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Learn more about the breeds we breed! Learn about Siberian Huskies and AKK (aka Mini Huskies).

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General Information

Check out this articles that will help you raise & take good care of your new pet! Everything from bad stuff for dogs to how to store pet food so food won't get contaminated & more!

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Bad Stuff For Your Dog                    Poison & Pets
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                      Choosing Your Pet                           Smoking Hazardous For Pets
      Dogs & Children                               Storing Pet Foods
      Pet Food Recall Overview                The First 48 Hours
Warning Signs That Your Child's Behavior Is Dangerous To Pets

Benefits Of Spaying/Neutering


A Breeder Poem

A Breeder (with a capital B) is one who thirsts for knowledge and never really knows it all, one who wrestles with decisions of conscience, convenience, and commitment.

A Breeder goes without sleep (but never without coffee!) in hours spent planning a breeding or watching anxiously over the birth process, and afterwards, over every little sneeze, wiggle or cry.

A Breeder is one who sacrifices personal interests, finances, time, friendships, fancy furniture, and deep pile carpeting!  She gives up the dreams of a long, luxurious cruise in favor of turning that all important Show into this years "vacation".

 A Breeder skips dinner parties because that litter is due or the babies have to be fed at eight. She disregards birth fluids and puts mouth to mouth to save a gasping newborn, literally blowing life into a tiny, helpless creature that may be the culmination of a lifetime of dreams.

A Breeders lap is a marvelous place where generations of proud and noble champions once snoozed.

A Breeders hands are strong and firm  and often soiled, but ever so gentle and sensitive to the thrusts of a puppy’s wet nose.

A Breeders back and knees are usually arthritic from stooping, bending, and sitting in the birthing box, but are strong enough to enable the breeder to Show the next choice pup to a Championship.

A Breeders shoulders are stooped and often heaped with abuse from competitors, but they’re wide enough to support the weight of a thousand defeats and frustrations.

A Breeders arms are always able to wield a mop, support an armful of puppies, or lend a helping hand to a newcomer.

A Breeders ears are wondrous things, sometimes red (from being talked about) or strangely shaped (from being pressed against a phone receiver), often deaf to criticism, yet always fine-tuned to the whimper of a sick puppy.

A Breeders eyes are blurred from pedigree research and sometimes blind to her own dog’s faults, but they are ever so keen to the competitions faults and are always searching for the perfect specimen.

A Breeders brain is foggy on faces, but it can recall pedigrees faster than an IBM computer. It’s so full of knowledge that sometimes it blows a fuse: it catalogues thousands of good bonings, fine ears, and perfect heads...and buries in the soul the failures and the ones that didn’t turn out.

A Breeders heart is often broken, but it beats strongly with hope everlasting... and it’s always in the right place!

Detecting Internet Scams

Detecting Internet Scams

Scams Targeting Puppy Buyers

Before internet, when one wished to purchase a puppy they were, for the most part limited to buying something local. Things have changed, the world now relies on the internet for so many things. People can research the different breeds, a world of options has opened up to be almost endless. This has also opened up new opportunity for scam.

You have decided to bring a new pet into your home, you have researched and read up on all of the pets traits. Next you need to find a breeder, rescue or someone who has what you are looking for.

There are a lot of scammers posing as breeders, pretending to sell fictitious puppies. They take your deposit and you never hear from them again. These scammers are usually running out of foreign countries, posing as USA or Canadian breeders selling adorable little puppies, when in fact they don't even own a dog themselves let alone have a puppy to sell. The vast majority of breeders advertising puppies for sale are legitimate breeders, however you must keep your guard up for these scam 'breeders'.

How can you tell if the breeder you are dealing with is for real and not one of those scams running out of countries such as Nigeria or other foreign countries?

Most good breeder listings do their best to weed out scams. Granted they don't always catch the scammers. Ads for scammers do run in the best breeder listings from time to time, but are removed as soon as the scammer is detected. The scammer opens up the ad page with a stolen credit card and it can be very hard to tell that the credit card has been stolen.

Be extra cautious of ads found in free classified ads, (sites where it is free to post an ad). One does not have to avoid sites which run free listings, as there are plenty of legit ads on them, however do be extra cautious, as scammers feed on free places to find their pray.

A lot of these scammers create a website or classified ad page to sell their so called "puppies". They steal images and text off of actual breeder websites. At first glance their websites look really legit. You fall in love with the picture, contact the scammer and begin to talk to them about purchasing the adorable little puppy. Eventually you send them a deposit via usually Western Union, and you suddenly never hear from them again. You never receive your puppy, because there was no puppy, and you just lost your money.

