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How to buy a good Labrador puppy in Australia

How to buy a good Labrador puppy in Australia

How to buy a good Labrador puppy in Australia

About 60 minutes
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Any Labrador breeder can sell you a Labrador puppy! This guide will help you learn more about how to buy a good Labrador puppy in Australia.
Step 1. Which breeders
Deal with an experienced and registered Labrador breeder, and who are registered with an affiliate of the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC).
Which breeders
Step 2. Hip Dysplasia
Before buying the puppy, view the test results for the pup's parents for the condition of Hip Dysplasia. Check to see that the total score of both hips combined is not above 12, and that none of the nine individual criteria are above three.
Hip Dysplasia
Step 3. Elbow Dysplasia
Before buying the puppy, view and record the test results for the pup's parents for the condition of Elbow Dysplasia. Check to see that the total score of both elbows combined is as low as possible.
Elbow Dysplasia
Step 4. Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Before buying the puppy, view and record the test results for the pup's parents for the condition of Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA). The DNA test results can show that they are either clear, carrier, or affected.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Step 5. Exercise-induced Collapse (EIC)
Before buying the puppy, view and record the test results for the pup's parents for the condition of Exercise-induced Collapse (EIC). The DNA test results can show that they are either clear, carrier, or affected.
Exercise-induced Collapse (EIC)
Step 6. Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis (HNPK)
Before buying the puppy, view and record the test results for the pup's parents for the condition of Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis (HNPK). The DNA test results can show that they are either clear, carrier, or affected.
Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis (HNPK)
Step 7. Compare test results.
Before buying the puppy, compare the test results for the pup's parents for the conditions of PRA, EIC, and HNPK against the table below to decide if the puppy is considered to be suitable for you, mainly ensuring that the puppy can not be affected by any of the conditions.
DNA test results chart
Compare test results
Step 8. Satisfied?
If you are satisfied with the results from the above, then you could proceed to buy the Labrador puppy.
Satisfied

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