Monday, August 6, 2012

Bongo

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This is Bongo, a puppy we placed in great home 3 years ago. Michelle and Trevor take excellent care of him with high quality food and routine vet visits. He was crate trained and was housebroken very quickly. He has learned several tricks and verbal commands. It is very rewarding to see how much joy Bongo has given his family and how happy and healthy he is in his home.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) Puppies Available for Adoption

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Yorkshire Terrier Puppies for Adoption

These beautiful pups with their silky coats are finally here and ready to go into forever homes.
They are playful and active little boys. After playtime, they look for a soft, warm place to nap...your lap, shoulder, next to you on the couch, etc.

These CKC male pups have had their first shots and wormings. They are 7 weeks old, fully weaned to soft foods, and have been gently socialized by our seven children, other dogs, and curious cats.
Potty training (housebreaking) has been started and is going well using puppy pads. We followed a vet's recommendation and removed dewclaws and docked their tails due to the breed's activity level and fragile bone structure of the tails. The father is a tiny 3 lbs and the mother is 5. These will be teacup (tiny) dogs.

These puppies are very tiny when you adopt them. Their life will literally be in your hands. You will have to take care to protect them from other pets, active children, and your own feet. You will have to check blankets and piles of clothing because they like these places for a nap and will completely cover themselves up. You will have to look before you sit down on the couch or plop down on a bed. If you can not give them the proper care and attention they need, please don't adopt them. Every member of our family puts time, money, and love into these pups. It is our goal to see them bless the people who adopt them with joy while receiving in return excellent care while living long, healthy lives.

As with all of our dogs, we recommend you spay or neuter your pet. We will always take a dog back  with the goal of rehoming in case something happens and you can't keep them. We do not want any of our dogs ending up in shelters.

757-525-7892
$675

This is the same puppies at 3 weeks:
(One already has a home waiting and is not pictured above.)

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Saturday, July 21, 2012

Sugar Butt


This is Sugar Butt who now lives in NC with her new "mom," Amy. Sugar Butt is a Chihuahua Poodle hybrid. Amy has done a very good job taking care of and training her. Sugar shares her kingdom with some big cats and a beautiful chocolate lab. Sugar Butt even rides in on a 4 wheeler around the farm! Not too boring of a life for a dog that topped out around 3 lbs the last I heard. We love to hear about each adventure in Sugar Butt's awesome life!

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Pretty Piper






This is one of our puppies with their new family. They named her Piper and as you can see, she is enjoying being spoiled!


Friday, July 8, 2011

Difference Between 8 Week Chihuahua Puppy and 7 Week German Shepherd Puppy








We learned a lot of people are being referred here by other breeders before buying a toy sized puppy. We think that is wonderful because education is so key in the care of these tiny pups.

Chewbacca the Wooky "Chewy" is our new puppy. He is 8 weeks old in this picture. The borrowed German Shepherd is 7 weeks old. We wanted to show the vast difference in size to help people who adopt our puppies understand the needs of the toy breed puppy better. It's not just the visual size that is different. The bone structure of the toy breed is more delicate. If you have previously owned a large dog like a lab, you have to realize toy sized puppies have different needs.

Toy puppies are very tiny when you adopt them. Their life will literally be in your hands. You will have to take care to protect them from other pets, active children, and even your own feet. You will have to check blankets and piles of clothing because they like these places for a nap and will completely cover themselves up. You will have to look before you sit down on the couch or plop down on a bed. If you can not give them the proper care and attention they need, please don't adopt them. Every member of our family puts time, money, and love into these pups. It is our goal to see them bless the people who adopt them with joy while receiving in return excellent care while living long, healthy lives.
As with all of our dogs, we recommend you spay or neuter your pet. We will always take a dog back with the goal of rehoming in case something happens and you can't keep them. We do not want any of our dogs ending up in shelters.

PUPPY GROUP SHOTS

We put these pictures here so you could see the puppies in a group setting enjoying their day. Please use the identifying number and letter given below in the descriptions of each individual puppy. This helps us keep the puppies straight in our heads so we know for certain which one you are referring too. When there are similarities in appearances and many callers, it can get confusing!




ROAD TRIP!!!



I smell milk!



"This is the strangest smelling dog I've ever met."

Amanda's cat Hope is very patient with the puppies as long as they are not near her newborn kittens.



You're little when a mushroom can give you shade!



Wrestle Mania Chihuahua Style



Neither knew the other one was there until they ran into each other!



big yard, little dogs



Miracle's kitten could not get over her fascination with this silver pup.



more wrestling




Enough with the camera already, come PLAY with us!!!