What To Look For

In A Breeder

When looking for your new family member it’s very important to know the parents are healthy. You want and need to know that parents are health tested for hips and elbows and hearts through OFA it’s ok to ask to see copies of the results. It’s also important to know that genetic testing for diseases has been done. You could have a pup that can’t exercise or goes blind at an early age these are just a couple of the many diseases that need to be tested for again ask to see the results. Good breeders will have no problem showing you this has been done. 

Upcoming Litters

Candy and Burly will be having a black and yellow litter ready to go home in early spring


See who is available to approved homes


Due to health issues I will be placing several girls please inquire within. All are young 1 to 3 years old house broken, great house manners up to date on everything. 


Occasionally we have retirees available...

Trained, Current Shots, no crate needed. Call us at (815) 901-5759 for details.