When Looking for
a New Best Friend or
Questions to Ask Potential Breeders (Continued)
There is no national registry that ranks breeders as to their ethics or the quality of puppies they produce. It is possible for you to get a truly great puppy from any one of them. Your chances are just much better, however, when you deal with a good, reputable breeder.
that all breeders are not equal. AKC registration does not automatically
insure quality but it should insure the basic appearance of the dog.
You can begin your search by contacting the American Brittany Club to
ask for a referral to your local club. Not all good breeders will belong
to any one organization and you may need to visit a show, check with
your local veterinarian or feed store to see who may be a match for
your family's needs. Order a magazine or two to from the National breed
club to gain more information about the breed and breeders. While you
are waiting to find your new best friend, arm yourself with some books
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