Helpful with potty training

Fun for your pup, helps with teething, & chewing helps keep the teeth clean.

Fun for your pup, helps with teething, & chewing helps keep the teeth clean.

Helps keep your pups attention at times when you need it, like when grooming, etc., or during stressful times for your pup.

This can help your pup with transitioning away from sleeping with his littermates. 

Be sure to select the size crate you need.

This harness gives you more control if your pup likes to pull hard on a leash. 

Great chew toy option for pups.

This is the best brush for the Doodle coats. You will also need a metal comb.

This bowl is great for Doodles that get their beards soaked while drinking, or if you have a pup that likes to play in the water bowl. 

Helpful to block off a room. With the tall height of this one, and because the bars are vertical your pup should not be able to climb it. However if you have a small sized pup, they may be able to squeeze through the bars.

A cot is a great training tool to use when training your pup to stay in place. 

Great to have on hand for anytime your pup has diarrhea, which is bound to happen a few times with any pup or dog. 

Any groomer will agree that you MUST have a metal comb for the Doodle coat. After using a slicker brush on the top coat, you need to comb through your Doodle’s coat to prevent matting. 

Helpful tool to remove a tangle/mat from your dogs coat. This is a sharp tool, so use with caution.

ADULT DOGS

Recommended food for ADULT dogs. If this food is new to your dog, be sure to transiton slowly by mixing the current food with the new food.

Great probiotic to help digestive system.

Great toy option for your ADULT dog, (see puppy Kong for pups) when your dog is in the crate. You can fill it with a treat filling like peanut butter, etc.

As with all treats if your pup has a reaction such as itching, rash, diarrhea, or recurring ear infections it could possible be that he’s allergic or sensentive to that type treat or food.

My favorite shampoo for puppies. 

Great toy option when your pup is in the crate. You can fill it with a treat filling like peanut butter, etc.

As with all treats if your pup has a reaction such as itching, rash, diarrhea, or recurring ear infections it could possible be that he’s allergic or sensentive to that type treat or food.

Recommended ear solution for dogs with yeast, in their ears. If your dog has yeast the symptoms would be black buildup in the ear, possible redness, yeast-like yucky smell, itching. When in doubt see your vet. 

Great chew to give your pup while crate training, teething, or to get their attention away from puppy nipping. Asult dogs love these also. When it gets small throw away to be sure your pup doesn’t choke on it. There are bully stick holders you can buy.

As with all treats if your pup has a reaction such as itching, rash, diarrhea, or recurring ear infections it could possible be that he’s allergic or sensentive to that type treat or food.

This can be used to block off a room, or connect together to make a playpen/play yard to keep your pup safe when you can’t be around to watch your pup. I suggest buying 2 to make the area bigger if needed. This vertical bars make it harder for a pup to climb. However if you have a small sized pup, they might be able to squeeze through the bars.

PUPPY FOOD

This is the food your pup has been eating, and it is the recommended food by me, and many vets. This “sensitive skin & stomach” formula is best for many Doodles.

If you do decide to give your pup a different food, you will need to transition very slowly by adding the new food in with the food his belly is used to.