Not a puppy update instead a lesson
i just read another post on FB. At least one a week like this. And it makes my blood boil. People become breeders for all types of reasons. But the reason is not as important as the end result. Produce healthy happy puppies that live a long life in their forever homes. I do everything possible to ensure I'm producing the best pups possible and I set my families up to succeed. The post on Facebook is always the same... I got a pup from a breeder and had no idea it was only 6 weeks old... Now puppy is peeing everywhere, biting, showing aggression, ect. There is a law in most states. 8 weeks before pups can leave mom. Now, these people are not getting pups on Craigslist or newspapers. They are paying top dollar to breeders and waiting on lists and then get a pup that's only 6 weeks old. So, it makes me angry that breeders are doing this. It wasn't an oops my dog got bred. This is breeders not caring for the best interests of the puppy, family, and the breed. My point of sharing this is to educate. As a buyer, ask questions. Know when the pups were born. Ask to see vet health certificate if not provided. Ask to see genetics testing on the parents. Visit the pups before purchasing or do a video or Facetime call. Know the breeder, if you don't ask for referrals. My point, selecting a pup is no different than having a child. Do your homework and set your self up for success. Unfortunately not all breeders are ethical. Know, by choosing me as your breeder I will do everything I can to help you have a healthy and happy puppy that lives a long life. I also will continue to support you long after you have picked up your puppy. I am here to answer all questions you have and if I can't help you point you in the direction to someone that can.
KRISTIE L HANSEN
6/5/2016 07:14:22 pm
Let it out girl! I agree 100%!
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