How to choose a dog and not regret it
First, pay attention to the appearance. The eyes should be shining and without various oxidations, the stomach is small and without irritation, the hair is silky and without dandruff, and the mouth should be pinkish.
Feel free to check your teeth and ears. About health and the absence of infections will tell stool. A seal on the ribs may indicate rickets.
Ask the owner to demonstrate some commands that the bitch knows. Let the puppy show its physical data - strength, speed, agility. Watch him: in a healthy baby, his gait is even, he looks quite plump, his legs are strong, his tail has no bends.
There is a small test - take any keys and throw them close to you.In a normal puppy, the reaction to unfamiliar things should subconsciously work, and he will approach them.
This test is indicative of a reaction to the environment. Naturally, a lot of things he still does not know, but over time you will train and train him as you see fit.
An important quality for a dog is its character. What it will be as it grows depends on upbringing and on the data provided by nature. Try to determine the puppy's contactiness and gullibility by how he approaches you at the call and whether it comes at all.
Turn the dog on its back, holding it at the withers, and hold it like that, watching its behavior. The future leader growls, resists and tries to bite the hand. Calm behavior indicates an independent character, and attempts to wriggle out and lick talk about friendliness.