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Tip - ALTERNATIVE for SPAYED & NEUTERED to decrease major fatal disease. https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/07/27/neutering-spaying-effects.aspx

OUT Dog Pad Holder

OUT Dog Pad Holder

OUT! Dog Pad Holder | Portable Tray for Pet Training and Puppy Pads | Protection Against Pad Leakage, Bunching, and Shredding | Fits Pads 21 x 21 Inches or Larger

AmazonBasics Pet Training and Puppy Pads

AmazonBasics Pet Training and Puppy Pads

AmazonBasics Pet Training and Puppy Pads, Regular and Heavy Duty

Pad Holder

Pad Holder

Training Pet Pad Holder Watch available sizes

Washable Whelping & Puppy Pad 21inch

Washable Whelping & Puppy Pad 21inch

Washable Pad Watch available sizes

Sterilization Water Bottle Generator

Sterilization Water Bottle Generator

Hypochlorous acid is nature’s oldest disinfectant. As effective as bleach, but with no harmful chemicals, fumes or residues. Using electrolyzed water to decompose water and salt into ions with disinfection effect. We can use household salt and water to electrolyze water and salt to generate sodium hypochlorite through our disinfectant machine.

Wipies

Wipies

Amazon Elements Baby Wipes, Sensitive, 480 Count, Flip-Top Packs

Go Here Attractant

Go Here Attractant

Go Here Attractant

Angry Orange

Angry Orange

Breeder's #1 Fav. Angry Orange Pet Odor Eliminator for Dog and Cat Urine, Makes 1 Gallon of Solution for Carpet, Furniture and Floor Stains

Woolite Advanced Pet Stain & Odor Remove

Woolite Advanced Pet Stain & Odor Remove

Pet Stain & Odor Remover

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Slicker Brush2_edited

Small Dog Slicker Brush with Coated Pins

Double Side small Comb for Face_edited

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Double Side Tiny Comb for face

Mane-n-Tail Shampoo

Mane-n-Tail Shampoo

Mane 'n Tail Original Shampoo

Mane-n-Tail Conditioner

Mane-n-Tail Conditioner

Mane 'n Tail Moisturizer Texturizer Conditioner for Thicker healthier Looking Hair & Coats 12 oz

Mane n Tail Straight Arrow Detangler Spr

Mane n Tail Straight Arrow Detangler Spr

Mane 'n Tail Straight Arrow Detangler Spray

Anti Static Dog Grooming Combo Comb

Anti Static Dog Grooming Combo Comb

Anti Static Dog Grooming Combo Comb

De-matting Comb

De-matting Comb

Matted or Knotted Removal

Pet grinder

Pet grinder

Pet Nail Grinder

Nail Clippers Professional

Nail Clippers Professional

Nail Clippers Professional

Water bottle dogs

Water bottle dogs

Water Bottle For Dogs, 32 oz

Stainless Steel Food Bowl/Pet Bowl

Stainless Steel Food Bowl/Pet Bowl

Stainless Steel Food Bowl/Pet Bowl

Virbac tooth paste

Virbac tooth paste

Virbac CET Poultry Toothpaste

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C.E.T. Pet Toothbrush_edited

Tiny Toothbrush

CRATE 36x24x26

CRATE 36x24x26

Crate Option 2: this is the one I use for my dogs if I’m going to be gone for a while (See article). PUPPY TRAINING CRATE 36x24x26

Small regular crate 24x17x20

Small regular crate 24x17x20

Crate Option 1: Small regular crate 24x17x20

Playpen

Playpen

Pet Playpen with Door

Martingale Collar Sample

Martingale Collar Sample

Martingale Collar Sample

https://meadowlandsvethospital.com/crate-training-your-new-puppy/

 

Thieves Household Cleaner

Transitioning to Non-toxin cleaner

Mix 1 capful of Thieves Household Cleaner with 4-5 cups of water (add 2-3 drops of Lemon essential oil for a fresh lemon scent and/or 1 tsp of white vinegar for streak-free clean). Clean windows, sills and mirrors to remove dirt, sticky residue and grime.

