So how do you find the right pug breeder and one which is doing it for the right reasons and not just for the financial reward?

Because of their adorable good looks & charm, Pugs are currently one of the most popular breeds today, which means that there are a lot of people breeding them. To help you we have put together a list of our top 10 tips to help you find the right pug breeder for you.
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You will be living with your new pug for the next decade plus, so you don’t want to rush into things. Firstly you should read these articles to make sure are pugs the right breed for you and that xxxx. The main reason for finding the best breeder is to ensure that the puppy is healthy, of good nature, follows the correct breeding procedure and one which xxxx.

Here our top 10 tips to find right pug breeder:

1. Part of a pug club or kennel Club – A great starting point is to look for a breeder who belongs to a pug national breed club, which would be xxx in the United Kingdom and the Pug Dog Club of America in America. The pug breeder may also belong to other local breed clubs or all-breed kennel clubs. Involvement in these clubs usually indicates that the breeder is committed to the breed and that they keep up-to-date on health issues and other things that are important to the breed. They know their peers and their peers know them.

2. Compete in shows -Reputable pug breeders often compete with their dogs. If they compete with their dogs, it means that their dogs are constantly being judged against the breed standard and against other good dogs. This again solidifies their commitment to taking good care of their pugs.

3. Will question you and your home environment - A reputable pug breeder will thoroughly screen you before allowing you to purchase one of their pugs. This is a very good thing and not something you should be offended by. The pug breeder just wants to make sure the person taking their little ones home will provide a loving place for the pug.

4. Provide a contract or receipt of deposit - A reputable pug breeder should provide a contract that spells out the terms of your sale as well as the guarantees they offer for the pug. What will they do if the dog becomes sick soon after the sale? What will they do in case of genetic health problems? It is not the breeder’s responsibility to replace the pug if he becomes sick because of something the owner does or because the dog contracts a disease when he’s two years old. However, if a dog becomes sick as the result of a genetic health problem that could be a different matter. This may not be important to you at all, but if it is, a contract is the way to go.

5. Follow up with a VET - A reputable pug breeder will require you to have a vet examine your dog or puppy within 2-3 days of taking him home. This will verify that the dog or puppy is healthy at the time you received the dog.

6. A puppy pack - A reputable pug breeder will give you written instruction on the care, feeding, grooming and training of your pug. You should also receive any immunization or veterinary records that the pug already has.

7. Keeping you in the loop - A reputable pug breeder will want to be kept informed about your pug’s progress. They will want to be updated as your dog develops and to know about any problems.

8. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic - Reputable pug breeders should be able to give you good references from other people who have gotten pug puppies from them or done breedings with them.

9. Papers and certificates - A reputable pug breeder will give you a copy of your pug’s pedigree and his registration papers (or transfer of ownership papers).

10. Dietary requirement and basic training - A reputable pug breeder may require that you spay or neuter the pug before they give you the pug’s registration papers. The American Kennel Club allows this as long as it is spelled out in the contract.
You will find many cases, pug breeders have devoted decades to breeding pugs, they will be story tellers and will want to find as much about you as you do they. They look after the puppies for 2 months, before handing them over so they want to make sure that each pug puppy goes the perfect home. Do you homework... This site if full of helpful ideas and articles to help you learn, discover and understand pugs before you dive in at the deep end. Now that your all set, why not read our article on Finding a pug breeder Photo Credits: Main