Lots of people all about the planet Earth love dogs and fondly keep them as pets, protectors and companions. However, there is one particular kind of people known as dog breeders who put a lot more effort in their keeping acquaintances with dogs. As a rule, they are people who only prefer one or maximum two of the existing dog breeds and dedicate their lives to rearing such animals exclusively. The representatives of this sort of dog owners would most often raise several dogs of the same breed at a time; their goal is to select the best male and female agents of the breed and to allow them to have puppies. The best part of the get is usually reserved for other breeders, whereas the rest of the brood consists of the pretty darlings you see in pet shops under the sign «puppies for sale». Make no mistake, young dogs belonging to carefully bred packs are all elitistic to perfection, but only those who meet the current breeding standards to all extents deserve to keep reproducing «professionally».
One can think that dog breeding is very much like a business: you put a lot of work and some money into it, and receive a considerable income as a result. However, among the dog breeders themselves individuals caring for financial gain more than for the dogs are not tolerated easily. It is a general opinion that a true breeder must love each and every dog he gives home to or puppy delivered by his she-dog. A huge emphasis is put on things such as pet health care, nutrition, grooming, providing the dogs with toys, long walks and other pleasures, and, of course, dog training. At first stages of belonging to the dog breeding community, it is customary to hire a dog training expert for newest fluffy friends, but later just about every breeder would learn the basics himself and even be able to help beginners out. Training is important for dog benches, these big events among dog breeders. Lots of other things are weighty here, too, like the simple need to keep all the dogs' info in the same data bank (there's special dog breeder software for this).
If you have decided that you adore dogs belonging to a particular breed and wish to contribute to this breed's development, share the pleasure of owning such incredible animals with other people and just plain enjoy adorable pets, you'll need someone to discuss thereto related problems with. You don't have any friends like that? That's not a problem! Even if your current social circle doesn't grant much understanding with your new interest, you're hardly the only one fond of dog adoption and breeding. Try to find dog breeders online – you will obtain many useful contacts in the process and definitely find local dog breeders as well as ones from all over the world. Also, your town is bound to have at least a small dog breeders club. Good luck with your dogs!