Adopt a puppy
Can you offer a forever home to a dog or puppy in our care?
If you've decided to buy from a breeder, and are sure it's the right decision for you, follow out top tips to ensure that the puppy you're buying is healthy and happy.
Before you arrange to visit a puppy, it’s a good idea to phone and ask some questions first. Here are some examples of questions to ask a puppy breeder:
Take a look at our full range of Questions for a breeder (PDF 1.16MB) and get hints and tips of what to look for.
When you meet the puppies, there are some important things to check:
When it comes to picking your puppy, try and look for the happy interactive puppy. Spend plenty of time with the dog and don't feel rushed, they'll be your responsibility for many years to come. Don't buy on the first visit. Use our Visiting a puppy checklist (PDF 1.66MB) to keep you on track.
You'll need to make sure you guide and train them to develop into happy and much loved companions. This is just the beginning of the exciting adventure of dog ownership.
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