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  • Puppy Health - Buying a Puppy - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    won t show until the dog is 2 years old meaning that dogs should not be bred any younger than one year of age Puppy farm puppies health problems Unfortunately some dog breeders who are usually involved in the puppy farm business just for the money can bring death and misery upon innocent animals that would otherwise be lifelong pets and friends for many The following is a simple guideline that if followed can help ensure dogs and other animals are looked after and enjoy a happy life as well as putting such dog breeders out of business Trading Standards recommendations for buying a puppy Be wary of outlets offering more than one or two breeds When visiting the seller note the surroundings Visit the puppy more than once Ask to see the pedigree papers and ensure the breeder s name is on the certificate The breeder should want to know about you too Ask to see the puppy with its Mother be very suspicious if you can t Puppies bred commercially indiscriminately and carelessly are likely to Develop disease Be difficult to housetrain Find adjusting to family life hard Have temperamental problems Suffer physical defects and have hereditary weaknesses Think carefully before buying and do not buy the puppy because you feel sorry for it Remember that any dealings made with dishonest dealers or breeders will mean you giving them your support to continue their false trade A dog can be a man s best friend so make sure you buy a puppy or dog that is in good health and look out for its well being Importance of vaccination Vaccination is of the utmost importance If a dog does not receive proper vaccination it could contract a fatal infectious disease such as leptospirosis or parvovirus which can also

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  • Puppy Buying Tips - Buying a Puppy - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    their Local Authority so make sure you ask to see the licence from the breeder that is supplying your puppy An independent vet will inspect the premises annually There are many restrictions including the banning on sales of pups aged less than 8 weeks old and the mating of bitches under 12 months old and on consecutive seasons What age to buy If the breeder is not licensed breeds 5 or less litters a year they can sell puppies younger than 8 weeks old however it is important to remember that a puppy s essential learning period learning how to behave like a dog and interacting with siblings and dam and moving to a new home is very challenging for a young pup Therefore buying a pup that is too young will result in it missing out on a majority of its learning process and buying one that s too old will mean neglecting its critical socialisation period between 4 and 14 weeks of age You are what you eat In order for your pup to have a good healthy start to life the dam should have been fed a good quality nutritious diet before and during pregnancy and while lactating Also inquire about the pups diet during weaning and what solid food they currently being fed Check out puppy The pups should be thoroughly checked to ensure they don t have any discharge from their nose ears eyes and rear end Skin checks should be carried out to make sure it is not dry or flaky and their coats should be clean Make sure the puppies and dam have been wormed and the dam and sire are up to date with their inoculations If your chosen pup is registered with the Kennel Club then remember to take a receipt

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  • Important Facts - Buying a Puppy - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    NOT A TEACHING AID guaranteed to instil a sense of responsibility in older children A PUPPY IS NOT A BURGLAR ALARM to guard your house 24 7 and scare off any unwanted visitors A PUPPY IS NOT A GIFT unless the giver is very sure that a puppy is the desired present and the recipient is able to care for it A PUPPY IS NOT UNBREAKABLE and any repairs will be costly A PUPPY IS NOT AN INVESTMENT to breed and become a method of receiving cash back Breeding a litter is a huge responsibility for anyone involved Selecting the right breed It is vital to remember that the dog you choose will be a new member of the family for ten years or more Select a breed of dog that will compliment you and your family s lifestyle and not one that will become a financial burden or daily irritant Purebred or Mixed Breed Purebreds These can be defined as dogs that have five generations worth of ancestors of the same breed that have been carefully developed to serve a specific purpose Purebreds should match to a standard size colour coat and have certain temperament characteristics desirable for their breed The top purebred dogs are registered with well known associations such as the Kennel Club as well as many lesser known registries Remember that registration is not a guarantee of quality as it is solely your responsibility as the buyer to invest the time and effort into assuring a puppy is of good quality and health before buying Mixed Breeds These are a combination of two or more recognised breeds of dogs Some believe that mixed breeds are smarter and healthier than purebreds due to their more widely mixed gene pool It is often 50 50 for knowing the

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  • Where to Buy - Buying a Puppy - Dog Guides - Dogs.co.uk
    has usually been carefully planned and thought through with regard to producing healthy and robust dogs of good temperament This factor represents a major advantage over puppy farms where dogs are bred in mass numbers for the pet market and the breeder is often looking for quick cash Although breeders of show dogs specialise in breeding pedigree dogs there are also owners who have bred their pet dogs and produce cross breed or pedigree puppies which can be the result of a planned or unplanned pregnancy However the pups have usually been well cared for and brought up in a family environment with good socialisation skills and so most often make very suitable pets They are also less expensive to purchase than a pedigree show dog Buying a Puppy or Dog from a Rescue Home Rescue homes can prove to be a useful option for seeking the right puppy or dog for yourself as you will be helping out the under privileged and needy Many dogs both puppies and older dogs unfortunately become abandoned or homeless through no fault of their own every year Rescue homes usually assess the dog s behaviour on arrival and often carry out remedial training if needed before being offered for a new home therefore resulting in dogs offered being very suitable and loving pets Older dogs have an advantage of being more likely to have had basic training and so in this respect these dogs are easier to care for than taking on a puppy Both pedigree and cross breed dogs are often available at rescue homes but the dog s background or exact breeding details are not often known However unless the intention is to show or breed then rescue dogs should be considered Remember that rescue homes primary concern is to ensure

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  • puppy - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

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  • dog ownership - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

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  • dog food - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

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  • veterinary treatment costs - Search Results - Dogs.co.uk
    Gallery Dog Names Memorial K 9 Greetings What a Howl Missing Pets Dog Clubs Doggy Downloads Wallpapers Top Dog Searches Dog Accessories Dog Barking Dog Biscuits Dog Boarding Dog Clothing Dog Collars Dog Exercise Dog Gifts Dog Health Dog Kennels Dog Leads Dog Obedience Dog Problems Dog Shampoo Dog Sitter Dog Spa Dog Tricks Dog Walking Puppy Dog Puppy Training Links Dog Charity Misc Search the web Compare the top

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