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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

DOB: 06/10/16

Gender: Boy

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies

The San Diego Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies originated in Pembrokeshire,Wales. It is a breed of herding dogs. It is one of the two dog breeds that are referred to as the Welsh Corgi with the second being the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. The Welsh corgi makes the list of the smallest dog in the Herding Group. They are widely recognized for being the preferred dog by Queen Elizabeth II who owned over 30 of them. The dog has been preferred by the British royalties for over 70 years now. In spite of being used as a companion dog, it is considered to be a brilliant working dog. Description The Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies San Diego are longer than they are tall. They have short legs which bring them low to the ground. The skull is wide and flat between its ears. The top line is level. The nose is black in color and the stop is considered to be moderate. The jaws make a level bite. The eyes are oval shaped and come in shades of brown. The eyes have rims of black. The medium sized ears are erect and taper slightly to a rounded point. The most noticeable feature of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy San Diego is the short legs. The feet are oval shaped. The dewclaws are often removed. At times, this breed is born without a tail or the tail may be docked to the shortest length possible. The dog has a double coat. The undercoat is short, thick and weather resistant. The outer coat is coarse and long. The coat colors include sable, red, black, and fawn, black and tan with or without some white markings. The dog may have markings of white on the chest, legs, neck as well as parts of the muzzle. The main differences between the two Welsh Corgi is that the Pembroke does not have a tail whereas the Cardigan has a very long tail. The legs of the Pembroke are straight since it’s not as long as the Cardigan. The Pembroke is also lighter. Temperament The San Diego Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies are highly intelligent, loyal and always willing to please. This breed is always active and has been considered to be great with kids. They also make great guards and are very obedient. They are, however, wary of strangers and need proper socialization and training from an early age. They also need a determined, consistent as well as loving leader who has calm leadership. They may develop the small dog syndrome or start herding people if the pack leader is meek.  Health
  • PRA
  • Glaucoma
  • Back disorders
  • Weight gains
Care The double coat needs brushing and combing daily. You should only bathe him when absolutely necessary. The dog sheds twice annually. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy San Diego will also need daily walks. You should also never over feed him else he will gain weight. Average size Height: 10 to 12 inches Weight: 24 to 30 pounds Typical use Companion dog
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

DOB: 06/05/16

Gender: Boy

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Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies

The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is a dog breed originating from Ireland. It comes in four coat varieties; Heavy Irish, Traditional Irish, English and American. This breed is known for its single coat that sheds very little. It is one of the most recommended breed for people who suffer from dog allergies. In addition to that, this breed is cute in every aspect. It has a good temperament and is generally health. All in all, before bringing a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppy home, it is critical that you do a little research to understand the breed better. Description In appearance, the San Diego Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies grow into compact and squarely proportioned dogs. They have a moderately long head that is rectangular in shape. The head is proportional to the dog’s body. The muzzle is short when compared to the skull and has a well defined stop. The nose is black, large and a bit large for the dog. The teeth make a level bite. The lips are black. The eyes are almond shaped and wide set. The eye colors range from medium brown to reddish brown. It is possible to find the yellow or light eye color but this is a fault in written standards. The ears are v-shaped and fold forward and are level with the dog’s skull. The neck of the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies San Diego is of medium length and widens into the body. The back forms a level top-line. The tail is high set and is either docked or left natural. The coat is wavy and comes in shades of wheaten. It is important to note that the puppies are normally born dark brown in color and wheaten as they mature. Temperament Generally speaking, the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies San Diego are agile, strong and well coordinated. The dog is happy and very playful. It is one of the friendliest terriers and makes a superb watchdog. The dog is also friendly and lovely towards kids as well as other dogs. However, it will need sufficient socialization to keep it from developing behavioral problems. The breed needs a strong pack leader who is not meek. It will need proper communication and exercises to bring out the best traits. Other than that, the dog will have a puppy attitude that will remain with it for the rest of its life. Health In spite of the San Diego Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies growing into generally healthy dog breeds, they are prone to protein wasting disease as well as flea allergies. Care The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppy San Diego needs to be taken out for daily walks. Taking time to play with it will also be of great help. Grooming is aimed at achieving a natural look. Combing is recommended over brushing. Shampoo or bathe when absolutely necessary. With sufficient exercises, this breed is good for the apartment life. Average size Height: 17 to 20 inches Weight: 30 to 45 pounds Life expectancy 12 to 15 years Typical use Companion dog
Bernese Mountain Dog

