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1. What term is used to describe the opposite of a reputable (ie. disreputable) breeder?
2. Which one of these is an acceptable reason to breed?
3. What is likely to be the main motivation for people who breed dogs unofficially?
4. How does a reputable breeder deter potential new owners of their pet-quality puppies (i.e. ones that do not have show or working potential) from having their own offspring if they're sold before they are spayed/neutered?
5. While reputable breeders aim to produce dogs that have working or show potential, it is inevitable that they will produce some pet-quality dogs. What is done to prevent the genes of such dogs from being perpetuated?
6. It is generally considered unnecessary to breed mutts. Why is this?
7. Many people assume that all a breeder needs to do to be considered reputable is to register dogs with their country's Kennel Club. This is wrong. Why?
8. Why don't reputable breeders advertise on the internet (apart from on their own personal websites)?
9. What is one thing a reputable breeder should provide for any new owner?
10. What is NOT one of the reasons a reputable breeder wants to check a potential new home for a puppy?
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