Where do they sell puppies?
They sell puppies at Pet Smart
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They should, by law, at least 6 weeks old. When they open their eyes they are 1 -2 weeks old and they are not ready to be sold!!
6 to 8 weeks
Puppies can be weaned and leave their mother between 6 and 8 weeks, 6 at the very earliest but closer to 8 is better because puupies are still devloping social behaviors, dogs… taken from their mother too soon can be overly aggresive, nippy, and have a variety of other problems because they werent able to learn appropriate play and interacting behavior.
75-400 dollars a piece
Three man slingshot. You would kill the dog. say you will buy food for it for one year
Some pet smart will have adoption events every weekend in which you can purchase a puppy or kitten
You almost always would want to seel your puppies at any ASPCA or humane society. That way, they can all be checked thoroughly as well as getting them fixed and vaccinated. T…hat, or to close family friends or relatives so you know the puppies are in good, loving, safe homes.
If you adopt one from a shelter, (which is a great idea), you usually only end up paying for an adoption fee and for shots. This is usually a total of about 75 to 100 dollars.… If you buy one from a breeder, they can be anywhere between a few hundred to a thousand dollars. It just depends.
Dogs are not known to engage in commerce. The lack of fingers makes it difficult for them to sign checks or to count paper bills.
Six or seven weeks just depends if they are eating and drinking on their own or not
The Petcos I am aware of does not sell puppies. They sell all the supplies you will need though. You can check with your local Petco to see if they have any adoption drives.
no one really cares about puppy posters right!?
You can't get money for them, but to donate them you go the the Dog Hotel. There it will say Pick Up, Swap or Donate A Dog. Tap on donate then choose the dog. It will then tak…e a moment to load and then it's gone!
Dunno. Is it? O: It's a PUPPY. Just nurture it back to its health and sell it for more if you really don't want to keep it.