JUMP TO: Food, Supplements, Immunization, Training, Grooming, Dealing w/ “Weepy” Eyes and Allergies, Exercise, Hip/Joint Support

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When you get your pup home they may be a little stressed so I suggest giving some Light Karo Syrup or Nutrical if the pup’s gums get white or grey. You should do that 3-4 times a day for the first few days. For daily feeding I am using  Fromm Gold Holistic puppy food . I also recommend  Dr Marty’s  freeze dried raw  food (must be crushed for puppies). Order at The dehydrated food has less preservatives in it and I believe  preservatives can cause health and skin issues.   If you want to do treats, feed cooked sweet potatoes, boiled chicken pieces, and raw carrots.


Please note that NUVET PLUS supplements are required as part of your pet’s Health Guarantee. There are other imitations out there so be sure to order from the below website. These have no preservatives in them! Whether you purchase a Maltese, a Yorkshire Terrier, or a Morkie, you will want to check out these all natural chemical-free products. We believe in all of these products!

I’ve seen some amazing things in my day, but this takes the prize. Nu Vet Vitamins are the best nutritional supplement I’ve ever seen. I saw it dissolve a cancerous tumor on my 12 year old dog and she lived to the ripe old age of 20. That made a believer out of me!

More than a million dogs and cats are using NuVet to protect against most ailments (from back yard pesticides, pet food allergies and hormones, toxic formaldehyde in furniture and carpeting, ailments transmitted from dog parks and the vet’s office, etc), while maintaining a beautiful skin and coat.

This is not a vitamin. It’s an immune system builder with a precise balance of vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, amino acids and high-potency antioxidants. That’s why it works so well through all three stages of a dog’s life.

For younger dogs (under 2 years old), it strengthens their immune system, while building and strengthening the cardiovascular, skeletal and nervous systems. For dogs in their prime (age 2-8), it improves the luster of their skin and coat while protecting against allergies, skin and coat problems, staining from tears, digestive problems, etc. For older dogs (over 8 years old), it helps reduce and eliminate arthritis, tumors, premature aging, cataracts, heart conditions, diabetes and many types of cancer, while extending the life and improving the vitality of most dogs.

NuVet Plus will keep your pet on the path to perfect health! It’s not available in stores, and is only available to the general public with an order code from an authorized pet professional. For your convenience, you may order directly from the manufacturer (at up to 40% off the retail price) by calling 800-474-7044 and using Order Code: 51524, or ordering online at Also, by using auto-ship you can save an additional 15%.

The pup will come with a small bag of dry puppy food, the AKC papers (for breeding dogs only), the shot and deworming record,  along with the Bill of Sale and written health guarantee. I have included a sample of the NuVet Plus vitamin powder that I have all of my dogs on (again, you must keep your dog on this vitamin in order for your Health Guarantee to be valid). I strongly recommend you use a no grain food also as corn and wheat have been genetically modified and have been linked to cancer. Be sure to check ingredients in treats also. I recommend raw carrots, peeled organic apple pieces, and pieces of boiled organic chicken breasts as treats. You can also give boiled sweet potatoes.  Your body is a living thing and you don’t want to put preservatives in it; only live food.


Remember that the pup needs to have all of its three puppy shots prior to taking them out in the public; so use some caution in taking them to public areas and exposing them to diseases until they have had all of their shots. Your own yard is safe but use some caution with the potty-training. The pup is used to going on newspaper so you might put some in a box for them to use on the way home.

Concerning vaccinations and flea control: I only recommend giving one shot at a time. I also don’t give any shots with “L” (Leptospirosis) in it until they are 1 yr old. It is too much on small dogs. I also don’t recommend giving any kind of flea and tick medication orally or topically. They can cause seizures and blindness in small dogs.  I recommend a plant based flea and tick spray or Flea Away wafers.  You can also apply Cedarwood Oil on their hair to repel fleas and ticks. It also repels them on your skin. I also don’t recommend heartworm on small dogs. The less toxic chemicals you put into their bodies the better off they are,


I use natural things to repel fleas and ticks on dogs like spraying Wondercide liquid on their coats (which is plant base). Giving small dogs chemicals can cause seizures and blindness.


I kennel train all of my pups. I sleep them in the kennel beside my bed on a chair (so they can see me). If I know that they don’t have to potty and they are just fussing, then I take a rolled up newspaper and swat the front of the kennel and tell them “Go to sleep!”. They need to know who is boss. Most people make the mistake and put the new pup in bed with them when they aren’t house trained.

In the morning if they cry, ask them “Do you have to go potty?” and take them out the same door. Always praise them when they do. Then bring them back inside to play or eat. I suggest getting an 8″ expandable cat collar with a bell on it so you know where the pup is at all times.

If you have to be gone during the day you will need a wire exercise pen (like this one on Amazon) so they will have some playing room but won’t be able to get into trouble while you are gone. Put their kennel in there and also food and water along with play toys. Put some newspaper down at one end of the floor. A smart dog will start to hold it because they don’t want to soil “their area.” If you give them the run of the house, they will go behind furniture and go. This starts a bad habit and you want them to have good habits. If by 3-1/2 to 4 mo. of age they are still having accidents, you should catch them in the act and swat them with a newspaper and tell them “NO!” Then send them to their room (their kennel) and make them stay there for a while. When they cry again, take them to the door and outside and repeat “Go potty!” A puppy is like a child, they respond to love and discipline. They also need to get used to their new owners and environment before you start dragging them around the country.


I am a professional dog groomer and I highly recommend the chemical-free products in the Miracle II Products. We bathe all our puppies in the all natural Miracle II Moisturizing Soap. It actually pulls toxins from the body and leaves the hair and skin in wonderful condition. I use the Gel for brushing their teeth and I put the Neutralizer in their water to keep bacteria from growing in their mouths. Click on the link above to check out Miracle II products. The soap is very concentrated and needs to be diluted. I also use a leave in conditioner called Cowboy Magic De Tangler for their coats.


Several things can cause eye drainage and skin allergies: 1) using laundry detergents that are not biodegradable; 2) using fabric softeners; 3) feeding dog food or treats with corn, wheat or preservatives in them;  4) burning scented candles or plug-ins. I use 7th Generation or other biodegradable laundry soap in my washer and the sponge balls in my dryer to eliminate static from the clothes. The pup comes in contact with your clothes and gets allergies. Also burning Scentsy  candles can cause weepy eyes, Try to eliminate chemicals when you clean your floors and rugs also. The other thing that helps is feeding the NuVet vitamin I recommended and no corn or wheat in food or treats! I also recommend Liquid MSM Drops.

To the long life and health of your puppy!

Nicola Wall
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