Australian Cattle Dogs, Mini Australian Shepherds, Toy Australian Shepherds, puppies cowboyreckincrew | Archer City, Tx 76351
We raise Heelers and Mini & Toy Aussies in North Texas. They are raised in our home in loving atmosphere. 

To learn more about our business you can see our contact information and email us at jim.thomas68@yahoo.com 
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Cowboyreckincrew raise and sell Heelers and Mini & Toy Aussies in North Texas 
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Phone: (940)733-1578 or click on this Contact Button
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Essential Elements for Taking Your Puppy Home

Set up your dog’s space
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Set up a space with a bed, crate or blankets
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Provide water, toys and a feeding area
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Keep puppies in one room for the first day or 
two (a tiled bathroom or laundry is ideal)
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Ensure the room is secure, warm and
well-ventilated
Dog-proof your house
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Remove hanging wires, cords or electrical 
cables that your dog could chew or 
get tangled in
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If you don’t want something chewed, 
put it away
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Remove breakable items
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Keep toilet lids closed to prevent 
drinking or falling in
Explore the house slowly
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A small house can seem big to a new puppy
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Do NOT allow your dog/puppy to have free 
roam of all areas in the house
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Only allow your dog in certain areas
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Explore the house slowly, using a lead initially
Take your dog outside
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Take your dog to the garden on a lead
for short, regular visits
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Supervise your dog outside for the 
first week or two
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Watch your dog to identify hazards 
in the garden
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Dog
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proof your fencing – ensure they can’t get 
under or over the fence. Remove climbable 
objects near the fence
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Praise your dog when they toilet outside
Meet the family
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A new environment and new people can 
be overwhelming
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Ask family and friends to keep the house 
calm and quiet
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Don’t force attention on your dog – let them 
come to you
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Avoid everyone cuddling or playing with 
your dog at once
Supervise children
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Always supervise young children with your dog
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Teach children to handle and approach your dog 
properly. Visit www.dogsafety.govt.nz  
for information.