Mixed Breed or Pure Breed?

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Every Dog is Different - SIRIUS Puppy Training Classic

The precise methods you use will depend on the dog you have, and every dog is different.  The activities which are challenging for your pup are the ones you want to work on as soon and as much as possible.


Mixed Breed or Pure Breed?

This decision is a personal choice that only you can make. The most obvious difference is that pure breeds are more predictable in terms of looks and behavior, whereas each mixed breed is utterly unique — one of a kind.

Regardless of your personal preference for attractiveness, attentiveness, and activity, you would do well to consider general health and life expectancy. By and large, due to lack of inbreeding, mixed breeds are healthier genetic stock; they tend to live longer and have fewer health problems. On the other hand, at a pure-breed kennel, it is possible to check out the friendliness, basic manners, general health, and life expectancy of several generations of your prospective puppy's forebears.

Which Breed?

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