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How To Buy A Puppy

 You can reserve a puppy on our website for $300.00, which is nonrefundable should you change your mind at a later date. When I deliver your puppy the balance is due in cash.

Call or E-mail with your puppy’s new name, we will start calling him by that name. Check the web site weekly and watch your puppy grow. 

Please make sure your landlord will let you keep a pet.  I will not take the puppy back because of your personal or health problems. Buying a puppy is an important decision! 

When you bring your new puppy home from, there tends to be a lot of excitement, but it is very important to remember that your home may not be 100% ready for this new addition. Your new puppy will be quite small in size but will still be able to get himself into trouble. Puppies are like babies and love to play with everything. This means that things low to the ground will need to be considered. Puppies tend to want to put everything into their mouths. Things like electrical wires and cords will need to be secured.

Another concern for your new puppy can be cleaners and poisons. Many people have cleaners and bug and rodent killers on low level shelves in their homes. Just like you would for your new toddler who is crawling around, you would want to make sure these items are placed on a higher shelf. This is important because virtually all of these are considered to be poisonous to a

Household plants can be very harmful to your puppy. Some plants are very poisonous to animals. Plants such as Aloe Vera, Eucalyptus, and Baby's Breath are very toxic, just to name a few. It is always best to check with your local veterinarian before you bring your puppy home. The vet can tell you which plants you may need to get rid of.

It is best to remove all objects from the floor and lower areas of your home. It is recommended that you get down to your puppy’s level and see what they see. This can help you spot any problem areas and issue that you might have otherwise over looked.

The toilet is another issue for a puppy
. You must always remember to keep the toilet seat lid down. Certain cleaners in the water and in your toilet bowl can be very toxic to animals. Also your puppy could fall in head first and may not be able to get a grip to get out. It is always recommended to keep the seat down.

If you have a balcony or porch, you must not leave your puppy unattended. Sometimes puppies tend to get to sneak through the bars or find a little opening. They can slip right through before you even have time to notice they are gone. Also if your balcony is on a higher level this is very important to remember because your puppy could slip through the bars and fall, this could cause serious injuries or even death.

Your new puppy will act like a toddler exploring their environment and surroundings. A good rule of thumb to keep in mind is that your puppy is like a small child, anything that could be harmful for a child will probably be harmful to your new puppy.

You will also have to not only puppy proof your home but also pick up a few important items. Here are a few things that you will need to have before your new puppy arrives home; a bed or; a wire or plastic dog crate, bedding for the crate that is machine washable as well and thick for your puppy\\\'s comfort, also you will need to pick up stainless steal or plastic dishes one for water, one for dry food and a third for a mixture of food and your choice of (cottage cheese, yogurt or canned puppy food), a puppy collar with leash, ID tag with your information in case your puppy ever wanders off, a few high quality chew toys, grooming supplies such as a comb or brush, premium dry puppy food, a baby gate or exercise pen for blocking areas that you do not wish for the puppy to go into, and information on ways to train your new puppy.

After a week or two you will know what to expect and your puppy will begin to become more acclimated to your home and the new environment. You and your new puppy will have a wonderful time learning together!

We are always available by phone or E-mail should you have any questions.

Jane E. John
902 W John Lane
Safford, Arizona 85546
Cell: (928) 965-4396



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