DOB: 06/11/16

Gender: Boy

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Bernese Mountain Dog

Most of us have a desire to own a pet. The problem is that there are many choices to be made. Today, if you are thinking of purchasing a pet, the first thing you must always do is strive to understand it. The Bernese mountain dog could be a great choice if you are planning on having a pet that is elegant. Appearance The Bernese mountain puppy grows into a large sized dog that is both strong and sturdy. The breed is known for its agility and its body that is longer than it is tall. It has a broad head which is flat at the top. The muzzle is both straight and strong. The teeth make a scissor bite. The ears are triangular in shape, medium sized and have rounded tips. The Bernese mountain puppies San Diego also have strong straight legs and round feet. The tail is bushy and often carried low It is important to note that declaws of the San Diego Bernese mountain puppies are often removed. The coat is weather resistant and moderately long. It is normally thick and either straight or wavy. The breed has a tricolor which has symmetrical markings which can be black, white or rust. The base is black and the chest has a white blaze. The head, tail tip and toes also have some white. The cheeks have the rust color. Temperament Generally, the Bernese mountain puppies San Diego are known to be cheerful and easy going with children. They are intelligent and make great watchdogs. What is more is that they are trainable, self confident, good natured and alert. However, to achieve all these qualities, you must start training and socializing your puppies early enough. With proper care and training, the dog will be your best friend for the rest of its life. They are relatively good with strangers and great with children and other pets including dogs. When contemplating on purchasing San Diego Bernese mountain puppies, it is important to understand that the breed matures slowly. It is among the few breeds that act as puppies the longest. They also need human companion and should never be left alone for long. The only time you will run into issues is when you fail to display natural leadership. Treating the Bernese mountain puppy as a baby will only make it defiant and start herding you and other pets. You need to ensure that the dog understands and follows the rules you set. Health The breed is prone to cancer, eyelid problems, bloat, elbow and hip dysplasia. It gains weight fast hence the need to feed it moderately. The Bernese mountain dog may also suffer from mast cell tumors. Care The best care you can give the Bernese mountain puppies San Diego is daily exercises. They need long walks. Daily brushing is also recommended when it comes to grooming. The breed is a heavy seasonal shedder and needs more brushing at this time. Average Size Height: 23 to 28 inches Weight: 80 to 110 pounds. Life Expectancy 6 to 8 years Typical use
  • Family pet
  • Working dog for pulling wagons and carts
  • Watchdog
Alaskan Malamute

DOB: 06/12/16

Gender: Boy

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Alaskan Malamute Puppies

This is a breed commonly mistaken for the Husky. It is larger than most Spitz types of dogs. It was initially bred to withstand the adverse Northern climate and weather. It is beautiful and at the same time hardy. History The Alaskan Malamute puppies are believed to be descendants of the people of Alaska. In the 1890s, the sled dogs were very valuable to prospectors and settlers in the Gold Rush. Consequently, cross breeding was intensively done. DNA tests have shown that the Alaskan Malamute is among the oldest dog breeds. It also has the least difference in both genetic and phenotype level. The breed was widely used because of its ability to survive the arctic conditions. History also points that the dog was intensely used in World Wars as a rescue dog and for pulling sleds. Appearance Learning of the appearance of the San Diego Alaskan Malamute puppy is very important when contemplating on buying one. The Alaskan Malamute is mainly characterized by its dense double coat. It has a hardy outer coat which has hairs and soft, wooly and oily layer. The under hairs are about two inches thick. The ears of the breed are small and always stand erect when alert. The eyes of the Alaskan Malamute San Diego can either be brown or blue or the combination of the two colors. Breeders often prefer the dark eyes though the standard Malamute shouldn’t have blue eyes. The eyes are almond in shape. The muzzle is broad and deep, and tapers somewhat from the skull to its nose. The nose and the gums are usually black. An Alaskan Malamute is a large and heavy dog which was bred for its stamina and endurance. The coat comes in a variety of shades ranging from gray and white to sable and white to seal and white to red and white to solid white and various markings and then some. The tail is well furred and carried over the back. The tail is used to keep the nose and face warm when sleeping. Temperament The San Diego Alaskan Malamute puppy is loyal and independent. The breed is suited to the experienced owner. The dog was bred to be self reliant and hence have a natural intelligence. It is vital for the trainer to understand the background and preferred motivation of the Alaskan Malamute puppies for the most reliable results. They can be taught to live with other pets. The Malamutes are basically aware of their surrounding and love human companion. Health The Alaskan Malamute San Diego can live for up to 12 years. It is, however, prone to hip dysplasia and eye problems. Frequent vet examinations are recommended. Care The Alaskan Malamute sheds hair. Regular grooming is mandatory. You should also prepare to walk and exercise your dog. Average size The Alaskan Malamute puppies can grow up to 25 inches for the male and 23 inches for the female. They can weigh between 34 and 45 kilograms. Typical use The Alaskan Malamute San Diego is used as a pet. Some people still use it as a sled dog.
Boston Terrier

