Thursday, December 20, 2012

More Puppies On The Way









     Inez is expecting again!*  We now have another litter due the third week of January. 

     The puppies will be available for sale/ adoption to good homes when they are eight weeks old.  I will post on here and advertise them when they are born.  If you would like to contact me now about one, please do.  If you have questions about them, please email me (chickenscrapsblog@gmail.com) or text 352-seven four five-3576.  Asking $210 per puppy, cash only please.

     If you are interested in a puppy, email me, and I will send you an application form, or you can go to it here .  My goal is to find all of our puppies good, responsible, forever homes where they will be properly loved, cared for and trained.  So many people simply buy a puppy because it's cute, and then discover that puppies are a lot of work, and are mischievous little rascals.  So please, if you think you want one of our pups because it's cute and you like dogs, re-evaluate your priorities.  It takes a lot of time and effort to train a puppy properly, and if they don't receive that training they will be failures.  Properly trained and loved though, they will do anything for you.  These puppies are smart, sweet and loyal.  Please give them what they need- not just what they want!

     If you have trouble filling out the form, then just copy the questions into a word document of your own, fill in the answers and email it to me.  You could also print it, fill it out, scan it, and email me the scanned file.  I will look through the forms, and will try to match the individual puppies with the right homes.  I reserve the right to decline to sell you one of our puppies if it doesn't seem like a good fit, but I will not be too terribly picky.  Thank you!

      For pictures and info about the last litter (same parents), view this post:  Puppies for Sale!
     Also, for more pictures and a video view this post: Puppy Update

* We didn't really intend to breed her this time since she had a litter recently, and had built her a nice pen to contain her and her last litter of puppies, but it turned out that she is a Houdini dog.  She pried the fencing off the wooden frame of the gate, she wriggled out the side walls where two panels of wire joined, she dug under the buried fence- you get the point.  And of course papa Chocolate Lab was waiting nearby...
 We will just feed her lots of eggs, milk and meat scraps in addition to her food, and give her extra supplementary minerals and vitamins, and she should do well.