(SPONSORED) What To Buy Before Getting A Puppy

Bringing a puppy home is a quite important decisions and an exciting time: your household gets a fluffy friend, and the puppy gets a big and loving family. In order for both parties to enjoy their new experience, you need to be prepared. Here is a checklist of things that are essential to buy before your new pet arrives home. You can find all of these items using the selection of pets accessories on Jiji to find all of the necessary products at the lowest possible prices.

Dog food

Puppies have very sensitive bodies that are still developing, which means that the wrong kind of food can result in problems with their bones, skin and fur, heart, intestines, and other systems. Many pet stores offer a wide selection of dog food designed specifically for puppies. This food contains the nutrients required for the dog to grow fit and healthy. If you’re planning to cook the food for your new dog yourself, it’s going to be much harder to get the right the vitamin and nutrient count. And don’t forget to buy at least two bowls: one for food, and one for fresh water.


Your puppy needs to have a designated area for sleeping, but many dog owners go one step further and buy a crate. A high quality metal crate solves two problems: it gives your puppy a place to spend time in and prevents him from straying. This is especially useful if you’re going to leave the puppy alone for a couple of hours – without a crate and any adult supervision a puppy can hurt himself or ruin your home.


Toys perform a number of important functions. First, they satisfy your puppy’s desire to chew on things. Second they give you and the puppy new opportunities for interaction and bonding. All dog toys can be divided into several categories: chewing toys, plush toys, fetching toys, and tugging toys. It would be great to get at least one toy from each category to give your doggie more options for having fun.

Leash and collar

The collar and leash are must-have items for every new dog owner, as they give you and the puppy the necessary amount of safety. The right collar should fit perfectly: if you’re able to stick two fingers between the collar and the puppy’s neck, then the fit is right. As for the leash, opt for a shorter one during the first few months, and then upgrade to a longer leash.

Dog treats

Although treats are not mandatory, they give you another chance for bonding with your puppy. Plus, treats and indispensable when it comes to training the dog, as nothing motivates your fluffy friend to study as much as a couple of delicious treats in your hand.

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