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Archive for September 10th, 2016

Pricing a Pure Bred

Saturday, September 10, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

Tpurebredshe price of a pure bred puppy will depend on whether you’re buying a show puppy or a companion puppy. Puppies that are sold on a spay/neuter contract usually sell for about $800. If your buying a puppy to work or compete, then be prepared to spend at least $1,500.

Make sure that you get these things for that price.

At least three generations of pedigree.
Titled Champions (sporting, working, or Conformation titles) in the pedigree, within the first two generations listed (directly descended from).
Hips, Elbows and eyes are all good and free from genetic abnormalities.
You need a guarantee that your puppy is free from inheritable diseases or other conditions. A refund or exchange policy must be noted.
The puppy should be well socialized
Care, grooming and feeding information must be provided.
Check these things out before you buy that dog carrier, dog leash, dog bed or any other accessories.

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dogmedsHeart Worm is a disease that is spread by mosquitoes. The hot humid weather that the northeast had this summer was a breeding ground for thousands of them. Your dog could be at risk if you live in an infested area. If your veterinarian recommends a monthly preventative Heart Worm medication, make sure that you administer it regularly until your vet tells you that it’s safe to stop for the winter. In some areas, dogs may need this medication year round. If you forget to give your dog his Heart Worm medication one month, call your vet. He’ll likely recommend that you give your dog his heart worm medication pill as soon as you realized that you missed it and then continue as normal next month. Don’t make this decision yourself, always consult your vet. Usually missing one dose is not a problem, but if you forget for two consecutive months, your dog may be susceptible to Heart Worm so ask your veterinarian to check him out. You should also consider various flea and tick products in addition to heart worm medication. This way your pet is covered.

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  1. Edgewater Gold Radio –50’s 60’s 70’s and early 70’s plus great pop standards.
  2. Rehoboth Radio – Beach Radio 50’60 — mainly oldies from the 50’s and 60’s.

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