Puppy Care for your New Puppy
So you picked out your new Bundle of Fur, congratulations! Now you must care for your New Toy Poodle Puppy!
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PLEASE FOLLOW PUPPY CARE BELOW
When Puppies leave for their new home they will be eating Purina Puppy Chow Dry Chicken complete Food and Canned Pedigree Chicken and Beef (canned food about 2 teaspoons on a separate plate morning and night) and Scrambled Eggs (no milk or butter).
I also recommend TOY puppies be given Gerber Chicken baby food mixed with waffle syrup 2-3 times daily for at least one week each feeding 2-3 teaspoons of the mix to help prevent Hypoglycemia! Hypoglycemia can be fatal,and is 100% preventable - toy puppies do not eat alot at one time, so must be fed several times a day!
It is important they continue to be fed this food and not abrubtly changed to a different food. You may gradually change to a new food a month after you receive your puppy by mixing in the food you want to transfer to.
Age of Puppies when released a minimum of 8 weeks to 12 weeks of age.
To Activate the Health Guarantee a Vet Exam is required 48 hours from pick up and must include a fecal (excluding Sundays or guarantee is Void)
Do Not Take your puppy all over meeting everyone the First day you receive your puppy, it will already be stressed from leaving his home.
Do Not put your puppy down on the ground in public areas where other dogs or wildlife roam until puppy has had all 3 Vaccinations.
Dry Food and Water should be available to your puppy at all times until they establish a routine with you.
Puppies will be started on Pee Pads, (but they will not be 100% trained) Remember they are babies and will have accidents!
Give your puppy balls, rubber chew bones (NEVER GIVE RAWHIDE) stuffed toys.
Crate Training is what I recommend and good articles can be found on Google.