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Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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Samoyed Puppies

Rachel Poli Author
Rachel
Aug 17 ·

The Samoyed is also known as “Sammie” or “Smiley,” an adorable dog breed with a well-known fluffy white coat. They are friendly and make great companion dogs. This doggo will be good for most households, so if you’re thinking of getting a puppy, consider looking into Samoyed puppies.

A brief overview of the Samoyed

The Samoyed looks smaller than they seem. They are a medium-to-large-sized dog breed, standing about 19 to 23.5 inches tall and weigh between 35 and 65 pounds. Females are typically a bit smaller than males. This pooch is well-known for its fluffy white coat and a tail that curls up onto its back, resembling a Husky. This is Summit…

Given their size, they will do well in an apartment, even though they were bred to be in open spaces. However, as long as their exercise needs at met, Samoyed puppies can adapt to any living situation.

When it comes to owning a Samoyed, you can expect them to get attached to their humans. In fact, if left home alone for too long, they may be prone to separation anxiety. However, this doggo will get along just fine with everyone. They are friendly and sociable. So, if you have other pets in the home, whether it’s a dog, cat, or small animal, chances are the Samoyed will get along with them.

They will do okay with children, but they’ll do better with older children. If you have younger children in the house, it’s best to socialize them and the dog properly. Always supervise them playing together so that they can become friends.

Samoyed puppies will alert bark, so you don’t need to worry about them being too noisy throughout the day. They can have high bursts of energy, though, so they’ll need plenty of play and activity throughout the day.

Finally, the Samoyed is intelligent and independent. So, training might be more difficult on some days than others. Dultra…

Where can you find Samoyed puppies?

If you think this dog breed is the right one for you and your family, then you’re in luck. There are a few different places you can find this pup. But, first, you can call your local animal shelter or breed-specific rescue that cares for Samoyeds. These places may or may not have Samoyed puppies, but they might have adult or seniors Samoyeds that could use a good home as well.

Alternatively, you can research reputable breeders who specialize in this dog breed. They will be your best bet to find Samoyed puppies. These breeders will have a vast knowledge of the breed, and they’ll be able to tell you the family tree and health history of the litter. In addition, they’ll want to meet you and want you to meet the puppies before doing business with you. Finally, a good breeder will want to see the puppies go to a good home rather than make a profit. Tutu…

How much does a Samoyed puppy cost?

These pups, depending on where you get them, can cost between $600 and $1,500. However, there have been some cases where they cost up to $3,000. If you go through a rescue or shelter, the cost will likely be lower than going through a breeder.

Getting ready for your puppy

If you’ve decided that a Samoyed puppy is the right dog for you and you found where you’re going to get the pup, then let’s get ready for it.

There’s a lot of preparation involved. First, find a veterinarian who is accepting new patients. You can already set up your first vet appointment, and they’ll help you figure out what you need for your new pooch.

Then, you can go shopping. Some supplies you’ll need will include:

  • Collar
  • Leash
  • Harness
  • Grooming supplies
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Poop bags
  • Food bowls
  • Toys
  • Dog bed
  • Crate

Then, you can head home and set up your house for your puppy. First, give your puppy its own space in a certain room. This is where you can set up their bed, crate, and toys. You can also add baby gates so that your puppy won’t be able to wander. If there’s anything you don’t want your doggo getting at, be sure to put it up high and make sure no wires are around for them to chew.

Bringing home your new furry friend

If you don’t get your dog on the weekend, make sure to take a couple of days off from work. This way, you and your puppy can get to know one another and get used to each other.

In that space you set up for your puppy, allow them to sniff around and wander the room. Let them get used to you, all the new smells, and their new environment. If you want your friends and family to visit and meet the puppy, it’s best to wait a couple of days not to overwhelm the dog further. Leica…

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Then, you can begin training as soon as you can. Samoyeds can be independent and stubborn, so be sure to give them a lot of positive reinforcement and praise when they do something good. Nip unwanted behavior in the bud and start potty training and housebreaking as soon as possible.

Are Samoyed puppies right for your family?

If you’re able to give the Samoyed the exercise and attention it needs, can keep an eye on them with any little kids, and have an area for them in your home or apartment, then you can certainly consider this dog breed. 

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Rachel is a stay-at-home pet mom, caring for her dog, cat, turtle, tortoise, and fish. She's a content writer in various niches but most notably in the pet field, educating pet parents on the health and wellbeing of their furry friends. When she's not writing, she's reading, playing video games, or organizing something.
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