New Puppy Supplies


1.        Pet food (We Recommend Purina Puppy Chow or Purina One)
2.        NuVet Plus (Daily Supplement 1-800-474-7044 order code 83113)
3.        Food and water bowls
4.        A collar and leash
5.        A travel crate and a home (such as an oversized travel crate)
6.        Stain remover for "accidents"
7.        Brush and comb
8.        Puppy shampoo, toothbrush and paste
9.        Chew and play toys (Cow Hooves, pig ears, etc.)
10.      Nail clippers
11.      Treats (puppy biscuits, etc.)
12.      Pet Crate (This will help with Potty Training)




A new puppy is like an infant. They require a lot of quiet rest time, in addition to exercise and playtime. Make sure he gets at least 30
minutes of exercise and playtime each day.

Your puppy will do a lot of chewing while cutting teeth, so be sure to give him a good supply of chew toys, and praise him for chewing
on them. If he chews on something he isn't supposed to, tell him "no" and give him his chew toys.

Make your home safe for the puppy. Treat your puppy the same as you would an infant. Supervise him at all times. A young puppy
will need to urinate after eating, drinking, sleeping or playing. If he has accidents don’t punish him, but do praise him every time he
goes to the bathroom in the proper place.

We feed Purina Puppy Chow (Puppy) for our puppies; we recommend you keep them on the food we feed. If you choose to change
the dog food mix the food of your choice with ours and slowly wean them off our food. This change should be made gradually over a
10-14 day period. This will help the puppy/adults body adjust to the new food.  

NuVet Plus has been proven to help increase your pet's longevity and quality of life, along with providing an antioxidant that gives a
boost to the immune system and creates a natural defense against over fifty major diseases. NuVet is the best on the market.
You can order the NuVet Plus at 1-800-474-7044 (order code 83113)

Feed your puppy the same well-balanced diet. Immediately after feeding him, take him to the area you have selected as a toilet area.
Use the same command every time. Once again, praise him when he goes in the toilet area.

Love and respect your puppy. Keep him clean and well groomed. Have your puppy spayed or neutered if you don't plan to breed
him. Provide regular veterinary care. (At least one visit per year) Have your puppy micro chipped or tattooed for the best kind of
identification. Train him to obey and have good manners. Be sure to socialize your puppy with people and other dogs.
When you get him home its best to give him a little time to settle in. When your puppy first arrives, let him sniff around and
make himself familiar with his new surroundings.
Introducing the puppy into the household should be done with care. This is a
difficult and confusing time for your puppy and can be very stressful. Your home is a profusion of strange sights, sounds and smells
that he may find exciting but a little over whelming. He will be missing his mother, brothers, sisters and us, he will look to you
and your family to replace the company, comfort and security that he has left behind. Choose a name for him as soon as
possible. Be consistent and use it repeatedly as you talk to him. He will soon learn to respond. For the first few nights your
puppy will probably be restless and whimper and howl,  when he is left alone. This is normal, He will stop, as he becomes
accustomed to his new surroundings.
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