The Siberian Husky Puppy

February 27, 2014

Background on The Siberian Husky Dog

The Siberian Husky is a working dog originally from the northern climates of Siberia. Huskies are a descendant of the original  sled dogs, and are capable of hard work. They are members of the Spitz family, like Pomeranians (Read more about Pomeranian), but much larger. They have triangular ears, a long tail, and a thick double coat of fur.


A Dog That Likes To Stay Active

Huskies are dogs with high energy, and they need to stay active. After a long history of pulling sleds across the wintery tundra, these dogs appreciate exercise. Taking on the responsibility of owning a husky means making sure you can provide it with the space to move, and time to do it.white-siberian-huskies-puppy

The ideal space for a Siberian Husky to call home is one that has a designated play area for them. This is an ideal plan to help protect your own belongs too. If possible to set aside part of a room or other wide area for your Siberian Husky to be able to play freely and get exercise. An ample backyard is also a good idea to give him space to run. Without being able to play and move about, Huskies can’t expend all their pent up energy.

Huskies will sleep for ten hours a night, and then nap for another three to four hours during the day. This is now surprise given how active they are when they are awake! It is important that your pet get its rest along with its playtime so that they are at their optimal health and well being.


Getting Out And About With A Siberian Husky

Huskies love to play outside, and should get plenty of time to explore their environment. They are known as the ‘digging dog’ for their love of tearing holes into the ground. If you have pretty flowers and landscaping, it is best to dog proof it or surrender it to your Siberian Husky. Taking this dog out in public is best with a leash. Their curious nature can have them running off and getting into all sorts of trouble. That is best avoided.


Siberian Husky

Breeding of Siberian Huskies

Deciding to breed your Husky is a serious decision. A vet can help you make the right choice and can give you guidance along the way if you do decide to pursue breeding. Female Siberian Huskies should not be bred before eighteen months old. It is dangerous to them and the potential pups. Siberian Huskies have a gestation period of 56-65 days.

Husky puppies will open their eyes between seven and ten days old. They will crawl to their mother to nurse by instinct. If necessary, you may need to supplement their feeding with milk alternatives. A litter of puppies is a giant undertaking, and require almost constant care from you as well as from your own dog.

Siberian Huskies are active, independent dogs that love running around and exploring the world around them. They are an excellent breed to bring into your home if you’re ready for an adventure – and think you can keep up.

Husky Pomeranian Mix – Pomsky Puppy

January 12, 2014

It’s always exciting to bring home a new family member. Choosing your dog is especially fun. One of the most popular breed these days is the Pomsky, which is a mix of a cute and fuzzy Pomeranian with a sturdy and intelligent Husky. You imagine this cute little dog that will always stay small and be playful with family members, right? You may actually realize your dream, but in some cases the dog will grow to be larger than you expected. In most cases that is not a big deal, but it might be the one thing you really don’t want. It’s important that you understand how they are bred and what you can reasonably expect from your new family friend.

Designer Dogs

Pomskies are referred to as “designer dogs” because breeders can select the parents to gain certain physical and personality traits that are desirable. Some people prefer dogs that stay small so a quality breeder may select huskies that are on the smaller side. Some people may prefer that their Pomsky to have the coloration and fur of huskies but the size of a Pomeranian, so that will be the goal of the breeder. As a potential family member of a Pomsky it is necessary that you take the time to talk to the breeder about their selection and breeding methods to assure that you get what you expect with your purchase. The best thing you can do is contact the Pomeranian club of American to learn about where quality breeders are located so that you make the best choice possible.
Husky Mix Puppy SalesYou should ask the breeder what type of dogs are used for breeding so you can have a better idea what you should expect with your puppy. If a larger husky is one of the parents, you may get a dog that weighs about 25 pounds in adulthood, with a medium build. If that is not what you are expecting, you should let the breeder know. If eye color is important ask for pictures of the parents and the offspring. If they can’t provide that for you, you may want to find a different breeder. You are making a purchase that will live with you for at least 15 years and one that will cost you in the neighborhood of $1500, so you have every right to have your expectation, especially for a designer dog.

