email to request PHOTOS of puppy's parents (shih tzu & bichon)
- to avoid health issues we no longer show parents
CURRENTLY WITH COVID
1 PERSON PER Puppy PICKUP APPOINTMENT
the rest of the family may wait in the car
If you will be 15 minutes or more late
TEXT or EMAIL or CALL & leave a voicemail.
6721 320th Street West, Northfield, Minnesota 55057, United States
I want to do all I can to ensure a healthy teddy bear puppy
is sold to you.
Once the shichon puppy is 7 weeks,
the puppy can be shown by appointment.
if available for sale
they steal the puppy’s nutrition.
for more than a year.
people can get it too.
Two of the worst diseases they can get.
A simple cold can be tough on a young Shichon pup.
That is WHY I wait to show my Zuchon puppies
The puppy's immune system
needs time to develop.
Vaccinations aids in protecting them
against the odds
if given at the right times
and in the right amounts.
Think of it this way,
I can ride a bike 1000 times
without needing my helmet...
I only need it when there is an accident.
You can meet me and available non-shed puppies
by scheduling an appointment.
We wish to keep our insurance costs low
PLUS other overhead costs to a minimum
which keeps our teddy bear puppy's prices lower.
When does a PUPPY
open its eyes, ears and more
EYES - opens usually 5 - 14 days of age
PANT - about 6 days old...helps to regulate their body temperature
EARS - will be able to hear at about 14 days
BODY TEMPERATURE - can regulate between 16 - 20 days of age
WATER & DRY FOOD - get to try (play with) at 4 - 5 weeks of age
DEHYDRATION - can regulate at 56 days of age
TEETH - baby teeth will start to be replaced by adult teeth between 13 weeks to 8 months
BLOOD SUGAR - regulate at 4 months of age that's Why it is important to feed more than once a day
we use FULL FEEDING
(food is always available)
Professional Tips for Companion Dogs by Ardy Livermore
Dog Training Tips, Health Advice & Natural Remedies
Training & care for the family hypoallerginic pooch
Avoid & Resolve common dog behavior problems.
Information alone does not bring the desired results.
Information learned & applied will result in the wanted behavior from the dog.
If you are undecided about purchasing a puppy,
why not purchase the eBook
and learn the process of how easy it can be.
There are many health tips you can use for pet
and yourself. It is not just a dog book,
it is learning a healthy way of life!
what is in the eBook
table of contents
ABOUT THE AUTHOR/BREEDER
Quick Start Reference Guide
FIRST FEW DAYS WITH YOUR NEW PUPPY
outsmart your puppy
SERVICE BELL (call bell)
TRAINING WHERE TO GO
KENNELING: Traditional vs. Grate/Crate
How to Use the Grate/Crate Method Properly
Short TRAINING Sessions
Simple Training Tips your Dog Understands
Types of Containment
1 - 2 - 3 Method
Allowed on furniture or not
CALM DOWN TECHNIQUE
No Chase Training
Teaching the puppy to come every time
Teaching to heel – walking your dog (alpha walk)
HOUSE PROOF YOUR PUPPY
SOCK - set up situations to correct
NO DOG ZONES
Tips for Training
Puppy Proofing the play area
Scratching at the door
WALK THROUGH – teach your pet to watch out for feet.
How to Use a Pinch/Obedience Collar
REINFORCING NO BARKING/CRYING
How to Limit Barking
What is Full Feeding & Timed Feeding?
How to Choose Dog Food & Treats
Making Your Own Dog Food
Making Your Own Dog Treats
Treats to Repel Pests
if not wanting to eat
The Basics to Most Health Issues
Is Your Dog Eating Feces?
Diarrhea – bacteria, VIRUS, or parasite
Hot Spots and Skin Rashes
How to remove dog ear hair
Doggie Breath – Bad Breath or Halitosis
Once a week Pet Scan (dog exam)
What Creatures to Watch For
pest control / Repellents
Health Advantages to owning a dog and health tips
The Miracle of Bread
Keep Your Home Free of Rodents & Other Pests
Why I do not show my puppies before 6 weeks of age
Vet Care-What to consider when choosing a vet.
VISITING THE VET
VET estimated COSTS
Why Microchip your Pet
Which Vaccinations does your Pooch Need
Trial showing Over Vaccinating for Small Dogs
Should you wait for your dog’s First Heat?
Have one litter or have it fixed?
How to keep your pet calm after surgery
sleeping with puppy
Allergies to Dogs and more
Understanding Mother Nature-What animals eat & why.
Limit the use of Drugs & Chemicals
ESSENTIAL OILS FOR YOUR DOG
CAR SAFETY - How to create your own seat belt for your pooch
PREVENT CAR SICKNESS
Dog Parks and Public Places
How to Teach your Pooch to Swim
Why Use Different Training Styles?
