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Tips for Buying a New Puppy

It can take us months to find the right place, weeks to buy a car and days to find the right outfit. So, why do so many people purchase puppies in a hurry? Why is it okay to buy a pet as a surprise? If you are looking for an amazing puppy with a verified breeder you can look it up on Bernedoodle puppies for sale

While there aren’t any real answers to these questions, it could have something to do the surge of emotions that people feel when they find a dog available for purchase. There’s no denying that there is an overwhelming desire for a puppy to be your own and taken home. Although these feelings are natural, you should not buy a puppy just because it feels right.

Before the Search

Before you start actively looking for a companion dog, make sure you do your research on the breeds available and find the right one for you. It is important to find a dog who will complement your lifestyle and be an asset. It is not a good idea to have a Border Collie if you live alone in a city, and are working outside of your home. A Pug and Bulldog are more suitable for this situation.

These are some questions to ask when you start your dog search.

Is my home large enough for a small/medium/large-size dog?

Do I have a fenced-in area where my dog can run and play outside?

Can I allow dogs in my apartment

Can I take care of my dog properly? If not, can I arrange for a dog-walker to come along during the day

Will I take responsibility for the dog’s hair and food? Is it possible to deal with a puppy that chews my clothes/furniture or causes an accident?

Do I have the funds to purchase food, toys or kennels for my new dog? )?

Are there any small children living in my house? Are there small children in my home? If so, is the dog OK with them?

Where to search

Three options are available for you to find your new puppy: a rescue, a pet store or a breeder.