Foster Friday | New Puppy Supplies

Like a new baby, a new puppy comes with a shopping list. Instead of a crib, you need a crate and/or things such as a dog bed (or two), food and water bowls, and a collar and leash.

Things you need for a puppy include:

  • Dog bed: Get two, one to use and one as a fill-in when the first needs to get washed
  • Bowls: Stainless steel or ceramic, food, and water bowls
  • Toys: Choose items the puppy can’t swallow
  • Cleaning supplies: Disposable paper, disinfectant, and household gloves
  • Crate: To help with potty training
  • Treats: A vital part of training
  • Food: Puppy food right for your dog’s size and age
  • Collar and leash: Get the puppy used to these early
  • Brush and comb: Start grooming so the puppy accepts it

You need to understand how a puppy things and learns to truly be caring for a puppy. Seek out reputable sources to read up on raising a puppy, such as the Kennel Club, ASPCA, or local animal hospitals. The more you know, the happier your pup will be.

Excerpt taken from an article by Pippa Elliott.

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