I don't do
very much breeding. When I do I am looking for that wonderful puppy for me to
show in the Bred-By classes. If I have something
available, adult or puppy, I list it here. I do
not maintain a waiting list of any kind - it is just to much
work for the little bit that I breed.
ALL adults, and
puppies over 6 months, that I
place are altered prior to leaving. Puppies may
be placed with a contract to have them altered once they are old
enough. On the occasion that I sell a show dog (which is rare)
- it will be under a detailed contract for the purpose of
showing, contract specifies that they are not to be bred until
AKC CH title is achieved. I remain as co-owner on any
Puppies or Adults**
Be In Pictures
Dam: Pomhaven's Sweet Summer
Sire: GCH CH BC n' WGA What's Your Flava
It isn't often
that I make one of my Cream kids available, but here he is.
Otto is a super sweet little guy, DOB 10/05/2014 (6 months).
Otto is currently 4.5lbs so I expect 5 as a mature adult. He
is an absolute cuddle bug. I am placing him as there are
just a few things I prefer in his brother for showing.
Available as a neutered pet $800. I do not ship. Email me for an Adoption
Challenge - If every person who breeds would rescue
from a shelter, and place into loving homes 1 rescue
for every 10 puppies produced; imagine how that would
impact the number dogs in our over filled rescues
are not able to do that, then donate to a rescue to
help them do that.
Meaningful donations do not have to be funds, they
can be time, bedding or equipment you no longer
need. Even a bag of food once in a while will
go far in removing one dog from a shelter.
are already helping rescue Thank You for doing your
View of the World
like it, it's mine.
IF it's in my mouth, it's mine.
IF I can take it away, it's mine.
IF I had it a little while ago, it's mine.
IF it's mine, it must never appear to be yours in
IF the toys are out, all of them are mine.
IF it looks just like mine, it's mine.
IF I think it's mine, it's mine.
- Unknown Author
Any puppies that I place
will go to their new homes with their first set of shots, a bag of puppy
food, a toy, some bedding that they have been sleeping on (this helps with the
crying at night) and a great collection of information on the breed.
If at any time you are unable
to keep your new pet I will always be available to assist in finding it a
I don't maintain a waiting list, as
I just don't do that much breeding and it is just to
difficult to keep current, so keep watch on the WEB site.