These scammers often steal pictures from the internet of the most irresistible dogs and puppies and post them for sale. For example, here is a blog on the same deceased Pekingese being sold over and over again. http://ravinwoodfarm.blogspot.com. The dog's name is Hershey and he passed away late 2005.

A good way to determine if a picture of a dog or puppy posted for sale is really for sale, or is simply a stolen picture, ask the seller to send you a picture of that same dog or puppy with something in the picture which you can identify. Such as a piece of paper with the date written on it, or even with your own name written on it. Beware of doctored pictures, so ask to see different shots of the same dog in different poses with your identifiable object in the picture.

Because these scammers are running out of third world foreign countries, catching them is difficult to almost impossible. In order for you to prosecute the scammer, the country you are in would have to work with the country they are in. In most cases, the country the scammer is running out of is not willing to cooperate. The cost of prosecuting the scammer is very high and the country you are in will most likely not be willing to fork out the money.

So what can we do about these scams? We can educate ourselves on how to detect them, and not fall for it. If scammers can't scam us, they wont make money and we all know it's the money that is driving them to do it.

Useful tips on detecting a scammer posing as a breeder.

1. Look at the website very closely for clues. For example, these scammers are stealing pictures from other websites and adding their own description under them. One website pretending to sell Beagle puppies had a photo of a dog that was clearly not a Beagle puppy. They also had photos of male puppies and under the photo claimed the dog to be a female or vice versa.

2. Ask to see more photos of the same puppy from different angles. Ask to see a picture of the same puppy when it was a few weeks younger. Can the breeder produce them?

3. One reason these scam websites look so legit is because they are stealing text from real breeder websites. Copy and paste a sentence or two from the site in question into a Google search with quotes around the text; for example, if they have a list of references. The quotes tell Google to look for those exact words in the same order as you have them typed. If you find another website with those same exact words on it, a red flag should go up. Either the site you are investigating has stolen the words, OR they have had their words stolen from them.

4. If the website has its own domain name and is not a free website such as GeoCities etc... Take the domain name address and go to www.DNSstuff.com. Put the domain name into the "WHOIS Lookup". Does the country in the domain name records match the address the website has as their contact info? Keep in mind, hosting companies are often within the same country as the site owner, but not necessarily inside the same state or town. They rarely, if ever, however use a company outside their own country.

5. Does the website have a phone number down as a contact? And if so, have you been able to speak to a real person? Most scammers will not get on the phone. One, because their English is very bad, and two, the phone bill would be very high since they are in a different country than you are. Also, with caller ID, they do not want to take the risk you can tell they are not out of the area they claim to be out of. Some of these scammers pretend to be deaf or have another odd reason why they cannot talk, getting a relay operator to relay their messages for them. Relay operators are not allowed to reveal it is a scam. By law they can only relay the message without giving their own input.

6. Take the area code of the phone number listed on the site and enter it into the Reverse Area Code. Does the area match the area the breeder claims to be out of?

7. Copy and paste the email contact info into a Google search. Does anything else come up under that email address? A lot of times nothing will come up, and that really does not tell you anything. However from time to time you will get results under an email address. Look at the results and where this email address has appeared elsewhere on the internet. Looking at the Google cached pages can be helpful in viewing expired ad pages. Sometimes you will discover the same email address has claimed to be in many different areas of a country. For example one email address may appear selling English Bulldog puppies out of New York state in the USA and also appear selling puppies in California inside the USA. This is a clear warning sign of a scam.

8. Does the "breeder" you have contacted communicate in broken English? Since most of these scammers are working out of foreign countries, their English is not very good. They will usually have many spelling and grammar errors in their emails.

If you have a bad feeling about a "breeder", it is best to steer clear. Go elsewhere for your purchase. If you use your common sense and do not ignore any warning signs, you can usually tell if it is a real breeder on the other end. Lets not contribute to a scammers booming business.

Which Dog Food Should I Get?

This is an important decision to be made. You want your dog to eat the best food possibly & to grow strong & healthy. So which dog food will do just that? Well first of all you should know the "truth" about dog food. Do you know what goes into the major dog food brand?

