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When looking for homes for your puppies

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what do you as a breeder look for in the homes? I thought I'd ask the reverse of what to look for in a breeder as there are two sides to every story.
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I'm considered someone with OUT financial security because I'm a college student with a part time job ((That I save every penny from xD)) and I still live with my parents ((until I graduate))

Alot of breeders won't even respond to my emails when I tell them how old I am
because I don't have a "stable" job ((I only have a part time job to buy myself things...my mom pays for everything else v.v; I'm spoiled))
I had one breeder tell me that I'm to young to have a dog of my own AND I don't have a secure job
she was very rude about it
 

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I could understand though
every single ad on our local classifieds says something like
"We got a puppy then lost our job" or they realized it was more expensive then they thought
so I can understand NEEDING a financially secure home
((I'd call it a home where an income was coming in, I personally don't think the amount coming in matters as long as its enough to own a dog on))
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of course some of them may have lost their jobs which can't be foreseen
but I'd put money down over half of them never thought of how expensive a dog can be
I'm pretty lucky that I don't have to pay for anything else other than my dog and the upkeep of her, alot of people aren't that lucky
 

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Thats what I did
I saved for Elphie, it makes me love her just a little bit more
everytime I get upset with her I think of all the dirty loud little kids I put up with every summer to get her and keep her and it makes me less upset v.v;
 
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