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Things to consider when buying a puppy.

 

Buying a puppy should be a careful, thoughtful decision and all members of the family should agree.

It is very important to know where your puppy comes from, there are many disreputable and commercial breeders out there who will only be too happy to take your cash and sell you an inferior puppy. Do not buy a puppy because you feel sorry for it, this only encourages these sort of people to keep breeding.

You should always see the puppies with their Dam (mother), the Sire (father) may not be available to be viewed as he may be owned by someone other than the breeder. The Breeder will usually only be too happy to give you the contact details and show you photos of the sire. Check that the Dam appears healthy, has a good temperament and the puppies appear healthy.

Ask to see all the relevant paperwork, Pedigree, Kennel Club registration documents and any veterinarian documents.

Be prepared for the Breeder to ask you lots of questions, they do this because they want the best possible homes for their puppies, they will also welcome any questions you have. They will provide you with diet, worming, exercise & socialisation advice along with full support when you take your puppy home.

The recommended age in which puppies should go to their new homes is no earlier than 8 weeks of age.

If you have any suspicions or doubts about a Litter or Breeder, contact the relevant Breed Club and check the breeder out with them, or walk away.

 

 

Please contact me for the availabilty of any puppies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taking your new puppy home.

The adventure starts the day you take your new puppy home, one of which we hope will be enjoyed for many years to come.

For the puppy it's a start of a new life which at first will be a big upheaval and often scary, they will  be missing mum, brothers and sisters, and will need time to get settle into a new family, house and lifestyle.

Puppies need a lot of sleep to start with so make sure they have somewhere quiet and comfortable to rest and to get out of the way of a busy household.

Don't expect to much to quickly, be patient  it will only take a short period of time for them to settle in and  become a family member.

 

 

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