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A new puppy is BIG responsibility. They depend completely on it's new owner for everything.
This page is dedicated to help new Puppy parents. This should help you get ready for your new
baby's arrival. If you have any questions please feel free to email me or give me a call.
First and foremost TLC. They are socialized from day 1! We are very hands on
during the birthing of our little ones. Our babies are handled and loved each and
every day. When they are put in your arms, they are totally socialized and used to
hugs and kisses.
1.One of the following registration applications AKC, APRI, ACA, CKC
2. His/Her Pedigree or Application for their pedigree
3. Their record of current vaccinations & worming's.....Your puppy's first vet visit is as early as
2-3 days of age. They have a mini checkup Each baby is de-wormed several times before it
leaves for it's new home. We guarantee that, at the time they leave our care, our puppies are
free of fleas, ticks, & infectious diseases. Your new puppy may not have had all their required
vaccinations yet, and must never be exposed to other unvaccinated pets until your vaccinations
are finished at 16 weeks of age.
4. A health certificate from our veterinarian.....Our puppies get a comprehensive physical from
our veterinarian. Between 6-8 weeks of age, each puppy is seen by our veterinarian. Our
veterinarian checks for any sign of genetic defects. We guarantee that, at the time they leave
our care, our puppies are free of any obvious genetic defects, and that our vet found no genetic
defects during his examination.
5. A 5 year replacement Warranty for life-threatening genetic disorders against genetic HEART,
KIDNEY AND LIVER Failure
Verified by your veterinarian & confirmed by our veterinarian.
Our puppies are checked by our veterinarian before they leave for their new homes.
6. Mircochiped All puppies will be micro chipped for your security and theirs.
7. If your puppy is transported by air, you will receive a carrier, and water bottle, blanket, Toy
1. Food & Water Dishes Stainless steel dishes are more sanitary than ceramic dishes.
2. Harness & Leash NEVER use a collar to lead a toy dog. They can cause serious trachea
3. Safe, appropriate toys. As a general rule, if the toy can fit comfortably in a baby's mouth, it
is too small. I do not recommend Greenies. I have read of dogs dieing due to intestinal blockage
caused by Greenies. When using rawhide supervise your dog carefully to prevent choking.
4. Baby Play Pen or Wire dog Crate Your puppy is accustomed to staying in a baby play pen/play
yard. One side has their bedding & the other has their potty area. If you decide on buying a crate
select one big enough to accommodate a sleep area & a potty area. Don't feel bad about putting
your puppy in a crate or play pen. It is essential for their safety as well their training. Puppies need
structure, especially when entering a new environment. Your puppy needs their own area where
they can rest. Puppy shouldn't be played with more than 15 minutes per hour.
5. High Quality Puppy Food I like Wellness for my adult dogs. The information Here is what I feed
( Lamb, Menhaden Fish Meal, Oatmeal, Ground Barley, Ground Brown Rice, Rice Bran
(from brown rice), Rye Flour, Canola Oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols, a natural source of
vitamin E), Salmon Meal, Tomatoes (natural source of lycopene), Ground Millet, Natural Lamb
Flavor, Carrots, Apples, Spinach, Blueberries, Sweet Potatoes, Flaxseed, Potassium Chloride,
Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate. Old Mother Hubbard uses ethoxyquin-free meat
sources.) I also give it as treats. Puppies need to eat about ever 3 hours. Even if it is only a small
amount. Be sure to read our Hypoglycemia information on the warrantee page.
6. Grooming Supplies Brushes, combs, & doggie toenail chippers. Shampoo & conditioner...
7. Potty Training Aids I like the washable cloth pee pads. I get them off of ebay. Some people like
the throw away ones. You can get those at Wal-Mart.
8. Health Supplements Every person that owns a toy breed dog should have a tube of Nutri-Cal
on hand at all times. I recommend giving Nurti-Cal 2 to 3 times a day for the first week. During
high stress situations give your baby a drop the size of a peanut. Stressful situations could
include being around new people, long car rides, airplane flights, vet visits, being left alone while
you go to work, vaccinations, & ect. People with teacup babies need to also have Nutri-Drops on
hand also. This stuff is amazing!!! If your baby is acting a little dingy & you think it might be
having a Hypoglycemia episode give it a little squirt of Nutri-Drops & wait to see what happens.
