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Designer puppies for sale
Designer puppies for sale, Malti-Poos, Yorkie Poos, Morkies,
Malshis and Shorkies, We love and adore our mixed breeds
as they are just precious,no shedding, very intellegent
and no known hereditary health problems.
" our Parents are Pure Bred Registered Dogs not Designers"
Notice: our deposits are non refundable, please make sure you want a puppy before sending your deposit.
If you have committed to a puppy with a sale pending , we allow 3 business days for your deposit to arrive.
If you have changed your mind please let us know out of consideration for us and others that might want
to purchase the puppy that is being held for you. Thanks, Rhonda
Sorry, no Checks!!
Financing Available upon aproval through Paypal's ,
Bill me Later!!
Check out our available pups below!
Attention: Due to the busy Season , we are
very busy with customers in and out of our office and phone calls,
we highly reccomend that serious inquiries call us at 318-498-1965
as the pup you are emailing about may be sold to someone else by
the time we have a chance to check our emails.
" Shopping list for your new Puppy"
Attention, if you have or plan to purchase a pup, When you come
to pick up your puppy, we will have a 25 minuet puppy seminar to go over feeding/care
instructions, vaccination records, crate training , and to answer any questions that you may
have in regards to properly caring for your new family member. Below is a shopping list of
the items you will need for your new puppy,
We will send you home with Royal Canin!
#2 Puppy Pads
#3 Medium size Crate, large enough for your pup to urinate and defecate to the back on a pad, and eat, sleep and play to the front.
#4 A Tube of Nutracal , you may get this at any major pet store or vets office, they are very familiar.
#5 5 jars of Gerber Chicken and Chicken Gravy baby food " off the baby food Isle at Grocery Store"
#6 A doggy water Bottle and two small bowls
#7 Milkbone puppy Biscuits in Gold box for treats
#8 A snuggle buddy toy " soft Plush" and a squeaky toy
#9 Receiving Blankets " a pack of 3"
#10 See Microchip info below!
Microchipping available for an additional $55.00 fee
" Greatly increases the chance of bringing them home if lost or Stolen"
Please add 4 % to the amount you are sending
to cover processing fees if using pay pal.
Yorkie Poos, photos coming soon!
Accepting Deposits now!
$200.00 down secures one of these babies!
Babies born on July 5, 2014
Can Go Home on Aug. 28, 2014
Est. 5lb to 6lb tiny adults, Quality champion lines!
Male v/s Female
From many years of having both male and female breeds,
I have found that I personally favor the males over the females
as far as temperament is concerned. They are much
more family oriented and protective toward their family.
The males are much sweeter and obey
better. A male is much more lovable and willing
to do anything to please you. They love your
approval, generally seek out your affection.
Most people do not want the males because they
think all males will mark their territory by
lifting the leg and peeing on everything in site.
I have learned from my past clients who have
adopted my pet puppies that if the males are
neutered at an early age say 4 to 6 months, they
do not mark there territory, having never gotten
male hormones due to this early neutering. Males
are generally much cheaper than a female due to
supply and demand. The price of a female is
higher, because they are in higher demand.
Females generally are much more stubborn. They
are very independent and want everything their
own way. The females
are always wanting to see what is on the other
side of the fence. A male is satisfied that he
has a yard and a family to love. Females are
higher strung and from time to time will fight
with other dogs. They often hold grudges for days
at a time when they have been corrected for doing
something they think is wrong. If your female is
not spayed then you also have a heat cycle every
6 to 8 months. This can also lead to unwanted
puppies to care for and find homes for in the
A friend once said the males are born to serve
us, the females are born for you to service them.
Please consider a male as your next best friend
House Breaking Tips for 12 to 15 week old pups
Many people think that they have to purchase in the summer
so they can housebreak the pup before returning back to
school, this is not happening. Why you might ask? Simply
because a puppy should not be taken outside until fully
vaccinated at 12 to 15 weeks, and they are not mentally
or physically ready to start as well. A puppy is like a newborn
human baby, you could stand over the toilet with the human
baby all day and yes he would urinate and defecate in the toilet
but he simply would not even know that he was doing it. Just like
human toddlers hit a stage where they start to notice the uncomfortable
feeling in their diaper as they age, puppies start to realilize that they do
not like the nasty in the back of the crate on the puppy pad.
