Dog Breeders – Directory of Reputable Dog Breeders Near You
If you are looking for a purebred or designer puppy to add to your family, the only source from which you should get your puppy is from a reputable dog breeder. Never buy a puppy at a pet store, or from someone offering more than 4 breeds.
Pet stores source the puppies they sell from puppy mills, and anyone who has more than 3 breeds of dog in their program is a puppy mill, or at the very least, a backyard breeder.
Dogs and Puppies Central is proud to offer our growing directory of responsible dog breeders offering healthy, home raised puppies for sale to approved homes.
Dog Breeders Listed By Breed of Dog
Directory of reputable Rat Terrier breeders in Georgia. Find healthy, home-raised Rat Terrier puppies for sale near you.
616 Dry Fork Road
P.O. Box 1001
Glennville, GA 30427
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Newfoundland Dog Breeders in South Dakota
Contact: Tammy Swanson
Ph: (605) 894-4496
We ship within the USA
Breeding to the standards for beautiful, loving, lifetime family members! Contact us today to apply for your quality AKC registered Newfoundland puppy.
About Our Newfoundland Puppies Breeding Program
Snowymeadow Newfoundlands breeds for lifetime family members! We are very proud of the Newfoundland puppies we have produced. We are small, caring breeders, and only breed when we have the time to give ourselves fully to raising a litter. We breed for quality – not quantity!
Snowymeadow Newfoundlands has two home-bred Champions, and more plans for the future!
Our Champions are: Mexican, Costa Rican Latin American, Grande, Champion Snowymeadows Lucky Leprechaun; and Nicaraguan Champion Snowymeadows Prince of Thieves.
Our Reference Sires are:
- AKC, CH Tarbeary Goes Dairy With TLC. – Landseer. All health clearances.
- AKC CH JCEA’s Blue Ribbon CGC – Black Landseer Rec All health clearances.
- AKC CH Stargazers Jax R Wild – Black Bronze Rec All health clearances.
Newfoundland Puppy Health Information
We raise our Newfoundland puppies in our family room. Mom gives birth in the family room, and the puppies are watched 24 hours a day for the first 3 weeks. After that time, when they grow out of their whelping box, they move to the room off of our kitchen, and stay there until they are old enough to be vaccinated and vet-checked. At this point they are usually ready to meet their new families.
All of the Newfoundland dogs in our breeding program have been looked at by a vet prior to breeding, and all are vaccinated and up to date on everything before they are bred. Our Newfoundlands have been x-rayed, OFA, PENN Hip, OVC Hips and Elbows, and are Cystinuria tested.
Puppies are vet-checked and vaccinated before being placed in their new homes, and we offer a 1 year written health guarantee, details of which are provided in our sales contract. All of our pet quality puppies are sold on a spay or neuter contract; after we receive your vet’s confirmation that the puppy has been altered, we will send your puppy’s registration papers to you.
Purchasing Your Newfoundland Puppy From Us
We are responsible breeders and the welfare of our puppies is the most important thing to us. We want the kind of homes where our puppies will receive the same love and care that we give to all of our Newfoundlands. There is so much information out there on the Newfoundland breed, so please take the time to do your research on the breed before making a commitment to purchase one of our puppies. Newfoundlands require a lot of grooming and attention – and, yes, they drool! We are here to answer your questions! Just email and we will be happy to help you in any way that we can.
We sincerely hope that all of our puppy placements are permanent, but Snowymeadow Newfoundlands are always welcome back to our kennel if the new owners are unable to keep them for any reason. Our puppies must never end up in a shelter or rescue.
Get in Touch With Snowymeadow Newfoundlands
If you are thinking of adding a Newfoundland puppy to your family, please get in touch with us. We’ll be delighted to speak with you and help you make an educated decision in the right choice of a puppy for you. Feel free to call us, visit our website, or send an email.
We are located near Sioux Falls, SD and Sioux City, IA and within reasonable driving distance of Omaha, NE, Lincoln, NE, Minneapolis, MN and Saint Paul, MN.
Affenpinscher Dog Breeders – Affenpinscher Puppies For Sale
Find Responsible Affenpinscher Dog Breeders (Kennels) in the USA, Canada, UK, Australia and Other Countries World-Wide.
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About Finding a Reputable Affenpinscher Breeder
Finding the right Affenpinscher breeder from whom to purchase a puppy is as important a decision as your choice in the Affenpinscher dog breed for your family. It’s extremely important to locate a breeder that is knowledgeable about the Affenpinscher dog breed, highly selective in their breeding program (breeding only healthy, sound, conformationally correct dogs of good temperament to other like dogs in an effort to produce exceptionally beautiful, healthy and even- tempered puppies).
What is a reputable Affenpinscher Breeder?
- A responsible breeder will screen their breeding dogs for any health concerns that are prevalent in the breed, and ensure that dogs are health prior to breeding.
- A responsible Affenpinscher breeder will obviously love their dogs and treat them as members of the family, providing their Affenpinscher dogs and puppies with plenty of love, attention, companionship, exercise, play and socialization, in addition to good quality nutrition and regular veterinary care.
- A responsible Affenpinscher breeder will be careful and selective about those with whom puppies will be placed. They’ll want to know about you and your family living situation, financial resources, daily schedule and the environment in which you intend your puppy to live.
