Congratulations on the purchase of your new
puppy! A puppy is an adventure and a job all
wrapped up in one bouncing, licking, loving
package. We highly recommend that you read
as much as you can about raising puppies,
and specifically about the breed you have
chosen. Informed owners always make better
Your new puppy has been raised with great
care and love. We do our best to raise
healthy, socialized puppies. We guarantee
your puppy to be  healthy at the time of

We cannot guarantee against, or be
responsible for any expenses incurred from,
Parasites in your puppy. Parasites are very
common in puppies and may include various
types of worms, Coccidia, or Giardia, or any
form of skin parasites.  We do take the time to
treat each and everyone of the puppies, with
Advantage, every 3 to 4 weeks apart to
prevent any kind of skin parasites, and also
make sure they are up to date on their
de-worming.   Although we do our very best
to prevent these Parasites, the puppy may
require additional treatments to deal with
these, because of the different life cycles of
these parasites, also some parasites are
brought on by stress.  We recommend that
you take a stool sample to your vet and have
it screened to determine whether additional
treatment is necessary. Your puppy has
received his/her 1st set of shots and has
been wormed for Roundworms.

We highly recommend that you take your new
puppy to the vet within 72 hours (3 days) of
purchasing him/her. The vet should perform a
full well-puppy exam to verify the health of the
puppy and screen the stool sample. A
shot/worming record will be given to you
when you take your puppy home. Be sure to
keep it updated with any new information that
should be added.

until he/she has received ALL of the
recommended immunizations. A puppy is not
fully protected against Parvo and/or other
diseases until he/she has received ALL of
his/her shots. Your vet will be able to inform
you when this process is completed. This is
for the protection of your new puppy.

Going to a new home is very stressful on a
puppy. You will want to watch the puppy’s
stool carefully the first few days that you
bring him home. A normal stool looks like a
little log, but puppies can have somewhat
loose stools that look very soft. If you see
blood in the stool or yellow gel colored stool, I
would advise taking a sample to your vet.
Your puppy should eat, drink, and go potty
several times each day, with lots of playing
and sleep in between. This is normal
behavior for your puppy. Any lethargic
behavior, loss of appetite, or failure to
eliminate should be warning signs and you
should take your puppy to the vet
immediately. This is just to help you be
informed if you see something that doesn’t
seem quite right.

We feed Purnia  Puppy food, Continue to feed
this food. If you choose to switch food
brands, please do it gradually, following this
transitional guideline:

Days 1 & 2-- 70% old food, 30% new food.
Days 3 & 4--50% old, 50% new. Days 5 & 6
30% old, 70% new. By Day 7, you can have
him on a completely new food. This should
help his digestive system not be
overwhelmed with a new food. A sudden
change in food can cause diarrhea in a puppy.

Please feel free to ask any questions you
might have about your new puppy.