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Teacup Puppies and Dogs
Supplies, Pre-Puppy Prep &
the First Week Home

Teacup Puppy Products and Supplies

You'll both feel more relaxed if you're prepared and have the supplies that you need before you bring your new puppy home. Teacup Puppy Dog Products and Supplies shows you the ones that I have hand picked.

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Bringing your Teacup Puppy or Dog to your Home

When you bring your teacup home, you are very excited about the new addition to your family, but he is likely to be stressed. Think about why – you have taken him away from his mother and siblings and also his breeder, and they have been his entire world since he was born. Now he is in this new place with a new person where everything is different, and it's going to take some getting used to – both for him and for you!

You’ll want your teacup puppy to feel comfortable and at home when he gets to your house. Our primary sense is sight, but your dog's primary sense is smell, so you want to make his new home smell similar to his old one. Take two or three cloth towels and ask the breeder to rub the towels on her arms and hands. Then rub the towels on your puppy’s littermates and on his mother. If you are picking him up in the car or if he is being shipped to you, put one towel in his crate so he can take with him all the smells that are familiar to him. Expect that he will pee or poop on it -- that's why you have one or two spares! Put one of the spares in his bed when you put him to sleep at night.

Establish a Routine for your Teacup Puppy or Dog

When you get a teacup puppy, it is going to change your life and routine. Your puppy will settle into your home quicker if you have planned a routine so he knows what to expect from you and looks to you as a leader. The first few days (or weeks) will be kind of hectic, and you’ll both be adjusting, so it’s trial and error as to what works and what doesn’t for you. Be consistent and try to set a schedule of when he does what – eat, sleep, potty, play, etc. so he knows what to expect.

The First Week Home for your Teacup Puppy or Dog

He's learning every waking minute, and what you do immediately when he comes into your home makes has an effect on his future behavior. In Teacup Puppies and Dogs: Supplies, Pre-Puppy Prep & First Week Home, you learn the importance of the First Three Minutes, the First Three Hours, the First Three Days, the First Three Weeks when you bring him home as well as how to care for your teacup in everyday life. And you get a room-by-room guide of hazards and dangers you likely never anticipated.

Keep him on the same food that he's used to, and if possible, use the same water source. If that's not possible, then use bottled water.

Be sure to have Nutri-Cal or a similar product on hand for any hypoglycemic episode. Watch for any signs of fatigue or stress.

Take him to the vet for a checkup within three days after he comes home, but don't give him any vaccines yet because he's had a lot of changes in a very short period and needs time to adjust.

Those are the short-term concerns, and then you'll focus on the longer term matters. Find out more about your Teacup Puppy Dog's Feeding, Health, Care, and Safety.

Table of Contents
Supplies, Pre-Puppy Prep & First Week Home

Pre-Puppy Prep
6
What are the Supplies to Get?
6
Who are the People to Contact?
8
What to do regarding Puppy Proofing
9
Here’s a Guide for Dangers throughout the House
13
Here’s a Room-By-Room Guide of Hazards and Dangers
15
Here are Outside Dangers
21
Bringing your Puppy Home
25
The Car Ride Home
25
When You Get Home
25
Your Teacup’s First Week Home
29
Bedtime
29
Bell
30
Children
30
Cleanliness For Your Puppy
31
Cleanliness For The Xpen Or Playpen
32
Crates Or Carriers .
32
Dangers
33
Everyday Life
34
Exploring Your House
35
Food
35
Grooming
36
Health Issues
36
Other Pets
36
Other People
37
Petting
38
Play And Exercise
39
Potty Training
39
Puppy Area
40
Safety
41
Socialization
41
Supplements
42
Supplements
42
Treats
42
Toys
42
Training Your New Dog
43
Vet Visit
44
Water
45
When You Leave Him Alone
45
Yard
46
Socialization
47
What is Puppy Socialization?
47
Why do I need to do this now?
48
If he’s never going to leave my side, do I still have to do this?
48
But my veterinarian says not to take him out until after he’s had all his shots
49
How should I socialize?
50
What to do if your puppy bites you
52
Socialization Check List
53

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