DOB: 06/10/16

Gender: Boy

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Boston Terrier Puppies

What sets the Boston Terrier apart from other admirable breeds is the unique personality. The key reason why the breed has a great personality is because it has high bulldog genes concentration. They are normally less excitable and have a gently trait with good manner. The Boston Terrier are known as the American Gentleman. History Just as the name depicts, the Boston Terrier puppies originated in Boston. It is among the few native breeds in the US. It was developed in the 1870s after breeding English Terriers with the English Bulldogs. Initially, they were referred to as Round Heads or the Bull Terriers. The present day name came into being in early 1890s. Appearance The San Diego Boston Terrier puppies have a short, compact and muscular body frame which is well balanced and has an elegant posture. Their head is wide and flat and proportioned to the body. The muzzle is square and has no wrinkles. The nose is big and black. The eyes, on the other hand, are set wide apart. The neck is arched and the chest is broad. The limbs are strong and the tail takes after the bulldog; it is short. The coat is smooth and comes in a variety of colors such as brindle & white, black & white or seal & white. General Traits
  • Dark eyes
  • Short muzzles
  • Well mannered
  • Intelligent
  • Easy to train
  • Rowdy at times
Temperament Initially, the Boston Terrier puppies San Diego were bred as scrappers and fighters. Over the years, they have been honed into the best companions. They are amiable and easygoing though they present the typical attitude of the terrier from now and then. They have a keen intellect and are easy to train. The breed is eager to learn. The Boston Terrier puppies get along well with the entire family including house pets. The breed is energetic and quite playful. It loves human companion and loves being involved in family occasions. The breed is good with children. They make good watchdogs and are protective. They bark if a stranger approaches the house suspiciously. Before adopting or purchasing San Diego Boston Terrier puppy, it is important to note that they are prone to heatstroke. When playing outdoors, they need monitoring especially when the weather is hot. Their short snouts can make it difficult for them to breathe in the sun. It is the snout that causes them to drool and at times snort. Other than that, the Boston Terrier puppies do well in apartments. They only need daily walks and regular activities to shed extra energy. Health Concerns
  • Patellar luxation
  • Stenotic nares
  • Allergies
  • Brachycephalic syndrome
  • Elongated soft palate
  • Canine deafness
  • Seizures
  • Cataract
  • Demodicosis
Care Regular exercises and frequent visits to the vet are recommended. The coat should also be brushed regularly to get rid of loose hair. Average Size Height: 15 to 17 inches Weight: 17 to 25 pounds Life Expectancy 16 years Typical Use They make great companions. They are recommended for:
  • Singles
  • Seniors
  • Families with older children
Cockapoo

DOB: 06/13/16

Gender: Boy

Bichon Poo

DOB: 06/06/16

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

DOB: 06/05/16

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.
Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 06/14/16

