Recherche Learning Center

Adopt or Shop? An Honest Answer

Highlights Saving Lives Through Adoption: Emphasize the significant impact of adopting from shelters, potentially saving dogs from euthanasia, with supporting statistics from 2019. Ethical Breeding vs. Puppy Mills: Highlight the contrast between the problematic practices of puppy mills and the responsible, caring approach of ethical breeders. Cost-Effectiveness of Adoption: Stress the economic advantage of adopting

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Choosing Between a Trained or Untrained Puppy: What’s Best for You?

Highlights Trained Puppies: Offer basic training skills, saving initial effort. Quality and methods vary; research is crucial to match your needs. Untrained Puppies: Require starting from zero, demanding more time but providing personalized training and bonding opportunities. Training Facility Considerations: It is important to check the training environment and methods at the facility to ensure

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Why Should You Trust Recherche Kennels?

At Recherche Kennels, we deeply understand the value our clients place on making a meaningful and worthwhile investment in their families. They are looking to bring home not just any puppy, but a well-trained, beautiful, and healthy one that enriches their family life. Our clients are typically people of means who are intelligent and diligent

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Crate Training – How to Crate Train Your Pup

Understanding Crate Training What is Crate Training? Crate training is a valuable tool for both you and your puppy. It involves using a crate, typically made of wire or plastic, as a safe and comfortable space for your pup to rest and relax. This method can help with housebreaking, providing security, and ensuring your dog

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Carsickness – How to Help Your Pup Adjust to Travel

As owners, we feel terrible when our pup doesn’t tolerate riding in the car well. We consider leaving them at home to avoid the whining, pacing, drooling, barking, and the potential mess that can come with traveling in the car. However, by avoiding this stressful situation and only taking our pups out once or twice

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