Do you want to open a box and have his face pop out?
Happiness is a click away, delivered to your doorstep!
Ill informed, first time pet owners, exploited by unscrupulous breeders and pet shops, combine to make a lethal combination. Ignorance meets greed and the losers are mercilessly discarded pet cats and dogs.
Who is a responsible breeder?
Before you buy a puppy, research a responsible breeder. He or she is educated and knowledgeable in matters of breed, genetics, and temperament. They have not googled their knowledge! Please remember when you buy a puppy for your sake and the puppy’s go to a professional. Avoid a self proclaimed expert masquerading as a breeder in pursuit of easy money. Many responsible breeders are often dedicated to a single breed. In other words, they know their dogs well and do not discard them after breeding. They do not cater to a flavour of the month and they will not sell you a puppy easily.
Who are dangerous breeders?
Back yard breeders are not the only villains of the dog and cat breeding world. The lethal breeders are social media stars turned ‘breeder.’ Even if you think you are a responsible breeder, you set a dangerous precedent. It makes you a business person selling a commodity and a back yard breeder. Assisting your dog to deliver a litter and documenting the event online does not make you responsible, it fuels an already saturated market. You are monetizing your pet for profit and the outcome of this are countless abandoned pets.
Why should you adopt/buy local?
Puppies are adorable bundles of wagging tales few people can resist! Make sure you do not fall for the first adorable pup you see, unless you are adopting from a shelter. Shelter adoptions are almost always love at first sight. However, when you make the conscious decision to buy it is important to research the breed. Puppies grow rapidly and you may soon be looking at your full grown dog and realise your mistake.
If you consider yourself a pet parent, this perplexed writer wants to know which of your other family numbers you purchased online?
When you Buy a Puppy Online, you buy uncertainty and in most cases regret. The pet community is huge, online and easily accessible, please reach out and contact responsible sources of information. If you are new to the process, contact us, we are happy to help you.