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AVAILABLE PUPPIES

Huskimo

DOB: 02/14/16

Gender: Boy

Huskimo

DOB: 02/14/16

Gender: Boy

Bulldog /Puggle

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

Gender: Boy

Bulldog / Puggle

Gender: Girl

Shiba Inu

Gender: Boy

ShihTzu

Gender: Girl

Olde Bulldog

Gender: Boy

Olde Bulldog

Gender: Boy

Basset Hound

Gender: Girl

Bugg

Gender: Girl

Bernese Mountain Dog

Gender: Boy

Miniature Dachshund

Gender: Girl

Rottweiler! On sale for $1499!

DOB: 12/08/15

Gender: Boy

English Mastiff! On sale for $999!

DOB: 12/18/15

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

DOB: 01/26/16

Gender: Boy

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 Shiba Inu Puppies

The Shiba Inu puppies are small and compact Japanese native breeds. Their head is in proportion with their small body. They have a round muzzle which narrows somewhat towards the nose. Its lips and nose are black. The dog also has deep-set eyes which are triangular and dark in color. The eye rims are also black. When erect, the small ears form a triangular shape. What is more is that the dog makes a scissors bite. When shopping for the Shiba Inu puppys, it is important to look at its legs. The front legs are usually straight and the dewclaws are often removed. The dog also has a high-set tail which is a little thick at the base and curled in a ring or sickle curve. The dog’s coat has a stiff straight outer coat and soft thick undercoat. If considering Shiba Inu puppies San Diego, you can choose from such colors as red, red with a black overlay, sesame with red markings, or black with tan. The undercoat is usually cream, gray or buff. You should also expect marking on the puppy’s throat, muzzle, cheeks and chest. Some puppies have white on the legs, above the eyes and on the tip of their tail. Temperament The Shiba Inu puppies San Diego are often purchased for their confidence, alertness, boldness and courage. They are trainable, kind and loving. They bond strongly with their owners and are relatively clean and tend to avoid puddles. This dog breed is easy to housebreak because of its small size and little bark. Generally, the Shiba Inu are delightful and playful. After training, they adjust well with kids and other household pets. You should socialize the Shiba Inu puppys well to avoid their becoming reserved with strangers as they grow. Additionally, if the owner does not take his or her master role well, the pet can become stubborn as it sets its own rules. Another important point to note is never to entrust the dog with other small pets. The breed has a natural hunting instinct which can cause it to harm such pets as small birds, guinea pigs and rabbits. Moreover, be cautious before taking the lease off as the dog loves to chase. Other than that, the puppy adapts well in homes and travel. Living condition With sufficient exercise, an apartment is sufficient for the puppy. It is usually moderately active. Its strong body coat protects it from cold and hot weather conditions. All in all, you should never leave your puppies alone. They regard themselves as part of your family.  Height Male: 14 to 16 inches Female: 13 to 15 inches Weight Male: 8 to 11 Kilograms Female: 6.8 to 9 kilograms Health problems Hip dysplasia, PRA and slipped kneecap Activity The Shiba Inu puppies San Diego can adapt to any condition. The only thing you need to do is take it for a walk on a regular basis. This dog can walk for long distances without straining. Life expectancy 12 to 15 years Typical use The Shiba Inu offers great indoor and outdoor companion.
Mini Australian Shepherd

