Breed  Selection 

Before choosing a breed, think about how much space you'll need for exercise and playtime.

Know what you're looking for 

Size  Selection  

If you live in an apartment, you might want to choose a smaller dog that won't require too much room. A larger dog will require more space.

According to your location

Training Matters 

Smaller dogs tend to be easier to train than large ones. Larger dogs usually require more training because they are more energetic and active.

Will they need training? 

Behavior Matters 

Look up the breed online and read reviews. Also, check out how well-behaved the puppies are.

Do they have good manners? 

Size   Matters 

A good rule of thumb when choosing a puppy is to choose one between 8 and 12 pounds. 

Don't get too small or too big 

Health  Matters 

If you're looking at puppies, check them out thoroughly. Look for hip dysplasia, eye problems, skin allergies, and other potential health issues

Check for any health issues. 

Final  decision 

so it's important to consider all aspects of the breed before making a final decision. 

Many different shapes and sizes