Well of course I know they arent the same, i wanted know the reason as to why , and i know its best for the animal if breeders decide to do that.Dogs aren't cats for one thing, why would we treat one species the same as a completely different one? It's based on what has proven to be best for the animal.
Thank you this answers my questionMany dog breeders keep the puppies until 12 weeks, too, especially small breeds. But this is really only advisable if they're doing some training, or else the pup misses out on some valuable training time.
But dogs are pack animals, and will look to their human for guidance once they leave their mother. Cats aren't pack animals, and they don't learn cat lessons from humans, so if a kitten hasn't learned his cat lessons from his mother and littermates, watch out!