You should start by buying a collar and a leash. One good thing with collar is that it will help in holding the license and the identification tag of your puppy which will contain your name and your phone number. With this, you will be able to choose a plain or fancy collar, and it is always attached to the leash that you will use in walking the puppy. Also, the collar should also be flexible and made of plastic with a two-piece fastener. You should also make sure that the collar fits properly so that it cannot slip and remember not to make it too tight. Apart from that, you should also make sure that the strap is secure so that it does not break when you are walking your puppy.
Crates and containment are also essential accessories. You should know that crates are essential in keeping the dog in an enclosed area where you will have easy time monitoring them. It is important that you select the right container since they are made of different materials with advantages and disadvantages. Like when you will be in a position to save a lot of money if you choose stainless crates since they are reliable and long lasting. Besides, we have plastic containers which are light and provide a measure of safety and security for your puppy while driving or flying. Also, they are also warm and comfortable. Besides, the container you are selecting the puppy can stand in, lie down, turn around and stretch in.
Besides, you should buy a dog bed. You should make sure that your dog gets somewhere to rest after training. If possible you should look for small and bumper beds that are included with wool or sheepskin to make sure that your dog is healthy. You should make sure that you use materials that the dog cannot eat. But when your dog is still in the chewing stage, you should cover the bed with a towel or a blanket to prevent the dog from eating the materials.
Another thing is food and water bowls. Ceramic, glass, plastic and stainless steel bowls are some of the selection you can make. Like we have plastic containers which are cheap and readily cleaned but the problem is that they can host residues and germs in cracked places. While ceramic bowls are fragile, expensive, cumbersome and include dangerous lead ions. The best choice is stainless steel since they are strong, durable, easy to clean and sanitize and they cannot be carried by the puppy.