Are You Ready for a Puppy?

There are a lot of decisions to make and factors to consider before you decide to bring home a new puppy. Don't give in to impulse and take home a puppy at the wrong time. Do your research first. Learn if you are ready to have a puppy and find out how to get one responsibly. Get educated on how to prepare for your new puppy and how to raise that puppy well.

Puppies may be irresistible, but they are also extremely time-consuming. If you have never had a puppy, then you might not realize what you're about to get into. Raising a puppy requires an even higher level of commitment.
Young puppies need to be fed three to four times a day. They need to be taken outside immediately after eating or drinking so they can eliminate appropriately and become house trained. Puppies will have accidents in the house while they are still being house-trained. That can mean a lot of clean up.

A puppy might wake you up several times during the night. It might be because the puppy needs to go outside, or it might just be because the puppy is bored.

A young puppy can't be left alone for more than a few hours. The puppy should stay in a crate when alone; this aids in house training and keeps the puppy from chewing up everything in your house. However, after a few hours, a puppy can't hold its bladder (and sometimes bowels too).

Puppies can be destructive. They want to explore, chew, lick, and possibly even eat things in their environment. They don't know manners and may act unruly or hyperactive. All puppies need to be trained and socialized; they also need a lot of exercise. These things take a lot of time.

Are you prepared to come home from work midday to care for your puppy? Can you handle being woken up in the middle of the night? Are you able to spend several hours a week working on training and socialization? What about any other pets or people in your home? Will a puppy be too disruptive?

If you get a young puppy, be prepared to spend a lot of extra time with it, especially for the first few months.

Health should be a priority

Once you’ve found your breeder, it’s important that you find out about the health of your potential pup's parents. Having healthy parents is the best start to life a puppy can have. You should always find out what steps a breeder has taken to produce healthy puppies and how this compares to the steps that we recommend.

Health-testing isn't carried out on the puppies themselves (with very few exceptions). It is carried out on a puppy's parents - before breeding. A vet-check can reassure you that a puppy is healthy at point-of-sale, but it can't tell you about genetic conditions which might occur, later in that puppy's life. 'Health-testing' refers to recommended breed-specific tests which are carried out on the parents - before breeding - to minimise the risk of your puppy suffering from these conditions.
Lagotto Romagnolo

The recommended health tests differ, according to the breed concerned.
Lagotto Romagnolo:

DNA test - JE (Juvenile epilepsy)
DNA test - LSD (Lysosomal storage disease)

Dog kennel "Frise DELUXE"

In our Dog kennel "Frise DELUXE" dogs of the Lagotto Romagnolo and Bichon Frize breed

We live in Ukraine

Our puppies were sent to Ukraine, Russia, Moldova, USA

Taking reservations for March future litter. Babies go home in July 2021.

Delivery: This puppy can be delivered to your local airport

Included Items: • vet health cert• purebred register• microchip• health passport• vaccinations• travel crate

Price $3,000 + Delivery
So you've weighed the pros and cons of puppy ownership and decided that the time is right for you to bring a puppy into your household.

If you're interested puppy, please fill out an application HERE

Питомник «Frise DELUXE»

Питомник «Frise DELUXE» занимаемся племенным разведением собак пород: Бишон фризе и Лаготто-Романьоло. Зарегистрирован в Международной Кинологической Федерации — FCI.
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Питомник «Frise DELUXE»