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The pug is one of the most popular choices in the dog industry which is now a million dollar business. As such, more and more people are venturing into the dog breeding business.
The problem with this is that a lot of people just start breeding pugs without the necessary experience and the right attitude.
Some of these breeders only care about the money and do not really care about preserving the breed. They cross the pug with other breeds and this results to impurities in the breed.
Here we will show you how to spot good pug breeders that you can trust. As a future pug puppy owner, you should also be responsible for your own choices. If you support irresponsible pug breeders, you share the accountability for reckless pug breeding.
The Breeding Ground
First, visit the place where the breeder keeps his dogs. The first thing that you should check is the cleanliness of the place. A dirty location entails that the breeder is negligent and the dogs are likely to be sick or something. Next, you need to ensure that the breeder does not have a lot of dogs.
If the breeder has an unbelievably huge number of dogs locked up in kennels or crates, what you have is not a breeder someone who is operating a puppy mill. You should not trust these types of people because they are breeding only for the sake of money.
Next, ask if you can see the dam and the sire. This is one best way to check if the parents are purebred and healthy. Scrutinize the dam and sire and check if they are sick or if they are showing signs of potential disease such as runny nose and teary eyes.
Do what you can to validate that the parents are in their best condition. After checking the parents, check the puppies. A healthy pug puppy should be sociable, not a loner. Puppies that isolate themselves are not good.
The Breeder’s Knowledge
Now it is time to check the breeder’s knowledge about pugs. Before you can do this, you need to do your own homework about the breed. Ask your questions and check if the breeder can answer you correctly.
Pug breeders should be able to navigate you through a pug’s life and its attitude, behavior, dietary needs, and so on. If the breeder you are talking to cannot even provide you the right answers to these questions, get out of there.
The Breeder’s Belief
Lastly, the breeder needs to ask you pertinent questions about yourself, your intent in taking a pug, what you know about the pug, where the dog will live, and so on.
Pug breeders worth their salt will not sell their dogs to people who just want pets but cannot commit to keeping the dog healthy in its entire life.
A pug breeder who cares about the dog will not sell you any dog if you do not have the slightest idea how to take care of it. A responsible breeder should also not sell you a dog if your intent is to breed the dog and sell the litter.
Most of the times, good breeders will not even sell you the dog if you will not agree to have the puppy spayed or neutered.
Now that you know how to choose a good breeder, you can make a wise decision and help maintain the great breed of pugs. As mentioned earlier, you share this same accountability with the breeder.
In a sense, irresponsible breeders will never survive if you will not support their business. Understandably, it is difficult to find someone who has all the qualifications described here. Be patient and your virtue will pay off.
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