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Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 09.03.18

Gender: Girl

Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 08/31/18

Gender: Boy

Miniature Australian Shepher

DOB: 08/20/18

Gender: Boy

Pug

DOB: 08/26/18

Gender: Boy

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

DOB: 08/23/18

Gender: Boy

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

DOB: 08/23/18

Gender: Girl

Shiba Inu

DOB: 09/03/18

Gender: Boy

Beagle

DOB: 08/27/18

Gender: Girl

Pomsky

DOB: 08/22/18

Gender: Boy

ShihTzu

DOB: 08/21/18

Gender: Boy

Pomeranian

DOB: 08/23/18

Gender: Boy

Am Domestic Kitten

DOB: 09/05/18

Gender: Boy

Golden Retriever

DOB: 08/13/18

Gender: Boy

Cockalier

DOB: 08/21/18

Gender: Boy

Yorkshire Terrier

DOB: 08/17/18

Gender: Girl

Huskimo

DOB: 08/19/18

Gender: Girl

Pomsky

DOB: 08.12.18

Gender: Boy

Boston Terrier

DOB: 08.13.18

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
Miniature Dachshund

DOB: 08.14.18

Gender: Boy

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Dachshund (miniature) Puppies

The first impression people have at the first sight of the Dachshund miniature puppies is a cute looking and cuddly dog. The truth is these pets are extremely energetic, intelligent and very curious. They are always ready for games or walks in the park. They get bored when left alone to the extent of chewing on furniture.  These breed is nicknamed ‘hot dogs’ or ‘weiner dogs’. It is also common to hear them being described as ‘two dogs long and a half dog high’. This is because they are longer than they are tall. Appearance The Dachshund miniature puppys come in all three coats: the smooth, wire-haired and long-haired. They can also be found in many colors which include tan, red, chocolate, yellow, grey, black or a combination of all the aforementioned colors. According to breeders, the smaller the breed is the better. The Dachshund puppies miniature San Diego are low to the ground. They have short legs and a robust muscular development. Their skin is elastic. In the capacity of movement, the Dachshund miniature puppies do not appear awkward, crippled or cramped. They are well balance with their bold head and high intelligence. Initially, these dog breed was developed to hunt small animals both above and below ground. They have a high sense of smell which helps in trailing. Temperament Having been initially bred for hunting, they are very independent and high-spirited. They have a very keen sense of smell and a high level of intelligence. They can think on their own. These dog breeds are superb for families with older kids who are patient and mature. The breed is also both affectionate and devoted to the owner. When there are strangers approaching, they will voice loudly and yet accept the strangers after a short introduction. True to their hunting traits, the Dachshund miniature puppys love the outdoors. They do well with a sizeable yard to play and run around. They also have a tendency of chasing small animals and may also dig holes when bored. With sufficient exercises, they will be okay in apartments. They are by far among the most popular city dogs. Other than that, you should note that the Dachshund puppies miniature are both bold and proud. They need proper training, attention and reinforcement training. They will surprise with their dependable and lovable temperament. They can thrive with both individuals and families. Care The best care you can give to the San Diego Dachshund miniature puppy is daily exercises. These are small but high energy dogs. Failure to exercise them sufficiently will lead to undesirable behaviors. Frequent walks are recommended. Health
  • Inter-vertebral disc disease caused by obesity
  • Loss of their ability to walk or move their limbs
  • Loss of control of their urinary bladder
Average size Height: 5 to 7 inches Weight: 8 to 11 pounds Life expectancy The Dachshund miniature puppies live for 12 to 14 years though some can live up to 16. Typical Use In spite of their being hunting dogs, the Dachshund puppies miniature San Diego are widely used as pets. Some people still use them in hunting.
Miniature Dachshund

DOB: 07.27.18

Gender: Boy

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Dachshund (miniature) Puppies

The first impression people have at the first sight of the Dachshund miniature puppies is a cute looking and cuddly dog. The truth is these pets are extremely energetic, intelligent and very curious. They are always ready for games or walks in the park. They get bored when left alone to the extent of chewing on furniture.  These breed is nicknamed ‘hot dogs’ or ‘weiner dogs’. It is also common to hear them being described as ‘two dogs long and a half dog high’. This is because they are longer than they are tall. Appearance The Dachshund miniature puppys come in all three coats: the smooth, wire-haired and long-haired. They can also be found in many colors which include tan, red, chocolate, yellow, grey, black or a combination of all the aforementioned colors. According to breeders, the smaller the breed is the better. The Dachshund puppies miniature San Diego are low to the ground. They have short legs and a robust muscular development. Their skin is elastic. In the capacity of movement, the Dachshund miniature puppies do not appear awkward, crippled or cramped. They are well balance with their bold head and high intelligence. Initially, these dog breed was developed to hunt small animals both above and below ground. They have a high sense of smell which helps in trailing. Temperament Having been initially bred for hunting, they are very independent and high-spirited. They have a very keen sense of smell and a high level of intelligence. They can think on their own. These dog breeds are superb for families with older kids who are patient and mature. The breed is also both affectionate and devoted to the owner. When there are strangers approaching, they will voice loudly and yet accept the strangers after a short introduction. True to their hunting traits, the Dachshund miniature puppys love the outdoors. They do well with a sizeable yard to play and run around. They also have a tendency of chasing small animals and may also dig holes when bored. With sufficient exercises, they will be okay in apartments. They are by far among the most popular city dogs. Other than that, you should note that the Dachshund puppies miniature are both bold and proud. They need proper training, attention and reinforcement training. They will surprise with their dependable and lovable temperament. They can thrive with both individuals and families. Care The best care you can give to the San Diego Dachshund miniature puppy is daily exercises. These are small but high energy dogs. Failure to exercise them sufficiently will lead to undesirable behaviors. Frequent walks are recommended. Health
  • Inter-vertebral disc disease caused by obesity
  • Loss of their ability to walk or move their limbs
  • Loss of control of their urinary bladder
Average size Height: 5 to 7 inches Weight: 8 to 11 pounds Life expectancy The Dachshund miniature puppies live for 12 to 14 years though some can live up to 16. Typical Use In spite of their being hunting dogs, the Dachshund puppies miniature San Diego are widely used as pets. Some people still use them in hunting.
Mini Schnauzer

Gender: Girl

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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.  
Mini Schnauzer

DOB: 07.14.18

Gender: Girl

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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.  
Labrador Retriever

DOB: 07.12.18

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
Schipperke

DOB: 06.18.18

Gender: Boy

Schipperke

DOB: 06.18.18

Gender: Boy

Teddy Bear

DOB: 06.11.18

Gender: Boy

Shorkie

DOB: 05/22/18

Gender: Girl

Shorkie

DOB: 05/28/18

Gender: Boy

Puggle

DOB: 05/29/18

Gender: Girl

Malti-Poo

DOB: 05.11.18

Gender: Girl

French Bulldog

DOB: 05.14.18

Gender: Girl

ShihTzu-Poo

DOB: 05.10.18

Gender: Boy

Maltipoo

DOB: 04.23.18

Gender: Girl

Cavalier King Charles

DOB: 04.16.18

Gender: Girl

West Highland White Terrier

DOB: 04.12.18

Gender: Boy

Morkie

DOB: 04.09.18

Gender: Girl

 

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