How to make sure you buy well

Research Pomskies so you know what type of personality to expect, the dog’s temperament, their fur type, and size. These dogs vary, so if you are looking for something in particular, you can discuss these details with the breeder you decide to work with toward your purchase.
another-2-pomeranian-and-husky-mixDiscuss with your breeder what you expect regarding credentials and paperwork, which they are required to provide to you. If they give you a runaround, you should stop the process and look for another breed you feel you can trust. The paperwork should include vet check for diseases or illnesses, and shots. There should also be DNA testing included to verify the type of dogs used to breed you Pomsky. This also goes to the payment method. A breeder should accept a PayPal payment or bank transfer. If they insist on a money order or cashier’s check, you should walk away. If you are purchasing the animal from afar, you should require an interview over the phone at the very least. It is best, however, to try to make the purchase at a local breeder if at all possible. The main thing you should keep in mind is that your new friend is a lifelong investment you must protect at all cost.

Miniature Schnauzer for Sale

November 18, 2013

Everything you need to know about the miniature schnauzer breed and how to buy them.

If you’ve been looking for the absolute perfect dog to become a part of your family, the odds are fantastic that you’re going to fall in love with the miniature schnauzer. Considered to be one of the most intelligent, loyal, loving, and friendly dogs on the planet, the miniature schnauzer is definitely a fantastic addition to your home.

At the same time, the miniature schnauzer has a number of very specific differences that other dogs simply will not – and you’re going to need to make sure that you are ready to only commit to the miniature schnauzer before moving forward.

You’ll also want to make sure that you are purchasing a miniature schnauzer for sale from a reliable and reputable breeder, and that you can trace back the lineage of your new dog before you pull the trigger on a purchase.

Here is a general breakdown of the breed as a whole, as well as a number of very specific tips, tricks, and bits and pieces of information you’ll need to make this purchase – and your life with this new dog – a simple and straightforward as humanly possible.

Let’s dive right in!Miniature schnauzer

Miniature schnauzers have been around for decades and decades (hundreds of years, really), but they are not one of the “original breeds”

Schnauzers are basically believed to be a breed that is a mix of the standard schnauzer and another German dog known as the affenpinscher (with even a touch of poodle mixed into the batch somewhere down the line). This makes them rather “sophisticated” mutts, though they aren’t regarded as cross breeds any longer.

Amazingly intelligent (we’re talking off the charts intelligence here), these dogs are easy to train and even easier to work with on a daily basis. You’ll only have to correct your new miniature schnauzer one or two times to train a new behavior – five at the most – which is absolutely unheard of in the dog world. This gives you the ability to quickly and nearly instantly train your new pup the moment that you bring it home, tightly integrating it into your family and daily routine.

Speaking of family, the miniature schnauzer is also one of the most fiercely loyal and loving animals you’re going to find on the planet. They make picture-perfect companions and usually create rocksolid bonds with everyone in the family (though they also have a tendency to fall in love with one person in the family more than the rest). This makes them some of the best dogs to have around small children, as they are intelligent enough to know not to miss behave with the little ones but loving and loyal enough to stick by their side as they grow up.

As far as temperament is concerned, the miniature schnauzer has more than enough energy for everyone around – but they don’t act like the Energizer Bunny with the bouncing off the walls like other breeds can.

They’ll need to be exercised on a daily basis, but most of that simply involves throwing the ball around or allowing them to drawn in wide open spaces for a few hours each day. You’re certainly not going to find these dogs to be difficult to keep up with, and they don’t get as bored as other working dogs do or other intelligent dogs can.

Always – ALWAYS – purchase your miniature schnauzer for sale from a reliable and reputable breeder

Though you can certainly pursue opportunities to rescue a miniature schnauzer from an animal shelter in your local area (and in fact, that’s encouraged), the last thing that you’re going to want to do is purchase a miniature schnauzer for sale
female Miniature schnauzer for salefrom a breeder that you don’t trust.

There are a tremendous amount of “puppy mills” out there in the world today, and you don’t want to contribute to this messy and inhumane practice. Instead focus on miniature schnauzer breeders that have proven to deliver top-quality dogs every single time, breeders that focus on the life of their dogs as opposed to squeezing every little drop of profit out of them in the process.

You’ll also want to communicate regularly with your breeder, asking any and all questions you have to make sure that you get the kinds of answers you’re searching for. The odds are fantastic that you’re going to be spending hundreds and hundreds of dollars on your miniature schnauzer (and potentially even thousands of dollars), so you need to be 100% comfortable with the purchase.

You can find miniature schnauzer for sale advertisements online all over the place, but focus on forums that have dedicated communities so you’ll be able to get a bit of feedback about the breeder before you begin to move forward. This is going to save you an amazing amount of headache and hassle in the long run, and is something that you need to take care of ASAP.

Cockapoo Breed

November 17, 2013


Everything you need to know about the Cockapoo breed and purchasing them

While not “formally” recognized by most of the leading licensing boards and organizations in the dog world, Cockapoos (a mixture between a cocker spaniel and a poodle) have been an amazingly popular breed of dogs ever since the early 1950s.

