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What is a Professional Regulated Breeder?

May 17, 2022

When you get a healthy and well-adjusted pup that requires little in the way of training, then quite a bit of work has gone behind the scenes. This is often the work of a professional regulated breeder. 

A professional regulated breeder refers to an individual or a set of individuals who handle the breeding process amongst others, for 5 or more dogs over the span of 4 months. This basically describes the overall job description, however, a lot more goes into this process. 

First off, a healthy, properly adjusted and socialized pup would need to be raised in a hygienic and friendly environment. This is because their background or the nature of where they were raised goes a long way in impacting their eventual behavior. 

Professional regulated breeders, who often work with no days off, are highly committed and dedicated and must give adequate love and care to their wards. Therefore, they play a key role in the molding process of your future pup. 

They also ensure that pets get adequate exercise and are socialized properly which, of course, is a no-brainer when dealing with a pup. The way they are socialized impacts how well they get along with other dog breeds as well as other humans.

Dogs that are not properly socialized would be unable to behave appropriately in public and may act out as a result. Professional regulated breeders typically handle this aspect to ensure that you get the pet of your dreams. 

Conclusion 

In the early stages of development, what your pup picks up could stay with them till adulthood. This is why the jobs of professional regulated breeders cannot be underestimated. 

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