quality over quantity
I work at a Veterinary Hospital so ALL my dogs receive the best care in every way!
I have the knowledge and experience in animal husbandry.
I strive to breed the the BEST of the BEST.
I started off training puppies to use the potty pads and I'm going to try something different. I got a helpful tip from a sister breeder at Purjoy Acres on using alfalfa pellets and a potty box. The pellets smells like grass so when you receive your puppy he/she will come with a bag of pellets. Upon arrival you will place some pellets on the area where you will teach your puppy to potty. This will help you and your new puppy make a easy transition.
REMEBER the key to any training is CONSISTANCY AND ROUTINE. Dogs need that and thrive on it. Puppies have very small bladders and need to go out frequently. Also use praise and key words: Good boy/girl, let's go potty. This will help alot in training your new pup.
Vaccinations are VERY important! I work at a Veterinary Hospital and I have seen the devastation and very expensive bills when a puppy has contracted PARVO. Parvo is deadly and you have no idea where in the ground that it lives. It stays active in dirt for 7 years. Simple solution is having your new baby receive 4 rounds of Distemper parvo, 2 rounds of Bordetella, Rabies and Corona. Depending on where you live ask your Veterinarian what diseases are prevalent in your State. Here in Texas that is what you need to keep your puppy safe. I do require proof of Vaccinations from a Veterinarian. The reason being is i have seen people who have purchased vaccines from Tractor Supply or local Feed Stores and the people who work there are NOT medical professionals. Vaccines need to arrive cold and immediately stored in a refrigerator at a certain temperature to stay viable. You are relying on a store clerk to protect your new puppy's life. You can feel confident in knowing that I have given the Mother, Father and puppies the BEST care and protection. All services will be done by a licensed Veterinarian and all records that I give you can be transferred seamlessly to your own Vet.
Spay and Neuter
I also require that all puppies are spayed/neutered at 1 year of age and not before. Your new puppy needs to get all it's growth hormones and they just don't receive it by spaying and neutering too young. I see the effects of sterilizing too early. This way you get the best and healthiest pup. If you are planning or want to breed it MUST be preapproved by me before purchase.
I will always take a puppy back if a life hardship happens. There will be no refund but I will find a new loving home. I DO NOT WANT MY PUPS TO END UP IN SHELTERS. These pups are my babies and their well being is the utmost IMPORTANCE TO ME. I' always here to help!
Ethical Sister Breeders
If I do not have puppies available please visit my mentors.
Deborah Towne is my mentor and has guided me to being the most ethical, knowledgeable breeder possible! She has given me priceless advice and guidance. She produces some of the most beautiful puppies with a focus on health, temperament and a rainbow of colors and sizes. Click here for her website.
Robin Lagman at Robindale Ratties is a sister breeder located in in Missouri. With out Robin I would not have my Coco and for that I am forever grateful! Click on logo for link to website
Click here for her website.