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Ask the breeder if your puppy will be checked by a veterinarian and microchipped before they are sent home

Posted Friday, 24 Jul 2020

Affiché : Friday, 24 Jul 2020

Choosing a Dog > Finding an Accountable Breeder > Ask the breeder if your puppy will be checked by a veterinarian and microchipped before they are sen
At a minimum, your puppy should come home with their first set of vaccinations, vet records and a unique identifier such as a microchip.
 
Prior to sending puppies home with their new families, accountable breeders have their puppies seen by a veterinarian for a health check-up and their first vaccinations. Your puppy’s veterinary records should be provided to you by your breeder, with a detailed schedule for future vet visits and vaccinations. At a minimum, your puppy should come home with their first set of vaccinations, vet records and a unique identifier such as a microchip.
 
In Canada, the law requires that all purebred dogs must be permanently and uniquely identified before leaving the breeder’s premises to go to their new home. This most commonly occurs in the form of a microchip, such as the National Companion Animal Coalition-recognized microchips offered by the Canadian Kennel Club. It is the responsibility of the breeder to pay for this identification and provide you with the microchip number of your new puppy.
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