Also when a pup hits 12 to 15 weeks, he starts to eat more at one time,
his bladder is larger and can hold it longer, he knows what he is doing
and is ready to start his outside training . When the pup is old enough
take him to the same place in the yard everytime. Do not intermingle
playtime with potty time or you will be standing out in the rain and cold
while the pup wants to play. We potty outside, and play in the house
until fully housebroken at about 9 months of age. Your pups living area
should be his large crate with his puppy pad in the back so if he has an
accident he can relief himself on his pad until you return home. Put your
pup out to potty and then give him a short playtime, anything over about 20
minuets you are at risk of an accident. You may take your pup out several
times during playtime to assure no accidents and to have a longer playtime.
Baby should return to his crate while not playing. Keep in mind your pup
has his food , water bottle, and puppy pad all in the large crate. your pup
will get on a schedule with you, they have a built in self clock and will
start to realize , Mom/Dad will be home at this time, and as the pup starts
to grow , you will start to see less and less accidents in the crate. As soon
as you get up in the morning take the baby outside " Before the coffee" and
again after a short playtime and breakfast , then back into the crate while
you are at work. You may leave the TV or a radio on for the pup while you
are away. As soon as you return home, put the baby outside and let the
playtime begin, he has waited for this moment all day and has a lot of love
and kisses to give. You might need some kisses too as it sure makes up
for a bad day at work!!!! Never spank you pup for an accident , blame
yourself for not taking him out in time or leaving him out too long. Reward
the baby with treats when he does good and remember as each day
passes you will start to notice a lot of progress. Remember, your pup should
only use his little puppy pads until he is fully vaccinated and
old enough to start outside!
How are you? Wanted to let you know the girls are doing great,Sasha is a whopping 6lbs Gotta bring them to the Vet next week for their 2nd lyme shot,when I get Sasha spaded I have to have 4 of her baby eye teeth pulled her teeth came in late and her adult ones are in so are her baby teeth too it looks funny.
They bring such joy in my life couldn't ask for 2 better puppies they are the best they love each other Sasha is so jealous she sleeps with me every night Princess does when she isn't having one of her moments,My son says I treat them like my kids ,I said cause they are my Babies and very very spoiled,but very smart & well behaved when we visit friends .I wanna say thank you for doing a great job of bringing them into the world,I was lucky to have found your web site ..Take Care Nikki & My Girls
Sasha and Princess Peke-a-Poo
The Beauty of Mixed Breeds
What makes a breed?
All breeds are made up of three separate but equally important parts: ancestry, purpose, and standard. Ancestry simply means that a particular breed has descended from only one particular foundation group and no other. Next is the purpose, or reason, a breed was developed, such as hunting, herding, guarding, companionship, etc. Finally, each
breed is characterized by a particular standard such as size, color, build, and appearance. Again, all three of these conditions must be considered when distinguishing one breed from another. .
The hundreds of breeds recognized today are not the only breeds to ever exist. Many popular breeds of the past are now extinct and many new and unique breeds will be developed in the future. The standard for developing new breeds plays a key role in the breeds survival. The first role in developing a new breed is the foundation selection,
or the selection of individual purebred canines that will be used to create this new breed. Secondly, the breeding process must be isolated from any dogs other than those chosen in the foundation selection. Without this isolation a new breed will never be developed. Finally the breeders must use a selection process when breeding to achieve the
characteristics desired of the new offspring. These standards are used to create a new breed that will be able to reproduce itself consistently with the desired traits.
The future of purebred dogs is in serious trouble when most breeds exhibit unacceptable levels of genetic diseases and defects. According to some sources, there are over 500 genetic defects that have been catalogued in the various breeds of purebred dogs with more and more coming to light as research progresses. Some of the same factors used
to create new breeds are also the very factors that have contributed to the destruction of the genetic soundness of these breeds. One of these factors is isolation, which is used to isolate the original new breed colony for the purpose of perfecting and locking in desired genetic traits. Without isolation, a new breed can never be developed. However,
if continued over a long term, isolation leads to degeneration due to genetic drift toward the "desired traits" and away from the overall genetic makeup of the breed. Closed registries by their nature promote continued isolation by requiring that all future offspring come from the mating of dogs ONLY registered in their club. Without a doubt, it is essential for the genetic soundness and vigor of purebred animals to introduce new and unrelated "blood" at various times into the bloodlines of these animals.
