We are now focusing on MOYEN sized pups, +

SMALL STANDARD sized apricot pups,  such as 'Tucker' in the video to the right.

We are not docking tails or removing dewclaws any more. BC veterinarians are refusing to do this cosmetic tail amputation. 

 Pls submit the form below right if you are interested

       see video below

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Kalonece 'Tucker'  DOB 2021

         KALONECE 'TUCKER'
10 month old male, Sassy x AJ moyen

We require an ADOPTION FORM so we              know enough about you to                          decide   which pup/dog will be
          a good fit
A $500 non-refundable deposit will                  hold a puppy till pick-up day.......
          no deposit = no puppy on hold
References/referrals needed

 

I consider myself holistic as a breeder. I give what I consider is  the minimal amount of vaccinations/chemicals etc. for puppy safety. If vaccines work then why do we need to repeat, repeat, repeat  ? ? ?  There are blood titers available as the science to determine status of immunity, but frankly I've been told by clients their vets do not want to do the titers,  revaccination is easier.  Well yes it is, but if you titer and do not have to revaccinate then puppy does not get another dose of chemicals, WHICH POTENTIALLY GIVES PUPPY A HEALTHIER LIFE.

Parvo and distemper are highly contagious and BOTH kill puppies (however adults can fight off parvo)  so I do a 2 way before they leave here (parvo x distemper).  That is based on testing on my early litters where my clients did blood titers on puppies  (age range 6 - 18 months)......they all  had basically  the SAME titer number showing good immunity.  So I decided to only go for the first vaccine (a 2 way of parvo and distemper) from that time onward.

So my 13 year old here has had the one parvo/distemper vaccine at 8 or 9 weeks of age and that's it. She has been with handlers showing and many places with me. She has not been sick at all.   I have not had addisons in the line and only one cushings in a line that had high cortisols;  I have discontinued that line. My puppy count must be around 150 now. The few puppies  in my line that died early were given bravecto, early rabies, and/or  had an early neuter, I think those things messed with their immune systems.

Maybe the more correct term to describe myself would be minimalistic. Take the best of science and common sense and combine them for the health of the puppy.

 

So my clients agree to not vaccinate more or do only one more 2 way vaccination. They can always do a blood titer to verify by science.  Rabies is not done till 1 year of age  and only if it is absolutely necessary. By that time the liver is more mature to handle fallout from that vaccine.   BTW - Rabies is not mandatory in Canada anymore, we are considered 'rabies 'controlled' by the US. This was changed a couple of years ago.   My clients do not do flea/tick meds at all, deworming is with panacur which is safe for pregnant dams and puppies.

 New owners sign a contract with me that anything more than minimal vaccination will not be done.  They agree to be willing to share veterinary information with me so I can make better breeding decisions for the future.

          QUESTIONS?

Stunning 9 week old acitve intervariety male (below)  needs an experienced dog home NOW !!, vet checked, microchipped, etc etc, dam is Versace, sire is AJ

Thanks for submitting!

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We look for

.........low key 'forever homes' where  someone is home with the dog

.......... 'health conscious' ownerw who will follow our specific VERY MINIMAL  vaccine protocol and use our holistic methods of flea/tick control

.........a secure back yard with a 5-6 foot fence    (my poodles jump)

...........owners willing to continue providing the  security of  crating the pup when busy and overnight 

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