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Shih tzu weiner dog mix

I'm looking for a weiner puppy that is approximately 12 weeks old. He will be raised with my two children and will be the only dog in the house. However, he should be raised on a diet of boiled meats or raw bone marrow (depending on age) and ideally should not be fed corn and potatoes. It is not essential but an advantage to have a parent that is working, as this will enable him to be raised more organically. He would be most welcome in a home that already has a beagle, but I would be delighted to welcome another doggy sibling for my children, and we would not be adverse to the introduction of a cat if necessary.

I think he would make a good companion for a smaller dog (e.g. 10-13 kg), as he would be very laid back.

As this is for a family home, price should not be a problem, but I prefer him to be in good health. I would like to be able to provide his vaccinations before he comes to live with us, but this is not essential.

We will not be able to discuss any specific details at this stage, as I would appreciate your understanding.

Thank you for your time. If you would like to give a reply via PM, that would be much appreciated.

Thank you.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Regards,

Konstantin

Hi Konstantin,

I'm sorry for not getting back to you earlier. I'll try to get you an update when I've got some info on your request.

What is the name and age of your dog and weiner?

Hi,

I don't have any dogs yet but have raised many pups/puppies and some other assorted animals.

As you know when I raised my dogs (many were rescues so not my own breeding) the rule of thumb that I followed was based on the time they were born.

So for example I don't use any formula, like the ones that say you need to be 6 weeks old for it to work, etc. Instead I take the average age of pups/puppies, and then I go about building it up from there.

And as for what I like to start with I like to start with a very small puppy. Usually I'd start with a puppy that is 1-2 weeks old, to get it used to having its shots and other requirements and to get used to the new environment.

I'll try to get back to you soon with what age you want us to start with.

As for the price I don't think that should be a problem. I've used a very good local breeder for my breeding program and I usually offer 50% off any puppy that I bred, or the price of the puppy for those who want to buy pure breds.

If you do want a breeders fee, I'd say the minimum fee is probably around $350 for a 6-12 month old puppy. I think even with that fee they don't charge you for the 1st litter, or if it's a pure bred puppy, etc.

I'll try to get back to you soon with what age you want us to start with.

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That is a good start. But you might want to start them when they are actually 12 weeks, before the shots and the other requirements. I want to get them in a good environment, with adequate care and nutrition. I do not want my pups to come in from the cold and go home to their mom.

You might also try to get a good breeder. If you want to make an investment in a pet, I'd recommend doing a good bit of research on your local area before you get one, just to get a feel for them. It doesn't have to be an expensive one, just one that seems to take good care of the pets they sell. One of the biggest differences is that they have to be registered, so they do not make a profit off of the pet without being registered.

My breeder charges $100 for an entry fee for a puppy, $150 for a breeding fee, and about $100 for health/shots. I paid $200 for my last dog, so that is pretty good compared to some local breeders. I also know that her puppies usually have no problem living with other dogs, so I have a good idea of what I am buying.

My pups are great to have around. I can't wait to get my hands on them. They are all going to have the name "Homer", after the dog on the cartoon show, and the number "1".

I think you will be happy with the breed. I don't know much about terriers, but that is what they are described as. However, I like to think that I have the good temperment that is necessary to have in a dog.

Good luck, and don't be too afraid to ask more questions if you have them. I have made some great friends over here on GSA, so please feel free to ask away.

As for the pictures, I am a bit concerned about what you are going to end up with. I have never owned a terrier, but they are usually the most energetic of the small breeds, and will jump up on things as they get older. I have come across plenty of cute ones, but they don't look like a well rounded dog. If I had to make an informed guess, I would say that you are looking at a dog with very small feet for the size of its body. Look for smaller feet, and also a very slim body, and less chubby looking legs.

I don't think you should be afraid of her pups, but make sure that the people that she is selling to have a good deal of experience. Some people just go into the puppy mills and end up with nothing but trouble for their dogs.

As for the people, again I have no experience with terriers, but I would avoid anybody that goes into a breeder and gets a puppy just because it has a cute name. I have heard the stories about a woman that came into a breeder looking for a pittie that "fit into her family". What they got was a puppy that weighed 20 pounds, and it could not even get off of the floor. That is a great way to get a puppy that will never live a long life.

So here is my best guess, if you want to do something else, it is not a bad thing to do.

My guess would be that you would have to make some money for the breeder to do what you want, but it is not a very good bet. Go find one who just loves terriers, has small pups for sale, and has done this before. You might be lucky to find somebody that does this part time, as they may have had puppies before, and that way you might just get them all for cheaper than if you get from a puppy mill


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