Play the video below for some easy grooming tips
On The 3 Step Hair Cut
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Here's a quick look at some Angel Doll puppies in
See Ramie Wave By By
In Photos Below
Sport's 2 pics below
Candy's 2 pics. below
Dolly's 2 pics. below
Peanut 2 pics below
Boots pic. below with a medium hair cut.
Peanut Christmas 2011 in pic below
''Co Co Chanel'' Pic. Below
Holly pic. below
I Love To Play
Peanut pic below
Jada's pic. below
Occasionally The ears Will go up
% Of The Pups We Raise.
Loved Just As Much.
They Can Shed Some, But not much
And Most Of The Time
They Don't Shed At All.
Not As Much Grooming Required
On the ones that tern out Favoring
The Chihuahua That's In Them.
In Photos Below Her ears stayed up and she dose shed just a little
Her pic. below
Piggie's 2 pics below, her ears stayed up.
She Dose Shed a Vary small amount.
Piggie Is Such A Good Mom
Manie's 2 pic. below, her ears stayed up
But she doesn't shed at all.
Piggie and me in pic. below
He was favoring the Chihuahua when he was a pup
But now his hair came in beautifully
And he ended up not shedding at all.
Above photo of Butter's he was about 4 months old
And below he is full grown.
More pics. of ''Butters'' in the next 4 pics. below
With that beautiful hair of his.
''Izzy '' In The Next 2 Pics. Below
4 lb and doesn't shed at all.
She is 5 years old in photos
And loved For Sure.
Litter box set up until they know your house and then you can remove the pen.
That is the way I start the training for you.
Puppy House Training 1o1
The following is a wonderful common sense approach to house training your
new puppy, make sure everyone in the house is on the same page, using the
same commands & methods, with a little early effort on your part, your new
puppy should be very easy to house train! Feel free to copy & save for
Crate Training -
Use a crate while potty training your puppy. Your puppy should be in the
crate or in a small area with a washable surface, puppy pens are great, as
the crate can be too confining if you are gone long hours during the day.
A small puppy needs to have time to exercise and play, not just be confined
for the entire night and day in his kennel. Use loads of common sense,
young children and young puppies both need to use up their energy to be
healthy and happy, while you are at work, sleeping, or anytime you are not
able to watch him, keep your puppy in his kennel at night, and in a slightly
larger area during the day, preferably in the room you hang out in the most
either with a small play pen or with a baby gate, set the open crate
on one side, along with toys and water dish, puppy pads or paper a few feet
away if you are going to be gone more than 2 hours. The crate is fine again,
for overnight, and up to 2 hours at a time during the day. Remember,
too much crate time though is not a good thing! Dogs are den animals so
being in a crate is natural for them. Puppies will cry and want to be
released at first, but be patient; it will get used to being in the crate
and come to enjoy it. Make the crate a happy place, not a punishment. Teach
your puppy a command when going in the crate, for example, kennel or go to
your room; this will make it easier then trying to force or push the dog
into the crate later. Also, dogs are pack animals so it's helpful if you
keep the crate in the bedroom where the rest of the "pack" is sleeping. This
is a tough one in the beginning because the puppy will cry and you will be
tempted to let it out. Tough love, if the puppy is loose in the house then
it will have the opportunity to potty anywhere it pleases. Keep the puppy
crated at night until it can be trusted in the house. You may have to let
the pup outside during the night and during your lunch break during the day.
Be prepared to lose some sleep, like I said, it's like having a new baby.
Take the puppy to the same area of the yard - Each time your puppy goes
outside go with it. Take the puppy on a lead so you can be sure it goes to
the same area of the yard each time and leave some poo there to remind the
pup what to do. This way the puppy can smell itself and
know what it's supposed to do. Only give your puppy about 10 minutes to
potty, if it doesn't go, then bring it in and put it back in the crate, wait
15 - 30 minutes and take it back outside. Don't let the puppy play until it
potties. Playing is a reward, don't reward bad behavior. Puppies are just
little kids, they go outside, get excited, and forget why they went outside
in the first place. It helps to give a command to potty, that way it learns
a little faster what is expected, and later in life, if your running late,
you can give the potty command and your dog will potty and be done with it.
Praise for going potty outside - When the puppy potties outside - give a
treat, play with a favorite toy, say "good boy"; whatever, just make sure
that the puppy thinks, "Wow! Going potty outside is loads of fun, I'm going
to do this again!" Note:
I like Peanut Butter Biscuits, about one a day, break it into tiny bites.
Tether to you while inside - (Great
idea, the puppy can snooze at your feet while you are on the computer, the
kids are watching TV, playing video games or whatnot, remember a loose puppy
will get into trouble especially in the early days of house training. I
also use a dog lead to tether to a door, just lay a rug and a few toys in
your "spot" for the puppy to play with during the BORING time of being
tethered,,, poor baby NOTE: Do NOT leave puppy unattended when tethering,
they can quickly get wound up in the lead, not a good thing!) When
you are at home, and the puppy is not in the crate, consider using a long
lead to tether the puppy to you. If the puppy is loose in the house it can
gain the opportunity to sneak off and use the bathroom. The idea in house
training is to avoid accidents, the tether works for that purpose.
Take the puppy outside immediately - Following meals, drinking, playtime or
excitement, when you first get home from work, and first thing in the
morning. If the puppy gets excited it may have an accident, avoid the
trouble by carrying the puppy outside to potty.
Take the puppy outside often - Try to take the puppy outside every hour.
If your home, why not take the puppy outside for frequent potty breaks;
it'll learn that much quicker and you'll avoid accidents, it probably has to
Teach the puppy to let you know when it wants to go outside - Teach the
puppy to ring a bell,(attach
a small bell low down by the door, ring it when you take puppy out, saying
"Go potty outside? Good Dog!") or
scratch the door before going outside. This will help you know when he has
to "go". The goal is for the puppy to get to a point where it will alert you
as to when it's time for a potty break.
Paper training - Using potty pads or newspaper is up to you. Some small
breed owners swear by them. Others think they are confusing to the puppy if
your ultimate goal is for them to potty outside. It will take longer to
house train if you first teach the pup to potty on paper, then turn around
and want the pup to potty outside. Some small breed dogs don't like going
outside when it is cold or wet so a lot of owners use paper during the
Invest in a good odor neutralizer - Mistakes are going to happen so plan
for it. If you see your puppy make the mistake act quickly, say "No!" (use a
deep John Wayne type voice), and run it outside to the potty place. If you
didn't see the mistake happen, bite your lip, and clean the mistake. Use an
odor neutralizer like Nature's Miracle or Simple Solution - these products
neutralize odor instead of covering it up. You don't want the puppy going
back to the same spot on your carpet.
House training is only the beginning, start thinking about obedience
classes. Yes, you can probably teach your puppy to sit, down, and stay, but
socialization is good for the puppy. It needs to learn that it is okay for
other people, strangers, to touch its paws and ears.
It should get used to going in the car and entering
strange buildings and walking properly on a leash now while it's young; that
way a year from now you are not stuck with an ill mannered dog. Puppies are
a lot of fun but you'll enjoy the dog more if you train properly now.
A New Puppy Means lots of love and responsbility, And It Helps To Be Prepared.
Taking time to plan ahead and get things in order, will make a big difference in
the long run. Start out with the right attitudeStart
out with the right attitude.The
first weeks of your new puppy's life with you will keep you busy . Things will
go better if you have patience and keep your sense of humor. Remember that
puppyhood only happens once. The extra effort you put into it now will pay off
big in the future.