There are literally hundreds and hundreds of breeders out there right now working to push the Cockapoo breed just a little bit further into the future than it was when they first got started, producing absolutely fantastic looking animals that are also amazingly healthy. Think of the Cockapoo as the very best of both worlds when it comes to cocker spaniels and poodles – with a unique look, attitude, and personality that you simply won’t find anywhere else.

That being said, you definitely need to make sure that you understand the Cockapoo breed before you become a Cockapoo owner – and you’ll also want to focus on a number of very important things when looking to purchase a new dog. Some of these things seem rather simple and straightforward (and not a little bit obvious), but there are probably a handful of things in the information below that you simply were unaware of.

Here is the “inside information” you’ve been looking for in regards to the Cockapoo breed, hopefully giving you the answers that you’ve been searching for while at the same time all but guaranteeing you end up with the very best Cockapoo on the planet.

As a mixed breed, Cockapoos are amazingly intelligent and also take the best qualities from each sideCockapoo

It’s been long understood that mixed breed dogs are far smarter and in purebred dogs, if only because different DNA is introduced into the bloodstream and bloodline and would have been introduced otherwise. There’s only so much interbreeding that you can do before you start to deplete the gene pool in dogs, and that’s why “mutts and mongrels” are regarded as so much more intelligent than in purebred animals.

On top of that, Cockapoo dogs take the best of both worlds when it comes to pulling from their cocker spaniel and poodle ancestors. Cockapoos are rather strong (but a bit on the small side), and enjoy a fantastically friendly and loyal personality – specific traits as a “deal” or borrow from their cocker spaniel ancestors.

From the poodle side, Cockapoo dogs get amazingly elevated intelligence, a coat that doesn’t shed, and an anti-allergy far that won’t upset people who cannot be around “traditional” dogs. If that’s not the best of both worlds, then I just don’t know what is.

At the same time, Cockapoo’s don’t have to deal with all of the different health challenges that cocker spaniels and poodles have to every single day. They’ve almost been able to enjoy a built up an enhanced immune system and an elimination of the other genetic diseases that are traditional with each of the two “parent” breeds – allowing you to stay out of the vet far more often than you might have been able to otherwise.

Cockapoo dogs also enjoy a tremendously long life

Compared with other dogs that at most live to be around 10 or 12 years of age, a Cockapoo can expect to live anywhere between 18 and 22 years – with some Cockapoo dogs living to be 25 or older with no real hassle whatsoever. They are smaller dogs (with sturdy little frames), but they are amazingly energetic and are able to keep their youthful glow for years and years whereas other breeds lose that lust for life somewhere around eight or 10 years of age.Cockapoo puppies for sale

As a mixed breed, there is no specific “Cockapoo standard” – at least not one that is recognized by any official organization. Breeders have specific designations that they attach to the Cockapoo dogs they raise, with three distinct and different “classes” that you may or may not be interest.

You have the teacup toy Cockapoo dogs that are supposed to be shorter than 10 inches tall and weigh less than 6 pounds. You also have the toy Cockapoo dogs that are anywhere between 11 and 14 inches tall (but always weighing less than 12 pounds), and then you have the standard Cockapoo dogs – 15 inches or taller and weighing over 12 pounds.

Cockapoo for Sale

Different “types” of Cockapoo dogs are going to be better for different personalities or lifestyles, so make sure that you’re purchasing the right dog moving forward.

You also want to make sure that you are always purchasing a Cockapoo from a reliable and reputable breeder that you can trust, someone who has already established a track record in the industry and a person that has been breeding Cockapoo dogs for years and years. This is nonnegotiable, as you don’t want to contribute to the epidemic of “puppy mills” that are cropping up all around the globe.


Teacup Yorkie Info, Breed, Facts and Pictures

November 16, 2013

Have you ever wondered how the teacup yorkie came into being?  Since this adorable puppy breed has been spotted by many Hollywood socialites and celebrities, they have grown in popularity and spent plenty of time in the limelight.  The yorkie is a small little teacup pup that many of their owners find to be convenient to own.  In addition to being convenient in size, these dogs are very friendly and extremely social and they can be easily carried around anywhere.  When it comes to their origins, these sweet little pups hale from Yorkshire, England.  This is where their name is derived from.