- A responsible Affenpinscher breeder wants to ensure that their puppies are placed in the very best homes possible.
Learn More About Affenpinscher Dogs and Puppies
Want to learn more about the Affenpinscher dog breed before bringing a puppy into your home? Learn about Affenpinscher dogs including Affenpinscher history, appearance, Affenpinscher health, temperament, Affenpinscher training, exercise needs, grooming needs and more, to help you decide if the Affenpinscher is the right dog breed for you and your family.
Want to list your kennel? Just click here to register and we’ll be happy to showcase your dogs and puppies on our Affenpinscher breeders directory.
Pomeranian Health Problems, Issues, Concerns & Symptoms
Pomeranian health problems are many. Pomeranians can be prone to a number of hereditary health issues and conditions. That is why choosing a responsible breeder from which to purchase your Pomeranian puppy is very important. Responsible Pomeranian breeders will be well educated about the breed. They will carefully screen their breeding dogs for disorders that can affect these wonderful small dogs.
Pomeranian health problems include, but are not limited to:
Special Teacup Pomeranian Health Problems
Pomeranians that are even smaller than the norm are referred to as “Teacup Pomeranians”. Unfortunately, it has become fashionable to own dogs that are very tiny. In the past, these dogs would have been considered “runts”. It is well-known that runts are not as healthy or strong as their litter-mates.
These so-called Teacup Pomeranians can have a ton of health problems. Hypoglycemia and neurological problems are most common, and can easily result in death. Teacup Pomeranians are also extremely delicate and can very easily be injured.
Recently there was some media attention on celebrity, Kelly Osborne, who lost not one, but two of her beloved ‘Teacup Pomeranians” to health problems. It is thought that these puppies were purchased from a “puppy store” in Pinellas Park, Florida, that was the subject of investigation for selling puppy mill puppies that were very sick. This allegation is supported by a “letter of reference” from Sharon Osborne that the puppy store had been displaying on their website.
We STRONGLY recommend against buying any Pomeranian puppy advertised as a Teacup, Mini, Micro-Mini, Miniature, etc. No reputable breeder of Pomeranians would intentionally breed smaller than normal Pomeranians in order to profit from a fashion trend. Usually, Teacup Pomeranians are sold at extremely high prices – often in boutique pet stores.
NEVER buy a puppy of any kind from a pet shop, puppy boutique or online puppy shop. Your only source for a Pomeranian puppy should be a highly responsible breeder who is a member of her local breed club. Chances are you will pay much less for a much healthier, happier and well-socialized Pomeranian puppy. You will also get the ongoing support of an expert in the breed.
A responsible Pomeranian dog breeder will be well educated about the problems that can occur in the Pomeranian dog breed. CERF eye test and OFA X-rays (knees/elbows) should be done on breeding dogs before breeding.
For further reading about Pomeranian health problems, here is a very informative web site dedicated to education about health concerns in the Pomeranian dog breed:
Bernese Mountain Dog Health Issues
Some common health concerns for your Bernese Mountain Dog include; CHD, elbow dysphasia, mast cell tumour, gastric torsion, cataracts, entopion, ectropion, SAS, hypomyelination, allergies, hepatocerebellar degeneration, hypothyroidism, PRA.
Note: The Bernese Mountain Dog is intolerant to heat and is very susceptible to heat stroke.
The Bernese Mountain Dog has a short life expectancy. There is a Swiss expression explains the Bernese Mountain Dog most succinctly, Three years a young dog and three years an old dog, All else is a gift from God.
Bernese Mountain Dog Health Resources
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Common Boxer Dog Health Problems, Issues and Concerns
Like with all purebred dog breeds there are several Boxer dog health problems that can occur. It’s important to know about these Boxer health issues if you are considering adding a Boxer puppy to your family. Or maybe you already are the proud owner of a Boxer dog that is showing symptoms of one of the health conditions that can affect Boxers.
The life expectancy of the Boxer dog breed is 11 to 14 years. The adult male will stand 22 to 25 inches and weigh 60 to 70 pounds. Females are slightly smaller.
The main Boxer dog health problem is that they are more likely to get cancer than other breeds once they reach the age of eight years.
Other major Boxer health concerns include sub-aortic stenosis, cardiomyopathy and hip dysplasia.
Boxers are also prone to epilepsy, allergies and skin conditions.
Boxer dogs have a tendency toward sensitive stomachs and excessive flatulence and a proper diet is essential.
Special Health Problems in White Boxers
White Boxers tend to have more health problems than fawn or brindle Boxers and have a high tendency toward deafness. Many experts do not recommend breeding White Boxers with other Boxers of any color to avoid increasing the prevalence of hereditary defects within the gene pool. At one time many breeders would euthanize white puppies but now the common practice is to spay or neuter the puppy and place it with a family as a companion animal.
How to Avoid Boxer Dog Health Problems
While there is no 100% foolproof way to prevent Boxer dog health problems, choosing your Boxer breeder very carefully can definitely stack the cards in your favor.
More Resources About Boxer Health Problems
The Everything Boxer Book: A Complete Guide to Raising, Training, And Caring for Your Boxer (Everything (Pets))