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Searching For A Puppy?

You met someone's animal and decided you want one. You've done all the research, built your kennel, and now your 
searching for a puppy.....
The puppy is going to be apart of your life for many years (if healthy). You've worked hard to earn money to pay 
for it, now add in vet care, food, toys, etc. Now consider the time you will invest into socializing, training, etc.
How do you increase your chances of ending up with the right puppy? Start with good parents.

Have you ever bought something out of a newspaper? A television, a couch, whatever... did you want to see it?
Ever had someone tell you how great their item is, it sounds exactly like what your looking for, but when you go look, 
it is nothing like you expected? Often breeders have sold so many puppies, they know exactly what to say. 
Some breeders might also try to rush you into a decision, "hurry and send in your deposit, the pups are going fast".
People are untrusting, suspicious these days, if your car breaks down, you ask friends who is a good mechanic. 
If buying a used electrical item, you plug it in to see if it works. 
If you see a nice picture of me watching my television would you buy it? When was the picture taken? Is it even mine?
Maybe I swiped a really nice picture off the internet. I might have staged the picture or used a photo program to alter it. 
(This happens with animals and pedigrees) 
So why do people looking for puppies, send money to a total stranger (AKA breeder), because they sounded good on the phone? 
It is ok not to meet the parents, Sire and Dam have wonderful temperaments - of course what you think is wonderful, and 
what they think is wonderful, might be two different things.
I have met several animals described as extremely wolfy looking - and you'd be better off with a free dog from the pound.
Their animals are healthy and will be until the day they die - because they don't go to the vet unless someone's hurt, 
and no "extra" test are ever done.
But maybe the puppy is registered! - An old neighbor of mine had an A.K.C registered female. They wanted to bred 
her so they took her to the stud. While there this female escaped and could have been bred by anything. Guess what? 
The pups were registered. Do you think most breeders are going to tell you if their female gets out or other males get to her? How do you know it is even a puppy they produced?
It may seem easier to buy from a breeder who doesn't ask you any questions, but why are they willing to simply take your money? It may be cheaper to just have someone ship you a puppy, but it is really in the end?


This IS what a young adult looks like
for more pictures see Mavericks page


This IS a black adult

This IS what a black puppy looks like


This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Malamute mix)


This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Shepherd mix)

This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Husky mix)


This IS what a young adult looks like
for more pictures see Pooh Bears page


This IS a gray adult

This IS what a gray puppy looks like


This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Husky mix)

This is NOT correct
(A Shepherd/Husky mix)

This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Malamute mix)


This IS what a young adult looks like


This IS a white adult

This IS what a white puppy looks like
They are not born white !!!


This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Shepherd mix)


This is NOT correct
(I don't even know what this is)

This is NOT correct
(A misrepresented Malamute mix)


This IS correct - black pup


This IS correct - gray pup

This IS correct - white pup


This is NOT correct
(Badly Bred)


This is NOT correct
(misrepresented Malamute mix)

This is NOT correct
(misrepresented Shepherd mix)

 

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