Harness ~ small
Collar~ XS adjustable to S
Create & Containment Small for travel Med for Containment,baby gate maybe needed, portable fencing
Dog Bed ~ cozy
Food & water bowls
Toys ~ soft & hard
Food ~Victor Premium Puppy Food
Chicken Hot dogs cut in small slices.
Nu Vet Vitamins
Consider Pet insurance AKC Does have a policy
Conditioning spray~ Showsheen Dog Detangler - Order Amazon
Ear cleaning ~ Which Hazel ~ Walmart
Ear medication keep on hand Quadra Clear
Shampoo and conditioner
Slicker brush~ Universal Slicker Brush Regular - Order Amazon
Toothbrush and dog toothpaste
Store the above items in a plastic tote or container for easy access.
Your puppy will require some identification. While there are two options — identification (ID) tags and microchips — it’s a good idea to use them both.
An ID tag, With contact information. List only their name and phone number with no information about the dog. At the very least, list your name and the best way to contact you, whether it’s a cell phone, office phone, or home phone.
A microchip is a rice-sized device that contains a code that is stored in a database the chip is between your dog’s shoulder blades, and when your dog is found, a staff member at the shelter uses a handheld scanner to read the code in the microchip. The code is then entered into the database, which tells the shelter your name and phone number, so you and your dog can be reunited. Remember to take the time to register your contact information and keep it up to date.