It is important to inform yourself and research any breed before deciding to bring a dog into the family. Puppy mills and backyard breeders do not produce quality examples of any breed in terms of type, health, or temperament. These operations breed for the sake of breeding, rather than to improve the quality of the dogs they produce. They do not perform the proper health clearances of either the dogs that they breed, nor of the puppies that they sell. They also do not have a deep knowledge of each of the breeds that they sell, so they are not equipped to properly answer your questions and help guide you through the process of buying and owning a dog.
 
To ensure that you are bringing a loving new member into your home, do not be afraid to ask questions of your breeder. A breeder who does not openly welcome questions is likely not someone from whom to buy. Below, are some topics that should be covered before you purchase a new animal:
 
   ** how many breeds in which the seller is actively involved (more than 3 is a sign of danger)
   ** how many litters the seller produces per year
   ** the health clearances that the seller performs on both breeding animals as well as puppies
   ** guarantees and a written contract with the sale of every dog
   ** vaccinations and vet checks performed on puppies
   ** conditions in which dogs (both puppies as well as older dogs) are kept
   ** how puppies are socialized
 
Take these steps to ensure that you buy from a reputable breeder. If you should have any questions about the breed, or regarding a seller, please contact us. 
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