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Bella Pooches
Best Quality Babydoll Puppies For Sale

Policies

  •  NOTE OF CAUTION:  We are not a pet store,  nor do we allow home visitation as to protect our own safety and our families safety.  We meet our clients at a public safe place with our pups after they are 6 weeks old.   However, we have NO problem Face-timing  or taking videos or pics.  

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Additional Information

 

1. Deposits are non refundable unless confirmed by our Vet that the puppy is not healthy.


2.  Your chosen puppy can be switched for another puppy after deposit is placed.


3. All other pets are to be left at home when meeting our puppies as our moms are very cautious when it comes to their babies.


4. We ask that hands be sanitized before handling our babies. We will provide the hand sanitizer.


5. Please be on time when Meeting or at least Call when running late or not showing up.


6. We do not accept check for final payment.  Credit cards are accepted with a 3% fee added.  Any Paypal payments must be sent as friends and family. 


7. Please limit puppy visits to 30 minutes. 


8. Full AKC registration for breeding purposes can be approved but must be discussed prior to purchase.  Otherwise all puppies are sold as pets only.


9. We allow shipping of our puppies with a puppy nanny only.


10. We reserve the right to terminate a sale and return a deposit at any time if we feel our puppy is in jeopardy of going to a home we would not approve of.

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Hypoglycemia

 

Hypoglycemia in Small Breed Puppies Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar is a common problem in small breed puppies and young kittens. Young animals in general do not have the energy stores yet developed that adults have, allowing them to maintain an adequate blood glucose (BG) in times of fasting or stress. Small breed puppies are at an even greater disadvantage because they have a relatively higher metabolic rate and energy requirement per unit body mass than larger breed puppies. Small breed puppies may also be more likely to suffer from hypothermia (decreased body temperature) for a similar reason, which can then lead to decreased food intake, decreased gastro-intestinal utilization of food and hypoglycemia.  Hypoglycemia in young patients can also be caused by an underlying portosystemic shunt (abnormal blood vessel around the liver). Clinical signs of hypoglycemia include weakness, lethargy, poor appetite, altered mentation, twitching, tremoring, seizures and coma. If left untreated, hypoglycemia will be fatal. If an owner suspects hypoglycemia, they can help to increase blood sugar by rubbing a small amount of Karo syrup on the gums. Care must be taken not to administer too much or to get it in the back of the throat, causing aspiration or obstruction of the air way. It is most important to get your puppy or kitten to a veterinarian as quickly as possible. eals and staying warm. Potentially, hypoglycemia is an emergency. The puppy will be listless maybe even uncoordinated. If the puppy is conscious, start by offering delicious food that he or she will want to eat. This may be all you have to do to avert catastrophe if the puppy will accept the meal. If you have Nutrical® this would be a great time to use it. In an extreme case, the puppy will become cold, will lose consciousness and begin to have seizures. For first aid, a small amount of Karo syrup can be rubbed on the gums. (It will absorb through the gums; actual swallowing is not necessary). Beyond this and especially if the puppy does not fully regain its normal playful attitude, the puppy should be rushed to an animal hospital for treatment. In the hospital, the puppy will be warmed and a blood sugar level checked. If intravenous access is possible, dextrose will be infused directly into the blood stream. Response is generally rapid once sugar is supplied in this way and a sugar drip or regular sugar injections will be continued. But the puppy has to reliably eat before he can go home. Anticipate the need for 24 hour care and expect a few days of care.

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Puppy Check List

 

New dog owners should realize that a puppy requires a lot of care and attention. It’s best to make a shopping list and head to a pet store before you bring your new puppy home. Here are some basics you’ll need for your new puppy: 


Food will be written down for you and you will receive a small amount to get started.  Food is Nutro Puppy Lamb and Rice


Treats for training I like Rachael Ray or Bill-Jac 


Food and water dishes ceramic are great


 Play pen made by Iris or Crate (to be replaced by a bigger one as he grows)


 Puppy housetraining pads


 Bedding (at least 2 sets) 


Dog gate(s) 


Soft, adjustable harness (and new ones as he grows)


 At least one 4- to 6-foot leash, leather or webbing (an additional longer lead useful for training)


 At least 5 or 6 safe chew toys (the more the better—toys can be rotated) 


A soft-bristle brush and sturdy metal comb


 Gentle puppy shampoo


 Good-quality dog nail trimmer


 Every item on this page can be found at Chewy.com Excellent source for all your puppy needs

 

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