We do not believe that puppies or dogs are best served by being kennel raised. By placing them in a home environment that will be their forever home from the time they are puppies, or by placing as a young adult, we are doing our best to ensure their happiness and best start in life. We never have to kennel raise a dog when utilizing guardian homes.
There are always a lot of questions that people have about the guardian program. The collection of questions and answers below are our best attempt to address all questions right up front so someone does not feel like they weren't really aware of how this program works. Hopefully the information doesn't overwhelm you. It really is a very simple program even though it may seem like it has a lot of details. The main thing to remember is, if we as a people truly reject the idea of puppy mills, to my knowledge there is no better way than this guardian program to breed dogs in a humane, loving environment. People will find a way to get a dog for their family, and most people unknowingly choose puppy mills because it is the cheapest way to get dogs to the public. We value our dogs as family members and we hope that you can see how this program benefits families and our four-legged friends!
Orange Girl is a new puppy from Pearl and Bentley. She was born on July 4th and will grow to 19-21 inches at the shoulder. If you live within a couple of hours from Eugene, OR. you are a candidate for this spectacular girl!
Sir Charles (Chuck) is available for a Guardian Home located in the Eugene Springfield area. What you would be getting is a 2 year old boy who is completely house and leash trained... a very happy boy. This Guardian placement is ideal for a family who is not sure if they can handle the absence of their dog for 8 weeks at a time while having a litter. Most times we would need to "borrow" Chuck for an afternoon or a day. Please contact us if you would like to discuss having Chuck become part of your family!
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