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.
Pomsky

DOB: 05/20/16

Gender: Boy

Maltipoo

DOB: 03/13/16

Gender: Girl

French Bulldog

DOB: 05/16/16

Gender: Girl

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French Bulldog Puppies

It pays to know the dog breed you are buying or rescuing. The information will help you take proper care of the pet and elude undesirable expenses. The French bulldog puppies are basically small and energetic breeds. They are characterized with large and rounded bat like earns and a square flat head. The head resembles that of the English bulldog only that it is smaller. It is the soft skin of the puppies that make them quite appealing to pet. If you are looking for a strong bond and a good laugh from time to time, this is a considerable pet to consider. Their life expectancy is 10 to 12 years.  Character When it comes to the bulldogs, one trait you will really appreciate is the pleasant temperament. The bulldog puppies are quite playful and get along well with both strangers and animals. They are very friendly with older children. However, it is important to note that some males might tend to be aggressive if untamed or treated harshly. Weight The bulldog grows to a maximum of 28 pounds (13 kilograms) Height 11 to 13 inches Common colors
  • Brindle
  • Fawn
  • White
  • Combination of brindle and white
 Temperament Prior to the purchase of French bulldog puppies, it is essential to consider its character. The French bulldog is a hilarious small dog that is also affectionate. It is not bred for kennel breeding. The bulldog should always be in the family environment. It socializes well with other dogs and household pets. All in all, you must understand that this pet does not tolerate rough play hence highly advised against leaving it with small children. Care The bulldog puppies have a smooth and short body coat which does not require much grooming. You can get rid of the dry or loose hair with a rubber brush. Additionally, due to the flat muzzle, the bulldog tends to drool. For hygiene purposes, you should clean its mouth regularly with a recommended tooth brush and toothpaste. Bathing the puppy should only be done when necessary.  Health problems The bulldog is prone to spinal disorders, joint diseases, heart defects and eye problems. Fat bulldogs find it hard to breathe in hot weather because of their swollen abdomen. It is also not recommended to put them under anesthesia because of their breathing issues. Frequent visits to the vet can help deal away with most health problems.  Training To prevent aggressiveness, you should take time to train your puppies. It is easy to train a bulldog puppy since it responds fast to the voice of the handler. Consistence is, nevertheless, recommended. You should also note that the puppies do not respond superbly to harsh training; you need to be patient. Activity The French bulldog puppies can quickly become overheated. This is because of the flat muzzle that makes it hard to breath. You should always provide adequate water and shade in extreme temperatures. The dog will also be prone to heatstroke if exercised in hot weather.  Typical use They are perfect indoor companions.  
Shiba Inu

DOB: 05/24/16

Gender: Girl

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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.
American Eskimo

DOB: 06/05/16

Gender: Boy

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American Eskimo Puppies (Standard)

The American Eskimo standard is a larger dog than the miniature. It has a white or cream colored coat with ears that stand erect. The muzzle and skull is appropriate to its compact body. The jaws are strong and make a scissor/ pincer bite. The most considerable of the American Eskimo standard puppy is one with brown eyes. The blue eyed ones have been known to be prone to a number of health problems and are hence rejected as performers. History The San Diego American Eskimo standard puppy is believed to be a descendant of the German Spitz. The claim is strengthened by the fact that the breed has many similarities especially when it comes to behaviors. The name is believed to have changed during the First World War due to the anti-German sentiments. Its popularity increased in the 1920s. This is because of it being showcased by travelling circuses. In spite of the American Eskimo standard puppies being known today as pets, they were initially used as performers. Temperament The San Diego American Eskimo standard puppy is always eager to please and bright. In general, the breed is full of energy. Because of their active nature, they always require adequate exercising on a daily basis. Failure to do this can lead to the development of undesirable behaviors such as being destructive and noisy. Proper exercising will help prevent furniture chewing, barking or chewed shoes. It is also important to note that the breeds have been known to run amok especially in the cold weather. In spite of the American Eskimo San Diego being difficult to train, they do well with obedience and agility training. Their intelligence and energy enables them to perform tricks. When engaged in numerable activities, this breed will tend to be happier. All you need to do is maintain a schedule for the exercises. Care The breed has a double coat which also sheds. It is important to comb and brush it at least twice a week. Care should, however, be intensified when shedding. To control the excess energy of the dog, you must take him for jogs or walks. The intensity of the exercise will be determined by the size. The younger American Eskimo standard puppy will need short walks while the bigger one will do with jogging. Training These dogs love to please. It is this reason that makes it considerably easy to train them. However, considering the fact that training is not as easy, proper techniques must be adopted. Organizing for training classes could be helpful. Proper training can help deal with the aggression problems. Health The breed is generally healthy. The minor concerns are in patellar luxation and knee problems. You should also set appointments with your vet for regular checkups. Life span When well taken care of, the American Eskimo San Diego can live for up to 14 years. Typical use Today, the breed is used as a companion. They make great pets since they relate well with people and other pets. Additionally, due to their intelligence and high energy levels, they can be used as show dogs.
Beagle

DOB: 05/27/16

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  
Mini Australian Shepherd

DOB: 06/02/16

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.
Mini Australian Shepherd

DOB: 06/02/16

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.
Siberian Husky

DOB: 05/26/16

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.
Mini Aussie

DOB: 04/11/16

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.
Bull Mastiff-SOLD-

DOB: 04/15/16

Gender: Boy