Interesting Yorkie Facts:

Breeding of Yorkies first began in mid-19th century.  They were introduced to America in 1872.  The Yorkshire Terrier became officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1878.  Since that time, teacup yorkies for sale have been recognized as members of dog society in the United States and they have adorned the bags and homes of many of Hollywood’s most popular celebrities.

The Reason the Breed was FormedTeacup Yorkie

The origin of teacup puppies has been for many different purposes.  The Yorkshire Terriers were bred originally so that they could help capture rats.  Working in towns in and around England, these small dogs were bred so that vermin and other pests could be caught and controlled during the Industrial Revolution.  When it comes to studying origins of the teacups version of the breed, there is all kinds of difference between teacup yorkies in comparison to the full size species today.  The smaller kin do retain the hunting instincts; however, their upbringing and surroundings are big influences in their personality and nature.

Characteristics of Present Day Yorkies

When it comes to the origins of the teacup puppies, the Yorkshire terrier does not need to use their instincts for hunting much for today because sanitization measures have increased greatly.  Today’s teacup yorkie breeder breeds the smaller dogs because they server more recreational and ornamental purposes for their owners.  This is why the more modern teacup version of the Yorkie was formed.  These sweet little pups usually average between three to five pounds and the full size Yorkie weighs in between six and eight pounds.  Due to their size and techniques used to create the teacup versions, some of the dogs can be born with many health problems.  Because they have such small mouths, they sometimes suffer from coughing and infections that can really take a toll on their little bodies.

The wide popularity of the teacup yorkie will account to the way they look and to their size.  They are considered by many to be some of the cutest puppies and when it comes to teacups, they are the tiniest.  They are a really fun animal.  If you plan to purchase a teacup yorkie, then you must take into account their health needs.Teacup Yorkie for sale

Teacup yorkies are extremely small.  Due to their small size, they could be attacked by dogs that are bigger than they are and they won’t have much of a chance to fend the bigger breeds off.  These small pets always run the risk of becoming injured if they are dropped by children or if they get stepped on.  The results of falling when they are dropped could be very detrimental to this tiny dog.  It could cause serious injuries to the little puppies and could result in damage to their vital organs or even death.

These yorkie teacup puppies are healthy and fine during birth and they could develop health problems thereafter.  Owners should be prepared to spend money on constant veterinary bills and should be aware of potential health issues and to take good care of these puppies.  With the teacup yorkie they will need extreme supervision that is extremely necessary.  These little pups are so tiny and if they were to accidently ingest anything poisonous they might not be able to recover due to their size.  These little dogs do not do well during surgery and cannot handle the effects of anesthesia.  It is very important to keep anything that could be potentially harmful or toxic out of reach of these sweet little dogs.

The Yorkie is a dog that is very expensive to own because of potentially mounting veterinarian bills.  Additionally, they are considered to be a symbol of luxury for their owners.  When you get ready to purchase a teacup yorkie, you must be sure that the puppies breeders have given them the proper care and that they do not have any health problems at the time of purchase.  You must purchase puppies from breeders that are reputable and that understand the difference in the various health issues these puppies can posses.  Most breeders only sell healthy pups because they don’t want to get a bad reputation.  Before anyone begins to breed these small dogs, they will give great care to the parents and their health issues.  Some health problems are hereditary and that is why it is so important to make sure the puppies are bred from only the healthiest parents.  Many breeders find breeding teacup yorkies to be very profitable.  These little puppies don’t come cheap and due to the amount of care that is required in their upkeep, you must have the proper budget available so that you can be a successful pet owner.

Even though you are purchasing a puppy that is free from any problems and diseases, you have a responsibility as a pet owner to make sure the puppy is provided with all the necessary vaccinations so that any problems and diseases can be prevented.  Teacup yorkies need a great deal of love and care and they will give the same dedication and love back to their owner.  These little puppies are very sweet and extremely social.  They need a lot of love and attention. Be prepared to set aside a great deal of time for your little puppy and to care for him or her to meet all of their needs.

How to Take Care of a Teacup Yorkie Puppy?


Scottish Terrier – Where to Find Puppy for Sale?

November 13, 2013

Your family would like to add a new addition to your family, a dog.  Now is when you get to find the right one dog for your family.  As you all discuss you decided that you would all like a Scottish Terrier.

Scottish Terriers

The Scottish Terriers have a unique shape and are the smaller breed of the terrier.  These dogs are originally from Scotland.  This particular breed has a small sturdy built and has very short legs.  They are bold and active dogs.  They are also affectionate.

