What do you say when contacting a dog breeder?

What do you say when contacting a dog breeder?

The 15 Most Important Questions To Ask Your Puppy Breeder

  1. How old are the puppies?
  2. Are you able to see the puppy with its mum and dad?
  3. Are you able to see and handle the full litter?
  4. Are they weaned?
  5. What social experiences have the puppies had so far?
  6. What should I feed my puppy?

What do you say when inquiring a puppy?

These are broad and general, but hopefully will help anyone who is searching for a puppy.

  1. Don’t treat puppy buying as a financial transaction.
  2. Politely ask any questions.
  3. Show off your knowledge on the breed.
  4. Express your willingness to take guidance.
  5. Go visit.
  6. Be prepared to answer questions.
  7. Don’t hassle.

What do you say when texting a breeder?

Put as much info as you can about your lifestyle (work, children, etc) and past experience of dogs, what you want the puppy for (show, pet, breed). The more info you put the more likely you are to get a reply, it’s usually 1 line enquiries that breeders don’t respond to.

How many Xolo dogs are there today?

Today it is considered a national treasure in Mexico and was named dog of the year there in 2010. Approximately 30,000 are known to exist worldwide. The American Kennel Club brought the breed back into the fold in 2011. The Xolo currently resides at the intersection of rarity and popularity.

How do you introduce yourself to a breeder?

Introduce yourself to the breeder first, let them get to know you. Ask some questions about the breeder’s dogs and how their puppies are raised. Once you have talked to the breeder a few times, then ask about the price of their puppies.

How often should I contact my breeder?

That usually happens about 6 weeks when they are temperament tested. In my experience there is nothing wrong with calling the breeder some time about the 6-week mark to finalize all the details.

How do you start a conversation with a breeder?

Don’t send out a “shotgun” email to every breeder on your list. Don’t begin the conversation with “Do you have any puppies for sale?” Instead, introduce yourself and where you live, explain how you found them (breeder referral, etc.), and ask if they have a few moments to talk to you about berners.

Can you negotiate puppy prices with a breeder?

You can always negotiate, but you may not be successful. If it is a popular breed and there are others willing to pay the asking price, then I don’t expect you to succeed. If you find someone having a hard time selling their puppies, then often they will lower the price.

How old is the Xolo dog?

3,500 years old
History of the Xolo The Xoloitzcuintli is an ancient breed that traces its roots back to the time of the Aztecs, making the breed at least 3,500 years old. According to the Xoloitzcuintli Club of American, the breed name is a combination of the name of the dog god Xolotl and the Aztec word Itzcuintli, which means dog.

How do breeders pick puppies?

Most breeders don’t allow buyers to choose their own puppies anyway. They pick puppies for the buyers based on what the buyer has specified they are looking for.

What do you ask a breeder?

Questions To Ask A Breeder Before Buying A Dog

  • How Long Have You Been A Breeder?
  • Can I Meet The Parents?
  • How Have The Puppies Been Socialized?
  • Is The Puppy Up-To-Date On Vaccinations And Has He Been Dewormed?
  • What Health Guarantees And Reclaiming Policies Do You Provide In Your Contract?
  • Do You Have References?