Choosing puppy scorecard

[emaillocker]It’s hard to remember the temperaments and personalities of each of the puppies you viewed. To make it easier for you, here is a scorecard to keep track of who you saw, and where.

Puppies you saw Puppy 1 Puppy 2 Puppy 3 Puppy 4 Puppy 5
Breeder          
Special markings          
Confidence          
Health
  • Clear, bright eyes with no discharge.
  • Clean ears.
  • Healthy and clean teeth and gums.
  • Signs of diarrhoea.
  • Not too fat, nor too thin.
  • Clear, bright eyes with no discharge.
  • Clean ears.
  • Healthy and clean teeth and gums.
  • Signs of diarrhoea.
  • Not too fat, nor too thin.
  • Clear, bright eyes with no discharge.
  • Clean ears.
  • Healthy and clean teeth and gums.
  • Signs of diarrhoea.
  • Not too fat, nor too thin.
  • Clear, bright eyes with no discharge.
  • Clean ears.
  • Healthy and clean teeth and gums.
  • Signs of diarrhoea.
  • Not too fat, nor too thin.
  • Clear, bright eyes with no discharge.
  • Clean ears.
  • Healthy and clean teeth and gums.
  • Signs of diarrhoea.
  • Not too fat, nor too thin.
Personality

(Your choice will depend on which traits you would like your dog to have.)

  • Confident.
  • Quiet.
  • Active.
  • Relaxed.
  • Shy or withdrawn.
  • Well socialised.
  • Curious and friendly.
  • Calm and happy.
  • Confident.
  • Quiet.
  • Active.
  • Relaxed.
  • Shy or withdrawn.
  • Well socialised.
  • Curious and friendly.
  • Calm and happy.
  • Confident.
  • Quiet.
  • Active.
  • Relaxed.
  • Shy or withdrawn.
  • Well socialised.
  • Curious and friendly.
  • Calm and happy.
  • Confident.
  • Quiet.
  • Active.
  • Relaxed.
  • Shy or withdrawn.
  • Well socialised.
  • Curious and friendly.
  • Calm and happy.
  • Confident.
  • Quiet.
  • Active.
  • Relaxed.
  • Shy or withdrawn.
  • Well socialised.
  • Curious and friendly.
  • Calm and happy.
Reaction to:

1.       How do they interact with each other? (Observe from a distance.)

2.       How does he react when picked up?

3.       How does he react when you clap your hands and call him?

4.       Recovery from scary noises?

5.       Does he want to play with a toy that you offer him?

 

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