Our older puppies and adults do not have any "formal" training. They are trained
to be polite, family pets, to the best of their ability per their age,
much the way you would train them yourself.
We cut the pricing of our adults - over one year old - by taking approximately 1% off of the puppy price per month of their age, which is 12% per year. So, a three-year-old who's been proven healthy would have a 36% price reduction compared to the puppy price, for example, and would still have 2 years left on the MVD & SM warranty.
My humble apologies go to all of those who have asked about
Prim and other retiring girls. We have had a number of unforeseen situations
that has delayed our spay scheduling. It's also important to me that we have
current pictures of our girls.
Our girls who are on the available list:
Chanel, Aug. of 2020. DOB: 2/28/16.
Her eye was injured as a pup and requires
no special care whatsoever.
Ariel in 2017. DOB 1/01/2016
A word about our older pups -
Puppy Uglies (with only the utmost affection):
The period when the puppy coat is gone but it's too early for the adult coat, sometimes 2-3 years too early. The feet look large, the muzzle often looks large, and the legs appear to be on the long side. The puppy may even be a tad bit clumsy due to the uneven development of certain body parts. THIS IS TEMPORARY. Even if you choose a cute little baby, you'll still have to experience the "Puppy Uglies."
The best time to determine a puppy's projected adult proportions is at 8 weeks of age.
Be sure to buy GMO-FREE foods! Five years from now you will be glad you did! Raw is best.