Puppies will grow up very quickly. Know how to train them right and they will become a good natured and well-mannered adult dog.
Before You Search For A Puppy
Before shipping a new puppy, make sure you know exactly what kind of puppy to look for and how to raise and train him.
Deciding Which Type of Puppy
The breed, type, size, activity level, hair color, hair length, and gender of your prospective puppy are personal choices and best left entirely up to you and your family. You will probably have read lots of well-meaning advice from pet professionals that advise you, for example, not to get certain breeds if you have children, not to get large dogs if you live in an apartment, and not to get active dogs in the city. In reality, all breeds and types of dogs can be wonderful or problematic with children. It very much depends on whether or not the puppy was trained how to act around children and the children were taught how to act around the puppy. Because of their lower activity levels, large dogs adapt more quickly to apartment living than little dogs. Big dogs just take up more space. And active dogs can live in cities just as active people live in cities. In fact, city dogs tend to be walked and exercised more than suburban dogs. In the long run, it will be you who will be living with your puppy and teaching it to adjust to your lifestyle and living arrangement.
How To Ship Your Puppy
Next you will need to decide about the relocation and how to ship your new puppy. You can either travel and drive and pick up your new pet or hire a private Pet Relocation service to transport your puppy by ground or you can fly your puppy by air.