By asking questions, try to find a common language with the breeder, to feel whether you comfortable in conversation with him, do you trust him. After all, this person will continue to accompany your dog on a life: whether you want to expose her to mate her or she will has any health problems.
- How many years of nursery? Can I get a phone of those who have already bought puppies in the kennel?
- How many litters a year do you have? Can you see the parents? (Of course, you will see a bitch, because it is beside puppies. A male, possibly is from another nursery. Ask their coordinates).
- Ask temperament inherent to dogs in a kennel.
- What are the genetic abnormalities occurred in the nursery?
- Do the kennel dogs and their puppies participate in the exhibitions?
- Check the hallmarks of a puppy and puppy card.
- Check the veterinary passport. If the puppy has not made the first vaccination, the passport can’t be still. Check with the breeder of the first date of the vaccination.
- Have you had a dog before? Do you know the breed Jack Russell Terrier? And why did you choose this breed?
- How old are your children?
- Do you live in an apartment or in the country? What is your temperament - whether you like to walk, outdoor or prefer a quiet life?
- Are you going to expose the dog?
- Are you going to mate a dog?
You should be alerted if the breeder is willing to sell you a puppy without asking the conditions in which you will keep Jack. Most likely, the dogs are bred solely for profit and puppies grown without proper attention to their health and nutrition.
So you've visited a few nurseries, saw the breeders and the parents of your future family member and chose one of them. Even if this kennel has no litters for sale right now, have patience, sign up for the future.