Some things to have ready for your new
1. Crate- Get a medium size crate, for dogs that get up to around 45
lbs. I suggest you get one for the car ( a plastic one), and another for the house ( a wire one).
2. Doggy beds- get the ones with
removable covers so that you can wash them.
3. Safe chew toys- Get small ones for small puppies and larger ones for larger
training treats- You can order these from my site along with your dog food. The shipping is about the same ,
no matter how much you order. Go to the ' Dog Food' page for more info.
5. Order your puppy food- You can do this right
here at your computer, from my ' Dog Food' page. We use Lifes Abundance and that is what your puppy is started on and used
to. It contains probiotics to help lesson the effects of stress on puppy during his transition. This means easier clean-up
and housetraining for you. It is also all natural and made fresh ( unlike the pet food at stores).
6. You might consider
a pet gate for your stairs or rooms that you don't want puppy to have free run of for a while.
The most important thing to have plenty of is patience
and love! New puppies are babies and aren't used to you and your house. They
only know their Mommy, litter mates, and us before you get them. Consider the training that we offer.
Puppy will come with a packet that will have the health record in it ( all age
-appropriate vaccinations and de-wormings will have been given, along with a collar, leash, toys, and a sample of NuVet
vitamins with the number for you to call to order yours.