They usually come out of it pretty quick, but watch them to be sure they do not need to go to the
vet. If they don't with 5 minutes get in the car & GO TO THE VET!!! Be sure to read our
Hypoglycemia Information on our warrantee page.
9. Distilled Water The chemicals in water differ from city to city. These chemical can cause your
little puppy's tummy to become upset. For this reason I recommend purchasing a gallon of distilled
water. When you have used half of the bottle fill it back up with your water. Repeat this again
when you have used half of the bottle. By the time your puppy finishes drinking the bottle of
water it will be adjusted to your water.
10. Heating Pad Place a heating pad on LOW under half of your baby's bed. Tinies have a
problem staying warm because of their low body fat.
11. Yogurt Yogurt helps soothe little stomachs after stressful situations like flying. Our vet
recommends a tablespoon full a day for a week or two. My babies seem to prefer vanilla flavored.
Remember NEVER give anything with artificial sweeteners.
12. Order your vitamins. You can only get then from NuVet The order line phone number is:
1-800-474-7044. Your order code is # 44856. The order line hours are 8am-6pm Pacific time.
1. Call the airport prior to your puppy's arrival date to get directions to where you will pick your
puppy up. Some airports you will pick up the main terminal & in other airports in the cargo facility..
2. Arrive at the airport at least 15 minutes early. The person name who's name the puppy is
registered under needs to have a picture ID to pick the puppy up. Also have your flight
conformation number with you.
3. When you receive your puppy take it out of its pet carrier. Give him or her a big hug.
Give him or her a thumb nail full of Nutri-Cal. Nutri-Cal is a calorie supplement that will keep their
blood sugar up as well as boosting their appetite. Nutri-Cal can be purchased at most vet offices
or pet stores. Be sure to read our Hypoglycemia information on the warrantee page.
4. Use your wet wipes to clean your puppy up & add newspaper or a pee pad to pet carrier, if
needed. Puppies are clean when they leave, but they are babies & accidents do happen.
5. Give your baby some pieces of the Natural Balance Roll & distilled water.
6. Call me to let me know how everything is going.
7. Go home & start a wonderful life with your new companion!
1. Wet Wipes
2. Newspaper or pee pads
3. Natural Balance Lamb Roll (Cut into pieces ahead of time.)
4. Distilled Water
5. Your Photo ID & flight number
6. Clean Soft Blanket or towel for the ride home
7. My phone number
-Pear pips, the kernels of plums, peaches and apricots, apple core pips
(contain cyanogenic glycosides resulting in cyanide poisoning)
-Potato peelings and green looking potatoes
-Coffee grounds, beans & tea (caffeine)
-Hops (used in home brewing)
-Tomato leaves & stems (green parts)
-Broccoli (in large amounts)
-Raisins and grapes
-Cigarettes, tobacco, cigars
This very useful information was gathered from a very informative website that I encourage
you to go to & learn more about common human foods that can be DEADLY to your dog.
Here is a link http://www.petalia.com.au
Asian Lily (Liliaceae)
Bird of Paradise
Ceriman (aka Cutleaf Philodendron)
Corn Plant (aka Cornstalk Plant)
Cornstalk Plant (aka Corn Plant)
Cutleaf Philodendron (aka Ceriman)
Deadly Nightshade (See Nightshade)
Emerald Feather (aka Emerald Fern)
Emerald Fern (aka Emerald Feather)
Fruit Salad Plant
Gold Dust Dracaena
Green Gold Nephthysis
Hahn's self branching English Ivy
Japanese Show Lily
Japanese Yew (aka Yew)
Lily of the Valley
Madagascar Dragon Tree
Mauna Loa Peace Lily (aka Peace Lily)
Orange Day Lily
Peace Lily (aka Maana Loa Peace Lily)
Red-Margined Dracaena (aka Straight-Margined Dracaena)
Ribbon Plant (Dracaena sanderiana)
Saddle Leaf Philodendron
Spotted Dumb Cane
Swiss Cheese Plant
Tropic Snow Dumbcane
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Yew (aka Japanese Yew)