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AVAILABLE PUPPIES

English Mastiff

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

Gender: Girl

Puggle

Gender: Boy

Miniature Dachshund

Gender: Boy

Yorkshire Terrier

Gender: Girl

Basset Hound

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

Gender: Girl

Siberian Husky

Gender: Boy

Bull Mastiff

Gender: Boy

Golden Retriever

Gender: Boy

Pomeranian

Gender: Boy

Chow Chow

Gender: Boy

Dogue de Bordeaux

Gender: Boy

Labrador Retriever

Gender: Boy

Miniature Australian Shepherd

DOB: 11/17/15

Gender: Girl

Miniature Dachshund

DOB: 10/18/15

Gender: Boy

English Bulldog

Gender: Boy

English Bulldog

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

DOB: 11/03/15

Gender: Girl

Miniature Dachshund

DOB: 11/22/15

Gender: Boy

Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 10/18/15

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

Gender: Boy

French Bulldog

DOB: 10/14/15

Gender: Girl

Pomeranian

DOB: 10/05/15

Gender: Boy

Golden Retriever

DOB: 10/20/15

Gender: Boy

Golden Doodle

DOB: 10/16/15

Gender: Boy

Cockalier

DOB: 10/13/15

Gender: Girl

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

DOB: 10/09/15

Gender: Girl

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

DOB: 09/24/15

Gender: Girl

Beagle

DOB: 09/11/15

Gender: Girl

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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  
Pom/Shiba

DOB: 09/13/15

Gender: Boy

Beabull

DOB: 08/21/15

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

DOB: 08/10/15

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.
Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 07/27/15

Gender: Boy

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 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are well proportioned small dogs with a rounded head and a full muzzle. Their noise is usually black. When it comes to the jaw, the teeth make a scissor bite. The eyes are dark brown in color, rounded and set apart appropriately. They also have eye rims that are dark in color. The breed has long ears which are set high with plentiful feathering. The top line is level. The dog has a silky coat which has a medium length. The ears, tail, legs and chest are feathery. The common coat colors include mahogany red, black & tan, tricolor (Prince Charles) and red & white. In the red & white colors (Blenheim), the chestnut red spot on the head is preferred by breeders especially when it is between the ears. It is, however, not significant. It is also important to note that some dealers in Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies remove the dewclaws and dock the tail by one third. Temperament Generally, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are eager dogs that are both happy and affectionate. The dogs are eager to please and always wag their tail. They are also sportive and fearless. Their high intelligence level enables them to understand what you require thereby making it easy to train. Even without prior training, this breed has been known to be well behaved and gets along well with other pets apart from the canine ones. These dogs relate well with people, they enjoy human companionship and require guidelines to follow. They should never be purchased for kennel life and should also not be left alone in the house all day unless they have prior training or exercising. It is also important to note that they have an instinct to chase. This is as a result of their being initially bred for hunting. You should also understand that they are prone to developing the small dog syndrome (feeling that they are the head of the household). You should set rules and make sure they are followed. Health issues This dog breed is prone to syringomyelia, eye disease which can be hereditary, kneecap dislocation, back problems, early defense, ear infections and hip dysplasia. It can also be prone to genetic heart problems (mitra valve disease) which can lead to early death. Prior to ordering the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies, it is recommendable to check the medical history of previous puppies. This will deal away with hereditary diseases. Additionally, do not over feed the dog since it gains weight easily. Grooming Brush with a bristle brush. The hair between the dog’s pads, on the feet, should be trimmed. Due to matting and tangling on ears, the pet should be brushed regularly. Thorough drying is also required after bathing. Average size Height: 12 to 13 inches Weight: 5 to 8 kilograms Life expectancy 9 to 14 years Typical Use The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels make good companions. They can be used in short hunts and are great in competitive obedience.  The breed is recommended for the older children. You should also socialize them properly to avoid their being reserved in the presence of strangers.
Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 07/15/15

Gender: Girl

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 Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppies

