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How to Pick a Good Breeder

June 29, 2021

When you are looking to add a new furbaby to your home, it is important to ensure that you choose a good breeder that will provide you with a healthy pup. By picking a good breeder, you will be able to gain the best new addition to your family. At Little Teton Doodles, we are passionate about providing you with friendly, wonderful pups. Here are a few tips to help you pick a good breeder!

They Provide You With Resources

A good breeder cares about the health and happiness of their puppies. Due to this, they will provide you with various resources to help you take care of your new puppy. When you are trying to choose the right breeder to meet your needs, you will want to ask them about resources that they may have available, such as veterinarian and pet insurance recommendations, or advice about caring for your new puppy.

Good Breeders Focus on Temperament

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Good breeders tend to focus on temperament above appearance. While appearance can be essential, irresponsible breeders are likely to focus solely on the pup's appearance. A good breeder will consider an array of factors with their puppies, especially the temperament. 

Written Contracts

To feel confident in your puppy purchase, you will want to ensure that the breeder offers a written contract with a guarantee. We use written contracts to finalize the sale of our pups and provide a one-year health guarantee for our puppies. 

Provide Initial Training

There will always be some level of training that you will have to do for your new furbaby. When you need to pick a good breeder, choosing a breeder that provides initial training for the puppies will be beneficial. Basic training will help to get your puppy off to the best possible start. We start crate training, as well as litter box training, to help ease the transition to their new home!

Use Genetic Testing

A good breeder will use genetic testing to ensure the puppies are as healthy as possible. We utilize genetic testing on our dams and sires to help ensure a healthy medical record for the puppies. We also work with a veterinarian to ensure the best health decisions for moms, dads, and puppies.

They Socialize the Puppies

The initial phases of a puppy’s life are often critical in socialization. However, this time period overlaps a great deal with the period of time in which a puppy needs to be with its mama. A good breeder will focus on socializing the puppies as much as possible during this period so that you can have the happiest, friendliest pup possible. We ensure that our puppies get used to spending time around people, including children.

Provide Information About Parents

Knowing about the parents will often help you to gauge the quality of the puppies. When trying to select a good breeder, you will want to check and see if they are willing to provide you with information about the parents. 

Has a Waiting List

An irresponsible breeder may overbreed their dogs to ensure they always have puppies available. This can be incredibly harmful to the dam. A good breeder will likely have a waiting list. This enables them to give their dams a rest and prevent overbreeding. At Little Teton Doodles, we only breed our mamas three to four times.

Choosing a good breeder will often help you to gain the best furbaby for your family. These tips can help you to ensure that you work with a good, responsible breeder. If you’re ready to find the perfect pup for your family, contact us at Little Teton Doodles today!

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