DOB: 02/09/16

Gender: Boy

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Australian Shepherd Puppies

The Australian Shepherd is also known as the Aussie. However, despite the name, the breed did not originate from Australia. The name is as a result of the breeds association with the Basque sheep-herders. These herders originate from Australia. Generally, the Australian Shepherd puppies are termed as working dogs and often used for search and rescue. They are also used as detection, guide and disaster dogs. Today, the puppies are purchased mainly as pets. Appearance The Australian Shepherd puppy is a medium sized and well balanced dog. It has ears set high on its head and has a triangular shape. In general, the breed resembles a Border Collie. The dog has a coat of a moderate length. The hair is both smooth and straight. Temperament The San Diego Australian Shepherd puppies are purchased for their affectionate and loyal nature. The breed is, however, suspicious of strangers and can display guarding or cautious behaviors when meeting with new people. Other than that, it is intelligent. It is always eager to please hence easy to train. On the flip side, when the Australian Shepherd puppies San Diego are untrained, they tend to be destructive. It is crucial to train the puppies from an early age. When properly socialized, the breed bonds well with children and other house pets. A well trained dog shows no aggression signs. They claim human companionship. Health Generally, the Australian Shepherd puppies San Diego are moderately healthy. However, just as it is the case with most pure breeds, it can suffer from hip dysplasia. It is also susceptible to a number of eye diseases such as micro-opthalmia, coloboma and cataracts. Spinal defects have also been reported. The best care you can give to your dog is frequent checkups by a vet. Living conditions Due to its intelligence and high energy, the Australian Shepherd puppy is not recommended for an apartment life. They require a sizeable yard to run around. If you must use the dogs indoors, you should take more time to exercise them. They have been found to be moderately active when indoors. Exercise On a daily basis, the Australian Shepherd requires a lot of exercise. This is because of its high stamina and energy. The minimum exercise is a long brisk walk. For a healthy and happy life, the breed requires a job or rigorous exercising. The more exercise you give, the better the dog will be. Care In addition to daily exercising, occasional bathing and brushing should be done. The San Diego Australian Shepherd puppies shed minimally. Average size Height Male: 20 to 23 inches Female: 18 to 21 inches Weight Male: 50 to 65 pounds Female: 40 to 55 pounds Life expectancy 12 to 15 years Litter size 6 to 9 puppies Typical use The Australian Shepherd puppy is often purchased as a companion. This is because of its good relationship with children house pets. It is also an intelligent dog hence considered as a search and rescue dog. It is widely used as a working dog across many law enforcement agencies.
Mini Australian Shepherd

DOB: 02/09/16

Gender: Girl

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Australian Shepherd Puppies

The Australian Shepherd is also known as the Aussie. However, despite the name, the breed did not originate from Australia. The name is as a result of the breeds association with the Basque sheep-herders. These herders originate from Australia. Generally, the Australian Shepherd puppies are termed as working dogs and often used for search and rescue. They are also used as detection, guide and disaster dogs. Today, the puppies are purchased mainly as pets. Appearance The Australian Shepherd puppy is a medium sized and well balanced dog. It has ears set high on its head and has a triangular shape. In general, the breed resembles a Border Collie. The dog has a coat of a moderate length. The hair is both smooth and straight. Temperament The San Diego Australian Shepherd puppies are purchased for their affectionate and loyal nature. The breed is, however, suspicious of strangers and can display guarding or cautious behaviors when meeting with new people. Other than that, it is intelligent. It is always eager to please hence easy to train. On the flip side, when the Australian Shepherd puppies San Diego are untrained, they tend to be destructive. It is crucial to train the puppies from an early age. When properly socialized, the breed bonds well with children and other house pets. A well trained dog shows no aggression signs. They claim human companionship. Health Generally, the Australian Shepherd puppies San Diego are moderately healthy. However, just as it is the case with most pure breeds, it can suffer from hip dysplasia. It is also susceptible to a number of eye diseases such as micro-opthalmia, coloboma and cataracts. Spinal defects have also been reported. The best care you can give to your dog is frequent checkups by a vet. Living conditions Due to its intelligence and high energy, the Australian Shepherd puppy is not recommended for an apartment life. They require a sizeable yard to run around. If you must use the dogs indoors, you should take more time to exercise them. They have been found to be moderately active when indoors. Exercise On a daily basis, the Australian Shepherd requires a lot of exercise. This is because of its high stamina and energy. The minimum exercise is a long brisk walk. For a healthy and happy life, the breed requires a job or rigorous exercising. The more exercise you give, the better the dog will be. Care In addition to daily exercising, occasional bathing and brushing should be done. The San Diego Australian Shepherd puppies shed minimally. Average size Height Male: 20 to 23 inches Female: 18 to 21 inches Weight Male: 50 to 65 pounds Female: 40 to 55 pounds Life expectancy 12 to 15 years Litter size 6 to 9 puppies Typical use The Australian Shepherd puppy is often purchased as a companion. This is because of its good relationship with children house pets. It is also an intelligent dog hence considered as a search and rescue dog. It is widely used as a working dog across many law enforcement agencies.
Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 02/06/16