They have a soft undercoat and their top coat is wiry.  They do need to be groomed frequently.  You will want to take them to a professional groomer approximately every 2-4 weeks.  They also should be brushed daily. Scottish Terrier

These dogs are very alert, energetic, and intelligent.  When this dog is socialized and trained properly they make an excellent addition to your family.  They do tend to be vocal and also stubborn.  They also require plenty of exercise regularly.  They do well with running or going on a brisk walk.  These dogs make excellent pets for all types of homes.

They very easily attach themselves to one or two individuals within the family.  They will be closer to them than the rest of the family.   They are excellent with children when they are socialized properly.

Purchasing Scottish Terriers

As you are looking on how to find your Scottish Terrier there are many ways to do this.  You can look on the internet or in your local paper.  These are just a few examples but there are more ways. You will also find that some of the sellers on the internet are willing to ship the dogs to you.  This is another option if you would be interested in it.

As you are looking for the right dog for your family you will want to take into consideration a few things:  do you want a puppy or an adult?  Do you want a male or female?  These are just a few examples of some of the questions you will want to discuss with your family.

A price range for a terrier go from approximately $550 to $2200.  The ages range from 9 weeks to an adult.   As you are searching you will want to keep in mind that these dogs are usually eleven inches tall and will weigh approximately 19 to 22 pounds.  They can also live approximately fifteen years or more.Scottish Terrier for sale

They are available in three different colors:  black, brindle, or wheaten.  You may also see that some of the dogs are registered.  The registered dogs are less likely to get health conditions.

Since you and your family have decided on a Scottish Terrier now comes the fun of deciding which one you would like to take home.  Whichever you decided, a male or a female, puppy or adult, you find your life will change forever.  The love of a dog is like having another member of your household loving you.  You will also find that when you bring home your dog that you just found another friend.

10 Things you may not Know About Pomeranians

November 11, 2013

A Introduction of Pomeranian

When you are looking for a introduction of Pomeranian dogs then you may find some good information on them at your local bookstore, pet shop or library.  You can find books on their size, background, what to feed them, etc.  You may even find books that will give you a introduction to Pomeranian breeds in the form of an e-book.  You may also be able to get good information on the breed from your local vet.

Right now you will read about some interesting and little known facts about the breed.

Pomeranian Breed and origins

The Pomeranian is actually a part of the Spitz family.  They originated in the Pomerania area that lies in the heart of Europe.  You will not find this region on current maps though because now it is a part of both Germany and Poland.  The breed was named for the region from which it originated.

Although the breed is classified as a breed known as toy dogs because of its size, if you know anything at all about dogs then you will know that the Spitz dogs that the Pomeranian descends from is a much larger breed.  While they are known here as Pomeranians, in a lot of countries they are called Dwarf Spitz.

So how did they get so small if they are descended from a larger breed?  Keep reading and you will find out shortly.


When Queen Victoria reigned in England in the 17th century she had a small red dog.  Yes, it was a Pomeranian.  She gained the love of this breed as a child because her grandmother, Queen Catherine had this type of dog.  Queen Catherine’s dog was larger though and weighed in at about 50 pounds.  When it became widely known what the breed of Queen Victoria’s dog was it created a fad.  People wanted to have the same type of dog that the Queen had.  That sparked the popularity of the breed and it has been going strong ever since.  Although the breed was larger back then, the Queen’s dog was a small one for the times.  She was a great fan of dogs in general and helped to finance kennels for breeding the dogs.  When dog aficionados and breeders found that out, they started breeding only small versions of the animal.  The Queen helped them in this endeavor by importing the smallest she could find from different countries.  During her reign alone and directly due to both her influence and preferences, the size of a Pomeranian shrunk by more than 50%.

Things to watch for

Although this breed of dog is small it is a rather hearty breed.  The most common natural afflictions to watch out for in this breed are tracheal collapse, luxating patella and black skin disease.  Other than that if you give the dog his shots and make sure he gets everything that he needs he should be pretty healthy as a whole.  Their life expectancy is about 16 years.

Tracheal collapse occurs when the dog’s trachea collapse.  If you notice the critter having trouble breathing or actually passing out this may be the reason and the dog should receive medical treatment.

Luxating patella is basically when the dog’s knee cap slips out of place.  The dog will not be able to sit comfortably and the leg will be in a position where it is bent with the paw off the ground.  Painful when it occurs, the condition is not painful immediately after the kneecap slips.

Black skin disease is when the skin turns black and the hair falls out.

AppearancePomeranian puppies

The Pomeranian is a small breed.  At the maximum growth they only reach a height of 11’’ and their weight generally gets to be between 7 and 8 pounds.    Their coat is generally fluffy and their tails are set both high as well as flat.  While earlier versions of this breed were primarily pure white or sometimes black, now they are the breed that has the largest array of colors out of every breed in the world.


