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Just a few tips on puppy purchasingFor your information

I would like to remain anonymous because I am a dog breeder and in no way want to come across as an advertisement here. I would just like to give a few tips when buying a puppy. First, never put a deposit down on a puppy that has not yet be born. Deposits are safe to take when pup is past three weeks. Secondly, ALWAYS make sure your puppy has a contract that gives you a certain amount of time for a vet check. Third, always ask to see health history on puppy, it should include weights at certain age intervals, worming date and product used, vaccination dates and sticker off of actual vaccine bottle. Fourth, if possible, buy the puppy from a breeder close enough to you so that you can see the premises and meet the pups parents. Fifth, my contract always includes a buyback option in case puppy can no longer be kept by buyer. This option will show you that your breeder is concerned about the future of the puppy they are selling. I could really go on and on about his subject but hopefully these basics will make it a little easier in the puppy purchasing decision.

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