As a small, in-home breeder we are truly limited in the number of dogs we can have.
I never wanted to see the day come where I would have to start retiring my females and rehoming them, but ultimately, a breeder needs to make those kinds of tough decisions.
I truly enjoy raising puppies and hope to continue for some time.
I have decided this will be Beans final litter of puppies.
She will will be spayed and looking for a new home later this summer. This isn't a first come serve type of thing, we want to find her the best family that will love her like we do.
A rehome fee will apply.
She will not go with her papers.
I will send her home with a 5 pound bag of her current dog food and a couple of favorite things.
Again, this won't happen until summer, but I wanted to start my search for the perfect home. I will not be making any promises to anyone yet because we do have to get through puppies, spay, and recovery before she can leave.
I am looking to change up my breeding program a bit, so there may be a break in puppies while my new program matures.
Sadly, Luna will likely have to go as well and eventually Ginger.
Ginger's 1st Litter are 1 year old today!
From Left to Right:
1. Dublin lives in South Dakota
2. Sage lives in South Dakota
3. Torin lives in Nebraska along with half younger sister Topanga (Luna puppy)
4. Nora lives in Minnesota
5. Charlie lives in South Dakota
6. Maggie lives in Iowa
7. Gunner lives in South Dakota
8. Aarlo lives in Iowa
Beans' first litter of puppies are 1 year old today!
From Left to Right
1. Nola lives in South Dakota along with half younger sister Piper (Ginger baby)
2. Cooper lives in South Dakota
3. Max lives in Nebraska
4. Lilly lives in Kansas
5. Luci lives in Minnesota