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are well proportioned small dogs with a rounded head and a full muzzle. Their noise is usually black. When it comes to the jaw, the teeth make a scissor bite. The eyes are dark brown in color, rounded and set apart appropriately. They also have eye rims that are dark in color. The breed has long ears which are set high with plentiful feathering. The top line is level. The dog has a silky coat which has a medium length. The ears, tail, legs and chest are feathery. The common coat colors include mahogany red, black & tan, tricolor (Prince Charles) and red & white. In the red & white colors (Blenheim), the chestnut red spot on the head is preferred by breeders especially when it is between the ears. It is, however, not significant. It is also important to note that some dealers in Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies remove the dewclaws and dock the tail by one third. Temperament Generally, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are eager dogs that are both happy and affectionate. The dogs are eager to please and always wag their tail. They are also sportive and fearless. Their high intelligence level enables them to understand what you require thereby making it easy to train. Even without prior training, this breed has been known to be well behaved and gets along well with other pets apart from the canine ones. These dogs relate well with people, they enjoy human companionship and require guidelines to follow. They should never be purchased for kennel life and should also not be left alone in the house all day unless they have prior training or exercising. It is also important to note that they have an instinct to chase. This is as a result of their being initially bred for hunting. You should also understand that they are prone to developing the small dog syndrome (feeling that they are the head of the household). You should set rules and make sure they are followed. Health issues This dog breed is prone to syringomyelia, eye disease which can be hereditary, kneecap dislocation, back problems, early defense, ear infections and hip dysplasia. It can also be prone to genetic heart problems (mitra valve disease) which can lead to early death. Prior to ordering the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppies, it is recommendable to check the medical history of previous puppies. This will deal away with hereditary diseases. Additionally, do not over feed the dog since it gains weight easily. Grooming Brush with a bristle brush. The hair between the dog’s pads, on the feet, should be trimmed. Due to matting and tangling on ears, the pet should be brushed regularly. Thorough drying is also required after bathing. Average size Height: 12 to 13 inches Weight: 5 to 8 kilograms Life expectancy 9 to 14 years Typical Use The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels make good companions. They can be used in short hunts and are great in competitive obedience.  The breed is recommended for the older children. You should also socialize them properly to avoid their being reserved in the presence of strangers.
Papillon

DOB: 08/01/15

Gender: Girl

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Papillon puppies

The Papillon is also referred to as the Continental Toy Spaniel. This is one of the oldest toy spaniels and it derives its name from its characteristic butterfly-like appearance. (Papillo in French refers to a Butterfly). It is identified mainly for its fringed long hairs on its ears. The San Diego Papillon puppies are great to have as family dogs. They are small in size and pretty attractive in appearance. Description The best way to identify the Papillon puppy San Diego is to look for its butterfly appearance on the head. It has a small and slightly rounded head between its ears. It has a well-defined stop. The muzzle is short and thin tapering towards the nose. The dog has dark medium sized eyes with black rims. The ears are large and may be dropped or erect. The ears have rounded tips. The teeth make a level bite. The tail is long and high set and carried over the dog’s body. The tail is covered in long fine hair. The dewclaws may be removed. The Papillon puppies San Diego have a single coat that has straight and long hairs. The coat colors include white with patches of any other color. There is a mask of color, other than white, which covers the ears and eyes from the back to the front. Temperament The San Diego Papillon puppies are friendly and very intelligent dogs. They are tougher than they appear. They love outdoor exercises and are pretty playful, amusing, lively and animated. In general, these are charming small dogs. They are mainly considered as family dogs because of their affection, gentleness, obedience as well as pride. This is among the few dogs that love cuddling. They are obedient, sturdy and never yappers. They are also great with cats when socialized and also make it hard to housebreak. Considering their intelligence, they are pretty easy to train. All in all, it is important to note that this dog breed needs a strong pack leader. If the master is weak, the dog will grow a brain of its own and may become possessive and believe itself to be the pack leader. It is also prone to the small dog syndrome which causes it to believe that it owns the house. This condition leads to many behavioral problems most of which are difficult to deal away with. The dog is also prone to guarding, separation anxiety, snapping, biting, obsessive barking and aggression. It needs to be trained and socialized sufficiently to avoid these conditions. Health The Papillon puppies San Diego are prone to patella in its hind legs, fontanel (similar to the soft spot of a baby) and may be allergic to anesthesia. Care The dog needs sufficient training and socialization. You need to give him daily long and brisk walks. The coat needs daily brushing and combing. You should only bathe when absolutely necessary. The dog is an average shedder. Average size Height: 8 to 11 inches Weight: 8 to 10 pounds Life expectancy A maximum of 16 years Typical use Companion dog

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