Monthly Archives: December 2010

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Euro Puppy

December 21, 2010

dog with santa

Rodney having fun with Santa – thank you Stephanie!

2010 has
been an eventful and exciting year for Euro Puppy. We listened to your feedback
and worked very hard to transform our website into a cheerful and easy-to-use
online environment. We lived up to the challenges of the new media and created
our Facebook page and started using Twitter giving you more direct ways for
interaction. We created a newsletter service and published several ebooks

But most of
all, we continued to find and show case some of the best and cutest puppies
Europe can offer.
Our puppies found loving, forever homes in Nicaragua, Qatar,
Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Egypt, Malaysia, Brazil, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates
and the Unites States of America –  just
to mention a few. We received many photos from happy families in these and
other countries that you can find among our references or on our Facebook page.

In 2011,
Euro puppy will continue to fulfill its mission by offering carefully selected puppies
from the Champion lines of Europe.

We wish
those of you, who have just received their puppies a very special first
Christmas with your new puppies and every dog lover a Merry Christmas and a
Happy New Year!

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8 things a dog should promise before Christmas

December 8, 2010

Most dogs are not as careful as the one in the video and they will not only dance around the Christmas tree. They are much more likely to think its edible or that it’s their new toy. To avoid disaster, here is a list of things a dog should promise as Christmas approaches:

  1. I will not open all the surprises just because I’m too curious.
  2. I know that Christmas light bulbs, ornaments, stockings and tinsel from the Christmas tree are not food.
  3. I will not demolish the Christmas tree and drag the string of lights out into the backyard through the doggy door.
  4. I will not cut myself while chewing away on Christmas light bulbs and ornaments, making my family have to call the vet’s at Christmas.
  5. I will not get tangled up in the Christmas tree lights and pull the tree down while trying to chase a cat through the window.
  6. I will not even think about diving into the Christmas tree to get the candy canes (which I will eat – paper and all).
  7. I will not pee on people’s presents in the hope that I might get them.
  8. I will not pee on the Christmas tree, because I don’t want to ruin my family’s Christmas by electrocuting myself.

As much as we love our dogs, we know that they rarely promise anything, so it is us who need to be extra careful at Christmas time. If we follow one basic rule, which is never leave the dog alone with the Christmas tree, we have already done a lot to prevent accidents from happening.

For those of you, who still haven’t found the right puppy, but would like to celebrate Christmas with a new four legged addition to the family, it is still not too late! You can still find your dream puppy and have it with you by Christmas Eve.

This year, we made a special effort to bring you the most amazing puppies before Christmas. Just have a look at some of them.


Elliott was born in a litter of 8. He is the most beautiful male. His sire has great show results and he has everything it takes to become a successful show dog himself! He has an amazingly friendly personality and he will play with anything and anybody. Labradors are well known for their friendly nature, so if you have young children Elliott could be a dream Christmas present for the whole family!


Lady Fox - Havanese puppy


Just look at that! What a fantastic color that puppy has! Lady Fox comes from great stock, her sire is junior champion. She is very affectionate, cheerful and friendly. The perfect present for Christmas!


White Prince - Bolognese puppy

This curious and playful little boy, called White Prince, is another exceptional pup. He has a beautiful snow white coat, which makes him all the more special. Both her parents have champion titles and he too has the potential to become the star of the ring. He will surely make your family’s Christmas memorable!

Remember, you are still in time to get your dream puppy for Christmas!


Why reputable breeders sell their puppies with Euro Puppy

December 2, 2010

This is a question that comes up again and again on different Q/A websites
and forums on the internet. In this post, we’ll try to shed some light on the real answer, instead of letting people guess and come to all the wrong conclusions.

The first misbelief is that a reputable breeder needs no help selling his or her puppies. What’s more, a reputable breeder has people lined up, eagerly waiting for the next litter to arrive so that they can get their hands on one of the puppies. More often than not, this is simply not the case.


doberman breeder

There is a world outside the United States

In America, there is a well-established market for high quality, pure bred puppies with millions of potential buyers,
who can afford to pay for quality. However, in Central European countries this market is very limited. Breeders in these countries invest just as much in their dogs
– feeding them quality products, taking them to dog shows abroad and so on – as any breeder in the western world. They also achieve great results on international, European and even on World Dog Shows. Yet, they have a harder time selling their puppies for what they are worth. Very few local people can afford to buy these puppies. Many breeders are stuck with litters of their champion dogs and that’s when they come to us for help. In addition, they prefer to do what they do best – breeding dogs – instead of struggling with
international shipping regulations, payments and language barriers.

The language barrier

After breeders in Hungary or other European countries realize that they can’t sell their puppies locally, they try abroad. However, since most of them speak little to no English, this is often impossible. This is the point, at which Euro Puppy comes in and helps everyone involved. We regularly visit our selected breeders personally, take photos of
their best puppies and showcase them on our website. We answer all inquiries, handle travel documents and the shipping itself. We open up a global market to our breeders and help them get a fair price, while they can spend more time with their dogs.

International relations and expatriates

We placed puppies in 88 countries over the past 9 years. Some of these countries, the United Arab Emirates or Qatar for instance, have substantial English speaking expatriate communities, who are keen to buy good quality puppies from reputable breeders. The problem they face, is that there are hardly any local breeders in the Middle East and they have difficulties trusting local pet stores or breeders abroad, not to mention language barriers and tough import regulations. So they want to work with someone who is experienced and can be trusted. We help these families find the puppy they are looking for. We connect demand and supply at an international or global level and as a result everyone is better off. Our breeders get rewarded for their efforts, their puppies find loving, forever homes and the families we help are happy to have a new addition to their families.



If you want a second opinion, make sure you listen to those who have used our service and not those, who judge without knowing us. 

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