ChatterBank0 min ago
How To Buy A Puppy
With so many puppies being sold online, being delivered or handed over in supermarket car parks make sure your puppy is not bred by a puppy farmer. Far too many are sick or dying young because people have not done their homework and seen the puppy where it was born and with its mum.
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Always, always buy from an animal sanctuary and give a poor rescue dog a good, loving home. Sanctuaries throughout the country are packed with these lovely animals, both pedigree and crossbreeds. Every one of my lovely dogs has been a rescue, my little one now was wandering the streets before she was saved and what a little Angel she is. I am proud to have given her a safe home and I thank all the animal sanctuaries who do such sterling work ...
A very laudable suggestion hereIam but not everyone is able to cope with a rescue dog, and all that it can entail as a lot have 'baggage' that needs an experienced owner to sort. Some people prefer to get a dog from a young age and of a breed where the traits and size etc are known. I run our breed rescue and there are some people I would not recommend have a rescue dog particularly first time dog owners. For those people doing their homework and finding a reputable breeder who will support them and the dog throughout its lifetime is a far better option.