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Puppy starter kits can help when furry friend comes home

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‌Puppies might be small, but they need a large amount of gear, from collars and leashes to food and water bowls to toys and treats.

You probably have a huge to-do list before your new puppy comes home, but you can make one thing easier for yourself and buy a puppy starter kit instead of picking each product you need individually.

Keep reading to learn more about puppy starter kits, what they contain and how to pick the one best suited to your needs. At the end, you’ll find some suggestions, like our top choice, the AONESY Puppy Starter Kit, which contains almost everything you’ll need for your new companion.

Lauren Corona is a writer for BestReviews. BestReviews is a product review company with a singular mission: to help simplify your purchasing decisions and save you time and money.

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Dear Cathy: I have a 13-year-old male Shiba Inu and a 1-year-old female Shiba Inu. We brought the female home when she was 8 weeks old. Needless to say, my older guy isn’t happy about her being here. Before her arrival, my male dog was calm, mellow, easy-going, loveable and didn’t bark. My female is a barker, is hyper, wants to be the boss and has gotten my male dog so nervous he won’t eat if she’s near him. He doesn’t even want to come inside if she’s in the house. I’m at my wit’s end. Any ideas will be helpful. — Susan, Huntington, New York

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