In breeding dogs, puppies are obtained in different qualities: SHOW CLASS, BRID CLASS, PET CLASS.
This division applies to any breed of dog.
Some dogs go to exhibitions and breeding, while others simply delight their owner as a companion, friend.
The price of a dog depends on its quality.
A breeder who has been involved in the breed for more than one year by 2 months can already predict the quality and prospects of puppies for the future. By 2 months, the puppy has the silhouette and movements that he will have in adulthood. The older the puppy, the better it can be seen. THE BREEDER CAN ONLY ASSUME THAT THE LITTLE PUPPY IS CURRENTLY WITHOUT FAULTS AND IF WISHED IS SUITABLE FOR SHOW AND BREEDING.

SHOW (from English show- show, spectacle)
You want a beautiful show-level dog from high quality studs. As a rule, puppies with show potential are much more expensive and, when they grow up, are the most up to standard. These are, as a rule, high-breed dogs intended for exhibitions and breeding, having excellent anatomy and temperament. They can have a number of minor flaws (as you know, there are no dogs without flaws) and a number of advantages that more than cover the shortcomings. In addition, they have an outstanding pedigree. Dogs of this class can win prizes at monobreed and major exhibitions, and also take an active part in breeding and are the pride of the kennel. These are the most prestigious and expensive dogs, regardless of whether it is a male or a female. From the point of view of many owners, the show class also includes breeding. These puppies are usually the best in the litter. High-class dogs are needed by responsible people who are serious about purchasing a puppy and plan to take care of a dog in all respects, sparing neither time nor money.
But it is also important to remember that Champions are not born, but made. Therefore, claiming high-profile victories, remember that you must ideally grow, educate and prepare your rising star for exhibitions. If you cannot do it yourself due to lack of knowledge and experience, then hire a groomer and handler.
BRID (from English breed - breed)
If you are planning to breed and shows are important or secondary to you, then you need a breed-level dog. Dogs of the breed class, in general, are fairly even in anatomy, with minor flaws or more pronounced than in the show dog. These are, as a rule, females that make up the backbone of kennels with good reproductive and hereditary characteristics. They consistently receive "excellent" ratings at various exhibitions. Such dogs must also have an excellent pedigree and stable ancestors that fully comply with the breed standard. Breed class females are very widely used in breeding and, with the right selection of a pair, can produce outstanding offspring. Breed class puppies are cheaper than show class. At the same time, a male breed is cheaper than a female breed, since males of the breed class, as a rule, participate in breeding only with rare exceptions. Therefore, their cost is lower.
Breeding dogs must be of good parentage. Their origin is sometimes more important than the exterior. They meet all the requirements of the standard and often their owners make them a good show career. If you seriously decide to start breeding, and not just get a pet, then you should take care of acquiring a breeding animal.
Therefore, if you want to achieve success at shows and respect, recognition among breeders, opt for the best you can find.
PET (from English pet- pet).
These are dogs (not to be confused with mestizos!) Having, according to the standard, sufficiently large flaws, or an undesirable type that excludes the participation of a dog in breeding, so you should not expect that your little bun will grow into a star dog from the picture and will be admired by passers-by. These shortcomings do not threaten the health and quality of life of the animal. Both males and females of this class are not used for breeding.
By purchasing a puppy at an acceptable price for the soul, you inform the breeder that you should not be bothered about participating in exhibitions. Therefore, if you suddenly change your mind and want to participate in exhibitions and get a litter, then it is better to get yourself another animal - show- or breed - class.
If you are purchasing a female for home use, we recommend that you spay her. This will prevent accidental mating and burdening you with puppies. If you leave the bitch unneutered, you need to prepare for her heats 2 times a year. The cycle can last from 20 to 30 days. During this period, the bitch may be subject to sharp fluctuations in behavior.
If you get a dog "for yourself" and you are indifferent to the exterior, you should not use it for mating. Do you have sufficient knowledge about the breed?