It is recommended that this breed is brushed out every single day.   That is because the dog actually has 2 coats.  The part that you primarily see on first look is the outer coat and is straight, long and not very soft.  There is also an undercoat though.  This undercoat tends to be short, very dense and soft.  Because the dog constantly sheds, if they are not brushed out on a daily basis they can become matted and tangled and this could actually lead to health conditions.


For a little dog the Pomeranian can have a big attitude.  They are extremely temperamental because the owners tend to spoil them.  In order to teach good behavior early Pomeranian puppies should be trained at as early an age as possible.  Without early training the Pomeranian puppies will grow up to be little barkers.  They have a tendency to bark as the slightest provocation unless trained early not to.

A Random Interesting Fact or Four

When the Titanic sank there were only 3 dogs saved.  One of them was a Pekinese and the other two were both Pomeranians; which raises the question of why they were saving dogs while people were drowning?

In 1898 the first of the Pomeranian breed became registered at the American Kennel Club although it was not even recognized by the club as a breed for two more years.

Speaking of clubs, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show awarded the breed a prize for the first time in 1926. This prize was in the Toy Group category.   A pom would not win another prize there until 62 years later when one was awarded the prize for Best in Show.

For each of the last 10 years, the breed has been on the top 10 list for the most popular breed in America according to the American Kennel Club.  The breed is extremely more popular in America than anywhere else on the world at the time of this writing.

Mini Dachshund Introduction, Price, Size and Breed

November 10, 2013

When you are looking on adding a pet to your family you might want to consider a mini dachshund puppy.  You can easily find numerous mini dachshund puppies for sale.  The only thing is deciding which one you would like to add to the newest member of your family.

Mini Dachshund

The difference between regular sized dachshunds and miniature dachshunds is their size.  The miniature dachshund’s genetic makeup is different.  They have the same body built, same temperament, and same color.  Dachshunds are friendly, active dogs and have a keen sense of smell and awareness for hunting, which would be for below and above ground.

The mini dachshunds are just like the standard dachshunds in which they come in three different coat types:  long haired, smooth or short haired, and the wire haired.  The most common is the smooth haired and it typically sheds the most.
mini dachshundYou will find that this particular dog is a very devoted pet, loyal, and will make an excellent watchdog.  They are very protective of their family.  When you have children, this is excellent to know because you will always know that this particular dog will always be watching over them.  When unknown individuals are around you may want to watch them because they can be unpredictable.

These dogs are very friendly and enjoy being able to interact with people.  They only need a small amount of exercise.  They will tire very easily.  They should not be allowed to jump or run because it could cause back problems.

Purchasing a Mini Dachshund Puppy

When you are looking into purchasing a mini dachshund you will want to decide which you would like either a male or female.  Unfortunately the prices could be different for whichever you decide to purchase.  You will tend to find that females are more than males.  You could find your prices around $300 to $1,000 for a puppy.  The average age you could find is between 10 weeks and 17 months and sometimes older.  You may also find that some of these puppies with come with papers and are dachshund for sale

There are many ways in which to find mini dachshund puppies for sale.  You can search on the internet, or your local paper to name just a couple examples.  You will find that on the internet that almost all of the individuals that sell mini dachshund puppies will ship them.  The decision is yours to make on where, when, and whether you would like a male or female.

Once you determine that you are ready to bring a puppy into your home the next decision is to find the right one for you and your family.  Not only will you be adding a new family member but you will also be adding a new friend and someone who will protect his family.  That’s a lot for a small animal but you will feel the love that your puppy has for you, as it will feel the love you have for him/her.


Finding a Pug Puppy to Make it Your Own

November 9, 2013

A puppy truly is a bundle of love and joy, even more so when they are Pug puppies.  Pugs are cuddly little creatures that crave attention from their owners.  These dogs have a short-muzzled face, curly-cue tails, a deep chest, and they make the cutest snorting sounds, which makes them quite distinctive from other dogs.

