Thank you for all the interest in Puff puppies they have found new homes.
Hello, my name is Karen and I have had dogs in my life since I was 12. My first dog, Pie, technically belonged to my oldest brother; she was a Shepherd/Collie mix that our parents brought home from the shelter. Pie taught me so much about living, caring and giving back. Through the years, I have had many dogs in my life after Pie - Dobermans, a rescued Saint Bernard, Rottweilers, a rescued Collie mix, a Husky mix, a Beagle, a rescued Akita, Cairn Terriers, a Silky Terrier. Along with the dogs, I have had several cats in my life.
When I grew up and was able to afford to buy my own dog I thought hard about what breed I wanted, what I wanted to do with my dog. Instead of choosing any of the previous breeds I had in my life I choose the Coton, probably for many of the reasons you are here now expressive, loving, loyal, and just willing to be with you.
In 2004, I purchased my first Coton Divinity's Fusion Energy, a breed line that came from
I socialize puppies early by taking them to Home Depot, Lowes, my bank, doctor's offices when I have permission and any neighbor, friend or aquantince. We sometimes just go for rides around the block or to the local fast food to get some more exposure. If we have a litter at the right time, the dogs, puppies, and people all climb into the truck, hitch up the camper trailer and head to Michigan. There they are loaded on canoes or pontoon boats and exposed to the local streams and lakes. Puppies get handled and played with as soon as they can hold their heads up. We leash train as soon as they get their shots so that you have a puppy that knows what it means to walk on a leash even though they may not like it at first.
While I might not be as involved in showing as much as I would like, all of my breeding females have their Championships in either UKC (United Kennel Club) or AKC (American Kennel Club) or both. I have to mention my friends here and if I lose your patronage to them I understand, but without the help of Legacy Coton and Daydreaming Cotons, my heart would have gone out of sharing these wonderful dogs with you a few years ago. Tiffany and Vi, THANK YOU, for all of your encouragement and support, thank you for understanding that these dogs are my joy and my sanity. thank you.
While many kennels save money buy buying vaccines through the internet or farm supply stores, I still use my local vet. I like to have proof of when, shots were given the lots, the expiration of the vaccine and proof that the vaccine and any other medications were handled properly before the drugs were given to my dogs and puppies. I get sonograms and x-rays to make sure I have a close count of puppies and to ensure their pregnancy looks normal. My boys get tested for brucellosis. Puppies go to the vet at three days old for health check and dew claw removal. There after we follow the veterinarian recommended schedule for puppies and adults for shots and check ups, this includes dental cleanings. While our parent club has stopped recommending certain health checks before breeding we will continue to do them. these health tests can be easily found on WWW.OFFA.ORG, just look for out kennel name.
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