My next litter is planned for January/ February 2022

so if you are interested please fill out my puppy form and contact me again in Summer/ Autumn to arrange our walk.

I like to meet potential puppy owners face-to-face sometime before puppies are born. I want to know that you have met my dogs and

you are sure that the German Pinscher breed is for you. So please understand that before I add you to my waiting list I will ask you to

come and meet us. Due to Covid and the restrictions, I will meet potential puppy owners on the walk where we can keep safe distance.


My Breeding license number is 152790

 

If you would like to see my previous litters please check my YouTube channel or Instagram there are plenty of pictures and videos.


When you are Picking up your puppy, I’ll provide:
- Copy of your contract
- Kennel Club registration form
- Kennel Club change of ownership form
- Microchipping information
- Vaccine record including the veterinary stamped booklet
- Free pet insurance for 5 weeks
- Details on any worming, flea or tick treatment administered
- A diet information sheet
- Dry food supply for one week

 

Things to consider before getting a puppy


It is really important that you have thought about whether you are ready for a puppy, and considered all the different aspects of puppy ownership before bringing them home.
There are a lot of decisions to make and factors to consider.
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. It's one thing to be ready to get a dog,  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.
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 exercises. These things take a lot of time.
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?
If you get a young puppy, be prepared to spend a lot of extra time with it, especially for the first few months. If this sounds like too much, but you still want a dog, consider adopting an adult dog.

How to Raise Your Puppy
All puppies need special care to make sure they grow up healthy and happy.
- Choose a healthy diet made specifically for puppies.
- Begin house training from the moment your puppy comes home. Understand that this may take many weeks to months.
- Begin obedience training at home, but start small. Be patient and consistent. However, don't be too strict, let your puppy be a puppy!
 - Socialize your puppy well. Take your puppy to lots of different places so it can experience sights, sounds, people, and pets that are new.
- Sign up for puppy training classes. Not only will this help your puppy learn, but it will also provide socialization.
- Establish a routine that includes exercise.
- Make time for bonding and play.
If there is more than one person in your home who will interact with the puppy, set up the structure in advance.  Make sure all parties agree on rules about where the puppy is allowed to go. Work together to make sure the training is consistent. If there are children in the home, make sure they know how to behave around dogs. If there are other pets in the home, be sure they are properly introduced and well-supervised at all times.

 

 

 

 Danixaris German Pinscher Puppies 2020