Taking your puppy from his or her Siblings is a very Stressful time for your puppy. We suggest letting your puppy have "Quiet" time for the first week you introduce him into their new home. We know you will be excited and want to play with your puppy but it is Important to let him/her relax until he or she is adjusted.
During this period your puppy may seem tired, sad or not want to eat. We recommend you giving your puppy Karo Syrup on your finger tip and rubbing on his/her gums once every 4 or 5 hours until their appetite is up again. During the new transition time you can offer boiled Chicken breast warm Not cold, shredded into small pieces, scrambled eggs, or Hamburger meat NO CONDIMENTS, sauces or spice as these are toxic to dog! Please keep your New baby in a safe area, puppies like to chew on things and are just like babies.
If not in a safe enclosed area he/she may chew on electrical cords, be stepped on, can get slammed in a door,choke on things etc. We recommend using a medium sized metal crate with a bed or blanket placed inside, as well as Food and water at all times. A plastic or metal exercise yard will work fine as well
Do not leave Small Children unattended with small puppies as well as with larger dogs. If you live in the country where Predator Bird live make sure to supervise your puppy/dog, or make sure your puppies play yard has an enclosed top as hawks, eagles and owls can easily pick up such small puppies and it has happened. Do NOT feed your puppy human foods, specially Chocolate, Grapes,Onions, Garlic etc. Chicken breast is ok"plain" NO BARBECUE SAUCE, as BBQ sauce is Toxic!! Hamburger NO seasoning, & Scrambled eggs, cottage cheese and Yogurt are good options as well as Carrots.