Choosing a specific breed or mixed puppy will affect how you prepare for your new dog, from the predictability of their size and energy levels to the type of fur they have, and even their temperament.
Different purebreds, as well as mixed breed puppies, have very different needs and temperaments in the transition to adulthood. Therefore, if you consider the options at the outset, you will be more confident that you can care for your dog and ensure their health and well-being.
Purebred puppy selection
Buying a dog from a breeder means that when the puppy becomes an adult, it will exhibit the physical traits and behavioral traits expected from selection by the breeder or breeder.
Many people tend to choose a particular breed just by looking at their physical appearance. However, beyond its physical dimension, each breed has certain behavioral traits that you should know before making your choice.
There are more than 300 well-known breeds to choose from. The best way to gather information is to meet with breed clubs and breeders.