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New furry best friend? Martha makes her recommendations for the essential puppy supplies you need in welcoming, training, grooming, and playing with the newest member of your family.
A Comfortable Bed
Create a safe and comfortable space for your pet with a plush dog bed. Tip: consider a bed with removable and machine washable sleep surface, and wash once a month to help keep your dog clean and healthy.
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Soft and snuggly play items are a great cuddly companion for your dog. Playing with toys can provide exercise and aid with teething.
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Be sure your dog is well hydrated, but don't let him drink lots of water right after a long stretch of high-energy exercises. Wait at least 20 minutes after exercise before feeding your dog a meal.
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Harnesses are a great way to train your dog. They can be particularly important to health and safety of some smaller breeds with more delicate necks.
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Collar and Leash
Leash training your dog is an important step in ensuring safety. Consider a matching leash and collar set to keep your dog safe in style.
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Gate training sets boundaries in your home and gives your pet a comfortable, safe refuge. Three-Panel Freestanding Pet Gate is detailed with decorative wood construction with cushioned feet to help protect floors.
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Treats made with natural ingredients can be a healthy way to train your dog through positive reinforcements. Martha Stewart Pets Treat Shop comes in a variety of delicious flavors like peanut butter cookie, banana bread, oatmeal cookie, pumpkin pie, and cranberry muffin.
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Try natural condition-specific grooming formulas. Tip: brush your pet before bathing to eliminate matting and tangles.
From $10, petsmart.com
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Hoodies, fleece pullovers, and leg-warmers aren't simply all about style. Especially for hairless breeds, apparel can be a functional solution to inclement weather.
From $15, petsmart.com