Originally Posted by stepstombaugh
If you make a web page make sure to include the list of all the titles both dogs (the male and female) have won, include the breeding lines they came from (up to at least 3 generations back), the scores of all the testing you (as a breeder) have done, and a copy of the contract you expect prospective owners to sign.
Show that you are a legitimate breeder, not just a backyard breeder hoping to make some extra money by selling living beings.
Is this the first litter you've had since you started breeding? Have you talked to your breeding mentor about how to go about placing the puppies in a good home? It's always best to go to a pro, and in this case, your breeding mentor would be able to help you the best.
Advertising in the paper is not ideal. Didn't you have a waiting list for your beautiful boxers? Most breeders have people that put in a request for a puppy as soon as, or even before, pregnancy is confirmed. Registered breeders don't need to advertise, their pups sell themselves.