Most breeders and pet stores have the pet’s health checked by a veterinarian prior to being available for sale as well as should be able to provide you with shot records and other updates. You should request to see what tests have been performed and the results as well as the immunization history as well as any spay or neuter or microchip services already provided.
Regardless of where you purchase your puppy, you’ll want to quickly set up an initial health check with your own veterinarian within a week of bringing the puppy home. This exam may provide more detail on potential breed or considerations to be mindful of and to ensure overall health.
Contributors: Roger Morganfrom pawTree