should be able to put you in touch with members who have bred litters according to the Pharaoh Hound Club Code of Ethics.
She shouldn’t be shut away from the puppies. The puppies should be plump and warm with round but not distended tummies. They should be inquisitive and playful and not withdrawn or shy. The whelping box and pen should be clean and there should be a warm “puppy smell” not a stale urine smell. It is important that the puppies are reared indoors with people and other pets if possible to aid early socialisation and house training. Easy access to an outside play area is also desirable so the puppies have a chance to play outdoors, weather permitting, and learn to empty themselves away from their sleeping area.
Puppies are some of the cutest things alive and the process of bringing a new puppy into your home can feel magical! However, many new puppy parents make the mistake of purchasing their puppies from ‘backyard breeders’. Backyard breeders are people who breed and sell puppies for a profit without any care for the health and lives of the puppies or their parents
is your garden/yard secure, preferably with at least a 5ft high fence/wall around all of it?
If So will anyone be there to take care of the dog?
If so how do you plan to integrate your new puppy
If so how many?
what ages are they?
what role will they play in the puppies welfare?
Have both parents been patella tested and were they both tested clear?
Are the puppies inside the house and have they been around people and other animals etc?
What does the breeder plan to do to socialise them?
Will they be vaccinated?
Will they be micro-chipped?
Will they be wormed and flea treated?
Will they be vet checked?
Will you be given a Pedigree?