Ask your Vet: If you have never had a puppy before, ask your vet about potential pups for sale. The vet may have some suggestions for you to consider or might even be able to give you contact information of other breeders in your area. You can also research online for potential Puppies for sale. Ask your neighbors if they have any recommendations or good Puppies for sale. Make sure the breeder is a licensed breeder in your state and not someone who is just looking to move in and start breeding Puppies.
Ask around: Talk to everyone you know for advice on where to find Puppies. There are always people who love dogs and have Puppies for sale or who own a dog and would be glad to help you with your search. Always ask for referrals so that you have as many ideas as possible and have them available for your perusal.
Find the “big dogs” for sale: Right around eight weeks old, the Puppies that are considered the “big dogs” will begin to really show some signs of intelligence. At this time, they will be ready to go to obedience school and begin training. You can also expect to see them at dog shows and get asked to judge the dog competitions at this time. At this point, the Puppies for sale will be at the highest level of skills so that they can be of service to you for years to come.
Get Started with a Facebook Page: If you do not already have a business page or a Facebook business page, now is the time to set one up. Having your own page gives you instant access to interested buyers, makes it easier to update your products and services, and provides an opportunity to interact with other buyers. You can sell Puppies during puppy season but you cannot get as much business as you could if you had your own personal page. Make sure to include everything you have to offer, post photos from all occasions, and always respond to messages.
Reach out to Local Breeders: Many local breeders have their own Facebook pages or can be reached through email. Ask them if they know of anyone who might be looking for a puppy. Reaching out to your local community helps you connect with buyers who are very familiar with the type of puppy you have available. In addition, if a new owner contacts you about your Puppies for saleat dog peer, take them to your site for further information. Let the new owner know that you will offer help and take proper care of their new pet.
You should have all of these pieces in place by the end of the first eight weeks of life. Puppies are best sold when they are fresh and in good health. By offering Puppies at this early stage, you minimize your expenses since you will not need to spend money on vaccinations, deworming, or worming. You also minimize your risk of getting an unhappy pet by knowing that the parents are healthy and happy.