Lets face it now days it's a job when
you are looking to ad a new puppy to your family. You
are not only making a lifetime comment to the new puppy
but also a financial one. With the increase in vet care,
pet food, and of course the upfront fee to adopt the
puppy or buy the puppy. This puppy could cost you
thousands of dollars throughout his/ lifetime.
When it comes to finding your new
puppy there are many ways to do this. I will tell you
about a few of the ways you can see puppies for sale.
1. The pet store
The first way is to go to the pet store and see the
puppies for sale. I would NEVER recommend buying a puppy
at the pet store. You may ask why? You never know how
the puppies are raised. If there are any type of
health issues in the
parent dogs, and if there will be health issues in the
puppy. If you did have a health issue how do you let the
breeder know. You don't get the breeder information or
find out any thing about their breeding program.
In our opinion most puppy store
come from large breeding facilities where they don't
care for the animal, but just to produce any puppy at
any cost. The pet
store is a good place to go see puppies for sale and
maybe determine the breed you want. Please remember not
all the puppies for sale in the pet store look like the
The news paper
second place you can look is in the local
news papers. You must remember any
one can have a
of puppies to post
for sale, that dose not make them a
good breeder. When looking at puppies
for sale locally go see
mom and dad, do they
look like the breed they should be? Has the breeder had
the mom and dad seen by a local vet? How old are the
parents? How many litters has the mom had? Have any of
the past puppies from the parents had any health issues?
Are the puppies registered? If so with what registry and
why. If you are buying a puppy locally, ask to see
past puppies that the parents
have had. The breeder should have the contact
information on the buyers. See if one of their past
buyer will meet you some where like maybe the vets
office, dog park so you can see them. Have they had any
health issues? Do they give a written
health warranty? If so
for how long and why.
3. The internet
Now this is the
scariest place to see puppies for sale. After all you
will most likely NOT see the puppy before you pay for
him/her. About 90% of the time you don't see the
puppy until you pick them up at the air port. There many
online breeders that have
puppies for sale
When a breeder has puppies for sale there are a lot of
things you need to take into consideration.
First and foremost do they own a
kennel or do they
raise their puppies in their home.
You may ask your self what is the difference. Well that
depends on the kennel set up. Generally if some one is
running a very small kennel the puppies will be very
well socialized, and not scared of you. But the puppies
still can have some issues. If some one is running a big
kennel the puppies can be timid, scared of you or even
everyday sounds that you would hear in a home.
Generally home raised puppies are
use to all the sounds a home can have and the puppies
tend to be more socialized. If you decide to adopt your
new puppy from the internet you can take steps to make
sure you do NOT get ripped off. Here are a few steps you
can take. Talk to the breeder several times before
paying a deposit. Take your time, if the breeder is in a
rush to sale you the dog step away. You are making a
lifetime comment and it is not one to be made on
impulse. See several photos of the puppy. Talk to past
puppy parents of the breeders, talk to the breeders vet.
Here are some questions to ask a
How long has the breeder been
How many years have they been breeding
the breed your interested in
Do they do any type of testing on the
Do they give a written health
Have they ever had any health issues
when it comes to breeding
If so what did they do?
What do they do with their retired
A little About Us
To breed Puppies
For Sale, is our goal and passion but while doing this
we Breed For Excellence.
We say our
puppies are for adoption instead of sale, because we
care where they go. We offer Puppies that are TOP
Quality from an educated puppy breeder. We have spend
many years, attending pet social groups, class,
seminars, to keep up with breeding issues. By doing this
it allows us to become the best breeder we can. We are
very picky where our puppies go. So we say
puppies for adoption instead of puppies for
sale. When it comes to our
shorkie puppies we have
what is referred to as the The Official Shorkie's.
Our puppies are home raised and
We personally breed what some breeders
call Zuchon puppies, shichon pups some even call them
teddy bear pups. We can them Fuzzywuzzies. We do 2
litters a year of yorkie pups, then we also do our
little shorkie puppies.
We very proud to be a
member of the Shorkie Club Of America.
we have pups
for sale, and puppy information , we offer
information about zuchon puppies
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