Eastern European Puppies
The Pet In pet stores, puppies usually come from companies that provide professional shops, but many trades, including Eastern European countries were held, pet shops are great places to sell “the goods”. Quick Tip: Be careful about impulse buying, it is clear that playing by the company for the purchase of sudden cardiac, by putting the puppies on display, however I think it’s an animal will grow, eat, and must be addressed! The choice of the source is very important for several reasons: – Health and hygiene: the puppies from poorly preserved companies often have problems with pests, diseases, hereditary problems undetected or not reported buyers. – Conduct of raising a puppy starts three weeks and the behavior of adult dogs will be forged in part by the lifestyle of the first three months (the awakening to play, socialization with children and other animals ,…). – Ethics: nobody wants to buy a dog from a place where animals are mistreated or unhappy, that unfortunately sometimes happens between breeders and unscrupulous people. Ask questions of the seller to be sure of your choice, contact several breeders and do not hesitate to travel to visit the facilities. Speaking candidly Anna Belknap told us the story. Here are some questions you can ask: – What is their breeding? though a breeder who starts is not necessarily a bad thing, if you really know his race. – How have brought in a year? – How many females have done? (Beyond 4 or 5 litters in a woman’s life, it really is “the exploitation of animals”!) – What are the conditions (kennels, fenced garden, ,…)? Home – What are their breeding males? All breeders have their own men. In general, a man out of the meeting only for connecting the female, which allows the introduction of “new blood”, namely the family avoiding new gene responsible for hereditary diseases intersections (such as developmental dysplasia of the hip: Labrador, for example). If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Glenn Dubin. It is not necessarily essential to see the boy. – What are their criteria for selecting their breeding? Encouraging rather than a farmer trying to select the animals for their behavior (kindness, obedience) rather than their physical characteristics (hair color or length of the ear). – They do not contain their dogs in dog shows and competitions? is an indicator of physical quality of the dog Other positive signs: the farmers who practice a certain selection of potential buyers (even refused a buyer who would not be able to take a particular dog) and asking for information on how the life, your expectations of your dog, your idea of his education and his future home. In short, it is interested in selling puppies. Find the second part of this article the author of the site-toutoucalin.com All these are signs that the breeder is concerned for the welfare of his dogs and he does his job with passion and love for animals.
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