How To Choose Your Puppy?

So you’ve decided that you’re ready to get a puppy. Now the next question, which puppy should you get?

During the publication of this article, the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) or World Canine Organization recognizes 339 breeds of dogs. That’s a hella lot of different breeds of puppies to choose from.

Not to mention you’ll also have to decide on the gender and the color, the size of the puppy that you’re getting, among other things.

Some of the most popular breeds of puppies include:

Bulldogs
Labrador
Beagle
Golden Retriever
German Shepperd
Poodle
Chihuahua
Dachshund
Terrier
Boxer

So how will you decide which puppy to get? Well, it all comes down to you.

First, some puppies prefer warmer weather while others do well in cold. So you’ll have to consider where do you currently live and where do you plan to raise the puppy.

Second, you’ll have to consider that puppies will become fully grown dogs. They don’t stay small and cute and cuddly forever (I wish we do) but like babies, puppies will eventually mature.

Therefore, a crucial thing you’ll have to consider before getting a puppy is to think about what kind of dog do you want to have in your house years from now.

Would you rather have a big one to guard of your home when you’re out, or something small that you can still carry in your lap years from now?

Different breeds of puppies might defer in needs and level of attention so before you make up your mind, you should know exactly what kind of puppy you’re getting.

You can also do further research on each breed of dogs and which of them would be suitable in your home and fits the fur-buddy that you’re hoping to have.

Thanks to the Internet, there is an abundance of useful information to help you make a wise decision. Or, you can ask your questions below about this topic and we will get right back.

We would also like to invite you to come back to this site every now and then as we will continually be updating our contents and add more useful information about puppies in the future.

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