Toy & Teacup
Mega Coat's, Great Temperament, Gorgeous builds, Outstanding Quality and Health Tested
Now in Michigan
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Hi Everyone, I want to update everyone about the changes in our lives. My husband and I absolutely adore animals. We currently have 7 dogs!
My husband is 74, and retired from General Motors. This summer Rick was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. As you all probably know this not an easy disease and requires an army of support.
In Spring of 2021 we are moving from AZ back to mid-Michigan. We will still have the support of our 2 daughters from Arizona. Our daughter Melanie and husband call Rick everyday to talk to him which means so much. Dean is a Dr and he makes sure Rick is seeing all the right doctors. Crystal has her hands so full with Tia but still manages the time to call and offer advice.
We will continue to breed top quality puppies as they amazing therapy and stress relievers. How perfect is it to be able to spend time at home with a beautiful family, our dogs. The cherry on top is the adorable little puppies. We just love every single part of having puppies. It's a lot of work and there are financial costs with many sleepless nights: however it is worth knowing that there will be a family who will unconditionally LOVE our puppies as much as we do. Rick and I never breed our girlsjust to have puppies. We have a waiting list and thoroughly interview each family to make sure they are just the right fit for their new forever fur baby.
It all begins with MOM
Along with our mom's yearly exams and updates in their shots, mom makes another trip to the vet to make sure that her health is perfect. After mom has bred and her pregnancy confirmed, mom starts to eat puppy food and is giving NuVet vitamins to help assist in the ever demanding puppies growing inside of her. Around 7 weeks we make another trip to the vet for an x-ray to make sure puppies are progressing well and get a count of how many little ones there are in there.
OUR HOME TO YOURS
Born & raised in our home
Our puppies are born in our home, yes and sometimes right in our bed, yikes. These precious and fragile babies start out in their whelping box in one of closets. I spend a great deal of my time in there and have a make shift bed for me to sleep on the first few days after their birth. When they become very mobile and mom stops cleaning up after them, we move them out into our family room. They even start making trips outside navigating the steps, rocks and grass.
Our puppies start being socialized right after birth. We expose our puppies to the hustle and bustle of everyday life. We start grooming our puppies right away, trimming their nails, stroking their tummies and backs with the body with a capped & quiet nail grinder. This helps to prepare them for their future grooming. Everyone in our family handles our puppies everyday. My granddaughter, who is now a candidate for a veterinarian career, makes sure every single puppy is getting plenty of lovin'
Our puppies are spoiled
We spoil our new fur babies, but just the right amount. After all we are Grandparents. We enjoy shopping for them, you can never have to many toys. We have an amazing Breeder that we work with that really takes the time with our girls to make sure they are matched perfectly with one of their boys, ensuring an amazing puppy with the perfect a
temperament and build. Our puppies are of hardy and healthy parents, with amazing coats