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1. What do I need to bring with me when picking up my puppy?
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What is important when selecting nutritional items?
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Are there temperament differences between the breeds?
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How do I pick a veterinarian?
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How do I continue to house break my pup once we've come home?
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I'm having trouble leash training my pup. What are your suggestions?
 

What do I need to bring with me when picking up my puppy?

We recommend that you bring some sort of blanket that you will be putting in kennel or sleeping place for the puppy.  We use this blanket to rub on the puppy's mother to put her scent on it.  This will help the puppy be more comfortable in the new setting.  (Back to Top)

What is important when selecting nutritional items?

There are many factors when selecting your pets food and supplements.  You need to always monitor your pet for signs of bad digestion, which could indicate a tolerance problem with the food or supplement you've selected.  We recommend maintaining the food products we have started with the pup in order to eliminate this problem.  (Back to Top) (Click here to see our recommended line nutritional items)

Are there temperament differences between the breeds?

There are different opinions on this subject but we have found that our pups of all breeds have not shown differences.  We pride ourselves in socializing our pups before they are adopted into a new home and the continuance of this type of care is what neutralizes a pups behavior.  (Back to Top)

How do I pick a veterinarian?

Much like selecting your own physician, it is about comfort.  Are you comfortable with the way the vet handles your puppy, answers your questions, and assists you in taking good care of your pet?  Ask friends that have pets who they use, these make the best references.  (Back to Top)

How do I continue to house break my pup once we've come home?

We'll be happy to discuss our procedure of house breaking with you in the process of your adoption.  It is good to maintain consistency in order to get the best results.  (Back to Top)

I'm having trouble leash training my pup. What are your suggestions?

This takes time.  You will need to be patient and just continue walking your pup until he gets used to the tug.  Keeping the leash close and taught helps keep him at your side and under more control.  Slowly you will see him stop resisting and walking next to you even if the leash is slack.  (Back to Top)

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