Archive for the 'Breeders' Category

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Classic Dog Article: What Makes A Good Breeder?

May 17th, 2010

We’re huge supporters of shelters and rescue groups, but we also have immense respect for reputable breeders – those individuals that put endless hours, expenses and effort into bettering the breed they love. So how can you tell if a breeder is responsible? Today’s classic article will help you do just that (and will also […]

Classic Dog Article: Interview With A Scottie Expert!

February 22nd, 2010

The Scottish Terrier has been thrust into the spotlight after Ch Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot (otherwise known as “Sadie”) took home Best In Show at Westminster last week. Today’s classic article is one of our in-depth interviews with a breed expert; Cindy Cooke has been working with Scotties for over 30 years and has authored […]

5 Ways To Tell A Responsible Breeder

June 24th, 2009

Puppies are hard to resist, but before you fall in love, make sure you reference this list of 5 ways to know you’re dealing with an ethical, responsible breeder. (Also consider a rescue puppy! There are dog’s of every shape and size that need homes too!) Photo by gaxel Ethical Breeders…. * Breed to better […]

Ask the Dog Guide: Unusual Mix

January 1st, 2009

Question: What do you think about a cross between a Bullmastiff and Jack Pug? Yeah, strange… We know, but they’re adorable. Regards, Ross Answer: I presume that by “Jack Pug,” you mean a Jack Russel Terrier/Pug cross, but either way, while I’m sure mixing such a dog with a Bullmastiff could potentially produce adorable puppies, […]

Classic Dog Article: How To Choose A Reputable Breeder

December 8th, 2008

Putting a boy dog and a girl dog together does not a breeder make! There is a huge amount of time, expertise, financial investment and responsibility that goes into ethical breeding. This week’s classic article is an extensive guide to what you should look for in a breeder, and what you should avoid as well. […]

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