Good Breeder, Good puppy, Good transition




image

Good Breeder, Good puppy, Good transition

July 25, 2023 Posted by The Bibbyboo Team

You should expect nothing but the best from the stud you purchase your french bulldog puppy from. Listed under is the minimum you should expect/accept from your place of purchase and if its not a smooth transition, think twice before you purchase. Take your time, don’t be rushed by anyone.

It is expected that by the time you pick up your new puppy the breeder will have spent hours raising and caring for your new baby. You should be able to be confident your puppy will have been held and played with, spent plenty of time playing with his or her litter mates, mixed with other animals, and have been fawned over by the visitors.

Effectively you can expect your puppy to be well socialised with little fear of the everyday happenings in the home and surrounds.

At the time you meet the puppy, he or she should be healthy, clean, and up to date with worming. The puppy should have a nice soft coat, flea free, bright, clear eyes, clean ears, and well-trimmed nails. The puppy should not have any odour or skin irritation. If the presentation of the puppy is less than satisfactory, you need to ask yourself what else are you not seeing? Is there reason for concern? Has the health and care of the puppy been the priority?

Your puppy should also be on the way to toilet training. Here at Bibbyboo we train to a grass mat ready for the transition of going to the toilet outside in the yard or if you live in an apartment ready for the balcony.

So remember – Look carefully, think clearly and be alert to ‘tell tail’ signs of a less than

Latest Posts

Good Breeder, Good puppy, Good transition

July 25, 2023 / The Bibbyboo Team

Your dog and their feet

January 18, 2023 / The Bibbyboo Team

Am I ready for a French Bulldog

January 18, 2023 / The Bibbyboo Team

Not every Nose is equal!

January 18, 2023 / The Bibbyboo Team

French Bulldogs are Companions

January 18, 2023 / The Bibbyboo Team