Available Puppies and Retired Adults

When I sell a puppy, I am not just "selling a puppy." I do everything I can to prepare you for the puppy and send you home with a happy, healthy, socialized puppy. My puppies:

1. Are VET CHECKED! I am always amazed by how many breeders don't do this! If there is a major congenital issue, it usually presents by 6 weeks. If there is anything wrong I want to know before I sell you a puppy that will require huge vet bills down the road.

2. Come from health tested parents! Dogs can be extensively tested for health tested for heritable issues, so we health test between 2-3 years old. I have links to health testing results on the Our Dogs page.

3. Are AKC. That is my registry of choice. AKC inspects its kennels (Including mine) and is the only breed organization to do so, holding breeders to a higher standard than other kennels. Only AKC dogs can show at conformation events. AKC is the premier registry in the USA.

4. Will be dewormed and have their first set of shots. This is so important to their health!

5. Live in my kitchen. My kitchen has the most traffic so puppies see people, cats, and other dogs. I only have a few litters a year, so that's how I can do that.

6. Will be started on litter box training. I find this to be easier than pad training and it is very easy to convert them to pad training once they are litter box trained.

7. Will be fully weaned when they go home. I don't pull them off mom and send them home the same day. That is confusing and stressful for puppies in an already stressful situation.

8. Come with a complete puppy care kit (for puppies that don't ship by air). This gives you basically everything you need the first day except for a kennel and water. Plus lots of information if you like to read! (See image!)

9. Have a health guarantee. I really want to sell you a healthy puppy that you love.

Finally, I DO ship. I prefer air transport as I believe it is less stressful and safer than ground transport. I can arrange for flight and have a wonderful pet nanny who holds the puppy in her lap on the plane. Puppies that ship commercially must be at least 12 weeks old within the US, Canada, and Mexico, and 16 weeks intercontinentally.

Enough of that! Let me see puppies!

Please note that most of our updates are done on our Facebook page. You can see lots of pictures of available puppies by linking to our page!

Due to Facebook's policy prohibiting the sales of pets, we are moving all of our sales information off Facebook and back onto our website. We will be updating our Facebook page with pictures for your viewing pleasure only!

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ON HOLD: Sable Spotted Male 

Date of Birth: 03/26/2021

Date I can go home: 06/11/2021

Estimated adult weight: 5.5 pounds

Hair coat: Smooth (short)

Personality:  This guy is sweet and playful. He is quiet and a little bit shy, but with age and socialization this could change. He would make a great family puppy. 

Sire: Champion Sired Rocket

Dam: Champion lined Abby​

Registration: AKC (pet/limited)

Price:  ON HOLD

Deposit to hold:  N/A (includes sales tax)

Notes:  Will be vet checked, dewormed, vaccinated, and litter box trained. Dewclaws removed! Health Guarantee! Parents both health tested by Embark and clear of  170+ genetic diseases!

Retired Adults

Please note that because I do not have many adult dogs, it is not common for me to have retired adults available. I generally have one older adult available every 2-3 years, but about once a year have a young adult who was bought or kept back as breeding stock who never got big enough for breeding, or perhaps a young female who had a hard recovery following c-section and I felt it was in her best interest not to go through it again. They will always be posted when I have one so if it is not posted, then I do not have any available.

 

Adults will come fixed and with a dental and up to date on vaccines including rabies. They will come with their registration papers and any health testing paperwork and parentage verification testing, if they were used for breeding (note that dogs who were not used for breeding came from health tested parents but usually have not been health tested themselves). 

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Happy Little Laughter

Female

Born August 2019

Registered with AKC

$2500

This girl is very rare, being a black and tan domino pattern (the pattern that is common on huskies but rare on other breeds). I had really hoped that with her excellent pedigree and unusual coloring that I could retain her for my breeding program, but she is just too small, at barely 4 pounds when she is fat. She was never bred of course, but was spayed to find her forever home.

Happy is a bit shy at first but warms up quickly. She loves attention and is very very sweet. She wants to be a lap dog. Unfortunately, she does get picked on by my other female dogs, so would be best in a home with only a male dog or by herself. She doesn't have a mean bone in her body, however. She is not suitable for a home with big dogs and is not suitable for a home with young children.

 

She is litter box trained but is not used to having run of the full house so I would not consider her "house broke." If she is to be allowed anywhere in the house, this will need to be a gradual transition for her. She is kennel trained, goes potty outside, and is used to being an indoor dog.

 

It is important to understand her size if you have not owned a well-bred purebred chihuahua. She is a very typical size. This means: She is too small to go up or down stairs, so she will need a one-story house if you intend to let her have the run of the house. She is too small to climb on furniture or on the bed with you.  She needs a fenced yard if she is being let outside because she is too small to go outside on a tie-out. She will be too small to take walks with you. She is too fragile to play with dogs over 15 pounds or children under the age of 8. She is small enough to be a purse dog and would probably love it.

She is up to date on vaccines and recently had a dental. She is fully recovered from her spay and ready to go home.