How soon should your Golden Retriever Puppy be exposed to the public

How soon may my new puppy be socialized in public with other dogs and people?:
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It is generally recommended to wait until puppies have received all of their necessary vaccinations before taking them out in public - including pet stores! This is typically around 16 weeks of age. Until that time, it is important to keep your puppy away from areas where they may come into contact with other dogs or animals that may be carrying diseases. This can help protect your puppy from illness and ensure that they are as healthy as possible.

Once your puppy has received all of their vaccinations, it is generally safe to take them out in public and expose them to other people and animals. However, it is still important to be cautious and take precautions to prevent your puppy from coming into contact with sick animals. This may include avoiding areas where there are known outbreaks of contagious diseases, such as parks or dog parks, and washing your hands frequently when interacting with your puppy.

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