2. Buy a crate for your dog or a litter box for your cat It is recommended to buy a crate that will fit the size of your dog as an adult. Many scoopable or clumping cat litters are not environmentally friendly because of toxins.
3. Buy a carrier (if the pet is small) Choosing a cat carrier is important.
4. Take your dog or cat to a veterinarian to have it examined for its health. It is best to examine your pet even if you bought them from a pet store.
5. Keep track of what shots are given to your dog or cat, when they were given, and by whom. We strongly do not recommend over-the-counter drugs to address lice or fleas as they are not effective enough to rid all of the parasites.
6. If your dog is a puppy and has not had ALL of their vaccines, do not take your puppy to public places including dog parks or walks around the block as this increases its exposure to germs.
7. Keep in mind that puppies are very energetic that require attention & space. The bigger the puppy, the bigger the space needed to play/release energy.