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Puppy training pad (Washable- we prefer these!)(pee pads)(affiliate links)

A pen (Iris Pen) for training (affiliate links)

Pee Pad holder if desired (affiliate links)

Two dishes for food and water

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Chewing toys that are safe for puppies (affiliate links)

Pee pads (Disposable)

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Pet Beds (at least 2)

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Metal Crate if needed

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Cleaning products to clean up puppy accidents (affiliate links) 

Interactive toys for puppies (affiliate links)

Healthy Training Treats (affiliate links)

Dog food we recommend at Salem's Finest (affiliate links)

Soft and comfy blankets for puppies (affiliate links)

Puppy harnesses

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Puppy nail trimmers (good on adults too!) (affiliate links)

Dog brushes

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Tooth brushes and tooth paste (affiliate links)

Dog Shampoo

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Baby Gates

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Pooper scoopers

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Travel bowls for food and water (affiliate links)

Disposable bags for poop pick up (affiliate links)

Belly bands for boys or girls

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Car Seats

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Dog strollers

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Nutrical Gel A MUST!  

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  • Flea prevention when age appropriate (We recommend Nexgard, but it does need a Veterinarian prescription. You can find this off of 

  • Heart worm prevention when age appropriate (please do research on all brands) We recommend Interceptor Plus, also need a prescription from a Veterinarian. 

  • A collar for identification until old enough for a microchip (DO NOT WALK A DOG WITH A COLLAR. ALWAYS USE A HARNESS TO PREVENT TRACHEA DAMAGE. 

  • A sweater if bringing home your puppy in the winter months

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