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We are delighted to hear that. All Havanese, whether showing or breeding dogs, or performance stars or anything else, all deserve to be first and foremost beloved companions ie) pets.
A CKC Registered Dog equals a Pure Bred Dog - This is TRUE; In Canada, the definition of a pure bred dog is a dog of pure proven lineage that is registered by an approved registry.
Many puppy buyers are under the impression that registered puppies are more expensive and that registration costs are very high - This is untrue.
That paper may matter a lot more than you think.
A breed standard is basically a blue print for the breed. Good breeders strive to breed dogs as closely as possible to this blueprint.
While an asking price may appear to be higher from a reputable breeder, in part this may be a reflection of all of the testing has been done on their dogs and they guarantee the health of
FALSE – but that sure is what the pet stores want you to see. Of course the puppies are lonely.
A breeder that will sell their dogs without papers is often a back yard breeder or commercial breeder who does not do any genetic testing and for a lower cost you could end up with a puppy that has
Anyone who has bred a litter of puppies is by definition a "breeder". That is not an endorsement of quality or care.
We do understand that. Once you have made the decision to add a puppy to your family, it is difficult to wait. And that’s another ploy used by unethical breeders.