Dog Breeders

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.Types of Dog Breeders
Not all dog breeders are the same. Some breed strictly to make money. Others breed because they love the rewards. The common types of dog breeders include:

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  • Hobby Breeders
    Hobby breeders are passionate about dogs, and many just want to experience producing a litter. They don't necessarily want to make breeding a career nor are they investing their lives into traveling around showing dogs. Read More..
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  • Commercial breeder
    A person who maintains breeding females or stud dogs, produces three or more litters of puppies annually, or provides stud services for more than fifteen females per year is considered a commercial breeder. Read More...
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  • Puppy mill breeder
    Essentially all puppies for sale in pet stores are purchased from puppy mills. The mills are remote, outdoor farms for breeding dogs that mass produce puppies for sale to pet stores and regularly supply dogs to animal brokers. Read More...
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  • Show breeder
    A show breeder is a professional pet breeder who produces animals to meet a set of specified show standards. They may also be involved with dog activities such as agility, conformity, or obedience and show their dogs as part of a hobby. Read More...

 

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