Adult dogs are often ideal for mature adults who dont have the energy or desire needed to train a puppy.
We have several Shar Pei, a French Bulldog, English bulldogs, and other adults available.
Please email if interested in one of our adult dogs.
We very rarely have dogs returned. Generally only 1 every 2 or 3 years.
May/June 2018 we had 2 returned after 2 others in April all different breeds and different reasons!
Kashe is a 6 year old Shar Pei, minimal wrinkles.Why she was returned is unknown. He said he didn't want to discus it but they feel horrible. They have had her since she was a pup. We have babysat her off and on in the past, thankfully. She is shy with strangers and barks at first. It had been about 2 or 3 years since we had last seen her.
She is very well behaved! Housebroken, can be loose inside, or outside here, comes when called. Doesn't get into anything. Is fine with the other dogs, she plays with Cappuccino, the little poodle, really well. She was the only dog in an only 1 dog family, and adjusted pretty quick to being playful with the other dogs, although she is on the alpha side.
She is spayed, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and was heartworm negative 8-2017 when she was last checked and has been on heartworm medication all along.
She had slightly rolling eye lids, common in Shar Pei. We had them surgically corrected in June 2018.
I love her, she's typical Shar Pei intelligent and just such an easy dog. She adores me, and Libbie, who is in training to train therapy dogs. She would be perfect for someone who wants a best friend who doesn't mind that she may not be super happy to see strangers. Good with cats, dogs, and other farm animals too.
Baby Boo, a first generation Ori-Pei is available. We have decide to only do first generation cross and when she is bred to a Pug or Shar Pei it would not be a first generation cross. She is such a terrific dog we couldn't resist keeping her as a puppy. She had 1 litter of puppies bred to a Cavalier and they are SUPER cute, laid back cuddly babies. The best temperaments ever. At the time of this update 2 of the boys are available on the Ori-Pei page.
She was spayed, 9-4-18 and is available. She is almost 2 years old now. Super sweet, a bit shy of some men. Housebroken, crate trained and walks on a leash. Current on health care and microchipped. She is $450. to adopt.
Purebred Cocker Spaniel, Benny Hill. We purchased him when I was wanting to get merle color puppies. I love the merle color.
I also love the Poodle crosses and cockapoo's have been around a very long time.
Cavalier and Cockers are both spaniels and also a super cross.
You have health benefit the cockers don't have the heart problems the cavaliers do. The cavaliers are consistently super sweet. We have the litter of cocker / cavalier cross puppies he sired on the cavalier or cavapoo page. They are ADORABLE!
He was suppose to be AKC, double chocolate merle, but turns out he is AKC lines, but APRI registered and is chocolate merle, but not double chocolate merle. Some of his puppies are not merle, they all should be merle if he is double merle. We have decided to adopt him out to concentrate on the AKC breeds, we have.
He loves my grandsons and was housebroken as a puppy. We have had him in the outside kennels more once he was grown.
He can be adopted as a pet or for breeding to an approved home only. Discount if he will be a pet only. We did do genetic testing on a 175 panel test and he is clear of everything, carries one health problem (Carrier only he will never have it.)
I retire all our mom dogs after several years of breeding.
It works great for us, for our retired moms, and their new families. They are healthy, housebroken, crate trained, and come when called already. They all walk on a leash and stand great for grooming.
They will take some adjusting into a new home but they are so easy many families keep in touch for a long time letting me know what a great Westie they are and how happy they are to have one of mine. They are wonderful for the person or family who wants a companion, without all the time and energy a puppy requires.
Some have not been loose in the house very much but they never potty in a crate, and most automatically go to the door when they need out.
If you are looking for an adult who has had a kind and warm family life a retired adult would be perfect for you. Contact us for current information to find out when a retired adult dog will be available. I don't keep this page updated as often as needed since I have a list of families waiting for an adult. Please feel free to email for current info.
Our retired moms are usually 6 years old and $650. they will be spayed, teeth cleaned if needed, and current on health care. Please email if you would like to be on the list for an update when an adult becomes available.
We also occasionally have older puppies available. They are crate trained, and have the benefit of being able to wait longer to potty for those families who work, or are gone longer then a young puppy can wait. They also learn and remember quickly, since they are a little more mature. They easily move right into their new family the way a young puppy will. Please check on the breeds available puppies page for them.
(See Program below on "foster to adopt".)
We have retired Westie moms who will be available in probably late 2018. Although anything can happen that we would retire one early. We should have 3 retiring winter through summer of 2018/2019.
We have a couple who will be retiring in 2019, and
(See Program below on "foster to adopt.")
We only breed the French Bulldogs a few times if they need c-sections. Unlike dogs having puppies naturally they should only have about 4 c-sections before being spayed. Needing a c-section is one reason the cost of puppies from these breeds cost so much more. They take just as long to mature yet they get retired much younger, with more vet bills. Amazingly they don't act much different after having a c-section compared to having puppies naturally.
Fiona a cream colored Frenchie will be bred 1 more time and available spring/summer 2019.
Buster our chunky Frenchie male is being retired. We have couple of his daughter so needed an unrelated boy. He is a happy agreeable boy with a big wide frenchie head.
(See Program below on foster to adopt.)
Keith has been working so many hours he has decided most if not all of his beloved bulldogs need to be sold, or in foster to adopt program. The property he bought has had serious air-conditioning and plumbing issues. He is terrified the air-conditioning will go out when he isn't home and the house gets way to hot really fast.
He has several from 1 year old to 6 years old. They are all crate trained, come when called, friendly, silly, goofy, happy dogs. His is open to someone interested in buying them as a group also. AKC, Rare colors! chocolate, tan point, blue, plus all have had OFA heart and eyes checked, some OFA patellas and genetic testing too. Healthy microchipped and current on vaccinations.
Uncle Al's Pugs
He only has a few adult female Pugs. He does have a few younger Pugs. His first retiree, Sugar he kept. She is is favorite.
We hope to have some of them in foster to adopt programs. (See Program Below.)
Foster to Adopt Program.
We offer a contract to approved homes who are interested in having one of our female puppies / dogs.
The family must live close enough to us that transporting her here a few times a year would not be a problem.
Basically the dog will be owned by us, but live with a family. She would be here anytime she is in season (about twice a year), for health testing once a year, and when bred to have and raise the puppies. When she is retired she will be spayed and stay in her adopted home as a pet. Ownership will be transferred to her family at that time.
We have several families with dogs on the program now. Its a great way to be involved with the joy of puppies without any of the expense or stress of the puppies or finding terrific homes. Plus we will babysit her when families go on vacations if needed and then she is in a familiar environment and lives with us, even sleeping with us if that is what she is use to.