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Collie is believed to be a perfect mate pet for human beings. I think that’s because this large size breed has mild temper and when you touch Collies they will be very friendly. Unlike Tibetan Mastiff’s fierce nature, the Collies offer security to human beings. I like Collie very much and I think in the future I will raise a Collie.
I think many people like Collie but have no idea how to choose a fine Collie puppy. I collect some information and I hope the follows points will give you some help.
1. As for new raisers, Before you buy a Collie puppy, you should read information about Collie for reference and know the preliminary knowledge about Collie, especially the pictures about Collie puppies. At least you should know the appearance and inner feature about Collies, in case of being cheated by sellers. It if funny if you want Collie puppies but when you raise them up, they become other breed.
2. The age of the Collie puppies shouldn’t be too young or too old. The best age of a puppy is between 2 to 3 months because this is the golden age of training a Collie puppy. If they are too young or elder, they can be your favorite pets when they are young, but you may face some trouble when they grow up because as they won’t at your command.
3. Choose the liveliest puppy and make sure it is full of spirit and energy. You can watch the puppies for a while and see which one looks most spirited and then check up to see whether the puppy has physical defects. Don’t choose the smallest one in the same litter because it suffers from an inherent shortage and it will be hard to bring up.
4. If you already make decision, it is necessary to demand the Pedigree certificate and technical data of the puppy because these materials are very important for raisers. Besides, the Vaccination certificate and assignment with signs of both sides are also very important. These certificates will prove you are the owner of the Collie Puppy. We know dogs are smart animals, they can find their original family. If you don’t want to involve some ownership cases, you should be very cautious.