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It is our goal as a breeder to produce puppies who are sound in both body and mind, while maintaining the outstanding
temperament each of their respective breeds are so well known for.  We have carefully chosen each of our Purebred
Parents to ensure they are from quality, healthy lines with consistent beauty.  We have the parents of every puppy on
the premises.  
We stand behind every puppy we raise and expect to be a resource to their new owner, both before and after the puppy
goes to it's new home.  Whether your experience with the dogs goes back many years, or if this is your first puppy, we
are glad to help you with any questions you might have.     
Thankfully, our careful breeding produces healthy, well adjusted puppies.  However, we offer a one year written health
warranty on each of our puppies to ensure their new owner knows how serious we are about standing behind our
breeding.   
Just like you, your new puppy needs high-quality health care on a regular basis. Ask a
number of friends with small breed dogs, trainers, groomers and your local humane society to recommend a
veterinarian, then choose one with these factors in mind:

• Education and experience. Find out how long the veterinarian has been practicing and if
he or she is a graduate of a well-regarded veterinary college. Do they have experience
with small breed dogs?

• Specialty. In urban areas, it may be possible to find veterinarians who deal exclusively
with the special problems of dogs and cats.

• Location. This factor should not override the areas of education, experience and
specialty, but should nevertheless be taken into consideration. A drive across town during
a medical emergency can be frustrating and delay needed treatment.

• There is a wide variation in skill levels of different vets, so be careful to chose one who is
trustworthy and competent. Does the vet have time to answer your questions?
Schedule a visit and interview


Once you've narrowed down your choices, visit the veterinarian's office. Inspect the facility and
talk to the veterinarian about your new puppy’s planned arrival. Be sure to choose a vet before
your puppy arrives, as we require a visit to the veterinarian within the first three days after you
bring your puppy home. The veterinarian may want to check the following things:

• Stool. A fecal exam will reveal the presence of internal parasites. Take a fresh stool
sample with you.

• Body. A thorough physical exam includes inspecting your dog's coat and feeling his body
for abnormalities, as well as checking the eyes, ears, mouth and heart and examining the
anus for signs of intestinal parasites.

• Weight. Your vet will keep a record of your puppy’s growth.

• Be sure to bring along your puppy’s shot and deworming record, and his birth date.


Once an exam is completed, your veterinarian can schedule further preventative health care (like
vaccinations), and advise you on the importance of spaying and neutering.
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