Gender: Boy

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 Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

Description The Yorkshire terrier is basically a small dog. It has a small head flat on the top paired with a medium sized muzzle. This toy sized dog also has medium sized eyes which are dark with dark rims. Its erect ears form a v-shape. The teeth meet in a level or scissors bite. When viewed from the front, the legs of the puppy appear straight. Often, dewclaws are removed and the tail docked to a medium length. New born Yorkshire puppies have tan points on their muzzle, above their eyes, round the feet and inside the ears as well as beneath the tail. Some are born with a ‘Star’ on toes and on the chest. If the parents of the Yorkshire terrier puppies had a red tint on the coat, they can pass the trait to the puppies. Most of the colors on the newborn puppy fade with time. After a few months, the puppy can develop the glossy coat which is fine and silky. The coat falls on either sides of the Yorkshire puppies’ body. The puppies usually have a blue tail and body whereas the rest of the dog is tan. Today, you can get the puppy in brown black and tan colors. What is more is that the puppy has a lot of head hair. Some people opt to trimming or holding it back in a band. Origin The Yorkie is believed to have been created by north England’s working men. It was used to catch rats and mice in clothing mills and mines. The dog was also used to penetrate fox and badger burrows. At first, due to their being bred with other local breeds, the Yorkshire terrier was much bigger than the present day dogs. It is after years of selective breeding that the today’s small dog came into being. Temperament The Yorkshire terry is an energetic dog that seems oblivious of its small size. It is eager for adventure, brave, loyal and clever. However, absent proper training or attention, the energetic Yorkshire terrier puppies can be aggressive towards strangers, strange dogs and other small animals. The puppies basically have a terrier habit and require attention. All in all, they are easy to train and adhere to the set boundaries by the pack leader (the owner). The puppies are suit for apartment life. They are active and do not need a yard. The Yorkshire also prefers warm climates. Average height and weight Height: 6 – 7 inches Weight: 7 pounds Health Problems The Yorkshire terrier puppies are prone to bronchitis, early tooth decay, eye infections, slipped stifle, delicate digestion and poor anesthetic tolerance. Falls and knocks can lead to the fracturing of fragile bones. A good way to avoid teeth problems is to feed the dog with dry food or a bone to chew on. This will keep its teeth strong and clean. A frequent visit to the vet will further eliminate health issues. Typical use The Yorkshire terrier puppies in San Diego can be purchased for companion. They are sociable and can be trusted with children.
Beagle