New Breed Development for the 21st Century
Most authorities agree that modern dogs derived their ancestry through the wolf, the jackal, the fox, and the coyote. Today's dog is entirely a product of man's making through the crossing of these various lines and selective breeding. In fact most of our modern breeds have been developed within the last 150 years through crossbreeding.
Continental Kennel Club has a miscellaneous section for developing new breeds. CKC will recognize a cross between any two purebred dogs, and will issue a registration certificate on their offspring. These crosses are not registered as purebred dogs but are registered as the offspring of purebred dogs. The registration certificate for these crosses will show MISC followed by the two parent breeds. When we register a sufficient number of a particular cross, it will be assigned a name; for example, MISC: PEKINGESE / POODLE is MISC/PEK-A-POO. After a name has been assigned, we encourage those breeders who are breeding this cross to form their own breed club in order to set a standard for the dogs to breed true. The dogs from these crosses will not be registered as purebred until the dogs are breeding true to standard for several generations.
The Pek-a-Poo, a cross that has been around for the last 25 years, is well recognized. There are also many others that are being developed around the world. CKC will also register any wolf and dog cross as a wolf hybrid (Read more about wolf hybrids to the left). By allowing the breeders the option of developing new breeds, we are promoting the breeding of better dogs. For more information on crosses being bred worldwide such as the Bichon/Yorkie, the Labradoodle, the Cockerpoo, and the Bull Boxer, refer to The Encyclopedia of the Dog by Bruce Fogle D.V.M.
With Continental Kennel Club, new breeds must be developed in at least 3 different closed colonies. Having a minimum of 3 separate colonies guarantees a much larger gene pool when developing a new breed. These colonies will breed towards the same standard that will be set forth by CKC. Once the dogs begin breeding true to type, the
colonies can then be crossed among themselves in order to maintain an even larger genetic pool. The misc. hybrid lines will continue to be bred should a second gene pool be needed for the protection and health of the new breed being developed.
Classifications on Misc. dogs will be changed once CKC has determined that these dogs have been breeding true for several generations, and has been approved for movement from the Misc. class to the purebred status. Future Purebred Reclassification (F.P.R.) will appear at the end of the group classification indicating the future changes.
After opening the miscellaneous section of our club, allowing for the crossing of any two purebred dogs, such as the Pekinese to the Poodle, we started receiving very interesting information from the breeders. We started getting reports that when a Pekinese was crossed with a Poodle, the offspring of these breeding were stronger, healthier, and less susceptible to diseases, and that more puppies were being raised per litter. When they bred the same Poodles to Poodles and the same Pekingese to Pekingese, their puppies were not as healthy, weaker, and more susceptible to disease, and that they raised less puppies per litter. We were receiving information of this type from almost all of the crosses, such as Yorkshire Terrier to Pomeranian, Cocker Spaniel to Poodle, and many others.
With this type of data being compiled, we began doing crosscheck questionnaires and gathering other information about these unusual reports. This information that is being collected in our database will be of tremendous value in the study of genetics in the future. Our information, so far, seems to indicate that when two different breeds are
crossed, such as Pekingese to Poodle, the puppies seem to be far heartier, easier to raise, and less susceptible to diseases, which is now being confirmed by top geneticist worldwide.
Poodle mixes are usually bouncy, perky, affectionate dogs with lots of energy indoors and out. These dogs are so outgoing, playful, and smart that they are easy to train.
Poodle mixes are usually rather small. Because they are sensitive to pain, they are not suitable for households with children under seven years of age.
Poodle mixes have wavy to curly coats that often need to be professionally groomed or trimmed.
Most mixes are small, but those originating from standard poodles can be medium to large.
Purebred poodles are always solid colors, but poodle mixes inherit coat patterns from different breeds and can have various markings and ears of a contrasting color.
Grooming & Exercise Needs
The coat needs several brushings a week and professional trimming or grooming about four to six times a year. Poodle mixes usually need several long, brisk walks a day.