Products and Books for Small Dogs

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SMALL DOG PRODUCTS

 

This page is still under construction as you will see. But there is a LOT of good information here now.

Please note I am an Amazon affiliate and make a small commission on the items listed here.

Beds for Small Dogs

From a practical standpoint, I suggest getting dark color beds because they don’t show the dirt as much as light colors and therefore don’t have to be washed as often. I especially like the “cave” beds with removable covers (for ease of washing) because your dog feels more secure and stays warm.

 

Books for Small Dogs

Darlene Arden Small Dogs, Big Hearts

 

Confinement

Health & Safety

 

Grooming Products

 

Foods, Treats, Supplements

Kibble

Supplements

Treats

 

Potty Training

Please note that I am not in favor of this but am including it because some clients want it. When you train your dog to ring the bell, you intend that he rings it when he has to pee or poop, but he may learn – very quickly – that it’s an easy way to get you to let him outside.

Puppy and Dog Potty Training Books - I have written 3 books on puppy and dog potty training, aka house training, aka housebreaking. My Puppy Potty Training book won the gold eBook award!

Please email me and I will send  you my potty training handout.

  • Puppy Potty Training

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  • Puppy and Dog Potty Training

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  • Potty Training and Behavior Issues for Teacup and Small Dogs

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Sweaters & Coats

There are so many options here that it’s difficult to recommend anything specifically. Be sure take your dog’s measurements to size the clothes correctly. Small dogs with short hair need sweaters and coats to help regulate their body temperature.

Toys

 

Training

 

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Disclaimer: This article is for information only. It does not replace a consultation with a dog trainer, dog behavior consultant, or veterinarian and may not be used to diagnose or treat any conditions in your dog.

 

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