Choosing a Pug Puppy

With Queen Victoria’s patronage of the breed, the popularity of Pugs grew rapidly.  For the famous dog shows in England, Pug’s became an integral part of this show.  You can find many Pug puppies for sale.  When it comes to choosing a new pug puppy, you should consider the following:

  • Never judge a Pug by their stern facial expressions.  Pugs have temperaments that are friendly and cheerful and they love children.  They get easily excited and love to play.
  • Pugs are very sensitive to the tone of the human voice, although they are extremely gentle dogs.
  • A Pug is an ideal pet for owners who want to keep an indoor dog.
  • A Pug is an excellent watchdog and they are very dutiful to their owners.
  • Pugs are a very friendly breed that gets along well with other pets.
  • Pugs need a lot of attention, when they do not get enough attention they are likely to become jealous and often will sit in a corner to sulk.
  • Pugs usually range from ten to fourteen inches in length/height and generally will weigh up to eighteen pounds.
  • Due to their short muzzles, Pugs are sometimes prone to respiratory issues.  In addition, it is common with this breed are weak eyesight and knee problems.
  • In extreme weather conditions, Pugs may feel uncomfortable.
  • Pugs require a lot of physical activity so that they do not become obese.

Pug PuppyIt is also a good idea to consider the way the puppy will respond to your children.  Initially, there may not be instant bonding; however, the Pug puppies will be happy to see the kids.  It is also important to make sure the Puppy maintains a glossy coat that is neat, his bright eyes should be wide apart, and the ears should be twisted.  In general, Pugs are apricot, fawn, or silver in color, but you can also find black Pugs at certain breeders.

Pugs are a type of dog that has been bred to be a lap dog.  They were raised for Chinese Emperors during the Shang Dynasty.  It was not long before the popularity of the Pug rapidly grew in Tibet.  Tibetan monks maintained the dogs as companions, and as the tides changed, the dogs became even more popular in Europe and Japan.    During the sixteenth and seventieth centuries, this was the first dog breed to be imported by the Dutch East Indies Trading Company merchants.  The Pug is a breed of dog that has been revered by royalty known as Mary the II and William III.  In Italy, Pugs have been dressed like their owners in matching pants and jackets.  After being dressed to the nines, the dogs would then sit beside the coachmen of the coaches of the rich.

Pugs have a history that is very interesting that travels around the world.  This breed is considered to be a lot of dog confined to a small space.  Pugs have a boastful personality and are often very rambunctious.  They are also loving, perky, loyal, affectionate, and playful.  The Pug is a breed that has a relaxed disposition and is completely happy, but they are also very clever and mischievous filled with a heart of gold.

Pug owners are required to understand that this breed does require a great deal of one-to-one attention.  There are times when they can become jealous if they are not played with regularly and are the kind of dogs that must be doted on.  They are a great loyal indoor companion and they are excellent with other pets and children.  If you decide to purchase a Pug, you will be purchasing a companion that is beloved and cherished; these dogs have a big heart that is very warm.

When it comes to training your Pug, there are quite a few tips that can help you:


When it comes to house training your new puppy, there is not one single tactic that works better than another does.  In the same way that all humans differ from each other and possess their own unique characteristics and needs, so do Pugs.  Before you settle in to one training method over another, it is a good idea to consider the characteristics of your Pug.

Consider Your LifestylePug puppies for sale

You should take your lifestyle into consideration as you begin to housetrain your puppy.  Different lifestyles require different types of training tactics.  For some people a method that is schedule based will work well if you have someone who is home the majority of the time.  This method will most likely not work very well for those who work busy schedules.  It is important to choose training methods that fit within your lifestyle.

The Physiology of the Pug

All dogs have different physiologies.  It is important to make sure you take the time necessary to understand the way they operate.  Particularly, it is important to understand that this breed has a urinary bladder that is very small and they will need to urinate in shorter intervals than other breeds.  They have a digestive system that is similar to humans.  They have to relieve their bowels very often.  It is important to understand this physiology so that you can avoid any possible conflicts that could arise.

Consistency is the Key

You have to be patient and consistent when you are training your new puppy to be sure you reach the desired results.  It is important for the first few days of training that you be prepared for any “accidents” that could be deposited in your living areas, especially near your shoes.  You should also be prepared to step in some wet spots as well.  The key here is not to overreact.  Until your puppy learns from their training, these may be common occurrences.

Teacup Chihuahua Info, Health, History, Pictures and For Sale

November 8, 2013

Have you decided that it’s time you purchased a good pet for you and your family? You may be considering what type of animal to get – A cat? A dog? Something small and fuzzy? It all depends on your needs. Apartment living is a common situation in which a family – or an individual – doesn’t have a lot of room to own an animal. But should you give up on your dreams of being a pet owner simply because you rent an apartment?

