Michael Ellis is an excellent suggestion.It looks like people have you covered on lists of physical things you'll need for your puppy.
If possible, I'd also suggest getting "Raising Your Puppy with Michael Ellis" on the leerburg website. I watched it before bringing my puppy home and it was invaluable to me. It has so much information that was really helpful and showed me how to stop some behaviors before they became problems.
Michael Ellis is an excellent suggestion.
I also would like to suggest that you get this training book:
And while you are waiting, go to YouTube and peruse some videos by Stonnie Dennis. He does things with dogs that most people on here can't do.
I have that book but never read it. Slamdunc is the one that turned me on to the one I recommended. It builds a strong foundation on a young pup. My only complaint with this book is that.she uses a lead and drag line too much .Haven’t read that one but I’ve read obedience in drive. Also a good one. Although prob not what you’re looking for
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Awesome thank you so much for going into great detail. Amazing and very helpful! Just curious why is the Dremel better then standard dog nail clippers?