Places to advertise puppies for sale include local newspapers, vet bulletin boards, local pet supply shops and breeding magazines. Advertising online is not recommended because it affords less opportunities to learn more about the buyer and their interactions with the puppies before completing the sale.
If you want to advertise the puppies in a local newspaper, take out an advertisement. Similarly, take out advertisements in breeding magazines to help reach a more specialized audience. For both veterinarian bulletin boards and local pet supply shops, you can design a flier and post them at these businesses with the permission of the owners.
You may include the price of the dog on the flier or advertisement. Before creating the flier or ad, determine your dog's price by factoring in the average cost for the breed, the cost of professional care you have already provided, and the specific quality of he dog in terms of pet quality, breeding quality or show quality. With this in mind, profit should not be the main concern, and the price should not be so high it makes it difficult to find an owner for the puppies. Remember that trying to sell the puppies before they have had eight to 12 weeks of experience weaning and building social skills may make it harder to locate a buyer.