Our dogs are house pets, none of our dogs are kenneled. Our bitches' whelping box is set up in our bedroom, and remains there for the first 4 weeks of the puppies' lives. This gives me the opportunity to constantly monitor the puppies' temperaments, growth and care.
Due to the amount of time and energy devoted to our puppies we usually have one litter per year. We will never arrange a breeding unless we are absolutely convinced it will be an asset to the breed.
Naturally, all of our dogs have had their hip and eye clearances, all puppies have their eyes cleared before leaving, and are placed with a lifetime placement guarantee. This means that if, at any time in the life of the dog, you as the owner are no longer able to keep it, we want the dog back. We don't want any of our puppies ending up in an animal shelter or inferior home!
Puppy families will receive copies of both parents health clearances, as well as the puppy's. They'll also receive a 5 generation pedigree.
If you are interested in one of our puppies, please take the time to fill out my questionnaire. This not only helps me get to know you & what your needs are in a puppy, it also might trigger questions in your mind that you would like to ask me.
Ivy (Bonza's Lavender Blue)
Jimmy (Ch Sundown's Good Ole Boy Jimmy Joe)
We'll update with new pictures and video weekly, so check back often.
We decided to give these puppies southern, or 'redneck' names, because of their father's name.
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Don't let that adorable face fool you. She has enough spunk for a dog 10 times her size!
This guy's a team leader.
She reminds me of Maureen O'Hara. Elegant, but full of spunk.
Mmmmmm, delicious & nutritious!
He's the mellowist of the boys.
She's confident and outgoing, but not pushy or intense.
She's a very mellow puppy, the polar opposite of Annabel.
Shifty is the other team leader in this group.
I've declared Annabel the cutest puppy ever.
Shifty can spin a good yarn.
It took nearly a half hour to get this shot. Who knew sleeping puppies could be so difficult?