How did you end up with these puppies? Where is the mother? How old are they? Have they been seen by a vet? If they have been seen by a vet, why not place a notice in the vet's office to find homes for them?
"Some days you're the dog; some days you're the hydrant". author unknown
Please, if you do place these pups, type up a contract for new owners to sign that they will spay and neuter these pups. And do not drop the ball, follow up on them and make sure it gets done. Even if it means you pay for it yourself. Do not let the cycle continue. It's called BEING RESPONSIBLE.
He's your friend,your partner,your defender your dog.You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to worthy of such devotion
If you have the mother get her spayed as soon as the vet says it OK. If $$ is a problem check out low cost spay clinics in your area. Keeping your dog(s) healthy is part of being a responsible pet owner.
If the puppies are old enough to leave the mother contact some of your local rescues. Rescues usually can find GOOD homes for puppies. It is better to have them placed by people who will make sure they have good homes then just selling them to make a buck.
I firmly believe a dog owner who lets their females become pregnant is responsilbe to ensure the offspring are healthy, placed in good homes and altered as soon as possible. 4-5 millions animals are killed each year - we need to cut down on that number, not add to it.