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Teddy Bear Puppies

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Welcome to Rene’s Wonderful World of Teddy Bear Puppies / Dogs, is the only place in the world where you can purchase the Authentic Original ATBA Teddy Bear Puppy! We have beautiful Authentic Original ATBA Teddy Bear Puppies for sale. We are located in Wisconsin. Our ” Teddy Bear Puppy” is the perfect pet for everyone!

We are following safety guidelines and taking precautionary measures set by the State of Wisconsin to protect our family and yours against COVID 19 so that we can maintain a safe environment for all involved. Please Stay Safe and Healthy during these trying times!

Our Tiny Teddy Bear Puppies are family raised (excellent with children) and very well socialized. Our puppies have their shots up to date and are properly wormed to date. We offer a Health Guarantee for 1 full year against Congenital Defects. Our Teddy Bear Puppies are non-shedding and very low in dander, so they get along great with people who have allergies. Our Veterinarian was so impressed with our Teddy Bear Puppies that he purchased one for his own family! 



Our Authentic Original ATBA Teddy Bear Puppies receive the best of Veterinary care from the Doctors at We Care Animal Hospital.

Teddy Bear Puppy / Dog FAQ page for Rene’s Wonderful World of Teddy Bear Puppies!

We Often get asked many questions concerning Teddy Bear Puppies / Dogs and a few of the questions asked are as follows:
⦁ How often do I brush My Teddy Bear Puppy’s teeth? We recommend you brush your Teddy Bear Puppy’s teeth at least 3 times a week.
⦁ What device or utensil is best for brushing My Teddy Bear Puppy’s teeth? We recommend using a puppy finger toothbrush for when your Teddy Bear Puppy is still a puppy and when she gets to be a full grown dog you can use a puppy toothbrush. Your Teddy Bear Puppy will lose its teeth at around 6 months of age. (Teddy Bear Puppies love to eat raw baby carrots!)
⦁ What’s the best comb for my Teddy Bear Puppy? Best comb for a Teddy Bear Puppy is a metal comb with fine teeth and then graduate to teeth further apart and a slicker brush.
⦁ How often do I brush my Teddy Bear Puppy’s hair? We recommend brushing you Teddy Bear Puppy’s hair daily to avoid knots and tangles. Get a grooming table or use a washer or dryer covered with a towel and put your Teddy Bear Puppy on it and do her tooth brushing there and nail clipping too. Don’t do this while your Teddy Bear puppy is on your lap. You want your Teddy Bear Dog to have a sturdy place to stand where you can set a routine for grooming. Your Teddy Bear Puppy will associate your lap with hang out and fun time!
⦁ How often do I take My Teddy Bear Puppy to the groomer? It depends on how long you want the hair to be on your Teddy Bear Puppy but on average every 6-8 weeks. The groomer will clean anal glands, clip toe nails, and ear hair.
⦁ How often do I get My Teddy Bear Puppy’s nails clipped? Walking on the side walk kind of files their nails and the groomer will also trim your Teddy Bear Puppy’s nails in the grooming session.
⦁ What are common viruses and or diseases that my Teddy Bear Puppy needs to be protected against? What are the signs or symptoms that people should look out for in terms of warning signs? If your dog is throwing up more than once, has diarrhea, is lethargic, drooling, then take her to the vet immediately! While your dog is at Rene’s Wonderful World of Teddy Bear Puppies they will get two shots (Neopar to protect from parvovirus) and Duramune Max 5 (to help immunize your Teddy Bear Puppy against Canine Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza and Parvovirus). When you take your Teddy Bear Puppy to its first vet check, bring a stool sample to be checked by the vet.. We will give you paperwork to give to your vet concerning the shots and worming your Teddy Bear Puppy has already received so that they can continue accordingly .
⦁ How old does My Teddy Bear Puppy need to be before I can socialize her with other dogs at a dog park or other dogs? We don’t really recommend the dog parks, however we do recommend you take your Teddy Bear Puppy to puppy classes and obedience classes. The class will teach you how to train your Teddy Bear Puppy / Dog too so its beneficial for you both!