There are many ingredients that should not be added to the dog food. They are no nutrition in them. The major ingredients that is added to dog food is Meat "by-product". Do you know what meat by-product is? Meat by-product consist of organs & parts not desired or condemned, for human consumption such as the following:

  • Bones
  • Blood
  • Feet
  • Heads
  • Ligaments
  • Feather
  • Intestines

Sounds gross? Another question what do you think happens to all the road kills, dying/died animals, & animals with diseases? They are used to produced the "by-product" meals. It might seem that this can't be true but it is.

Next time you vist PetSmart make sure you buy a dog food that DOESN'T include this ingredients:

  • Meat by-product (Chicken by-product, Turkey by-product, Pork by-product, etc) (Anything with "by-product")
  • Corn (Dogs can't digest this easily)
  • Meat & Bone or Beef & bone meal (No BONES!)
  • Animal Fat (Chicken fat, Poultry fat etc is fine)
  • Brewser Rice
  • Beef Tallow (A low quality fat product)

So What Do You Feed Your Dogs/Puppies?

 The Dogs & Puppies are giving "Diamond" The Puppy Food ingredients are deboned chicken, chicken meal, whole ground brown rice, whole ground barley, oatmeal, rye, whole potatoes, chicken fat (preserved with natural mixed tocopherols), menhaden fish meal, (natural source of DHA-Docosahexaneoic acid), tomato pomace (natural source of lycopene), natural chicken flavor, whole carrots, whole sweet potatoes, dried egg, bluberries, canberries, flaxseed, barely grass, dried parsley, alfalfa meal, kelp meal, taurine, l-carnitine, l-lysine, yucca schidigera extract, green tea extract, turmeric, glarlic, sunflower oil (natural source of omega 6 fatty acids), herring oil (natraul sourceof omega 3 fatty acids), dried chicory root, black malted barley, oil of rsemary, vitamin a supplement, vitamin c, vitamin e supplement, vitamin d3 supplement, beta carotene, calcium ascorbate (source of vitamin c), vitamin b12 supplement, niacin vitaminb6), thiamine mononitrate vitamin b1), folic acid, biotin, choline chloride, dicalcium phoosphate, zincamino acid complex,( source of chelated zinc), iron amino acid complex (source of chelated iron), copper amino acid coplex (source of chelated copper), manganese amino acid complex ( source of chelated manganese)< potassium amino acid complex ( source of chelated potassium), cobalt protenate (source of chelated coablt), dicalcium phosphate, potassium chloide, sodium selenite, salt, lactobacillus acidophilus, bacillus subtills, bifidobacterium thermophilum, bifidobacterium longum, enterococcus faecium. 

There are a few other that are healthy as well such as Eagle Pack, Holistic Select, Taste of the Wild, Merrick, Evo, Natures Variety, & Canidae.

Puppies Photos

Siberian Husky Puppies Pictures

South Carolina Puppies For Sale

Whether you’re looking for a black and white, red and white, grey and white or solid white Siberian husky puppy, we’ve got the husky puppies for sale that you will want and love. We also breed Doberman puppies for sale in South Carolina, as well as AKKs, also known as miniature husky, puppies for sale. The Puppy World has been breeding dogs for years and believes in breeding for the betterment of the breeds. Every effort is made to stay current on breed issues and we work hard to breed the healthiest, happiest puppies for sale in South Carolina, and then find them loving homes throughout the US and Canada.

Where to buy Husky Puppies?

From The Puppy World! Huskies come in a multitude of colors and markings and are athletic, intelligent dogs that require a yard with a strong fence. We’ve got black/white, gray/white, red/white, and solid white puppies, AKKs, also known as miniature husky puppies for sale.

SC Doberman Puppies For Sale, Too

Doberman pups are energetic and grow up to be super energetic, loyal and affectionate family canines. We’ve got Doberman puppies for sale in South Carolina where they’re waiting to find a permanent family and make your house their new home. We have black/rust, blue/rust, red/rust, and fawn/rust Dobermans.

Love, Care & Affection

At The Puppy World, we love all of our Siberian Huskies, AKKs, also known as Mini Huskies, and Doberman puppies and we let them know. We give our SC puppies the attention they deserve and the proper health care they need so they’re ready to head out our door and into your life. Remember - pets are not disposable. If you’re ready to add a permanent, loving new family member of the furry kind to your house, give us a call today.

Cell:704-248-1923 Email: thepuppyworld@hotmail.com www.thepuppyworld.com

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"The Puppy World" is a breeder of Siberian Huskies, AKK , & DobermansWe "The Puppy World" are located in Campobello SC 29322 about 20 minutes from Spartanburg SC.

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 July 2014 10:27
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