It’s quiet time on the farm right now. Our last litter is getting ready to go to their homes and we aren’t expecting any more litters until late October.

We are brewing up out next couple batches of puppies as we speak!

Sissy is due mid-August with a litter of smooth reds with piebalds.

And, we have a litter planned with Maisy and Humphrey that we anticipate producing black & tans/creams. They would be due mid-late October 2020.


Our little mini-me’s are just perfect!  With them so young, our humans play with them daily to start them on the right path to spoiled-rotteness.  Soon, they get to play with all of us – Mom calls it socialization practice – we just call it fun!

According to Mom, our mini-me’s will come AKC-registerable (LIMITED-PET ONLY), vet checked, and current on vaccinations and wormings.  We aren’t sure what all that means, but we are pretty sure it is important to you. 

Mom will ask you for a  non-refundable/non-transferrable deposit via Paypal (you pay processing fees) or Zelle to hold one of our pups for you.  She says the deposit goes towards purchase price. And,  while we prefer to sniff you in person, we can load up the pups and mail them to you for $400.  We are also always up for a road trip which will vary in fees depending on how far away you are. Mom says its so she can put gas in the car, but we know puppies always get gas free of charge.  We are so confused!

Mom says that each set of puppies is a learning experience for her.  The hardest part is trying to determine what color we are.  And, our coats sometimes puzzle her too… but how, they are all made of fur.  And, if we do say so ourselves – fur coats are the best!  Mom says our litters are like a Box of Chocolates — she never knows quite what she is going to get.  Then she laughs.  Not quite sure why.  It really isn’t that funny!  So, if you notice that she may has mis-identified one of our colors, please let her know.  She is always open to learning new things – better things – correct things!

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