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When you buy a Briard puppy from a breeder, you are establishing a relationship with that breeder that will last through the lifetime of the dog (maybe even longer).  That is why it is very important to discuss almost every aspect of your puppy’s life with the breeder before the purchase, so you know where the breeder stands on the issues of concern to you.  When talking with the breeder you may want to ask about the following topics:The Breeder’s Philosophy, Their Home Life, Puppy Development, Socialization, Crate Training, Separation Anxiety, Ear Crops, Temperament Testing, Litter Evaluations, Naming Conventions, Shipping, Microchips, Contracts, Shot Protocols, Health Certifications