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The most important things with toys is that they can't be small enough to fit entirely into the puppy's mouth (or be bitten or chewed into smaller pieces to accidentally swallow). Nylon chews, hard rubber balls, and animals made of durable material are usually best.
You will need a crate big enough for the dog to be able to turn around and have room to sprawl out (we like size large), we recommend getting a plastic one instead of a metal one, and a pad for sleeping. Sometimes they get hot in their kennel and we have gotten them cooling mats which have also worked great. We recommend having a warm plush bed around the house, but also a cot-like bed in the summer to keep them from overheating.
Elevated food and water bowls allows the dog to be more comfortable, helps improve posture, makes swallowing easier, keeps them from inhaling their food, and keeps the surrounding area more clean. We also like having two collapsible bowls for traveling/camping/etc
Usually size small or medium works best.
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We like to make our own dogs treats, you can find a super simple recipe by following this link! I like adding in flax seed, substituting the peanut butter with all natural almond butter, and substituting the white flour with coconut or almond flour.