It is important to make sure the puppies are old enough to be handed over to their new owners. You should expect to take at least 8 weeks, but also that they are fully weaned. Some breeds require more time, and some breeders want to have more time for the puppies to ensure they are healthy. No matter what decision you make, it is important that you continue to train and socialize your dog while you. At 8-10 weeks, the puppy will have a good idea of what it means to relieve themselves outside and eat alone. You can then feel free to give it to their new home. Just be sure to you and the puppy is ready for this new phase.
Remember that sometimes the mother of the puppies has things to teach their children even after being weaned, so you may want to wait for this to happen. It is important to draw up contracts to deliver the pups. Please make sure to have a good contract with the owner to which you can refer, in which detail what the new owner should do with the dog. You can include issues such as puppy-back system or where the owner decides to play. Also, you can include a clause stating that the puppy must be returned if the owner can not have it. Remember it is not something that someone is buying, is a life – so make sure to rinse this in the contract. There are several issues you can include in a contract for the sale of a puppy:. Return.
What if the owner can not have it? . Can the dog be exhibited in shows? . Spay / neuter. How should the dog be treated? . Can the dog to live outdoors, or to live in? . Much is the puppy? . It is the breeder responsible for any issue that happens in the life of the puppy? . What are the responsibilities of the new owner? A good contract will give you peace of mind that the puppy will be well cared for. The contract must be signed by all parties involved, and you have it notarized. Remember that not matter how good the transaction, can develop problems, so that the contract is always a good idea. Checking up on the cubs always something you should do is check with your puppies welfare. Many contracts between farmers and owners include clauses indicating that it must provide information and photos of the dog breeder every certain amount of time. This is done for many reasons. It allows you to have control over the puppies, and allows you to make sure you have a good home. Also lets you know that the contract is in compliance. Also, monitor the growth of the dogs will allow you to determine what type of dogs came out of your breeding program. This will give you an idea of whether the objectives have been met, if your breeding program is successful. Moreover, he discovers all the secrets to train your dog with Dog Training in: Thanks and have a nice day! April Sanchez.