AKC Registered Pug Puppies For Sale
AKC Registered Pugs are adorable, loyal dogs, but they can be expensive. If you are a new breeder, it’s important to learn the basics of dog training so that you can offer AKC Registered Pugs at fair prices. When purchasing AKC registered puppies for sale, it is important to remember the following: a Pug is a highly intelligent dog; a highly trainable dog; a high energy dog. All these factors add to the high cost of these animals.
The first step to purchasing AKC registered pug puppies for sale is to ask the breeder to do a complete health and temperament examination on each of the pups before deciding to buy. Some breeders are hesitant to do this, thinking that it will not give the buyer any information about the litter. However, it is the breeder’s responsibility to do such an examination, so he/she will know whether or not the pups are likely to develop any medical problems, and if they are.
After the breeder does the examination, ask him about AKC rules regarding registered breeding.
You may need to obtain a letter from the registrar, explaining the rules. Next, have the breeder fill out paperwork, including the application, for each of the pups he plans to have for sale. This paperwork will help ensure that the pups are legal in your state because a breeder cannot sell a dog to a non-licensed buyer. Once the paperwork is completed, contact the breeder to let him know where the puppies are located.
When the AKC starts registering purebred dogs, they place a “breeding permit” with the State of Alabama. The location and contact information will appear on the permit. AKC registration papers will come with the pups for sale. You may want to inquire as to why the breeder is required to obtain the breeding permit, as some breeders do not care if the puppies are registered or not. AKC rules specify that the licenses should be renewed periodically, and it is recommended that the breeder renew his license before he places the puppies for sale.
Ask the breeder about his record-keeping.
A good breeder should keep track of his/her puppies’ shots, worming, health records, and anything else that may be pertinent. A good breeder will provide you with a written guarantee on all of his/her puppies’ shots, health records, and anything else pertinent. If you find no such written guarantee, ask the breeder for one, and if he cannot provide one then you would do best not to buy from that breeder.
Ask the breeder about his knowledge of the breed’s temperament and behavior. An AKC Standard should be followed at all times when caring for AKC puppies. Any noticeable bad behavior should be reported immediately to the breeder. You may also ask the breeder to offer you some advice regarding your puppy, its food, and any other important decisions that you may need to make. He may even be willing to take the puppy for a walk and meet its parents.
Ask about the American Kennel Club (AKC) registration and health records of any dog that comes into his or her care.
The breeder should be able to prove that all of his/her puppies have been given appropriate AKC veterinary care. You should also inquire about AKC registration papers for any purebreds that have been registered with the AKC as purebreds. Purebred AKC registered dogs are usually guaranteed for sale and are subject to strict standards of quality in care and breeding.
Ask the breeder how much exercise and playtime his dogs get each day. You should also see if the breeder allows his dogs to go outside each day. Any reputable breeder will not hesitate to let you check the dog’s health during a visit. Ask the breeder to show you any current and past certificates, microchips, and registration tags that the dogs may have already had. A good breeder will be proud enough to show you any necessary paperwork relating to his dogs’ care and well-being.