Letter to New Puppy Owner from Breeder

Letter to New Puppy Owner from Breeder (Examples & Templates You Can Use)

If you’re a dog breeder, I know how hard it is to see your puppies go – but it’s part of the process and has to happen.

As part of your service as a breeder, it’s helpful – and courteous – to send all new puppy owners a letter.

In this letter, you can thank them for their business, wish them well with their new puppy, and even hint that they could send you pupdates to let you know how they’re getting on!

Letter to New Puppy Owner from Breeder

“Dear ___,

I just wanted to send you a short letter to thank you for your custom and see how you’re getting on with your new puppy.

I’m sure she’s settling in just fine, but if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask me.

Also, feel free to keep in touch and let me know how you’re getting on!

Thanks again, and kind regards

[name].”


“Dear ___,

Congratulations on your new puppy! Here at ____, we are committed to helping new owners like you get the most out of their pup. I am sure he is already settling in and becoming a part of your family.

If there is anything you need from us – whether it be advice or support – please don’t hesitate to reach out.

We’d love to hear updates on how your pup is doing, so please keep us in the loop with any photos or stories about your pup.

Lastly, if you ever want to catch up and talk about other breeds or simply get a puppy update from us here at ____, we would be more than happy to accommodate.

Thank you for your business and for choosing ____. Wishing you all the best with your new puppy!

Sincerely,

___”


“Dear ___,

It was a pleasure meeting you and your family – and we are so excited that you have chosen one of our puppies to be part of your life!

We are sure he will bring much joy, laughter and love into your lives, as all our puppies do.

We hope that this letter serves as a reminder of the standards we maintain here at ____. If there is anything we can help with, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Also, feel free to send us pupdates on how he’s doing – keeping in touch with new owners like you is something we always enjoy!

We wish you the best of luck with your new puppy, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you again for choosing ____!

Sincerely,

___”


“Dear ___,

I just wanted to touch base and thank you for your custom while also checking on how well your new puppy is settling into his home.

I’m sure everything is going well, but if you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact me – that’s what I’m here for!

Also, it would be great to get updates on how your pup is doing and see photos of them growing up, so feel free to keep us posted.

We hope you are all enjoying the newest addition to your family and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you again for choosing ____ and wishing you all the best with your new pup!

Sincerely,

___”


“Dear ___,

We hope [dog’s name] is settling in nicely and that you are having a wonderful time with your new furry family member.

We know how important it is to have the right support when welcoming a new puppy into your home, so if there is anything we can do to help in any way please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Also, if you’d like to send us pupdates on how they’re doing or share photos of them growing up we would be more than happy to hear from you!

Thank you once again for choosing ____, and wishing you all the best with your new puppy!

Sincerely,

___”


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Tips when Writing a Letter to New Puppy Owners

If you want to write your own letter to the owners of a puppy purchased from your business, here are some important things to consider:

Thank Them for Their Custom

Thanking the puppy owners for choosing your business is a great way to show them you appreciate their trust and loyalty and value them as a customer.

Include Useful Advice

Provide helpful advice or guidance regarding puppy care, feeding, or any other pertinent information.

You can never give someone too much information, so if you can think of anything helpful be sure to pass it on.

Keep in Touch

Invite the owners to keep in touch with updates on how their pup is doing and send photos of them growing up.

This helps build a relationship between yourself and the new owners and increases the chance of them recommending you to someone else.

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