- Dog Breed: Toy Pom/Toy Fox Terrier/Chihuahua mix
- Age: 5 wks.. (Rdy at 8 weeks old)
- Description: Ali and Jingles Pups are *HERE*!! ~3 little pups~ 2/boys and 1/girl **Both Males are SOLD!!** **Female** is Available DUE TO BUYER BACK OUT! Born Nov/17/13 ~ Rdy to go Jan/12/14 at 8 weeks old… Perfect timing AFTER the holiday rush! *REDUCED PRICE!* $400.00 Firm.. Deposit is 1/2 down ($200.00) Toy pom/Toy Fox Terrier/Chihuahua mix.. This little girl is adorable! She is a little chunky fun pup! She would make a wonderful friend for young or old! If you are looking for a fun little pal that loves to be with you these are your guys! These little pups are Family friendly and Love Love to have attention and be with you!! What better way to get through those long winter nights then a puppy to snuggle with! "Ali" is blk/wht ~ a small mixed breed(Toy Pom/Toy Fox Terrier) and has freaking adorable puppies! She is 6 lbs and a great mom who loves her puppies! "Jingles" is blk/wht ~ a chihuahua mix. Gorgeous long coat~ You will never find a more wonderful guy! He LOVES everyone.. Real smart and super friendly and sweet! 8-9 lbs ******************************************** Pups are handled and loved daily and will be socialized with all our dogs big and small and kitties.. they will have plenty of free time to play and explore inside and out.. Pups will go with : *Nh State Vet Health Certificate (same vet for over 20 years w/Excellent references!) *1st shot,*Wormed *Revolution for Heartworm ,Fleas and Ticks *Food,*Dishes *Toys,*Treats *Blankie *Care sheets and folder *Bathed and nails clipped (all care pack items are subject to availability) Call 603/768-7006 in Danbury nh **SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!! THANKS! PLEASE!!!
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- Dog Kennel Name: Brains and Brawn
- Dog Breed: Boston Terriers
- Description: I breed CKC registered Boston terriers. I have traditional black and white as well as red and white Bostons. I’ve bred dogs all my life. We had Labs when I was a child and also a small mixed house dog we bred once to give to friends for free. When I moved on my own I starting breeding Pittbulls. I love Pitts but due to so may people abusing and fighting them I considered a smaller breed. I bought my first Boston in 2010 and feel in love. They are so smart and very loyal. They are also great protectors, not scared of much. I now have 4 Boston’s and I kept one Pitt. I breed because I enjoy doing it. I take great care of my dogs and litters. All pups come with their CKC registration, first round of shots and dewormer, as well as a certificate of health.
- Location: Pride, LA
- Contact Number: 225-362-7938
- Contact E-mail: Kellisbostons@yahoo.com
- Dog Kennel Name: Motley Kennels
- Dog Breed: Chihuahua & Yorkie
- Description: We are a small operation located south of Kansas City on the Missouri/Kansas border. We raise both long and smooth coat Chihuahuas and Yorkies. We breed to the AKC standard. Our puppies are either AKC or APRI registered. We love our dogs and their health means the world to us. All of our puppies are raised in the living area of our home. This way your puppy will be accustomed to everyday life. This is our hobby as well as our passion. We are dedicated to giving all our dogs and puppies the very best in nutrition, mental stimulation, socialization, and medical care. Our puppies are dewormed every 2 weeks and are current on their vaccinations at time of purchase. We start our puppies on litter box training. We are proud of our facility and welcome you to come and take a look for yourself, if that is not possible we do offer shipping and references. If you are looking for a quality chihuahua or yorkie puppy that is well adjusted please consider one of ours. Feel free to subscribe to our website and we will send you e-mails of the new litters we have. We submit videos to youtube from time to time. Motley Kennels is a member of the Missouri Pet Breeders Association and we are licensed with the state of Missouri.
- Website: www.motleykennels.com
- Location: Drexel, MO
- Contact Number: 816-657-2313
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Boston Terriers, also called the Boston bull, are compact and well-muscled dogs. The body is short with a square appearance. The square looking head is flat on the top and in proportion to the rest of the body. The deep, wide, short muzzle is in proportion with the head. The nose is black. The stop is well defined. The bite is either even or slightly undershot giving the muzzle the square look. The large, round dark eyes are wide-set. The erect ears are small and either cropped or left natural. The limbs are straight and muscular. The legs are set somewhat wide apart, and the chest is broad. The neck is slightly arched. The low-set, tapering tail is short and either straight or screw shaped and is never docked. The short, fine textured coat comes in seal, brindle and white, black and white and some are born brown & white.
