Ethical Dog Breeding Practices | Health, Happiness, and Well-being for Our Dogs
As ethical dog breeders, we prioritize several features in our breeding practices to ensure the health, happiness, and well-being of our dogs. Here's how we do it:
- We conduct health testing on our breeding dogs to screen for potential genetic disorders, such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, heart conditions, eye diseases, and other relevant tests.
- We work with licensed veterinarians and specialists to ensure comprehensive testing is performed.
- By conducting health tests, we can identify any potential issues early on and ensure that our breeding dogs are healthy and free from any hereditary conditions.
- Our breeding dogs receive regular veterinary care and are up-to-date on vaccinations to ensure they are healthy and well-cared for.
Responsible breeding practices:
- Breeding dogs is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly.
- We limit the number of litters we breed, allowing our dogs to recover and rest between litters.
- We carefully select suitable breeding pairs based on factors such as temperament, health, and genetic testing results.
- Our breeding dogs receive proper nutrition, exercise, and veterinary care to ensure their overall health and well-being.
- We prioritize the mental and emotional health of our breeding dogs, providing them with plenty of attention, mental stimulation, and playtime.
- We believe in providing a loving home for all of our dogs, including adult dogs that are no longer part of our breeding program.
- Therefore, we rehome these dogs to loving homes, ensuring they are well-cared for, healthy, and have undergone any necessary health testing or veterinary care.
- By rehoming adult dogs, we are able to provide loving homes to dogs in need and focus on our breeding program to provide high-quality puppies to our customers.
- We also separate our dogs into different sections to avoid inbreeding and ensure genetic diversity, making our breeding program sustainable in the long-term.
Transparent and honest communication:
- We believe it's important to be transparent and honest about our breeding practices.
- That's why we provide potential buyers with all the information they need to make an informed decision, including health testing results, pedigrees, and any other relevant information.
- We remain available to answer any questions or concerns that may arise throughout the entire process, from initial contact to post-adoption follow-up.
- We provide clear, honest communication regarding the adoption process and what to expect when bringing home a dog.
- We take the time to get to know our customers and their lifestyle to recommend a dog that will suit their family profile, considering factors such as activity level, family size, and living situation to recommend a dog that will fit seamlessly into the family.
Air-conditioned play areas:
- We provide air-conditioned play areas for our dogs, ensuring they have a comfortable and safe environment to play in.
- These play areas are equipped with toys and other items to provide mental stimulation and exercise for our dogs.
- By providing air-conditioned play areas, we can ensure that our dogs are comfortable even in hot weather, reducing the risk of heatstroke or other heat-related illnesses.
- We believe in providing a fun and engaging environment for our dogs to live in, and the air-conditioned play areas are just one way we do this.
Rehoming and prioritizing current customers:
- We prioritize current customers when rehoming our dogs, as they have already demonstrated their ability to provide a loving home.
- While we do not limit rehoming to current customers, we give priority to those who have previously adopted a dog from us.
- This ensures our dogs are placed in homes that are well-suited to their needs and receive the required care and attention.
- We maintain an ongoing relationship with our customers and offer support even after the dog has been rehomed.
- Rehoming adult dogs provides them with an opportunity to live in a loving home and reduces overcrowding in our facilities.
- We believe this approach is responsible and ethical, and helps prevent overpopulation of dogs in general.