It is possible that you will bring home a dog from a mill that has potential behavioral and medical issues if you do not ask the appropriate questions.
You should not be scared to ask the vendors a lot of questions, and you should keep a list of questions close to hand in order to avoid any red flags.
The best breeders will ask you questions about your lifestyle, habits,
and your familiarity with their breed in order to ensure that their puppies are a good match for you.
In addition, they will ask you these things in order to pair you with the puppy in their litter whose disposition is the most suitable in your case.
They demand the best for everything, including you and your dogs.
In the event that the breeder does not ask you any questions and appears worried about the future of the dog,