The Weimaraner is a moderately large, athletic, working dog. The medium sized head has a moderate stop with a medial line going down the forehead. The nose is gray and the teeth meet in a scissors bite. The somewhat wide-set eyes come in shades of light amber, gray or blue-gray. The high-set ears are long and pendant, folded forward hanging down along the sides of the head. The front legs are straight with webbed, compact feet. The toenails are gray or amber in color. The tail is customarily docked to 1 ½ inches (4cm) when the dog is two days old. Note: docking tails is illegal in most parts of Europe. Dewclaws are usually removed. The topline slopes gently downward from the shoulders to the rump. The short, smooth coat is tight to the whole body and comes in shades of mouse-gray to silver-gray, blending with darker shades on the body and lighter shades on the head and ears. It also comes in a rarer longhaired variety (FCI Group 7). All shades of gray are accepted. There is sometimes a small white marking on the chest.\
If never primped, clipped or altered in any way, the Havanese gives a rugged impression in a little dog. The legs are strong and allow for free and easy movement. The dark eyes and long tail are covered with long silky hair. The profuse coat varies from wavy to curly. The Havanese is a double-coated breed with soft hair, both on outer and undercoat. Adult coat reaches 6 to 8 inches, and has a pearly sheen. Some Havanese carry a short haired recessive gene. If two Adults with this recessive gene have a litter of puppies, it is possible that some of the puppies will be born with smooth coats. A Havanese with a short coat cannot be shown and is a serious fault in the show arena. Some have nicknamed the Havanese born with short coats Shavanese. Eye rims, the nose and lips are solid black on all colors except the true chocolate dog. The Havanese comes in any color, including cream, gold, white, silver, blue, and black. Also parti and tricolors. In North America, all colors are recognized, no preference is given to one color over another. Black and chocolate are preferred colors with many North American breeders. A chocolate Havanese must retain at least a 1 inch (2.6 cm.) patch of chocolate hair. Chocolates also have green or amber eyes. In some European Countries the black and chocolate dogs, were not always recognized. But the black dogs have been recognized for several years, and the Chocolate dogs are now recently recognized. The gait is unique, lively & ’springy" which accentuates the happy character of the Havanese. Tail is carried up over the back when gaiting. The breed is of solid physical type and sound constitution. The Havanese gives a rugged impression of a little dog, it is sturdy, and while a small breed, it is neither fragile nor overdone.
A sturdy, tough terrier, very much on its toes all the time. The body length must be in proportion to the height, and it should present a compact, balanced image, always being in solid, hard condition. The head should be well balanced and in proportion to the body. The skull should be flat, of moderate width at the ears, narrowing to the eyes. There should be a defined stop, which is the transition area from backskull to muzzle, but not overpronounced. The length of the muzzle from the nose to the stop should be slightly shorter than the distance from the stop to the occiput. The nose should be black. The jaw should be powerful and well boned with strongly muscled cheeks. Eyes Should be almond shaped, dark in color and full of life and intelligence. The ears are small “V” shaped drop ears carried forward close to the head and of moderate thickness. Mouth Strong teeth with the top slightly overlapping the lower. Two bites are acceptable; level and scissor – scissor being preferred. The neck is clean and muscular, of good length, gradually widening at the shoulders. The shoulders should be sloping and well laid back, fine at points and clearly cut at the withers. Forelegs should be strong and straight boned with joints in correct alignment. Elbows hanging perpendicular to the body and working free of the sides. The chest should be shallow, narrow and the front legs not too widely apart, giving an athletic, rather than heavily chested appearance. As a guide only, the chest should be small enough to be easily spanned behind the shoulders, by average sized hands, when the terrier is in a fit, working condition. The back should be strong, straight and, in comparison to the height of the terrier, give a balanced image. The loin should be slightly arched. The hindquarters should be strong and muscular, well put together with good angulation and bend of stifle, giving plenty of drive and propulsion. Looking from behind, the hocks must be straight. The feet are round, hard padded, wide, of cat-like appearance, neither turning in nor out. The tail should be set rather high, carried gaily and in proportion to body length, usually about four inches long, providing a good hand-hold. The coat is smooth, without being so sparse as not to provide a certain amount of protection from the elements and undergrowth. Rough or broken coated, without being woolly. Colors, white should predominate (i.e., must be more than 51% white) with tan, black, or brown markings. Brindle markings are unacceptable. Gait movement should be free, lively, well coordinated with straight action in front and behind. Old scars or injuries, the result of work or accident, should not be allowed to prejudice a terrier’s chance in the show ring unless they interfere with its movement or with its utility for work or stud. An Irish-type called Jack Russell Shortys have shorter legs than the English-type.