Young Living 100% Therapeutic Essential Oils

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Why I choose to only use Young Living 100% Therapeutic Essential Oils

 

 

CRATE TRAINING

How to crate train your dog or puppy

Dogs learn to love their crate as their very own special place/den. It becomes a familiar and secure place, whether in the car, at a motel or a dog show, visiting, or just at home.

 

Never close a crate door on a dog that is not currently relaxed. Never push a dog into the crate; get your dog to walk in on its own. Otherwise, you will create issues where the dog feels confined and trapped, seeing the crate as negative. Spend a lot of time calmly trying to associate the crate with a good thing. Just how you do that will depend on the dog and what works. Perhaps let the dog eat in the crate or give it a bone or toy to play with inside the crate with the door open. Spend time with the door open making the crate into something positive. Never close the door until the dog is relaxed and comfortable. This is a general crate rule that applies to both puppies and adult dogs, not just when in training, but every single time you put a dog in a crate. Crates should never be used as punishment. Time-out's do not work on dogs.

 

Crates should be large enough for the adult dog to stand, sit and stretch out. (Ideally for a puppy, you start with a smaller crate, or block off one end, so he can't use one end for sleeping and the other for eliminating.) A key principle is to teach you don't mess where you sleep and eat.

 

Dogs that have been kept in one big pen are harder to housetrain, simply because they've been forced to soil their living/sleeping quarters. Place the crate in an area so he is with you, and part of family activities, even as an observer. Do not put him in the basement. Place the crate in the kitchen or family room—if possible move it around with you.

If possible, at night the crate should go in your bedroom. Not only does this provide comfort to the puppy, but your own sleeping patterns will encourage the pup to slumber on and form instinct. If there is any fussing, you're there to deal with it.

 

I will never take a pup out of a crate when he is fussing, as that only teaches if he fusses enough, then he can come out. It rewards bad behavior. I wait till he stops fussing for about five minutes, and then take him out without a big welcome. You can give him a special chew toy or treat just for when he is in the crate. Be sure to give lots of praise when he's inside, lengthening the periods you leave him in. Your crate routine should begin as soon as you bring your puppy home. Close the puppy in the crate at regular one-to-two-hour intervals, and whenever he must be left alone, for up to three or four hours.

 

Remember, putting your dog into a crate does not of itself housetrain a dog. Hopefully he has already been paper trained by the breeder, and knows not to soil his living quarters. To be successful, you want to prevent your puppy from making mistakes. Many people punish a dog like mad for messing in the house, and then virtually ignore the good behavior when they eliminate outside. So you get a dog that learns it is wrong to mess in the house when the owner is present. Never clean up a mess when the puppy is watching.

 

To prevent mistakes, don't let your pup have the run of the house. He needs 100% active supervision. If you must leave the room, even for a phone call, crate him or take him with you.

 

Resource: https://www.dogbreedinfo.com/cratetraining.htm

HOUSEBREAKING YOUR PUPPY OR DOG

Housebreaking Your New Puppy

Using Pee Pads and Potty Basics

Why Pee Pads Should be Avoided

Crate-Training

Why are toy breeds harder to housebreak?

Understanding your puppy or dog

Submissive Peeing

Misty Method

Wet Dog Bed Syndrome

Understanding Dog Behavior

Care-Training & More

 

https://www.dogbreedinfo.com/housebreakingmain.htm

UNDERSTANDING DOG BEHAVIOR ARTICLES

Free online lessons to learn how to speak dog. This link guide you through learning how to communicate with and better understand the language of the dog. Even if the topic of the page appears to not apply to your own situation, there is a lesson in it that will open your eyes to a world you never knew existed. The world of the dog.

https://www.dogbreedinfo.com/articles/linksbehavior.htm

BOOKS

AKC Luv My Toy Poodles Photo Albums
https://luvmytoypoodles.wixsite.com/akc-toy-poodles
For this Beautiful Background Thanks to Art and photography 
by Karen Broemmelsick 
https://www.kbphotographyandart.com

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