We are proud to be members of the American Kennel Club, America's Pet Registry Inc., American Cannine Association, and the Missouri Dept. of AG as well as a Licensed Missouri Business. We are also
USDA Licensed and Inspected.
We offer Designer Breed First Generation Cavapoos (King Charles Cavelier crossed with a Poodle) and Purebred Miniature Pinscher Puppies. Registered AKC, APRI, ACA or CKC.
For your convenience, SHIPPING IS INCLUDED in the United States. You may reserve a puppy with a $300.00 non-refundable downpayment. Puppies are ready to go at 8 weeks old!
TAKING CARE OF YOUR NEW PUPPY
For the first few
hours, get aquainted! Keep your puppy warm in winter, and cool in summer. Limit taking them around other dogs until around 12 weeks or after their second vaccination. This gives
their vaccinations time to kick in and protect them from Parvo and other diseases.
Please purchase a tube of Nutri-Cal or Forti-Cal gel to give to your puppy for the first
few weeks after you pick up your puppy. This helps to ensure puppy is getting what it needs while it is adapting to its new home.
When your puppy
comes home to you, it's up to you to give your puppy the care it requires every day. Your pup will give boundless love in return! There's a lot involved- your puppy needs
nutritious puppy food, plenty of attention, gentle training, safe toys, a comfortable home, and proper veterinary care. Your puppy will have had it's Vet
Health Exam, and it's first vaccination and dewormings. You will need to make sure that he gets his second and third vaccination after arrival, to be totally immune. It's crucial to
keep up with your puppies vaccination schedule. He will need to be dewormed once a month as well. Also you will need to put your puppy on a flea prevention program. We've been feeding your
puppy free choice feedings every morning and again in the evening. We like Diamond Puppy Food we obtain from our local Feed store. If you are unable to purchase this in your area try Purina
Healthy Morsels for Puppies or another High Protein 28% Puppy Food of your choosing.
Give the copy labeled "Litter Medical Record" to your Vet when you go for your first
visit. They will put you on a plan that works best for you and your puppy.
If your puppy doesn't eat the food dry, add a couple spoons of canned puppy food to
the dry food. It is crucial that your puppy gets started eating and drinking right away. It is common for puppies to be a little sick to their stomaches during travel. Also adjusting to a new place
with new water and food can sometimes cause a little diarhea. But if your puppy has very watery stools and isn't drinking you will need to bring him to the Vet.
Remember that your puppy is a baby. A cold draft is your puppies worst enemy! Also keep them
cool in hot weather!!
It is very important that your puppy get fresh water and food at least twice a day.
It is crucial that if your puppy doesn't eat and drink enough, you need to consult your veterinarian.
We start to potty train your puppy and teach it to obey simple commands. But
sometimes they don't start to have full bladder control until around 8-9 weeks. Your puppy has been used to going potty on newspaper. So you can continue to train him using newspaper and bringing it
outside, and you may want to crate train your puppy.
Don't feed to dogs: chocolate, grapes and raisins, coffee, tea, alcohol, onions,
garlic, bird and fish bones, macadamia nuts, xylitol: in many sugar free foods, raw eggs: the whites may decrease absorption of B vitamin Biotin.
Things You Will
1.Food and water bowls
3.Collar and leash
4.Bedding for crate
6. Toys of all kinds and treats
7. Puppy Shampoo
9. Nail Trimmer
Tips For A Happy Puppy:
1. Set your puppy up on a schedule
Choose a time for feeding, potty training and play that best fits your family. Your puppy may
whimper or cry at night at first. Provide him/her with a warm blanket, soft toy and a dim light.
2. Puppy proof your home
Check around your home for dangerous things your puppy could get into. Electric wires, open
doors, balconies, medicines etc. Purchase a puppy Play Pen like the one at the bottom of this page. It is a safe place to put your puppy while you are away or busy. Decide on the type of potty
training you will use. Read some books or google it. Crate Training has become very popular. We have been using newspaper for inside as well as taking outside to potty.
3. Prepare your family by explaining the schedule
Having the families help will make training your new puppy easier. If everyone works together
your new puppy will be trained well for life!
4.Make your puppy feel at home
Allow your puppy to sleep with an article of your clothing, preferably something you've worn
and that smells like you. This way, your puppy will become familiar with your scent and will feel more comfortable in his/her new environment.
5. Groom your puppy once a week
Good grooming habits start early. Regular brushing and bathing will keep your puppy feeling
clean and fresh. A clean puppy is less likely to soil them selves in their crate. Dogs have a keen scent for foul odors. Make a bath fun and rewarding for all!
6. Checklist for Feeding
Free choice or scheduled feeding. Two times a day for free choice.
Four times a day for scheduled. Use puppy food with 26% to 28% Protein. We have been feeding Diamond Puppy Food found at your local store. You may also try Purina Puppy Healthy
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Combine all ingredients to make a sticky dough. Drop by tbsp. onto ungreased cookie sheets and bake for
50 minutes. Cool on rack and then store in plastic bags. Makes about 30 dog biscuits.
Below is the recommended set-up for your new puppy. All of these items can be purchased at your local Pet Store, Walmart, Farm and Home, or Orscheln's. This is what your puppy has been used too as
well. This is so great for those times when your puppy needs a "baby sitter", and you need some time away. Your puppy will have every thing it needs!