DOB: 02/07/16

Gender: Boy

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 Beagle Puppies

  Group Hound Heritage One of most popular breeds in the United States, the Beagle originated sometime in the 1500’s to hunt rabbits, hare and other small game. Today’s Beagle was developed in 1830’s England from the Talbot Hounds, the Southern Hound, the Harrier and the North Country Beagle. With an extremely keen scenting ability, the Beagle is an excellent search & rescue and narcotics detection working dog. Description Small, 13-16” at the shoulders, weighing anywhere from 20-25 pounds. The Beagle has a well-built, muscular body with a medium-length smooth coat that comes in colors of blue tick, red tick, lemon, tri-color, lemon and white, orange and white, red and white, and black and tan. When “on the scent” a Beagle uses a “bay” or howl rather than a bark. Health Awareness The Beagle has a life expectancy of 12-15 years and is prone to epilepsy, hypothyroidism, heart disease, back issues and eye problems. Personality The Beagle is gentle, loving, happy, and good-natured. This breed is also curious, bold and intelligent with an independent streak. Beagles are a hunting breed and “where the nose goes, so goes the body.” When they pick up a scent all else, including you calling them, is lost to their hunting task. Beagles need humane and consistent leadership, patience with training and lots of practice with you. Their mild and easy going manner makes them excellent family dogs. Exercise/Energy Level Beagles are high-energy dogs and need plenty of daily exercise including brisk daily walks, aerobic running, and dog day care (when available). Keep your Beagle in a yard with at least a 6’ fence; Beagles have been known to climb fences. When walking, keep your Beagle on a leash. Once they pick up the scent of something interesting, Beagles take off on the hunt. Additional Information Grooming Requirements: Requires occasional brushing and regular bathing. Coat: Medium, smooth, hard Shedding: Average shedding. Hypoallergenic: No, due to shedding Apartment Living: Not good for apartment living due to the "baying" vocalizing they make. Lap Dog: No Good With Children: Good with all children when socialized at an early age. Good With Other Pets: Generally good with dogs; not trustworthy with other non-canine pets due to hunting instinct unless socialized well at an early age. Clubs, Registries & Associations American Canine Association Continental Kennel Club Universal Kennel Club International American Kennel Club United All Breed Registry America's Pet Registry, Inc. United Kennel Club  
Boglen

DOB: 02/08/16

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

DOB: 02/06/16

Gender: Girl

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 Siberian husky Puppies

The Siberian husky is a medium sized dog originating from north-eastern Siberia. It is characterized by a dense coat, erect triangular ears, a sickle tail and exotic markings. The reason for its dense coat is as a result of its breed having originated from the harsh cold environment of the Siberian Arctic. It belongs to the Spitz genetic family. The dogs were originally bred by Chukchi in Northeastern Asia for pulling heavy loads. This is until they were imported to Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush. The breed later spread to Canada and the United States. Originally, they were working dogs used for pulling the sled but they are now adapted as family pets. On a daily basis, Siberian husky puppies when fully grown can cover up to 40 miles. Appearance The best way to identify the husky puppies San Diego is to look at their coat. They have a thicker coat than any other dog breed. The coat has a thick undercoat and a topcoat comprising of short but straight hair. The coat enables the dog to withstand temperatures in the extremes of -50 degrees Celsius. The Husky puppies can be found in a variety of colors. The common colors are white legs and paws, tail tip and facial marking. The coat is usually black or white. You can also find the puppies in such colors as copper-red, gray, pure white and Agouti. The eyes of the husky puppies San Diego are commonly described as almond shaped. The eye colors can be ice-blue or dark blue or amber or brown. It is also not uncommon to find brown and blue eyes. The colors of either eye might not always match. The nose is neither square nor pointed. It can be black on the gray dogs, liver in the copper colored dogs and fleshy colored in the white dogs. The tail, on the other hand, is densely furred and is often curled up over the nose or face when sleeping for more warmth. Temperament The husky is known for howling rather than barking. The Siberian husky puppies are affectionate to their owners but always independent. They love to run since they were bred initially as sled dogs. Care ought to be taken when taking the pet off the lease as it can run off. The husky can also climb over a fence if left in a confined yard. They also tend to bore easily hence the need to keep them engaged. What is more is that you need to train them and device a reinforcement program. This will help deal with undesirable behaviors such as howling, chewing on furniture and crying. The husky puppies are pretty intelligent. This is what makes them considerable in obedience trials. Their intelligence also contributes to their tendency of getting bored quickly. Their strength makes them suited for sled racing. Average size Male: 21 to 23.5 inches and can weigh between 20 and 27 kilograms Female: 20 to 22 inches and can attain 16 to 23 kilograms. Typical use The husky puppies San Diego can be bought as companions or for use in sports.
Maltese

