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Here are some important information you must pay attention before buying your puppy:
* Try to learn all about the breed you are looking for;
* The best way to ensure a long and happy relationship with a purebred dog is to purchase from a responsible breeder, and you must contact the Kennel Club in your area, and ask for a list of a breeder referral;
* The word tea-cup has been used for years as a selling tactic by people to make their dogs sound more rare, and it is not true. The term tea-cup is not found in the breed standards. So, please be aware of this, and keep away from the people who are using this term to sell their puppies;
* Choose to work with breeders who provides a written health guarantee, and the purchase contract that defines the purchasing and garantee at agreed prices and conditions;
* If you are looking for a pet puppy, the puppy must be spayed or neutered before leaving the breeder's home, or even they must be sold on a non-breeding agreement and signed for both parts and the puppy must be spayed/ neutered before the sexual maturity;
* The puppy must have at least 2 vaccinations, de-wormed, microchip or tattooed, and must come with a vet check-up;
* Most reputable dog breeders will not let their puppies go before 12 weeks of age, because the first 12 weeks of a puppy's life are so important to its healthy development.