You have many options when looking for a puppy. You can buy a puppy or adopt one for free. While there are usually lots of puppies out there, the real question is how to choose the right mini teddy bear dog. Here are a few things you need to know to make sure you are happy with your choice.
If you wish to take part in exhibitions and captivity on the street, contact the coop owner in advance. Ask your vet for recommendations if you are unsure. There are too many operations and dirty factories for puppies to work as-is. Why support these places? Check carefully before looking. The last thing you want to do is find a puppy and then find out that they have a serious health problem.
Second, if you decide to buy from a pet store, ask for written documentation that shows where the puppy came from. This usually doesn't happen to people who go to pet stores looking for puppies. After all, this is a pet shop. Of course, they have to love animals and take good care of them. Why else do they have a pet shop? Law? Not always.
Third, don't buy puppies that are under 8 weeks of age. This is the minimum age a puppy will be ready to be separated from its mother if you want a dog that is healthy and adaptable.