Havanese puppies are among the most desirable of all toy breed dogs. These playful little pups are considered to be some of the most loving and loyal dogs on the planet; and are highly sought after by competitors across the country. This has led to an uprising of rogue Bullmastiff breeders who want to capitalize on this desire and produce as many puppies as possible to meet the growing demand, without regard to the conditions in which the dogs are bred.
There are many ways you can learn how to spot a fake Bullmastiff breeder, also known as a puppy broker. There is no sign on their shirts telling you what they are, but you should do as much research as you can about any breeder you are considering buying a puppy from. This is really the only way to determine if you are going to get your new dog from an honest Bullmastiff breeder.
The best way to know if you are dealing with an honest Bullmastiff dealer is to thoroughly research all documentation provided to you both at the time of sale and prior to final delivery. This includes checking online databases to make sure your dog is actually registered where the breeder says he is. Unfortunately, registration documents are relatively easy to forge and many would-be Bullmastiff owners are cheated every day. Fortunately for them, respected registry organizations have online databases available where you can research the registry of your puppy’s parents, to ensure you’re getting your dog from an honest breeder.
Also, it is not uncommon for a dishonest Bullmastiff breeder to falsify medical documentation. Since there are a host of medical tests that need to be performed on a Bullmastiff puppy when it is born to ensure that it does not have any of the common genetic health issues that affect so many puppies, it is important that you make sure to call the vet ( and also research them) listed in the paperwork to make sure your puppy has actually been tested.
In addition, it is important that you ask a potential
Bullmastiff breeder who is considering how often to breed the female dogs in their care. If they tell you that he breeds them every season, it is very likely that you are dealing with a fake Bullmastiff breeder. Also, if the Bullmastiff breeder in question tries to pressure him into selling quickly, he should be very careful and run in the opposite direction as quickly as possible.
As you can see, there are many ways to ensure that you avoid a dishonest Bullmastiff breeder. The most important thing to remember is that only you can do the necessary research to make sure your puppy is exactly what you want. Havanese puppies are a wonderful addition to any home, and it’s worth the wait to make sure you get your puppy from an honest Havanese breeder.