To become a Shichon puppy breeder, one has to be approachable, willing and able to give the right information about puppies and their parenting. A breeder must also be inquisitive on the customers' ability to care for the puppies.
A shichon is a cross-bred dog famed for been cheerful, energetic, playful, friendly and lively, and thus the need for good breeding. The Shichon puppy is a low maintenance dog and can care for itself through its lively nature. A breeder, therefore, has the responsibility to walk the dog, regularly brush it and occasionally give the dog a bath.
An excellent breeder ensures the puppies are clean, well fed and in good shape. The breeder must make time to interact with the puppies regularly to ensure the puppies are not afraid of their potential owners. Furthermore, a breeder maintains a clean and well-spaced facility for the puppies to exercise. The breeder also makes sure the facility is always clean.
A breeder also keeps records of customers he has provided puppies so they can serve as references for their excellent services. A good breeder ensures that they provide a bill of sale and a written health guarantee. It is also very important for a breeder to be readily available after the client takes the puppy home, since they may have general questions about the dog. The breeder is therefore required to have an active phone or email.