Key Keys will retire once her puppy is 4 weeks old. That will be mid December. She will be spayed and her teeth will be cleaned once her milk drys out, around the end of December. Keys is her nick name, and Keys was born on January 2nd, 2010. She is not the best house dog, but she is a cute little dog. Call me at 352 347 0404 if you want details. I will not write them all down in an email. Her adoption fee is $200. She will be ready to go in early January and is super healthy.
Just in case you are wondering how in the world can a person breed a dog for 6 or 7 years and then sell them to another owner. My answer to you is as follows: I think it is better for everyone that way. The new owner gets a great little doggy friend. The dog gets more attention, and I have more love for the ones that are still here. I have been breeding for over 25 years. If I did not retire most of my older dogs, I would have too many dogs here and would not be able to properly care for them all. I would much rather find a home like I found for Lola pictured above (left front). This is the type of home I am looking for for all my puppies and especially my very loved adults. For all of you that are fortunate to have one of my retirees, I thank you from the bottom of my very large heart for continuing to love and care for them. them. Click here to rescue a puppy mill dog. (Puppy mills are everywhere. Click here to learn how to spot one.)