I have been asked a lot about when my next breeding will take place, and who would be the parents. Well, it's time to finally announce this year's breeding!
After many hours of planning, I am happy to announce that I have bred Daenery and Napoleon Betelge! I am beyond excited to announce this litter because not only is it a litter where I'm using my female that I produce in my own kennel but I'm also using an outstanding male from Europe that has many titles, and has a lot of health testing that needs to be done. But there are so many videos of Napoleon! the owner of the stud is so transparent with him that I know exactly what my puppies are going to be like, I'm not going to be wondering about what my puppy's temperament will be since a lot of the studs I came across only had show pictures, never videos of the dog. I highly recommend going on YouTube and watching the many videos of Napoleon. you'll be more than likely finding videos of him in the show ring to him interacting with his owner
These puppies will be immaculate in anything you put them in.
You’d be surprised by the number of people that I've met who have been in utter shock when I tell them the girls have been exposed to a different array of animals. For starters let's give some background, I have been exposed to a lot of agriculture, which leads me to interact with different farm animals. With that being said, when I go to these places, they tend to have open fields, which I take advantage of by tracking or doing obedience. Yet, sometimes those animals tend to be a little nosey, so they wander right up to us. So to make sure all animals and myself are safe, I've exposed the girls to these farm animals so they wouldn’t go running off and chasing them ( especially my chickens and horse). So the girls have been exposed to, Cats, Horses, Chickens, Cattle, Donkeys, and an array of Texas wildlife that tend to be up early when we’re training.
Once the girls have gotten used to these farm animals, and I've trained them not to go behind them, and I let the girls free roam the property or we do off-leash activities like playing with frisbees.
That being said, I do recommend future puppy owners introduce their puppies to other animals!
why is this here?
Hi! I'll be adding this to my website to keep everyone informed about what the dogs and I are doing, such as trials and events we'll be in. Not only that but to also give updates on breedings since I have recently been getting an influx of questions.
my goal is to post at least once a week to give potential puppy owners better insight into what we are doing and when I've bred a dog.
Yet one thing I'd like to reiterate about my kennel We will NOT breed any of our females unless we believe they are ready (fit, healthy, and have achieved titles) no matter how much demand there is for our puppies. They are more important to us than having puppies. They are family first.
I do not believe in forcing my girls to have litter back to back or have litter whenever there's high demand. It takes time to pair the right dogs together and produce high-quality litters.
I hope this helps!