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Teddy Bear

Gender: Girl

Mini Dachshund

Gender: Girl

Shiba Inu

Gender: Boy

Shiba Inu

Gender: Boy

Bull - Pei

Gender: Boy

American Bulldog

Gender: Boy

Labrador Retriever

Gender: Boy

Labrador Retriever

Gender: Boy

Mini Australian Shepherd

Gender: Girl

Shiba Inu

Gender: Girl

Beagle

Gender: Boy

ShihTzu

Gender: Girl

Golden Doodle

Gender: Boy

german Shepherd

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

DOB: 11-06-16

Gender: Boy

Siberian Husky

DOB: 11-06-16

Gender: Boy

Great Pyrenees/ Newfoundland

DOB: 11-07-16

Gender: Boy

Bernese Mountain Dog

DOB: 11-08-16

Gender: Boy

Bernadoodle

DOB: 01-09-16

Gender: Boy

Weimaraner

DOB: 11-07-16

Gender: Boy

Italian Greyhound

Gender: Girl

Miniature Dachshund

Gender: Girl

Frenchie/Puggle

Gender: Boy

Frenchton

Gender: Boy

Bull Mastiff

Gender: Boy

Yorkshire Terrier

Gender: Boy

Huskimo

Gender: Girl

Ori-Pei

Gender: Boy

Olde Bulldog

Gender: Boy

Golden Retriever

DOB: 10-18-16

Gender: Boy

Bull Mastiff

DOB: 10-05-16

Gender: Boy

Boston Terrier

Gender: Boy

Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 09-24-16

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.
Great Dane

DOB: 10-04-16

Gender: Boy

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Great Dane Puppies

The Great Dane puppies San Diego are also referred to as the Danish Hound or the German Mastiff. They are domestic breeds that are best known for their large size. They are currently the largest dog breeds in the world growing to a height of up to 44 inches. These dog breeds were initially bred for wild boar and deer hunting. Description The San Diego Great Dane puppies combine elegance and strength with their giant size and well formed muscular body. The breed is unique in that it is never clumsy and moves with a powerful drive. It has a strong galloping figure and a short haired coat. When comparing its height to its length, this breed has a square shape. Its tail is high set and is thicker at the base. Dewclaws may be removed. The most distinctive feature of this dog breed is the well arched neck which is both high set and muscular. The Great Dane puppy San Diego has triangular ears. The ears are floppy. To prevent injuries, the ears were cropped in the past. This practice is, however, marginal especially in Europe. The breed is commonly adopted as a companion dog today. The coat is short and very thick. There are six accepted coat colors for the Great Dane. They include fawn, brindle, blue, black, harlequin and mantle. There are other colors that present occasionally but are not show-accepted Temperament The Great Dane puppies San Diego are often referred to as the gentle giant. This is because of their good disposition. They are affectionate, charming and very playful. The breed is also patient and gentle with kids. It loves human companion. It seldom barks and will only do so when it is aggressive or when a situation demands barking. Other than that, it is dependable and trustworthy. Its loyalty and courage makes it a great watchdog. To bring the best of the Great Dane puppy San Diego, you must start training it and making it aware of the rules early enough. It should be taught never to jump or lean on a person. You need to achieve a pack leader status else the dog will take over. It has to be taught that it is beneath humans. If it understands its status, it will not only be a great companion but also good with kids. Improper training may lead to aggressiveness both to humans and other pets. Health The San Diego Great Dane puppies have a slow metabolism. They hence have low food consumption per pound. Common health issues include bloat and hip dysplasia. They may also suffer from dilated cardiomyopathy and congenital heart illnesses. Hereditary health issues such as blindness and deafness may also be registered. Care Care should start with early training. Additionally, being initially bred as a working dog, the San Diego Great Dane puppy are pretty energetic. They will need sufficient daily exercises which include long walks. The coat is easy to groom and only need combing and brushing. No need for daily grooming. Average Size Height: 28 to 34 inches Weight: 100 to 200 pounds Life expectancy 6 to 8 years Typical use Companion dog
Labrador Retriever

