Preparing for your new bundle of joy

Appalachian Goldendoodles

We thank you for adopting your new family member from us at AppalachianGoldendoodles
This is such an exciting day... bringing home your new puppy! 😊
We have listed a few items to prepare for your new little family member.
Goldendoodles (Complete Pet Owner's Manual) Is an Amazon book some of our puppy owners liked
Hill Science puppy large breed Is what we are feeding Our puppies
We like the Lamb better because it is easier to digest (Lamb being the main ingredient)
We will send home a ziploc bag full of puppy food, in case you want to transfer to your favorite puppy food.
Your puppy eats three times a day, about one cup per feeding. They will not eat all of the puppy food but we always like to offer extra, they will stop eating when they are full
When they get to be a year old you can feed them twice a day, usually at the times you eat as they are very social. (Morning and Evening)
KONG Classic Dog Toy We recommend this toy, you can stuff it with peanut butter and other treats
Pet's Choice Naturals Cow Hooves Dog Treats. They are a little smelly, but they love them (You might want to give it to them outside)
No raw hides please, they swallow them and they don't fully digest and may cause a blockage.
Pet 'n Shape Beef Lung Slices Dog Treats, 9-oz bag Our adult dogs will almost take off our fingers with these things!
Please clean their ears like you do your own with Q-tips if you can see in there you can clean it.
MalAcetic Otic Cleanser for Dogs & Cats I use only a small squirt of this into their ears after I pull the hair our, this helps loosen the ear wax. Take their ears and gently massage for a couple of seconds. You can take a small wash cloth using your finger to wipe it out then use the Q-tips to into the small areas of the ear
 Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp I use this to see in the ears better when I clean them
Four Paws Magic Coat Slicker Brush for Dogs This is what we use and recommend for brushing your dog
Zak George’s Dog Training Revolution This is one Dog Trainer that we like to watch on Youtube
Please wait until your puppy has had his rabies vaccine at four months, before you take him to any place public where other doggies have been. (They can pick up parasites from their paws)
Your puppy hasn't been in a crate. He will miss his mommy and litter mates. It is helpful the first few nights if you will put his crate next to your bed :-) they should sleep through the night. Most of our puppies potty train pretty quickly and if you put a little bell by the door they will learn to ring the bell to go out and go potty, Praise them and give them a small treat.
Petco Classic 1-Door Dog Crate We recommend a large crate with a divider in it, this helps with potty training. As they do not like to potty/poop where they eat.
 
We will send a small piece of puppy blanket home with his mommy and litter mates scent on it to comfort them
Your puppy will have an appointment with Our Veterinarian prior to coming home with their new families when they are six weeks old. They will receive their first vaccine at six weeks, They will be up to date on vaccines and de-wormed three times at 2, 4 and 6 weeks
They will need to visit your Vet when they are 9 weeks old for their next vaccine
Please wait until your puppy is four months old and received their last vaccine and rabies before you take him to any public parks where other dogs have been.
I would also wait to take for puppy walks in your neighborhood, they can pick up parasites from their paws
We will send their shot records and microchip for your Vet to keep on record.
They should be spayed/neutered between nine months to a year old (No earlier please)
We will also send a copy of our two-year health guarantee.
We are here for you......lifetime support.
Call or Text Us. 423-863-9740
Please share your photos of your family and new family member with us :-)
We would love to see and share on Facebook some pictures as your puppy grows (and with holiday/fun costumes too)
It has been our pleasure
Have a Happy Doodle Day!

John & Marcy

 

John & Marcy/ AppalachianGoldendoodles

John & Marcy