Fairbanks Farms, Collie, Abyssinian, Olive Trees
Most of our puppies are ready to go at 9 to 10 weeks. We have found that this is an ideal age to begin the socialization and bonding process and allows us to focus on primary socialization here during the critical first 9 weeks. During primary socialization, our puppies are exposed to gentle adult dogs, cats, horses, agility obstacles, noises, various environments, car rides, vet offices, children and unfamiliar visitors.
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We typically let puppies go to their new homes around 8 to 10 weeks of age. We do not let puppies go prior to 8 weeks. In some circumstances we may keep some puppies up to 12-16 weeks of age. The process of deciding what particular puppy you will get involves many factors. We only breed litters where we intend to keep puppies ourselves. We get first pick and will not make a decision on which puppy or puppies we are keeping until at least 7 weeks of age.
Fairbanks Farms, Collie, Abyssinian, Olive Trees
Kittens are usually ready to go between 10 to 16 weeks dependent on the development of the kitten. Readiness is determined based on physical and social development, independence and acceptance of food. It is critical to us that we prepare each kitten adequately to make a successful transition to his or her new home and we do not allow kittens to leave before we believe they are ready.
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I let them go at 8 weeks old only because 99% of people want them as young and as tiny as possible. I used to sell them at 10 weeks old, but found out that was really bad for business. Now, I let them go at 8 weeks old, but only after I warn people that if you expect to go to work all day long come home and throw food at your puppy, and then go out to dinner, do not expect a healthy puppy when you return home, and have your credit card ready for vet bills.
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Puppies go home when they are ready. In the state of Illinois, a puppy cannot be legally sold until he/she is eight weeks old. We do not let our puppies go any earlier than ten weeks of age. Each puppy is treated as an individual and can go home once they are eating well on their own and have passed their final veterinarian exam.
Of course, you will want your kitten to be weaned and box trained when you take him home, but he should also be independent of his mother, well socialized, and have a strong immune system. When a kitten is ready to go to his new home depends a lot upon the kitten himself. Most responsible breeders wait until they're at least 12 weeks old, but some kittens aren't ready until they are about 16 weeks old.
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Responsible breeders sell their kittens at 12 weeks or older. Many do not sell their kittens until they are between four and six months old. There are some who argue that a kitten is ready to be sold at age 10 weeks; while I don’t personally believe that this is best, it’s within acceptable ranges. However, any breeder who offers you a kitten younger than 10 weeks of age is not up on his or her research and doesn’t have the kitten’s best interest in mind.
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Most of our adoptive home are found through posting our animals on www.petfinder.com. We also have adoption days at the Mechanicsburg, PA PetsMart the first Sunday of every month. Additionally, there are various events held each month at which we have adoptive animals.
Bullistik K9's FAQ
Quite the contrary. Most of my puppies are sold to families whose only desire is to have a healthy, beautiful, faithful companion. Great people that have no interest in showing or breeding their Frenchie, but want a "pet" that conforms to the standard of the breed, and that comes from a gene pool of sound, health screened dogs.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In most cases a mother's 'natural instinct' will take over and she will allow them to nurse, and she will care for them by keeping them warm and clean. However, in a case where she refuses to lay down and let the puppies nurse, you may have to step in and help. The first things you need to do is to try and encourage her to let them eat by actually laying her down and placing the puppies on her where they can nurse.
Kathys Kritters Frequently Asked Questions
You can give the babies away when they are weaned from their mother (no longer need to drink her milk). Watch to see when she ceases to nurse her babies. This is usually around 4 to 5 weeks. Some moms seem like they would be happy to nurse their babies forever, and some will begin the weaning process as early as 3 weeks. It depends on the mother's personality. Since the babies need to be separated by sex at 5 weeks old, that is a good time to give them to their new owners.
Frequently Asked Questions
The puppies leave us at seven weeks of age. We have them vet checked and inoculated at six weeks, and then spend that next week evaluating them. We use a hybrid puppy test that we patched together; one of us drinks wine while observing the other test the puppies. Afterward we both drink wine and guess at which puppy goes where.
Petopia ? Frequently Asked Questions
Not everyone has the privilege of being a stay-at-home doggie parent. Unfortunately, puppies do need a lot of attention to ensure they are properly trained and socialized. That is why, at Petopia, we will be there for your puppy when you can't. Puppies between the ages of 8-16 weeks can join in the fun at Petopia's puppy daycare program as long as they have their first set of vaccinations and a negative fecal exam.
College of Metaphysical Studies
The New Age movement means different things to different people. However, I feel that most all New Age topics have one basic underlying theme. That theme is personal spiritual development. Every day there are thousands upon thousands of people around the world who are waking up to the knowledge, understanding and realization of who they really are, where they came from, and why they are here. This collective transformation of individuals can be described as the New Age movement.
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Yes. But it includes a simple approach that doesn't require some "guide" or authority figure who might have their own agenda and lead you astray. No. It's a simple memory technique for converting doylic memories to cognitive memories that involves no age regression at all.
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Logcrafters uses seasoned, dead standing logs in our homes. These logs generally have an average moisture content of 19% or less. However, all logs will settle after they are cut and stacked. This is due to the loss of ambient moisture in the logs and the load bearing capacity the log assumes once it becomes a wall log. The logs will dry until they reach the relative humidity of the area where the home is built.
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Yes. Dogs like routine and once a routine is established for them in their new home, they are quick to settle in. Indeed there are distinct advantages to choosing an older puppy or an adult dog instead of a tiny puppy. An older dog might be the best choice for very young children, as they are better able to tolerate rough play and are less likely to be seriously injured if tripped upon by a toddler.
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We do not know of any Airlines that will accept puppies for shipment prior to the age of 8 weeks. We also will not ship a puppy that we feel is not mature enough or stable enough to handle the trauma of a shipment. We will either delay shipment or deny placement of that pup with that person unless they come and pick it up. Also, some puppies are just too small for to be shipped in the cargo hold, and we will require the new owner to come and pick it up.