I have been raising puppies professionally since 1996. It all started with the little chihauhua puppy Tinker Bell that we purchased in 1995 and fell in love with. I had always had furry house babies and didn't know anything about this breed. We quickly found it to be the most wonderful pet we had ever had. She retrieved toys, took the socks off the children, was extremely low maintenance, and loved everyone. My children said she had crazy fits as she ran in circles looking like a water skier she leaned so far over. She was the inspiration for this kennel, my lap baby and family companion. As people constantly inquired about where to purchase a little "Tinker" for their family, I purchased other chihuahuas that started our breeding program and have generations of their ancestors in our puppies backgrounds.
I must note that our little Tinker Bell passed away in 2005 and I know well the heart ache of loosing your house pet. It is like loosing your child, with a hole so big you never think you will get over it. It is a deep wound that takes time to heal and while another pet will never take your pets place, a new baby will fill your life with a fresh start as you wrap your heart around another puppy to love.
Over the 17 years I have raised several different breeds, but the 7 breeds I raise today are my favorites, with Chihuahuas being my speciality. There are Chihuahuas, Yorkies, toy and t cup Poodles, Maltese, Malti Poos, and Miniature Pinschers.
I have up to 5 generations of the ancestors to the puppies we offer for sale. I will gladly tell you about the parents, grandparents, etc. as to color, size, and litters produced. However, I do not have the parents on display for you to see, as that is stressful for them to be constantly on display when they are not for sale, and I am just not set up to show them with limited space in the display window.
BACKGROUND ON BREEDING DOGS:
I don't breed my females until they are over a year old, usually 18 months and then breed them only 1 time per year. I retire the females when they are 6 to 7 years old. Therefore, they will have average 4 to 5 litters or less per mama. ---The boys start breeding around the same age and stop when a little older.---I sell the parents for pets when retired, so you will occassionally see adult dogs here for sale.
I DO NOT INBREED. I have enough studs to be assured that the puppies moms and dads are not directly related.
Since I replace the breeders with puppies that I raise for the future, I always have some older pups that were kept back to select future breed prospects from. These are sometimes for sale once I make my selection. If you are looking for breed stock, call and I will gladly help you with the backgrounds and what you might need to know to see if this puppy is a prospect for a mate for your dog.