Should I Use a Puppy Finder Service?

Should I Use a Puppy Finder Service?

Where to Start?

There’s a lot to finding and picking the perfect puppy. It’s no small task — trust us, we know. While a lot of the choices are entirely subjective, there are definitely practical issues to be considered. The first question is typically some version of “how do I find the right dog for me?”, “Should I Use a Puppy Finder Service?”. You’re in luck — Pawfax is here to make things easy for you (and for your future pupper!). 

Advantages of a Puppy Finder Service

For many, finding a reputable breeder alone is a bit of a head-scratcher. Where do you even start? Where do you look? Craigslist? The newspaper? It can often appear easier to just visit the pet store or call someone who knows someone. The issue is generally not a lack of interest in finding a reputable breeder. Instead, many people simply don’t have an easy way to do that.

A puppy finding service like Pawfax is exactly that — an easy, transparent way to connect vetted, legitimate, and ethical breeders to potential puppy buyers. With just a few clicks, you can easily find the perfect puppy to add to your family.

Why Pawfax?

So, why choose Pawfax over other puppy finding services? Well, the answer is simple. We protect the buyers, the breeders, and most importantly: the puppies. Our Pawfax Verified Badge means that we’ve worked with the breeders to ensure that they stand up to the Pawfax standard. Additionally, we protect our puppy buyers and guarantee that any puppy sold through our platform is 100% verified as healthy.

Other online puppy finder services are often just brokers or middlemen, selling puppies from fraudulent and unethical breeders. But don’t take our word for it. In 2017, Rolling Stone magazine published an exposé on the puppy mill crisis, stating: Visit Souce 

“[Bad Breeders] hide behind sites like puppyspot.com, a huge Web broker that sells many breeders’ dogs out of its call-center office in Florida. In 2011, a lawsuit filed in part by HSUS claimed that the company (which was then called purebredbreeders.com) used roughly 800 domain names to lure buyers into thinking they were purchasing puppies from a quality, responsible breeders.” Instead, “we found puppy-millers with USDA violations,” says Kimberly Ockene, an attorney for HSUS. A Florida judge dismissed it as a jointly filed suit, and a subsequent ruling forced the buyers of sick dogs to either re-file individually or drop the matter. Still, says Ockene, “we’ve had success in some cases. Litigation can be [an] effective tool for combating the puppy-mill problem.” (A representative from puppyspot.com declined to participate in the reporting for this story.)” www.puppyspot.com

 

Things to Consider

Picking Pawfax as your puppy finding service puts you directly in touch with reputable, legitimate breeders. We take the worry out of buying a purebred puppy, with protection for all parties involved (including the puppy!). This gives you more time and energy to devote to the well-being of your future doggo. You are free to search our Puppy Finder service free forever!

 

With that in mind, we’re sure Pawfax can put you in touch with the perfect breeder. Whether you’re looking for a giant couch-potato greyhound, or a tiny, full-of-energy Australian shepherd, Pawfax can connect you with your ideal best friend. 

 

As always, if you’ve got any questions, concerns, or conversations — bark at us here! [email protected]

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