Puppy Packs usually include items that the breeder feels are important to the puppy and its new owners. Because breeders like to send their puppies to their new homes with useful items, they also ensure a continued positive upbringing.
Most Puppy Packs include written instructions, detailing how to settle in the puppy. Information also mentions how to raise, feed, from and socialise the puppy. Furthermore, provide at least a few days of their regular food supplied. Finger toothbrushes are incredibly productive, because they help puppies being comfortable with their mouths handled and examined in future. Tick removers are a “must” in most parts of Australia. Also, include the puppy’s next worming tablet, plus puppy pads for lining bedding and cleaning up accidents.
Blankets that have a familiar scent of the dam and litter-mates are often provided, because they help puppies settle in. Therefore, advice buyers not to wash them properly (only spot cleaned) during the settling in period.