How to choose a puppy

Choosing a puppy is, on the one hand, an extremely thrilling thing. Just imagine your dreams came true and you are standing surrounded by adorable little angels who all want to lick you and play with you. On the other hand, it is a very important moment and it will influence greatly the future life of you and your pet. The most vital about it is not to be in a hurry, not to be overwhelmed by the emotions and be serious while making a decision.

We hope you have already made up your mind regarding who you would like to have more a Biewer lady or a Biewer gentleman. Thus we will touch upon some other vital things to be taken into consideration while making a choice.

  • Please try to have a look at all the puppies of a litter or all the puppies left.

The puppies should look quite satisfied, curious of what is going on and should not be aggressive.

  • Please try to stay alone with a puppy you liked most.

It will give you a chance to understand more about a puppy’s temper. A puppy which seemed shy may become more confident and an extremely active puppy may calm down. Most people should look for an average good-tempered puppy that doesn’t seem to be dominating. Though it will make a perfect pet for most owners, a shy puppy as well as a hyper active puppy will make fantastic dogs in case you are able to build a good relationship with them and train them properly.

  • Please try to estimate how healthy a puppy looks.

A healthy puppy is always active and curious; his eyes are clear bright and shining with interest.

  • Please do not neglect a Breeder’s opinion and comments.

Even if you have already made up your mind do not neglect a breeder’s comments. He is a person who knows the puppies best of all and if you deal with a reputable breeder he will make his best to help you choose the right puppy. A reputable breeder will never sacrifice his name to mislead you in your choice.

  • Please do not take with you your under age kids or children who can’t behave themselves.

The fact is that children may be very helpful and cooperative while choosing a puppy or driving it home. But if your kid is too small or your child requires his parent’s constant attention and doesn’t behave it may become a problem. It goes without saying your puppy should be the only baby to be taken care of while driving back home. Moreover, if your child is not able to understand the rules how to deal with a Biewer puppy and is too inconsiderate you should probably give up the idea of adopting a Biewer puppy and think of some other breed.

«Whoever said you can't buy happiness forgot little puppies». Gene Hill

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