The Breeder’s Questions
Questions to be Ready For
Any good breeder will have a long list of questions for you. You must be honest when answering these questions. An experienced breeder will recognize a fib. If they don’t, all you are doing is causing yourself problems in the future. Remember, a good breeder's priority is the puppy’s well being, which directly transfers into your well being. The following is a list of common questions.
- What is your experience with dogs?
- How many dogs have you owned?
- Why do you want a Doberman?
- Have you owned a Doberman before?
- Do you currently own a Doberman – if so, how many?
- What are your training and showing goals with your Doberman?
- Including age, how many people and animals are in your household?
- Is breeding an intention or possibility in the future with this Doberman?
- Who will be in charge of training and discipline of your Doberman?
- Do you own your own home, if not, will you have a letter from your landlord approving a Doberman?
- Is your yard fenced in?
- How do you intend for your Doberman to be outside for exercise and potty breaks?
- How many hours are you away from home?
- Where will the puppy sleep and be kept when you are not home?
- How much interaction to you foresee between you and your Doberman?
- What would you do if you find that your Doberman is not working out?
- Do you have experience taping cropped ears?
Created: Sun, 2010-01-24 17:50
Last updated: Tue, 2010-01-26 01:40