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|02-08-2008, 07:43 AM||#1|
Senior Yorkie Talker
Join Date: Feb 2008
Hi all i'm new here!
I will be putting down a deposit for my first yorkie today and wanted to know what should i have at home before he comes next month? I decided to get the biggest male out of the litter bc i have 2 14lb cats lol (not fat just huge bengals and active) so i dont want the cats thinking the new puppy is dinner
Im so excited i cant wait, so what do i need to have on hand for lil man when he gets home?
|02-08-2008, 07:50 AM||#2|
I Love My Yorkies
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Congrats! Good things to have are: peepadds,food,food and water dishes, a bed, a crate or an xpen, a brush, shampoo and conditioner, a toothbrush and toothpaste, some toys and a baby blanket.
|02-08-2008, 07:57 AM||#4|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: STOKE ON TRENT
Hi new Yorkie mom
Firstly congratulations on getting your new yorkie.
I recently had my Holly Boo off my Darling Husband for Christmas.
We already have a 6 year old yorkie too.
I found that i didnt want to let her go and wanted to cuddle her so much to make her feel so welcome (im always cuddling my gals) we got a small soft bed and 2 stainless steel bowls for her food and water, we were given dried eukanuba for her to eat, but i must admit at 11 weeks old i changed her to wet puppy food.
GET him insured asap!!! i put this on my "TO DO LIST" and thinking "well nothing will go wrong" it did!!!! She fractured her paw at 12 weeks old and we had a vets bill of £800 pounds ($1600) some soft play toys as it gives them something to chew!!! (saves your toes!!)
And just your time really, they are so lovable and love being cuddled.
If i think of anything else i will add.
I know the people on here will reply too as they are excellent with their advise, but just wanted to share mine.
Oh p.s Puppy Pee Pads too.
I LOVE MY FURBABIES PRINCESS & HOLLY BOO
IM A NEWLYWEDMember of The Pink Club