DOB: 01/05/16

Gender: Girl

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Maltese Puppies

The San Diego Maltese puppies are believed to be descendants of breeds in Central Mediterranean Area. This is a small dog breed belonging to the Toy Group. The name is derived from the nation of Malta though it is at times associated with the Adriatic island, Mljet. This is a cute looking dog breed to bring home as a companion dog. Appearance The Maltese puppies San Diego have a rounded skull and a finger wide dome. The eyes are chocolate in color and the nose is a black button. The dog has a compact body with a length that is equal to the height. The ears are drop and are covered in long hairs. If not exposed to direct sunlight, their nose may fade to light brown or pink. This is known as the winter nose and will become black after exposure to the sunlight. The coat of the Maltese puppy San Diego does not have an undercoat. It has long silky hair. It is important to note that this dog breed has hairs and not fur. It hence sheds less and is recommended for people with allergies. The hair is white and may have brown or lemon markings. For easy maintenance, most people prefer to trim the hairs short. Temperament The San Diego Maltese puppies are known for their high spirits, playfulness and for being lively. They are generally gentle, trusting, loving and very devoted to their owner. They are also intelligent and learn new tricks pretty fast. In case of a suspicious noise, they will always sound an alarm. They hence make it difficult to housebreak. Other than that, this dog breed is considered a classic companion dog because of its being lovable and graceful. It is perfect with non-canine animals and enjoys playing outside. One thing you must be meticulous about is the small dog syndrome. This develops when you do not establish yourself as a strong pack leader. The dog needs to be made aware of the rules and reprimanded in-case of breaking them. The dog must be made aware that he is beneath humans. Proper training and socialization will be of great. Additionally, when walking your dog, make sure he is always beside or behind you and never in front of you. Health The Maltese puppy San Diego is prone to sunburns, skin and eye problems, and respiratory problems as well as slipped stifle. The breed should be kept far from damp areas. They also suffer from teeth problems. Feeding them dry dog biscuits could help improve their oral health. Care Considering the health issues this breed is susceptible to, regular checkups are recommended. You will also need to take him for a daily walk and play with him to fulfill his primal instincts. You need to check the eyes and skin for infections. Daily brushing and combing of the coat is recommended. The coat is soft so care must be taken when grooming. Average Size Height: 8 to 10 inches Weight: 6 to 9 pounds Life expectancy About 15 years Typical use Companion dog
Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 01/22/16

Gender: Girl

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 Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

Description The Yorkshire terrier is basically a small dog. It has a small head flat on the top paired with a medium sized muzzle. This toy sized dog also has medium sized eyes which are dark with dark rims. Its erect ears form a v-shape. The teeth meet in a level or scissors bite. When viewed from the front, the legs of the puppy appear straight. Often, dewclaws are removed and the tail docked to a medium length. New born Yorkshire puppies have tan points on their muzzle, above their eyes, round the feet and inside the ears as well as beneath the tail. Some are born with a ‘Star’ on toes and on the chest. If the parents of the Yorkshire terrier puppies had a red tint on the coat, they can pass the trait to the puppies. Most of the colors on the newborn puppy fade with time. After a few months, the puppy can develop the glossy coat which is fine and silky. The coat falls on either sides of the Yorkshire puppies’ body. The puppies usually have a blue tail and body whereas the rest of the dog is tan. Today, you can get the puppy in brown black and tan colors. What is more is that the puppy has a lot of head hair. Some people opt to trimming or holding it back in a band. Origin The Yorkie is believed to have been created by north England’s working men. It was used to catch rats and mice in clothing mills and mines. The dog was also used to penetrate fox and badger burrows. At first, due to their being bred with other local breeds, the Yorkshire terrier was much bigger than the present day dogs. It is after years of selective breeding that the today’s small dog came into being. Temperament The Yorkshire terry is an energetic dog that seems oblivious of its small size. It is eager for adventure, brave, loyal and clever. However, absent proper training or attention, the energetic Yorkshire terrier puppies can be aggressive towards strangers, strange dogs and other small animals. The puppies basically have a terrier habit and require attention. All in all, they are easy to train and adhere to the set boundaries by the pack leader (the owner). The puppies are suit for apartment life. They are active and do not need a yard. The Yorkshire also prefers warm climates. Average height and weight Height: 6 – 7 inches Weight: 7 pounds Health Problems The Yorkshire terrier puppies are prone to bronchitis, early tooth decay, eye infections, slipped stifle, delicate digestion and poor anesthetic tolerance. Falls and knocks can lead to the fracturing of fragile bones. A good way to avoid teeth problems is to feed the dog with dry food or a bone to chew on. This will keep its teeth strong and clean. A frequent visit to the vet will further eliminate health issues. Typical use The Yorkshire terrier puppies in San Diego can be purchased for companion. They are sociable and can be trusted with children.
Teddy Bear

