Periodically we have some adult dogs that are retiring from our breeding program. They are
available to approved homes. We are committed to all our dogs for life and will always take them
back if they don't work out and they always go to their new homes for a month trial to make sure it
is a good match. It is hard on adult dogs to be re-homed and there is an adjustment period, but
eventually, it is the best thing for them and their new families!
AKC Miniature Poodle. 17 lbs. Does
not shed at all. Octavious is such a
delightful dog. We will really miss
him but he needs a family of his own
where he can be loved and
treasured. He is wonderful with
children and completely trustworthy.
He is not a barker. He is
housebroken and loves to sleep in
bed with the kids at night. Octavious
is a great cuddler and loves any kind
of handling. He has excellent house
manners. He walks well on a leash
and does not pull. He loves to swim
and will play fetch until you drop! He
does get a bit carsick sometimes but
otherwise is a great traveler.
Octavious loves everyone and has
never met a stranger! Good with
other dogs. An easy-to-live-with type
of dog. He is neutered and UTD on
shots. 7 years old.
$500 to an approved home only.
Percy Jackson is a delightful little Eskipoo. He
weighs 16 lbs. He is full of love and cuddles. He
is leary of strangers though and takes a few
minutes to warm up to them. He barks when
anyone comes to the door. Percy is well
housebroken, neutered, and walks on a leash
without pulling. He is just over a year old. His
coat is low shedding. This little cutie can be
willful on occasion so needs to go to a home
with people who can be firm with him, however
once he recognizes that you are the boss dog,
he is trouble free. $1000 to an approved home.
Toby is the sweetest, most cuddly American Eskimo boy you
can imagine. He has never met a stranger! He loves everyone
he meets. We raised him up with plans to use him as a stud
in our breeding program but he has trouble getting along
with other dogs and in our large pack, that just doesn't work.
Right now he is still intact and we will place him in either a
pet or breeding home. In spite of the fact that he struggles to
get along with dogs, he is safe with children, strangers,
livestock, etc. He has a delightful personality and is smart as
a whip. He lives to please his people. He is almost 1 year old.
Because he is intact, he is not reliable in the house and
needs to wear a belly band to prevent marking...if he were
neutered, that would stop.
$600 to an approved home only.