Where To Get a Puppy
Are you getting a new dog or thinking about it? We’re so excited for you and we know you’ll give your new companion a great, loving home.
Once you’ve decided you’re ready for a dog, the next big decision is where to find this lifelong family member. You’ll want to make sure to NOT get an animal from a puppy mill and that’s not always easy to recognize.
Sadly, some places that seem like great puppy sources may not be, but if you follow our top puppy-buying tips, you’ll be far more likely to secure a healthy, well-socialized dog who doesn’t drain your emotions or your wallet.
Consider Adoption First
Don’t Get a Puppy From a Pet Store
Don’t Believe Promises That Puppies Are “Home-Raised” or “Family-Raised”
Avoid the Temptation To “Rescue” a Puppy Mill Dog by Buying Them
Do Your Part: Pledge To Help Stop Puppy Mills!
Help rescue and protect animals!
Care and Rehabilitation Centre
Animals have been rescued from the dog meat trade, puppy mills and other situations of cruelty and neglect.