Puppy selection (part 2)
Poor maintenance, feeding puppies, poor general condition, and especially the condition of the coat, and lethargy of the puppy should be a definite reason for refusing to take the puppy from this litter.
Your pity and hope for – “in time will pass by itself, with our care” – guarantee the purchase of a bouquet of problems with the dog’s health, often until the end of her life.So, we will consider that you were lucky and you got to a decent breeder, in whom all puppies are equally well grown, healthy, have vaccinations necessary for age. And you have already decided what class of puppy you need.
– If you want to buy a future winner of the rings – ask the breeder to help you in choosing.
– If you want just a friend – choose any puppy that you liked.
Another question that torments future owners: who is better to take – a boy or a girl?
The choice of sex, in my opinion, is not significant if you do not intend to use the dog for breeding.
Pugs do not have much difference in the behavior of bitches and males. Males, as a rule, are larger and look more impressive. Bitches are smaller, more flexible and softer in nature.
But then again, everything in this world is relative. There is in the litter a male dog, a most tender creature and a bitch – a leader, a tomboy and a badass.
So it is important to pay attention to the nature of the acquired animal. It’s extremely difficult to navigate in a flock of running tots. Usually pugs are extremely happy with guests and are happy to make contact.
From the outside, they may seem all the same to you. But each of them individually is a person with his own character and inclinations. Therefore, if it is difficult to make a choice yourself – ask the breeder to choose a puppy for you according to your temperament and lifestyle. A responsible breeder will never refuse you this. After all, who else but he knows these kids best of all. After all, it is from his very birth that he has been watching how they eat, sleep and grow, play. But it is in the games that the temperament and character of the dog are most pronounced.
When buying a puppy, you get a package of documents for the baby: a puppy card with which you will then go to the club to exchange for a pedigree, a veterinary passport with notes about vaccinations according to age, a supply of food for the first couple of days and of course recommendations for feeding, raising and raising a pug .