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Spotting a fake Pug breeder

You have taken the first step and decided that it is time to get a new pet and that pet is going to be a Pug. Now that you have decided what kind of dog to get, the next thing you need is information on where to get your new pet from.

Probably the first thing you are going to want to know is the steps you can take in spotting a fake Pug breeder so that you can avoid doing business with them. There are tools you can use and questions you can ask that can help you weed out the fake Pug breeders from the good ones.

The first thing you can do is hit the Internet and see if the Pug breeders you are considering are listed with any of the breeding registries throughout the United States. A breeding registry is an agency that sets breeding standards that its members follow and if you have a Pug breeder that does not belong to any breeding registry then that can call their legitimacy into question.

There is no substitute for a vet when it comes to a resource for valuable pet information. When you are looking for a Pug breeder you can always run the names of prospective breeders by your vet and see if they have any advice to offer you on the Pug breeders you are considering.

If you do not have a vet selected yet then the best time to select one is during the breeder selection process and then be certain to bring the vet into the selection process along with you.

Local law enforcement is going to also be a resource for valuable information in the search for the perfect Pug breeder for you. If you are considering a Pug breeder that has a track record with the local law officials then it is probably a good guess that you want to avoid that particular breeder at all costs. Many people neglect to check with law enforcement before making this important decision, don't you make that mistake.

The only real way to determine if the Pug breeder you are considering is fake or not is by talking to them and finding out how they do business. Any good Pug breeder will make sure that a new owner leaves with not just their new pup but also with detailed care and feeding instructions as well as food samples so you know exactly what food to feed your dog.

If the breeder you are considering does not offer this then you may be talking to a breeder that is not complete legitimate and will require further research before you can safely do business with them.

The process of getting a new pet is a long one that requires patience and making the right decisions. To help yourself out you can use questions and the tools available to eliminate any of the fake Pug breeders so that you do not waste time talking to people you do not want to do business with. Doing your homework before investing in a new pet is the responsibility of every pet owner.

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