VIC, Australia (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
It can be difficult to decide on a dog breed that is suitable for a particular family and its lifestyle. This becomes even more frustrating and confusing when breeders think that their chosen dog breed is better than any other — otherwise, they would specialise on a different one. The solution is to speak to someone who has experience with many of the different breeds available and is knowledgeable about the key differences between these. One of the most helpful and reliable sources available is the Australian agency Chevromist Kennels. Their website, http://www.chevromist.com, has a number of different breeds available as well as information about each breed that they can provide.
Chevromist is a team of breeders and an agency that has decades of experience in placing puppies of both designer and traditional breeds into loving homes in Australia (where they are based) as well as all over the world. They screen, visit, inspect and work with a large number of reputable, ethical breeders all over Victoria of both traditional dog breeds as well as the newer designer ones. Chevromist has the largest range of breeds, both designer and purebreds. Over the years, Chevromist has screened and visited a large number of different breeders and are very selective of which professional breeders they choose to work with to ensure that the puppies they have available come from breeders who give them the very best start in life. This results in puppies that make healthy and well-adjusted family members.
All Chevromist puppies stay with mum at their breeder’s home until they are eight weeks old, where they are wormed every two weeks since birth, have their first vaccination against Canine Hepatitis, Distemper and Parvovirus at six weeks, and examined individually by a veterinarian to be given a clean bill of health. All puppies leave microchipped, which permanently identifies them for life to help get them home as soon as possible in the event that they stray from home. Microchipping is usually carried out by a different veterinarian to give the puppies a second health check at about eight weeks of age. All puppies leave with a four-month health guarantee, comprehensive information pack, worming chart, and ongoing support to give a puppy the best start in its new home, as well as provide new owners with peace of mind.
Chevromist provides much helpful and up-to-date information regarding a new puppy before a family adopts, as well as provides support and help after they take their puppy home. Even experienced dog owners often find the high level of support valuable. Chevromist Kennels provides all this help and advice in a professional and friendly manner. Chevromist Kennels comes highly recommended by its customers, with their website’s References page full of happy families who now have a new family member in their lives. Adopting a puppy should be an exciting and joyous experience for the family, and Chevromist provides the knowledge, experience, ongoing support and care in a friendly and professional manner to make dog ownership the rewarding experience that it should be.