Our adoption process has changed a bit, given the high
demand for pug puppies.
We are discontinuing the
practice of keeping waiting lists for pups to be born
some time in the indefinite future because this had
long lists - - which fast become too long to manage fairly - - and more RECENT
requests for adoption consideration
rarely get consideration.
no longer start waiting lists until pups are actually born.
We will notify people via this page when pups are born and
THEN we will gladly respond to requests on a first come-
first serve basis to placed on our list. Once the pups in a
litter are spoken for, we will place six-ten additional
requests on the list in the event that someone on the list
backs out and/or an unforeseen opening arises.
At present, future litter dates are up in the air,
though we anticipate more litters
late summer-early fall. We have
additional females (two fawns and one black)
future breeding but
they will not beold enough to breed for a number of months.
Soon we will
introduce you to "Hunky Dori,"
"Okie Dokie" and
Latika, our oldest fawn girl, was retired from breeding this
past fall and we were
able to find an ideal "home" for her to live out the rest of
her days. We miss her
loving presence, but know she's enjoying her new home and is
very well cared for.
To put it simply, we are in
something of a transition
period, as a couple of
our older females will look to retire
over the next year and we
younger dams to begin breeding mid-year to year's
end. That transition
takes some time to accomplish. Thanks to interested
buyers for your patience.
Watch this page if you're interested and we will
litter births within a few days of birth.
SOME OF OUR PUPS THAT HAVE COME AND GONE TO GOOD HOMES