Shopping list for your new PUG
Hartz Groomer's Best Oatmeal Shampoo (We love the Buttermilk Scent)
Artificial tears (not the redness reducer kind)
Saline Solution nosedrops (We use Little Noses)
Toothbrush and dog toothpaste
Ear cleaner (We use AloCetic®)
Brush (with soft bristles)
Pet nail clippers
Styptic powder (This product helps stop nail bleeding. A bleeding nail is not
common. Keeping these products on hand is merely precautionary.)
Diamond Naturals Chicken & Rice found at Menards
Food and water bowls
Collar or harness (an adjustable harness is 8-14"or Small)
* Crate (18” W x 24” x 21” H or Medium)
This is the size for a grown pug.
You may want one with a divider if you are going to crate train.
Dog or baby toys (watch out for buttons and things that can be pulled off)
Here are some other useful suggestions:
* This is the size for a grown pug.
You may want one with a divider if you are going to crate train
|My comfort package includes:
Harness: just the right size for your puppy
Leash: for safe walking
Puppy food: your puppy will be eating Diamond Naturals Chicken & Rice found at Menards
Toy: safe plush toy
Food and water dishes: These bowls are difficult to tip over and are just the right size for your pup.
Comfort pillow: This pillow has the puppy’s mother's hair sewn in. The pillow will smell like their
mother and make
the transition between their home here and their permanent home an easier process.
SURPRISES: Ok I will tell you one! Your puppy’s birth certificate with your newborn puppy paw
Our comfort package cost $75 and we deliver it with your new pup.
The pillow and/or birth certificate can be purchased separately at $15 apiece.
|This chart was taken from R.C.
Steele Pet Supplies
|OH NO! Rocco found the FOOD!