⦁ Are there any breed of dogs you recommend I don’t socialize her with due to her size? Size doesn’t matter its really about the temperament of the dog you are socializing your Teddy Bear Puppy with! We begin working on socialization with our Teddy Bear Puppies at an early age. Their best friend is our Silver Standard Poodle Beau!!
⦁ What books or resources to recommend for potty training for your Teddy Bear Puppy / Dog? Puppies for Dummies. I would also suggest planning an 8 ft square area in the yard to take your Teddy Bear Puppy for potty training. In the beginning carry your Teddy Bear Puppy to the area, put her/him down then let her/him walk around and say “good girl / boy (puppy’s name) you went potty outside!” and say that each time.
⦁ Bell training is also a good way to promote potty training with you Teddy Bear Puppy! Get some jingle bells and ribbon at the craft store. Tie the bells on the ribbon and hang them at paws hight using a command hook on the door frame. Have your Teddy Bear Puppy ring it when they need to go outside. Put your Teddy Bear Puppy’s paw on the bell and train them to ring it every time you take them out to go to the bathroom. Read about bell training online.
⦁ What books or resources do you recommend for training in general with the Teddy Bear Puppy? Puppies for Dummies
⦁ How many times a day do you feed a Teddy Bear Puppy? We will provide feeding instructions to you when you come to pick up your Teddy Bear Puppy. To prep for your Teddy Bear puppies arrival please buy cottage cheese and purchase Chicken Soup for the Soul for puppies (dry). Just note: they have to potty after 15-30 mins because their digestive trac is quite short and when something goes in……something needs to go out!!.
⦁ How many times a day do I walk My Teddy Bear Puppy? Your home is most likely enough exercise when your Teddy Bear Puppy is small and you can take her for walks but make sure the pavement isn’t too hot. As she grows up your Teddy Bear Puppy will need low exercise still which is another reason Teddy Bear puppies are so great for all ages and seniors.  
⦁ How long do I need to feed my Teddy Bear Puppy, puppy food? We feed our Teddy Bear Puppies Chicken Soup for the Soul Puppy Food for the first year and then Chicken Soup for the Soul Small Bites for adult dogs.
⦁ What is the average size of an adult Teddy Bear Puppy? Teddy Bear dogs are 10-15 lb. when full grown.
⦁ What is the average age when a Teddy Bear Puppy begins to get their teeth? Teddy Bear Puppy get their teeth at 7-8 weeks old however some are late bloomers!
⦁ Should we bring a crate to transport our Teddy Bear Puppy on the way home? We do not recommend a crate for your Teddy Bear Puppy’s first ride home. Your Teddy Bear Puppy may get car sick in the crate in the car.
⦁ What do you recommend we do so that our Teddy Bear Puppy has the most comfort as we transport her home? We will give you a blanket and a teddy that smells like your puppies mom and siblings. We ask that you please bring a laundry basket, old towels, trash bag, and a piddle pad when you come to pick your Teddy Bear Puppy up. Your Teddy Bear Puppy will squiggle when it needs to potty as you transport them. At that time we recommend you remove the towel put the piddle pad down in the laundry basket let them potty then put the pad in the trash bag. Don’t let your Teddy Bear Puppy go at rest stops as she may pick up viruses or germs from other dogs.
⦁ What do we do so our Teddy Bear Puppy has the most comfort once she is home with us? We recommend that you and your partner or family members lay on a sheet so that the sheet is covered with your scent. Put the sheet over the crate and have her sleep in the crate at night so she can’t see out of the crate. In the crate put a hot water bottle that’s squishy like an old water bottle or purchase a “snuggle puppy” which has a heartbeat and an old towel placed at the bottom just in case they have an accident and to make the crate soft. Purchase a pet taxi for night and pet crate (metal) for day time.

We have puppies available to be reserved at this time! We look forward to hearing from you. Give us a call! (715)787-4293

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