DOB: 01/25/16

Gender: Girl

Miniature Schnauzer

DOB: 01/16/16

Gender: Boy

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 Miniature Schnauzer Puppies

The Miniature Schnauzer is a small dog that originated in Germany. The breed came about after breeding Standard Schnauzer with other smaller breeds like Affenpinscher and Poodle. It is among the most popular dogs in the world simply because of its small size and temperament. You can find the Miniature Schnauzer puppies in black, salt & pepper, black & silver and white colors. It is currently the 11th most popular dog in the United States as of 2008. Appearance The Miniature Schnauzer is square in proportion. Its head is rectangular in shaped. It has a strong muzzle which is blunt. The nose is black. The jaws, on the other hand, makes a scissor bite. The dog has deep set small eyes which are dark brown in color. The ears are set high on the head and make a V shape which folds close to the head. The dog’s front legs are straight and the docked tail is usually erect. What is more is that the Miniature Schnauzer puppies San Diego have a double coat. The undercoat is soft and the outer wiry. Often times, the coat is clipped to form a bushy beard, eye brows and mustache. Temperament The Miniature Schnauzer is a loving and happy dog. They are usually energetic, intelligent and playful. They get well with children and love human company hence preferred as pets. When it comes to training, the Miniature Schnauzer puppies learn quickly. This is because of their being docile, affectionate, keen and devoted to learn. However, it is important to understand that the Miniature Schnauzer puppies San Diego can become unresponsive if they feel they are stronger minded than the owner. They are prone to the small dog syndrome. You should therefore be firm and patient when dealing with them. The breed does not have a yappy bark; they sound a low howl. They make a great watchdog and also serve as vermin hunters. These dogs are easy to travel with. They can also be reserved with strangers absent proper training. To develop a positive and admirable personality, you should give your dog enough physical and mental exercises. Exercise To curb the Miniature Schnauzer puppys energy, daily exercising is required. Walks and jogs are recommended. The pet also loves a play session; off their leash. Failure to exercise the dog leads to behavioral problems. When walking, the dog must be beside the person holding the leash. They prefer the owner leading the way. Health problems The Miniature Schnauzer is prone to kidney stones, liver disease, skin disorders, diabetes, cysts and Von Willebrand’s disease. The breed is also subject to hereditary eye problems and gains weight easily. Grooming The wiry coat is easy to groom. Regular brushing will help prevent matting. You can also cut out the matted hair. The hair around the eyes and ears should also be trimmed. Clipping is also required twice a year. Average size Height: 12 to 14 inches Weight: 5 to 7 kilograms Life expectancy About 15 years Typical use They are best as pets. They are good apartment dogs and remain calm indoors after exercise.  
Golden Retriever

