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Old 02-07-2007, 11:47 PM
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Default Preparing for New Puppies: What Have I Forgotten?

Depending on what happens, I may have two 8 week old male littermates by Sunday evening.

For the home-coming I'm getting food, food and water bowls, two puppy kongs, two crates, two packages of pads for lining the crates, a few packages of treats, 2 small Tupperware containers for brining poop to the vet, 2 play balls, and a vet appointment for Monday afternoon (I know, I'm evil).

Any suggestions on good collars for puppies?

Any suggestions for good leads for puppies?

Any good suggestions for accident cleaner?

I know I've forgotten something, please tell me what it is!

I've heard opinions, pro and con, on crate sharing and have decided to gradually introduce them to double crates. I think the change of space will be stressful enough for the first few days and I want to introduce them to individual crates in a happy, rewarding way.

Certainly some of you will wonder what possessed me to take two at once. Explanation will be forthcoming depending on what happens Sunday.
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