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Tiff's tips

Food - Purina Pro Plan, Puppy Food (when arriving home), currently on Purina Pro Plan, All Life Stages.

Bowls -  Stainless steel bowls with non-slip bottoms are best for both water and food. 

Name Tag -  A personalized name tag with the pup's name on the front and the owner's name and contact number on the back is recommended to attach to the collar.

Leash, Collar & Harness -  Use a harness when walking the pup instead of attaching the leash to the collar.  This will prevent any pulling or tugging from hurting your pup's esophagus when pulling back, etc.

Poochie Bell -  This is recommended if you don't have a doggy door or don't want to get a doggy door.  The pups are trained to use the doggy door but a poochie bell by the door is also a good training tool to help your pet notify you when they need to go out.

Chew Toys -  Elk Antlers and Nyla Bones Puppy Teething Rings

Chuck It, Indoor Ball - They love this, and it is a great toy for energetic pups!

Dewormer -  All pups are dewormed at 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16 weeks, and at 3, 6 months of age.  Then again once a year after that.  This is recommended so that the puppy can be clear of any worms.  Safeguard 4 Canine is a great option.  The puppy will be all up-to-date from us with deworming however, it will need to be continued with you at the right ages once going home.

Crate -  Crate training is excellent to help with potty training and if you can't watch the puppy while you're occupied doing something.  We recommend a large crate (midwest brand).


All of these items can be purchased at any pet store or even Amazon now carries a lot of them.  Dog food can also be bought from Petco, Petsmart, or Chewy's.  Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.  I am happy to assist!

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