DOB: 01/19/16

Gender: Boy

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Golden Retriever Puppies

According to the AKC, the Golden Retriever was bred predominantly for hunting.  This breed is extremely popular in the U.S. and with good reason. Golden Retrievers are quite smart and have a desire to please their owners.  Originating in Scotland, the Golden Retriever was bred to create a dog that had great skills in retrieval and was well acclimated to the weather and types of game available.  The Golden Retriever is actually a cross of a few breeds including the Irish Setter, Bloodhound, and Tweed Water Spaniel. Varieties There are no different varieties of the Golden Retriever . Average Size Males: usually ranged from 23-24 inches in height. Females:  21.5-22.5 inch average Average Weights Males:  usually 65-75 pounds Females:  usually 55-65 pounds  Temperament The Golden Retriever is loyal and trustworthy as well as being friendly and inquisitive.  They mix well with other dogs and it is uncharacteristic for them to ever show aggressiveness towards dogs or people. Activities Well... they love to retrieve.  The Golden Retriever loves to stay busy and is an active breed.  If you are searching for a breed that loves attention and being on the go, the Golden Retriever is a great choice for you. Typical Uses Golden Retrievers are great for companionship and hunting.
Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 01/26/16

Gender: Boy

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 Yorkshire Terrier Puppies

Description The Yorkshire terrier is basically a small dog. It has a small head flat on the top paired with a medium sized muzzle. This toy sized dog also has medium sized eyes which are dark with dark rims. Its erect ears form a v-shape. The teeth meet in a level or scissors bite. When viewed from the front, the legs of the puppy appear straight. Often, dewclaws are removed and the tail docked to a medium length. New born Yorkshire puppies have tan points on their muzzle, above their eyes, round the feet and inside the ears as well as beneath the tail. Some are born with a ‘Star’ on toes and on the chest. If the parents of the Yorkshire terrier puppies had a red tint on the coat, they can pass the trait to the puppies. Most of the colors on the newborn puppy fade with time. After a few months, the puppy can develop the glossy coat which is fine and silky. The coat falls on either sides of the Yorkshire puppies’ body. The puppies usually have a blue tail and body whereas the rest of the dog is tan. Today, you can get the puppy in brown black and tan colors. What is more is that the puppy has a lot of head hair. Some people opt to trimming or holding it back in a band. Origin The Yorkie is believed to have been created by north England’s working men. It was used to catch rats and mice in clothing mills and mines. The dog was also used to penetrate fox and badger burrows. At first, due to their being bred with other local breeds, the Yorkshire terrier was much bigger than the present day dogs. It is after years of selective breeding that the today’s small dog came into being. Temperament The Yorkshire terry is an energetic dog that seems oblivious of its small size. It is eager for adventure, brave, loyal and clever. However, absent proper training or attention, the energetic Yorkshire terrier puppies can be aggressive towards strangers, strange dogs and other small animals. The puppies basically have a terrier habit and require attention. All in all, they are easy to train and adhere to the set boundaries by the pack leader (the owner). The puppies are suit for apartment life. They are active and do not need a yard. The Yorkshire also prefers warm climates. Average height and weight Height: 6 – 7 inches Weight: 7 pounds Health Problems The Yorkshire terrier puppies are prone to bronchitis, early tooth decay, eye infections, slipped stifle, delicate digestion and poor anesthetic tolerance. Falls and knocks can lead to the fracturing of fragile bones. A good way to avoid teeth problems is to feed the dog with dry food or a bone to chew on. This will keep its teeth strong and clean. A frequent visit to the vet will further eliminate health issues. Typical use The Yorkshire terrier puppies in San Diego can be purchased for companion. They are sociable and can be trusted with children.
italian Greyhound

