Since there are a lot of you getting your new puppies in the next few weeks, I thought I’d share a post with a few links in case you missed them on the website or I failed to point you in that direction. 🙂
First, we have two pages that give some ideas on items you might want to pick up before bringing your new baby home. And it talks about the puppy food the puppies are currently eating. (A few of you have asked about that).
Another thing that I may or may not have talked to you about is the NuVet supplement. This is a wonderful product; (all human grade ingredients) vitamins, minerals, immune system support, etc. that I would recommend each puppy take at least for the first year of life; if not for it’s whole life.
Here are a couple of positive reinforcement training books I recommend. You might want to get these ahead of time and start reading (if you haven’t already).
And speaking of training, her is a recent blog post regarding treats for training.
And lastly, I’ve put together a page of helpful things you might want to bring when picking up your puppy; whether driving or flying.
Oh, and one more thing! Don’t forget to set up a vet appointment for your puppy within the first 72 hours (as stated on our guarantee). Even though your puppy has been thoroughly examined by our vet before it is handed over to you, we want you to have the reassurance that your vet has checked it too. Your puppy will not need any vaccinations at the time so it’s a good chance to make it a fun visit. Take treats for the puppy and introduce him to the vet and staff, ask questions you may have and schedule the puppy next vaccination visit.
Hopefully, all these pages will be helpful in making that transition with your new puppy! 🙂