HOW TO NAME YOUR PUPPY
Exercise your pet
How to Avoid Heat Stroke, Heat Exhaustion & Frostbite
How to email photos of your puppy
The eBook is PDF
sent by email
works on Kindle, IPad & Nook (Wireless reading devices)
$10 sent by email
$20 printed & picked up
$26 printed & mailed
use paypal buttons
on supply store webpage
15 - 5 rule NO UNSUPERVISED FREEDOM
The 15 -5 rule is a puppy training method that helps the puppy learn faster of where to go potty, where the food & water is and where the no dog zones are. NO UNSUPERVISED freedom till your puppy has PROVEN it knows the rules.
Many people think a wagging tail always means your dog is happy...
But your dog’s tail can actually have a lot of different things to say!
And if you learn to speak “tail,”
you’ll get a whole new window into your dog’s life and how they’re feeling.
So today I’m going to boost your wag vocabulary by looking at the two most important ingredients of a wagging tail:
Height, and speed.
Generally speaking, the faster and higher a dog’s tail goes,
the more heightened their emotions are.
So if you spot your dog’s tail pointing straight up like a flagpole —
that’s often a warning your dog is feeling agitated by something in their environment.
Whether it’s another dog, a running squirrel, or even a person that’s setting your dog on edge…
If possible, try and move them into a more relaxed situation.
(A stiff tail is also definitely something to watch for when it comes to dogs you don’t know, because it can be a warning about aggressive behavior.)
On the other end of the spectrum, a tail that’s wagging slowly and close to the ground is often the sign your dog is feeling submissive or nervous.
So if you see this “street sweeping” wag, try to give your dog a little extra encouragement.
A little praise or a simple reassuring pat could help lift their tail — and their spirits!
Which brings us to the perfect Goldilocks wag!
Not too high or low, not too fast or slow,
just a happy little dance that says your dog is loving life.
So if you see that wag — rest assured that your dog is most likely in a great mood.
And if you want to take your tail-reading skills to the next level,
There’s one more secret signal to keep an eye out for...
Believe it or not, studies show that dogs wag their tail more to the RIGHT
when they’re happy or confident, and more to the LEFT when they’re feeling scared.
So congratulations — now you’re an expert in decoding your dog’s tail!
And one of the greatest skills a pet parent can have is understanding your dog’s feelings.
Because it makes you better at your most important job:
keeping your dog happy and healthy!
To happy and healthy dog years ahead,
Dr. Gary Richter
P.S. They may not be able to speak English, but when it comes to getting what they want…
Most dogs are expert communicators.
What other ways does your dog
“speak” to you?
Do they paw at your leg to ask for some extra love?
Or give you “that look” when they’re hoping for a treat?
Maybe you’ve trained them to ring a bell when they want to go outside...
Here is a simple 8-step dog check done once a week that ensures a healthier and happier pet. It will help keep your vet expenses to a minimum.
Using your sense of smell, vision and touch will help you detect problems early in order to correct any issues naturally.
1. EYES: Look at the lower eyelids – notice the color and if there is swelling of the tissue. If both eyes are inflamed that could indicate allergies. If only one eye is different, it could mean a foreign object is in the eye.
2. MOUTH: Lift the upper lip. Are the gums red or inflamed? Do you see tartar built up on the teeth? If you notice sweet smells, it could indicate diabetes. An ammonia smell could indicate a kidney problem.
3. TEETH AND GUMS: Make a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, put a gauze pad on your finger, dip the pad into the paste and brush your dog’s teeth. I add Thieves or Onguard essential oil into the solution or you can mix a solution of 2 drops essential oil to 1 oz. water and spray on your dog’s upper teeth.
4. EARS: Ears should be clean without any smells. Use olive oil, mineral oil, apple cider vinegar, or Purification or Purityessential oil on a cotton pad or a Q-tip to clean out the ears. If you see yellow discharge (puss), take your pet to the vet.
5. LYMPH NODES: Feel behind the jaw just below the ears for pea sized lymph nodes. You are checking to see if they have become abnormal in size. If one side is larger than the other, it could mean a tooth infection. If both sides are inflamed, it can mean a viral infection or indicate other problems.
6. PAWS: Are the nails too long or splitting? Learn to trim the nails or have a groomer do it. Use Super Glue then sprinkle with baking soda to dry quicker makes a great bandage.
7. NERVE ENDINGS: Gently feel down the spine of your dog. You are feeling for a small depression just to the outside of each dip on both sides of the vertebrate all the way down the entire spine. These points can tell you if there is a problem since the nerve endings are attached there. If you get a reaction of displeasure during the spine massage, make an appointment to see your vet.
8. STOMACH: Gently massage the stomach and watch for a reaction of displeasure.
Feel for abnormal lumps and bumps during the whole checkup session.
Turn your pet checkup into a massage petting session. Your dog will look forward to it. Do the dog checkup once a week and you will be able to monitor if anything has changed. You can take preventive action before any permanent damage occurs.
If not wanting to Play, Eat, or Drink bring your puppy to a Vet.
Use the search bar to solve dog behavior issues.
Examples: barking, growling, jumping up.
The grate crate method of kenneling keeps your dog clean & allows you to hang toys to entertain & stay cleaner longer!
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