DOB: 01/25/16

Gender: Girl

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Italian Greyhound Puppies

The Italian greyhound is identified mainly as a racing dog. The breed was originally bred as a hunting dog that went after hare, deer and foxes. With time, its role changed and it is today widely used as a companion dog as well as a racing dog. The greyhounds have been determined to reach speeds of 40 to 45 miles per hour. They are hence the fastest dogs on earth. The breed has made a name for itself in racing and is today still used as a racing dog breed. They are also used in a range of other sports including obedience, coursing, agility and conformation. They are considered as pets because of their sweet, mild nature. Appearance The San Diego Italian greyhound puppies have short hair which is easy to maintain. Breeders recognize over thirty different colors which include black, red, blue, gray, brindle and white. The colors are often in combination. The skull of the breed is longer when compared to its breadth. The muzzle is elongated. The secret to the high speeds of the Italian greyhound puppy San Diego can be attributed to the light but muscular body build. The dog also has a large heart and has been determined to have the fastest twitching muscles. It has a flexible spine and double suspension gallop. These features enable the breed to have all four feet off the ground in two phases. Temperament The Italian greyhound puppies San Diego are not at all aggressive. The muzzles are usually worn when racing in order to prevent injuries which may result from nipping. Contrary to popular belief, the breed does not need rigorous daily exercises. This is because it was initially bred as a sprinter and not an endurance dog. However, if they are not exercised, they may direct their energy to destructive tendencies. You need to train the dog from an early age and socialize him sufficiently. The breed is mostly recommended to the experienced handler. Health The San Diego Italian greyhound puppies are generally healthy. However, like all breeds, they are prone to a number of health issues. The most common health problems include hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, anesthesia sensitivity, osteosarcoma and bloating. You need also to understand that its skin can easily be injured. Always take some time to inspect for injuries. Professional inspections are recommended to maintain the superior health of the breed. Care The Italian greyhound puppy San Diego are low energy dogs. As a result, they do not need regular exercising. However, you need to find a way of dealing with their excess energy as failure to do so may lead to destructive tendencies and boredom. Walks and jogs will be sufficient. The breed should also be kept on a leash. This is because it was bred to hunt and will always chase after small animals. Overfeeding should be avoided since the breed is prone to gaining weight. Feed it meals of 1.5 to 4 cups of high quality dry food. The males feed more. Average size Height: 2 feet, 1 inch to 2 feet, 6 inches Weight: 50 to 85 pounds Life span 12 to 15 years Typical use Coursing, racing and as companion dog
Labrador Retriever

DOB: 01/22/16

Gender: Boy

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Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is the most sought after breed in the U.S. according to the AKC.  This smart, lovable, and family-oriented canine was originally from Newfoundland and was used to work with fisherman.  Labs were used to catch fish that escaped fishermans lines and nets.   They were bred with Setters, Spaniels, and other types of retrievers in order to hone their retrieving skills. Varieties Labs are available in  three colors.  Yellow, Chocolate, and Black. Average Size Labs can range anywhere from 45 - 75 pounds on average (depending on your feeding regimen)  Temperament Labrador Retrievers are great family dogs.  Their temperament is affectionate and stable.  A true outgoing personality and a loyal and devoted pet. Activites Labs love the water.  Many of them will retrieve a ball if you throw it for them for hours on end, jumping into, and swimming in the water for hours. Typical Uses Labs have been used for seeing eye guides, hunting retrievers, police dogs, and of course loyal, friendly pets
Labrador Retriever

DOB: 01/09/16

Gender: Boy

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Labrador Retriever

The Labrador Retriever is the most sought after breed in the U.S. according to the AKC.  This smart, lovable, and family-oriented canine was originally from Newfoundland and was used to work with fisherman.  Labs were used to catch fish that escaped fishermans lines and nets.   They were bred with Setters, Spaniels, and other types of retrievers in order to hone their retrieving skills. Varieties Labs are available in  three colors.  Yellow, Chocolate, and Black. Average Size Labs can range anywhere from 45 - 75 pounds on average (depending on your feeding regimen)  Temperament Labrador Retrievers are great family dogs.  Their temperament is affectionate and stable.  A true outgoing personality and a loyal and devoted pet. Activites Labs love the water.  Many of them will retrieve a ball if you throw it for them for hours on end, jumping into, and swimming in the water for hours. Typical Uses Labs have been used for seeing eye guides, hunting retrievers, police dogs, and of course loyal, friendly pets
German Shepherd

DOB: 01/15/16

Gender: Boy