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See available puppies on Current Litters page!!

We accept a $250 deposit to secure your spot on the wait list.

UPCOMING TOY FOX TERRIER LITTERS:  Luna & Moe expecting pups around 7/22/21. Layla is expecting around 7/29.  Champion sired TFT pups are $1250 for pet only, $1500 with breeding rights.  

UPCOMING CHIHUAHUA LITTERS:   Kitty and Crash babies due around 6/12.  Ebony and Iowa breeding mid May, pups hopefully due around July 18 or so...  Chihuahua puppy prices are $1500 to $2750.  Individual pricing depends upon many different factors like coat type, sex, pedigree.  Taking deposits for male long coats, or any smooth coats. Long coat females are all spoken for until at least fall.  

We use and highly recommend (but do not require) NuVet Plus Vitamins! Go to http://www.nuvet.com/45641 to order before you get your puppy home, or if you just want to learn more about it.  We feed puppies Health Extension Little Bites Chicken and Brown Rice mixed half and half with Fromm Classic Puppy. Please buy one or the other before bringing pup home and keep pup on it for a month before switching!  I'll send you enough for the trip home if necessary.

READ THE INGREDIENTS LABELS!! **  I don't recommend flour based dog treats.  Dogs get fat on empty calories but who is blamed... The breeder!  Treats CAN be great for training though, so why not make your own homemade treats?  SUPER EASY TO MAKE, grill or saute beef liver, (or any other red meat or chicken) until dried out.  Cool, cut into small cubes and freeze in freezer bags. I also treat mine with freeze dried meat like Stella_Chewy's or Meunster.  Many dogs also like raw or dehydrated fruits and vegetables such as raw carrots and dehydrated sweet potatos.  Most of my dogs love to chew on deer antlers, we cut each antler into smaller lengths.  Always do research to make sure what you plan to feed is safe for your dog!