When you buy a Siberian husky puppy, you not only need to pay attention to the puppy, but the breeder. You want to buy from a breeder who understands the importance of properly caring for the puppy so that physical and emotional problems with the puppy are avoided. If you are buying a puppy, here is what you need to know.
What Should You Look for in the Breeder?
The Siberian husky you buy needs to come from a well-maintained environment. If not, the puppy could have health problems that are not discovered until after the sale is final. When you are inspecting the puppy, you can pay close attention to the environment in which it currently lives and how it has been treated to determine if the breeder has properly cared for it.
For instance, ask the breeder about the puppy's vaccine. If the puppy has all its vaccinations, a vet has seen and examined it. You can ask for a copy of the puppy's medical records to find out if there are any health problems.
You should also look at the space in which the puppy lives. Siberian husky puppies need lots of room to exercise and play. If the puppy was kept in a small area, chances are, it did not get the exercise needed.
In addition to this, you should pay attention to the questions that the breeder is asking you. A breeder who cares about the puppies will want to ensure that they are being taken to a good environment. If the breeder is not curious about you, your family, and your home, you should be concerned.
Is Your Home Ready for the Puppy?
Once you find a good breeder and buy your puppy, you must take it home. Unfortunately, some new Siberian husky puppy owners are not quite prepared for the experience and end up playing catch up. You can avoid this by making sure your home and family are ready for the newest member to the household.
You can start by making sure the climate is right for your puppy. Your puppy needs to be in an area that is cool. Being in heat a lot can make your puppy ill. You also want to make sure that your puppy has room to grow and exercise.
If you have other pets, such as birds and cats, you need to make sure they are in an area that is inaccessible to the puppy. As your puppy ages, it could have trouble with positively interacting with smaller pets.Share
22 August 2017
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