Thank you. I'll buy the book dogs for dummies. I hope that would help. I really need help!!!!!!!Specially night time. My husband friend, his mother have the whole family, and they all live in a huge farm.So his friend mention to his mom that we were looking for a dog to buy for my daughter, so she offer to give us one of the puppies. And last night it was her first night separated from the family. it was not so great! I hope today it would be better.
Ohh best of luck. Our new puppy finally sleeps through the night but he still tries to chews everything. Make sure you got alot of valuble stuff. And if you do have an Australian Shepard, I'd suggest if you want her to get along with animals you expose her to them as soon as you're able cause our dog Lilly is very wary of other dogs and is still not a big fan of our puppy. Oh you definantly should exercise her too for Australian Shephards are very energetic dogs lol. They're smart too. Lilly was has been our easiest dog to train up to date.
If it is an aussie congrats. they are my favorite dogs. Crate training is a must. They may cry at first, but they get used to it, and that becomes their favorite home. My go lay in theres when they want to be alone. Look into a puppy kindergarden, or basic obediance. It is great for socialization. Enjoy your new baby whatever it is.