DOB: 09/05/16

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
Chiweenie

DOB: 09/05/16

Gender: Boy

Chiweenie

DOB: 09/05/16

Gender: Girl

Pug

DOB: 08/23/16

Gender: Girl

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Pug Puppies

The Pug is a toy dog which is characterized by a wrinkly, short muzzle and a curled tail. Its coat is fine and glossy and comes in an assortment of colors. Its body is compact and muscular. They are believed to be responsible for the English bulldog breed, King Charles spaniel and the modern day Pekingese. They trace their origin in China although they were initially popular in Western Europe. Appearance The present day breed has a square and compact body. They have a deep chest. When shopping for the Pug puppies, you should understand the two distinctive shapes of the ears. The first is the Rose ears. They are small and usually fold against the dog’s head. The Button ears, on the other hand, are bigger. Most people prefer the button style ears. The legs are of moderate length and strong. Their lower jaw protrudes further out leading to an under bite. Pugs in San Diego can come in a wide range of colors ranging from fawn to apricot fawn to silver fawn to black. Its markings are defined clearly. The tail tightly curls over the hip. Temperament The Pug puppys nature is rarely aggressive. They are strong willed and suitable as family pets. They relate well with children. In spite of their being teasing and vivacious at times, they are docile and quiet. Their mood is dependent on that of their owner. Health Issues The breed is susceptible to such eye injuries as scratched corneas and proptosis. They can also get entropion injuries which are pretty painful. The injuries are as a result of the breed lacking a longer snout and it’s having high up skeletal brow ridges. The narrow air passage also makes it hard for pugs to breathe. Their body temperature regulation is considerably poor. Severe temperatures can lead to permanent health issues. You should therefore keep the Pugs in moderate temperature. Obesity is also common with dogs living in sedentary lives. Give them healthy diets and regular exercises to avoid the obesity problem. Common health issues include obesity, overheating and pharyngeal reflex. The fatal conditions are hemivertebrae and necrotizing meningoencephalitis. You should take more time cleaning the ears and skin folds to avoid infections. Moreover, frequent medical checkups could help deal away with most of the aforementioned problems. Grooming This breed is easy to groom because of its short haired coat. You can groom it using a bristle brush. Shampooing can also be done if necessary. Thorough drying must also be done to prevent chilling. You should also note that it sheds seasonally. Average Size Height Male: 12 to 14 inches Female: 10 to 12 inches Weight Male: 6 to 9 kilograms Female: 6 to 8 kilograms Typical use The Pug puppies make great pets and do well with children. They are great for apartment life. They are inactive indoors and will do great without a yard. However, it is important to note that they cannot withstand cold or hot weathers. You must always maintain moderate temperatures around your pet.  
Pug

DOB: 07/26/16

Gender: Girl

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Pug Puppies

The Pug is a toy dog which is characterized by a wrinkly, short muzzle and a curled tail. Its coat is fine and glossy and comes in an assortment of colors. Its body is compact and muscular. They are believed to be responsible for the English bulldog breed, King Charles spaniel and the modern day Pekingese. They trace their origin in China although they were initially popular in Western Europe. Appearance The present day breed has a square and compact body. They have a deep chest. When shopping for the Pug puppies, you should understand the two distinctive shapes of the ears. The first is the Rose ears. They are small and usually fold against the dog’s head. The Button ears, on the other hand, are bigger. Most people prefer the button style ears. The legs are of moderate length and strong. Their lower jaw protrudes further out leading to an under bite. Pugs in San Diego can come in a wide range of colors ranging from fawn to apricot fawn to silver fawn to black. Its markings are defined clearly. The tail tightly curls over the hip. Temperament The Pug puppys nature is rarely aggressive. They are strong willed and suitable as family pets. They relate well with children. In spite of their being teasing and vivacious at times, they are docile and quiet. Their mood is dependent on that of their owner. Health Issues The breed is susceptible to such eye injuries as scratched corneas and proptosis. They can also get entropion injuries which are pretty painful. The injuries are as a result of the breed lacking a longer snout and it’s having high up skeletal brow ridges. The narrow air passage also makes it hard for pugs to breathe. Their body temperature regulation is considerably poor. Severe temperatures can lead to permanent health issues. You should therefore keep the Pugs in moderate temperature. Obesity is also common with dogs living in sedentary lives. Give them healthy diets and regular exercises to avoid the obesity problem. Common health issues include obesity, overheating and pharyngeal reflex. The fatal conditions are hemivertebrae and necrotizing meningoencephalitis. You should take more time cleaning the ears and skin folds to avoid infections. Moreover, frequent medical checkups could help deal away with most of the aforementioned problems. Grooming This breed is easy to groom because of its short haired coat. You can groom it using a bristle brush. Shampooing can also be done if necessary. Thorough drying must also be done to prevent chilling. You should also note that it sheds seasonally. Average Size Height Male: 12 to 14 inches Female: 10 to 12 inches Weight Male: 6 to 9 kilograms Female: 6 to 8 kilograms Typical use The Pug puppies make great pets and do well with children. They are great for apartment life. They are inactive indoors and will do great without a yard. However, it is important to note that they cannot withstand cold or hot weathers. You must always maintain moderate temperatures around your pet.  
Mini Schnauzer

DOB: 07/26/16

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.  
Bichon Poo

DOB: 06/06/16

Gender: Boy

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