Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be new parents to their human baby, Archie, but they have quite an experience as a dog mom and dad. How does the Duke and Duchess Sussex handle dogs a new baby in the house? Find out, forward.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's dogs
Before meeting and marrying Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was the proud furry mother of two rescued poets, a beagle named Guy and a Labrador shepherd named Bogart. But at her big move across the dam, Duchess Sussex must leave his beloved Bogart behind, because he was too old for the walk. But don't worry, Bogart is in good hands and lives with close friends in Canada, where Meghan Markle once lived.
Sussex duchess could not stay a dog girl long. Soon after marrying the prince, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took their first dog together. "The couple got the dog – thought to be a Labrador – in the early summer ," People reported. The dog's name is still unclear. Many believed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex named their fur child "Oz," but Meghan Markle all threw away people saying "get their name wrong."
How does Prince Harry and Meghan Markles handle dogs the royal child?
What does Meghan Markle's fur child think of his new human brother? It's not quite clear. However, Beagles and Labradors are said to be good with children and children.
"Beagles are incredibly curious and cute dogs," confirms Canna-Pet. "They can make great family dogs because they are good with children and very playful."
According to she knows Labradors are also excellent family families. They are easy to train, excellent guard dogs and loyal with a more soft personality. Did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle consider a labrador puppy for that purpose? It is possible.
When preparing for a baby's arrival, many dog owners choose to be proactive about their tactics. As a long time dog owner, Meghan Markle probably helped prepare his boys for Baby Archie's arrival. According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), the breed is not the only thing to consider when introducing a dog to a baby. "Dogs can be eager students, but they can also show jealousy because they are no longer the center of attention," AKC notes.
They continue to explain how to make subtle changes in the dog's routine can help with the introduction. With that in mind, Meghan Markle could have stopped paying so much attention to his dogs during the weeks before the arrival of the royal child to help them with any envy problems. In addition, she and Prince Harry may have changed their sleeping arrangement or walking schedule to better adapt to a child's potential schedule. Some also play baby sound recordings to help their dogs get used to the noise, which the Duke and Duchess Sussex may have tried.
When a new orphanage houses, AKC proposes to greet a dog on its own so that it does not jump on the child. They also recommend that the dog get used to the child's sounds for a few days before being introduced in the vicinity. In addition, they note the value of paying attention to your dog when it is around the child. "You don't want him to decide good things just happen when the child isn't around," they say.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's plan to introduce their dogs to Baby Archie are not known – yet in any case – but it is possible that they tried some of these tactics to help their fur children and children adapt to sharing parents.
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