My Services

The Dame's Care

  • Care of the dame at least 2 to 4 weeks prior to scheduled whelp date of the puppies. This gives her time to settle into my home and become familiar with my routine.
  • Administration of any drugs or supplements during the dame's stay, which is to be provided by the owner/owner's veterinarian.
  • The dame will be fed a top quality puppy food unless a specific brand is requested by the dame's owners. Food is paid for by the dame's owner.
  • I am around 24 hours a day close the whelping date to make sure I am there to help when the whelping begins and throughout. 
  • If complications arise and trips to the vet are necessary, the dame's owner pays for the vet services. Transportation is included in the cost of whelping the pups. Any drugs used in the whelping process are to be provided by or paid for by the owner. This includes but are not limited to emergency C-sctions. 
  • In most situations I spend at least the night before expected whelping date and the night after whelping in the room with the dame & pups.

The Puppy's Care

  • Trips to the vet for dew-claw removal, initial puppy checkups, and post whelping checkup for the dame (If the owners want it) is normally done 1-3 days post whelp. These vet costs are the responsibility of the owner.
  • Administration of de-worming & de-protozoa medicines. Some of these medicines I use keep the pups free from parasites throughout the time they are in my home. Medicine are paid by the dame's owner.
  • Weaning the puppies around 4 weeks of age. The cost of puppy food is to be paid for by the dame's owner. Puppies are fed a top quality puppy food unless a specific brand is requested by the dame's owner. Food is paid for by the dame's owner. 
  • Staying in my home until they are 8 weeks old. During those 8 weeks I will do ENS on each puppy from 3 days old to 16 days old. After that every day they will be introduced to new sights, sounds, textures and challenges as appropriate for their age. (Puppy Culture)


The dame and puppies stay in my home. I have a private separate room that I can control the temperature and interactions with people & dogs.

Yes. All puppies are introduced to a kennel at approximately 6 weeks of age. With small internals in the kennel at at time. They start sleeping in the kennel at night around the age of 7 weeks so they are comfortable and ready for their new homes at 8 weeks old.

Yes. I use potty trays starting around 4 weeks of age and they are going outside as early as 5 weeks of age if the weather allows.

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