Havanese puppies for adoption
Ever since I was a little boy I had a dream. Well, 16 years ago my dream began to come true! with the help of my wonderful Wife and two beautiful children we enjoy raising precious little Havanese puppies for adoption .
Growing up as a little boy my daddy raised big hunting dogs, I remember always having those furry friends everywhere. I loved every minute of it! Even though I had mostly big dogs as a child there was always a special place in my heart for the small ones. Each time I’d see a Chihuahua, Yorkie, Havanese puppies or really any toy breed dog, I would get butterflies in my stomach and a giant smile from ear to ear. If you are reading this I bet you know exactly what I’m talking about. Havanese puppies for adoption
After high school, I attended 4 years of college, got lucky and found the love of my life. Not long after that, Mika and I married and bought our beautiful land out in the small, quiet Place We built our quaint country home and started our beautiful family–four-legged and furry, as well as 2 legged and rowdy 🙂 This is when our happy family began to become complete! Havanese puppies
I have to say that I LOVE raising precious toy breed puppies and have been for over 15 years now. It is just amazing the happiness, unconditional love and joy that our dogs bring into our lives. I love seeing the happy families faces light up and jaws drop open when they first see their new family member. It’s so cute to watch the puppies get equally as excited and see those tails just start wagging! I love getting those sweet letters, emails, texts and phone calls telling the happy stories of their life.
We are well -respected breeders and have gained the trust and confidence of many families who have relied on us to help them find the best four-legged companions. For us breeding is a family affair and our Family take pride in taking care of and training the puppies before they go to their forever homes. Our children teach puppies social, interactive and basic obedience skills and they also start the potty training journey. This makes for a smooth transition for the new owners.
Our kids are always a little sad to see a pup they took care of go to their forever homes, but they are also very well aware of the joy and happiness their little furry friends will bring other families, and knowing they played a part in it makes it all worth it for them. While our puppies are amazing at companionship, they also excel in service, obedience, therapy, herding, outdoor recreation, and much more! If you are looking for a puppy that is easy to train, and sometimes too smart for its own good, you’ve come to the right place!
We breed on a very limited basis, only 1-2 litters per year. Our dogs are only 8-9 pounds so they have smaller litters, usually only 3-4 puppies. Because of the limited availability of our puppies we only start a waiting list when we know our Mama dog is pregnant. We will post on our “Available Puppy” page when our waiting list is open. At that time you should contact us to put down a deposit and be placed on the waiting list. Havanese puppies
We want to place our puppies in their new homes based on their personality. In order to do this, we have you reserve your “pick” of the litter–1st pick, 2nd pick, and so on. When the puppies are 8 weeks old, we arrange a time for you to meet and choose your puppy in the order you have reserved. Puppies are ready to go home at 10/12 weeks. All puppies are the same price. Contact us for details on reserving a puppy.
All of our pet puppies are placed with a spay/neuter contract (also known as “limited AKC registration). You will receive your AKC registration papers when you send us proof of spay/neuter.
How to choose a breeder
Most people want a dog who loves people, is happy, is healthy and can easily be trained. Different breeds of dogs have these qualities in varying degrees, but all dogs of all breeds can be bred and raised in an environment that fosters the best canine-human bond. These dogs are raised by quality breeders, who take time and effort to raise healthy dogs, socialize puppies so they can confidently enter their new home, and provide assurances of future wonderful relationships with their owners and other dogs and humans.
Caring, quality breeders are not that hard to find…but you may have to be patient as serious breeders often do not breed often, and may have a waiting list. And no serious breeder has a PayPal “Buy NOW!” button on his or her page! Serious breeders want to talk to you, make sure their precious babies are going to a good home, a home that will care as much about the dog as the breeder does.
Here are some questions you can ask to find out if the person breeding a dog you are considering cares enough about those dogs to produce the puppy you expect to bring home:
Will these puppies be eligible for registration with the AKC?
What health tests have you done?
Are the health testing results recommended for this breed (eyes, hearing, knees, hips?
How are the puppies socialized?
At what age do the puppies go home? (Shouldn’t be any younger than 10 weeks for this breed)
What does your contract say about returning the dog for any reason? Will you take the dog back, no matter what age, for any reason, if the buyer needs/wants to give it up?
Do your dogs live in your home or in a kennel outside your home? Puppies raised under foot, in a home, are more ready to enter your own home with a sense of confidence and more familiarity with people and life among noises, children, door bells, vacuum cleaners, etc.
Do you have just one or two breeds or many? Beware the breeder who has multiple breeds. Serious, careful breeders do not have the time to be expert in a dozen different breeds on their premises.
What kind of health guarantee do you provide? Good breeders offer some level of health guarantee in their contract.
Will I have to sign a contract? A contract should be a part of this purchase, and it should include a health guarantee, a spay/neuter requirement, and a requirement that should you, as the buyer, ever need to give up the dog, for any reason, that you MUST return the dog to the breeder.
this is all information the breeder should advise you on, and preferably provide you with information to take home. Havanese puppies