He’s like 5 months old and he doesn’t have any manners.
He’s been rejected by two families. He’s back at our house. He’s loving, energetic, unsocialized, and looking for someone who can give him boundaries. He’s not too old to turn into a fantastic dog. He’s looking for the right family that can handle him and train him.
I’ll tell you more details on the phone. I’m open to anyone who is not afraid of a little bit of a project. He’s NOT free.
Send me an email if you’d like to be considered. Please title it “Naughty Buddy”. Give me your phone number and why you think you/your family would be a good match.
Let’s start talking about the Scarlett puppies! There are six of them, two girls and four boys.
These puppies are F1b. They have a Cavachon mother, Scarlett, and a Bichon Frise dad, Jack Frost.
They were born March 11 and they will be ready to go home May 6-12. Any stay after the 12th of May will incur an extra charge. You will need to make arrangements to come here to pick up your puppy. If that is not possible, we will need to talk.
They will be from 16-24 lbs as adults, or at least that is my best guess. The colors will fade, as is common with most cavachons.
Right now you are just evaluating timeline, color, and gender. We will talk about personality details as they get older.
If you’re on the waiting list, and are interested in being considered for this litter, please fill out the form linked below. It is simple, but it’s also very important that you select every single puppy that you might be interested in taking home.
Puppy selection day for this litter will be Sunday, April 18th. Please put it on your calendar! More details to come.
Please click on this link and fill out the form. You need to know your waiting list number to fill out the form. Your number may have changed since the last time you looked.
Spring is in the air, the snow has all melted, and my youngest son is building me a new walk path to our house!
We had stepping stones that kept getting grown over with grass resulting in a very bumpy and undefined path, and it was time for a clearer walkway.
My husband scored these bricks from the chimney of an old farm house that sadly burned down. My boys meticulously cleaned them and today is the big day to get them placed in the pathway.
The cats, Bumper, our big orange cat, and his sidekick, Black Kitty, are watching the whole process come together.
But this is not the only new thing happening around here!
We have new puppies! Scarlett had a litter of F1b puppies a couple weeks ago and today is our first look at them! I will be putting up their litter interest link with all the vital information in the next blog post.
Then Pearlie had a small litter of just two pups, a dark solid sable girl and a black boy. I will post their litter post soon.
And then we have Paige. Today might be the day, or more likely in the middle of the night tonight, but she is ready in her whelping space and I can’t wait to see what is inside this huge belly!
She looks very uncomfortable, but she hasn’t started digging yet. It should be very soon!
After this, we’ve had a few more dogs breed, so we are looking toward a very busy spring!
Also, my mom is back home. She stayed with us for 3.5 weeks and everything went very well. I spent some time with her and my sister, which was long overdue. Here’s a quick snap of the three of us at my mom’s house.
Tell me, are you interested in hearing more about my personal life in this blog? Or should we stick to just dogs? I do have a personal blog but it would be easier if everything was all in one place! Let me know!
The Maddie list is closed and interest came from people #69-108 on the waiting list. Again, I don’t know where my #1-50 people are, but this is just good news for the newer people on the waiting list.
Tomorrow around 1pm I will start calling people. Here is the order:
1. #69 Libby G
2. #74 Lynn A (currently pending with Buddy)
3. #75 Melissa D
4. #80 Summer K
5. #88 Holly W
6. #97 Richard M
7. #105 Maryann L
8. #108 Michael N
There were also two families that filled out the litter form without being on the waiting list. If you’d like to join the waiting list, please send us an email at email@example.com and we can get the process started.
Those who will be called tomorrow, please be sure you are by your phone. I’m hoping we will get all puppies matched tomorrow afternoon. Remember I’m starting at 1pm Pacific Standard Time.
It’s time to begin puppy selection for Maddie’s boys. I posted a video of them today on Facebook and there are a few pictures here as well.
Since they are all boys and look so similar, we will need to FaceTime if possible for the actual selection process. From what I can tell now, there is one very outgoing pup, one rather shy pup, and two in between. It’s a pretty typical bell curve litter when it comes to personalities.
They are F1 puppies from a Bichon mother and a black/tan Cavalier father. I expect them to be from 15-20 lbs as adults.
They will be ready to go home beginning Tuesday, March 9th. We would like to see them all go home between 8-9 weeks old if possible (March 9-15). After 9 weeks we do charge a fee to keep them extra weeks.
If you are on our waiting list, and are open to a solid sable male, and their going home date works for you, please fill out the following form to be considered for this litter.
I will accept names until this Thursday night, March 4, at 10pm. I will then close the form. I will post my call list Friday morning here on the blog and begin calling people at 2pm on Friday, March 5th.
Please be available for my call. If there is no answer I will move to the next person on the list, and then try calling you back. I don’t want to skip over anyone.
Here is a quick snap of each puppy.
Can you tell them apart??!!
They are all doing well, playing and exploring together! Looking forward to talking with several of you on Friday!
Please check the waiting list as some of your numbers may have changed. I have removed those that were matched to the Mimi litter and another couple families that found a puppy elsewhere.
I plan to post the Maddie puppies tomorrow (four solid sable males) and get the process started for that litter. There will be a Google form that you will need to fill out if you’d like to be considered for one of her puppies. They will be ready in about three weeks. I will post all the details tomorrow for her litter.
I’d also like to be sure that everyone understands that I need you to follow this blog, read all the posts as they happen, in order to not miss any of the information. I am not able to keep a running spreadsheet of who wants what color, size, gender, and all the specific timelines for over 100 families, so I depend on each of you to reach out to me when you see a litter that has a puppy you may want.
I know I’ve said this before but I want to thank all of you who have been following along and staying current with everything that is happening. For now, the Maddie pups are the only pups that we have that are not matched so we will be having a fairly quiet March. Scarlett did get bred so we are hoping to welcome a litter of F1b puppies at the end of March.
For those that have been following the bit that I’ve shared about my mom, she is with me now so I won’t have to be traveling back and forth to California until it’s time for her to go back home. She is gaining strength, going to Physical Therapy, and generally improving each day. Thank you to all of you that sent heartfelt notes. I really felt the love and care coming from all of you!