Bundles of Fun, Love & Energy!
Disco's Pups Arrived 11/8/22
Diamond's Pups Due Nov 27
Spots Still Open
We are State Licensed - PACFA #0037X8
Disco has been bred, pups are due first part of November.
Diamond has been bred, pups are due end of November.
Toy litters due before end of the year, or early 2023!
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~ CONNECTIONS ~
If you are looking for excellent care givers in the 'pet arena',
check out these highly recommended businesses,
serving the Berthoud, Loveland & Longmont areas (& beyond!).
BOARDING/GROOMING ~ PET SITTING ~ TRAINING ~ VETERINARY
BOARDING & GROOMING
Destiny's Club Mutt
Located on County Road 7, East of Berthoud.
We have personally used Destiny's Club Mutt for several years.
They are personable, professional, take excellent care of your pets and your best friend will come home looking BEAUTIFUL!!!
Ask for Mikaela (Harrigfeld)
PET SITTING & CARE BY EMILY
Emily Duhancik comes very highly recommended and has excellent references. She is a sweet woman with a love of all animals, has high integrity, is compassionate and very professional. When you are at work and want someone to look in on your 'best friend',
or take them for a walk, call Emily.
She would be happy to love on your pets.
Ask for Emily
KK9 Dog Training
~ Gentle training for dogs and the people who love them ~
Upon meeting Kay Williams, the woman who owns this business, I was struck with her compassion and genuine love of dogs. She knows dogs and how to train them, (and us, the puppy parents) effectively. She loves your dog, like it is her own. So, if you are looking for a trainer for your new pup, or older one,
Kay or her business associate, Hannah, are the ones to talk to.
Ralston Valley Canine
'Board, Train & Love'
Do You Live South of Berthoud?
Then check out Ralston Valley Canine.
I have met Christi Pietro, who is an employee at the facility and am very impressed with her training methods and her compassion
for all animals. She is also a Foster Mom to Lyric.
I am always being asked if I know of any good trainers...,
well she is excellent! Give her a call!
303-601-9388 (Christi's Cell)
12975 W. 80th Ave.,
Arvada, CO 80005
South March Veterinary Clinic - Berthoud, CO - Dr. Amy Gane
We have been using South March for several years. The whole staff is very professional, friendly, knowledgeable, and compassionate, when it comes to your pet(s). There are 3 doctors on staff, with technicians and office staff to help in their busy office. They have taken care of all of our puppies from birth until they go home; all of our breeding dogs from shots to surgeries, and any emergencies that arise.
Located just West of Whitesides on Derby Hill
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To keep everyone safe, our Puppy Play Day, scheduled at 5 weeks of age for each litter, has been changed. Rather than everyone coming on the same day, we will schedule individuals, and/or families separately. We will do our best to accommodate everyone, so that they will be safe, and at the same time, be able to see the puppies, and their cuteness! Scheduling and timing of visits will be kept to individuals or families, one at a time. If you are on a litter, you will be called to schedule your visit. If you like, you are welcome to call me, to schedule for to reschedule - 970-215-9488
We would love to meet our potential 'Puppy Parents'
We are located in Berthoud, Colorado
At Good Dog, we know that a dog is much more than a dog — they’re a member of the family and a best friend for life. When the source of your new best friend has such a big impact on their health, behavior, and well-being, finding the right one should not be left to chance.
That’s why we’re making it easy to connect with responsible, good breeders who have your and your new dog’s best interests at heart, so your pup has the best chance at a healthy and happy life.
Good Dog is on a mission to connect good with good to weed out the bad. In that pursuit, we have sought out and worked with some of the top academics and practitioners in the field to develop community standards, which are grounded in evidence-based research and backed by science. While there is no “one size fits all” for what makes a breeding program responsible, we are able to use our community standards to evaluate programs consistently. Every member of our community must pass our screening process and meet or exceed our community standards before joining Good Dog.
Our screening department comprehensively considers many aspects of a breeding program, focusing on five key areas:
Each key area is assessed individually and an assessment is also made on the program as a whole.
Our screening process entails an online questionnaire, phone interview, and vetting by our screening team. Our screening committee then reviews the application for compliance with our community standards and makes an assessment.
Responsible breeders make conscientious decisions when deciding to produce a litter. Responsible breeding requires a lot of planning, skill and experience. It’s not nearly as simple as pairing two physically healthy dogs together and hoping for the best. It’s critical that these decisions take into consideration the heritable health conditions that affect their breed, each individual dog’s health testing, and considering the parents’ temperaments, overall health, pedigrees, and conformation in order to make the best matches.
Responsible breeders collect experiences over decades and develop an intuition for bringing puppies into the world that are both physically and behaviorally healthy. New breeders are often mentored by a veteran breeder so they can benefit from their experience. We strive to work with breeders who are both well-intentioned and have this crucial depth of knowledge and expertise, as well as up and coming breeders with a desire to learn more.
When making decisions about their breeding programs, responsible breeders always prioritize the physical and emotional health, and well-being of their breeding dogs above all else, including financial gain.
Responsible breeders always put the physical health of their dogs first.
Responsible breeders ensure that their breeding dogs’ emotional, and cognitive needs are met by ensuring they receive appropriate stimulation, activity and social interaction. They are also devoted to producing behaviorally sound puppies.
Responsible breeders ensure their dogs have a clean, comfortable, safe, stimulating, and enriching environment so their breeding dogs and puppies will thrive.
Responsible breeders spend a great deal of time with potential puppy buyers to help guide them into making an informed, responsible decision that is right for them. They also spend a great deal of time vetting potential buyers to make sure each dog will be a good fit for their new forever home as well as being transparent about their breeding program and practices. Responsible breeders do their best to ensure a smooth transition to their new home by providing all the information and resources necessary for new owners to be successful, responsible guardians for their new puppy.
We love to meet our 'Potential Puppy Parents' ~ Call for an appointment today!
"No one can fully understand the meaning of love unless he's owned a dog."
~ Gene Hill ~