Where Can I Buy a Lhasa Apso?

I was wondering where a good place would be to buy a lhasa apso puppy? I live in Wisconsin, but I can’t find any place that would sell them? I don’t really know where to look either though. Thanks in advance!

Please don not buy them from a pet store as they most likely use a puppy farm which is so cruel you would not believe.

I live in the UK so am not sure where the best place in the US is but see if you can get one from a recommended breeder.

If you get it from a breeder then please make sure that you see the puppy with its mother and check out the environment that they have the animals in.

Even better why not go to a dog rescue and pick up one of the many beautiful dogs that are without a home!!

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  • rosepup2323

    try the internet

    pet stores might have them but call first so your not waisting time

    good luck!!
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  • Rosalie

    ARRRGH!!! Rosepup!!!!

    Any puppy in a store or on the internet will come from a puppymill!
    Do you not watch Oprah?

    Here is the proper place to look:
    http://www.lhasaapso.org/index.html
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  • rebex

    Please don not buy them from a pet store as they most likely use a puppy farm which is so cruel you would not believe.

    I live in the UK so am not sure where the best place in the US is but see if you can get one from a recommended breeder.

    If you get it from a breeder then please make sure that you see the puppy with its mother and check out the environment that they have the animals in.

    Even better why not go to a dog rescue and pick up one of the many beautiful dogs that are without a home!!
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  • Cutie

    i would suggest you not to buy one
    my neighbourhood frnd has one
    they look extremely cute and are small but they are equally violent
    this one is the terror of the society and has bitten many
    though he is cute and licks my feet wenever we meet, i was his first victim 6 months ago……..lucky i had my jeans on !
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  • erin b

    First I would suggest talking to a local Veterinarian. A lot of times they can tell you who is a respectable breeder and who isn’t. If that does not work, try your local newspapers classified ads or craigslist.com make sure you go to check out the breeders and the parents of the puppies. Please for your sake try to avoid the pet stores. They have cute puppies, but sometimes they are way more trouble than they are worth.

    When you pick a puppy let it come to you. When you pick it up it should let you roll it over on its back and stay there for at least 10 seconds without fidgeting. That shows you that the dog is not afraid of you and is trusting (that is important in any relationship)
    And most of all take your time you will know the right dog when you see it.

    Good luck in your adventure.
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    have had several dogs and have helped raise several litters of puppies and as a teenager worked at a pet store… So trust me please avoid buying dogs from there.

  • kimbo98

    Check your local petstore!
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    me!!!

  • Just Surfin

    Petfinder.com – rescue groups get puppies too.

    Check with your local shelters. People often dump pregnant dogs, or puppies that they "can’t find homes for" from "accidental" litters.

    Check Craigslist, though I would be a little reluctant there because they tend to be from backyard breeders who have no freakin’ clue what they’re doing. But sometimes someone who got "such a cute little puppy" learns that they can’t keep it so will put it up on Craigslist.

    DO NOT buy from a petstore, because they get their puppies from puppy mills, which means that not only are the puppies poorly bred and often sickly, it condemns their parents (and thousands of dogs like them) to lives in small cages churning out puppies like a Chinese factory.

    DO NOT buy from an internet website, for basically the same reason – in order to keep enough puppies to be worth advertising and to always have the puppies "in stock", they churn them out without much regard to health, temperament, or genetic testing.

    Save a life – adopt from rescue.
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