Introducing the Teacup Chihuahua

The Teacup Chihuahua first gained popularity in the 1990s. It is not an accepted term for the breed as a whole, and probably gained popularity when an owner referred to their smaller-than-average pup as a teacup Chihuahua. A “teacup” Chihuahua is the same as a toy or micro Chihuahua, and the owner is best informed when they are aware that these are all the same kind of dog.

But before you jump on the bandwagon and leap at the chance to purchase a teacup Chihuahua for sale, you should know that their tiny bodies are more susceptible to diseases such as hypoglycemia, heart disease, joint problems, and bone fractures. By purchasing a puppy at a pet store, you may find that they have more health problems than they would if you purchased them at a traditional breeder.

Health ProblemsTeacup-Chihuahua-For-Sale

This isn’t to say you shouldn’t purchase a Teacup Chihuahua though. The choice of purchasing a pet is a very personal one. They take a lot of time and energy to keep healthy – maybe more so than other pets – so be certain you’re willing to accommodate their many physical needs.  Additionally, you’ll have to bring them to the vet regularly to ensure that they haven’t suffered from fractures or muscle strains.

Teacup Chihuahuas can be hurt far too easily. Sleeping with them in your bed can be a risk – if you roll over on them, it can fracture bones. If you handle them too roughly, you can pull muscles, tear tendons, or even cause a bone fracture. Their small size makes it absolutely necessary to handle them with extreme care. Chihuahuas in general are small – but teacups are even smaller, and therefore need extra-special care.

An Expansive History

The Teacup Chihuahua is, like his normal-sized peers, a descendant of the small, affectionate dogs of Chihuahua, Mexico. In the mid-to-late 1800s, they were spotted by Americans traveling to the region – and the rest is, quite literally, history. Nowadays, the modern Chihuahua is recognized as an AKC (American Kennel Club) official breed, and the first Chihuahua was registered in 1904. The breed’s popularity has soared in the last century, and the miniature breed has been owned by celebrities and exotic breeders alike.

Before they were found in Mexico, The teacup Chihuahua is thought to have possibly originated in the Island of Malta in the Mediterranean. There are a number of scientific reasons that the dog is thought to be related to the ancient breeds on Malta, including skeletal similarities. They’ve also appeared in ancient art. The breed is diverse and has a rich history – if you find a Teacup Chihuahua for sale, you can think it as owning a piece of living history!

Grooming a Teacup Chihuahua

One of the most important aspects of owning a teacup Chihuahua – whether teacup or normal-sized – is bathing it. Smooth-coats and long-coats both require grooming, although long-coats require a significant amount more. The small dogs can get dirty easily and the long-coats get tangles that are difficult to remove when left ungroomed for a long period of time. Unfortunately, as an owner, it’s easy to let the grooming go unattended for long periods of time. Whether you’re too busy to keep up or you’re simply forgetful, it can be a nuisance to groom the teacup Chihuahua.

However, this is not to say that the breed needs bathing on a weekly basis. If you bathe a teacup Chihuahua too often, his coat may get dry and stripped of healthy oils. A good rule of thumb is to bathe him or her once every two or three weeks, or once a month if that’s easiest.

Keeping a Teacup Chihuahua Happy and Warmchihuahua

Teacup Chihuahuas are small. Most weigh only 2-5 pounds. They probably shiver simply because they’re tiny! As with most small creatures, Chihuahuas are more susceptible to the effects of chilly winter weather. Similar to humans, the tiny dogs shiver when they’re cold so that they can warm up their bodies. After all, they wouldn’t want to fall victim to hypothermia! But to keep your Teacup happy, you’ll want to keep him warm before anything else. And you may assume that he’s never warm – he shakes all the time. Why else would he do that?

They may shake because they’re anxious as well. If your teacup Chihuahua is constantly shivering, he or she may not actually be cold, but actually anxious. Because your cute little teacup doesn’t know how to tell you when he’s cold, anxious, hungry, or excited, you must be astute and observe his behaviors. If he wants to go outside, he’s probably excited and shaking with anticipation. If he shakes after he comes inside, he’s probably cold. Keep an eye on your teacup to see what his behaviors tell you about his personality. You’ll learn a lot simply from spending time with your puppy.

Looking for a Teacup Chihuahua for Sale

Searching for your teacup Chihuahua doesn’t have to be difficult. You can look at a number of local adoption agencies or local breeders. The way you choose to purchase your new friend is completely up to you. As long as you have done your research before investing, you’ll be off to a great start with your pet.

Whether you choose to adopt or find a Teacup Chihuahua for sale elsewhere, you’ll be happiest with your new pet when you’ve done your research. Armed with the proper knowledge, you and your teacup will be happy for years to come!