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The unfortunate part of breeding is that we are unable to keep every dog, if we did our program wouldn't be able to continue to grow. 
This page is dedicated to the adults that were apart of our program and have now been retired. Select adults may be available once their breeding career is over. 

Please Note-Placing our retired adults is one of the hardest things for us to do, but it is always in the best interest for them.
Our adults are house trained. They know basic commands.
All adults will be spayed/neutered prior to placement. *no exceptions* 
Adults are not available till they are placed on this page.
If you are interested in being the forever family to one of our current breeding dogs please send us an email. 
Adoption fee for our retired adults is $2,500.00
They will be about 2/4 years old when retired, depending on their breeding career. 
Homes for our retired adults will be screened just as vigorous as our new puppy homes. I will conduct a meet and greet and ensure your home and family are the best fit possible. You MUST have a fenced in yard or have them on leash at all times. All dogs are microchipped and current on vaccinations. 


Feyre (Fay-ruh)

Born July 21, 2021-Cream colored.Feyre has been the light and love of my life. I adore her and her antics. She is very loving with people though can be shy with new ones at first. She likes small walks and playing and chewing her toys. She has not been around children or cats so I am unsure of how her behavior would be towards them. She has shown some slight resource guarding with her bones and food around other dogs. My preference would be for her to go to a home by herself, or with only one other dog with monitored supervision. I would not recommend her to go to home that needs her to be in daycare as she does not care for strange dogs, and would get pretty overwhelmed, in that kind of situation. My hope is to find a home that is able to dedicate all their time to her and love her and the way that I have over the years. She loves to be with her people all the time and she does get separation anxiety when left alone. She sleeps in the bed with us and loves to be tucked in. Her favorite thing is a heated blanket and pup cups. 
If you think you are right for her, please reach out and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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