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Our puppies go to their new homes with their vaccinations up to date, worming medication given as well as International Microchip administered and registered. We provide all new owners with Health records related to the puppy provided by a certified Veterinarian. We provide a copy of the Health guarantee as well as some information on the puppies microchip.
We provide a baby blanket with moms scent to help in making the puppy's transition easier. We include a puppy package which will have some treats, a collar, a sample of the puppy food as well as pee pads and other goodies.
All puppies leave with age appropriate vaccinations completed . The next set of vaccinations will need to be done four weeks past the date of the last vaccine noted on the health passport.
Summit Three Meat Puppy Recipe kibble.
If you cannot find this brand of food we also recommend Royal Canin puppy kibble.
Bringing your puppy home to his or her new family can be a very exciting time, it is also often a time of worry in that you do not know what to expect from your new little pup.
This is a very stressful time for your puppy as well as it is the first time they are experiencing life away from their mom and siblings. They are in a new environment with new people , strange smells and nothing is familiar to them. Due to the stress of adjusting to their new home puppies will often go off their food for a couple of days and may even experience stress related diarrhea, please know this is completely normal and generally only takes a few days to adjust back to normal.
Puppies also tire very easily and need lots of sleep for their healthy development and well being, so it’s important to give your puppy plenty of opportunities to rest. At first, they need as much as 16 to 18 hours of sleep every 24 hours.
There are a ton of products available for puppies. Here are our suggested "must haves " to be ready for your pups arrival.
As an adult, your dog must have enough room to stand up, turn around, lie down and stretch out in their crate. We recommend purchasing a medium sized crate for your puppy that your puppy can grow into.
Food and water bowls
Stainless steel bowls work well as they can’t be chewed, are easy to clean and do not rust, chip or break. Noise sensitive puppies may prefer plastic bowls.
Puppy food to support growth
Initially, this should be the same food your puppy's being fed with the breeder. We recommend Royal Canin puppy kibble and Summit puppy recipe. Puppies have very sensitive GI tracts therefor we do not recommend feeding any wet or canned food under the age of 12 weeks.
Buy toys, balls or treat-dispensing chew toys that are the right size for your puppy. Rubber dog toys are often more durable and recommended for an older puppy and into adulthood. We find the puppies are very fond of the toys that squeak or make crinkled noises.
Collar and leash
Choose a collar that will adjust as your puppy grows. Confirm that it’s snug enough not to slip over their head. As a younger pup learning to walk with a leash we find that a harness is a better option.
Buy non-hazardous cleaning materials that don't have a strong scent to avoid your puppy associating the smell with accidents.
Depending on your puppy's coat type and whether or not you prefer a shorter cut or doodle fluffiness, you will need a brush, comb or grooming mitt. You’ll also need nail clippers designed for dogs.
Choose a toothbrush, toothpaste and shampoo that is specially designed for dogs. Cleaning your puppies teeth from a young age is recommended. We recommend using "Chi" shampoo and conditioner (it smells great!)
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