The Available Puppies Page

Please browse all our available puppies below and after reading our Policies you may continue in reserving one today!

Please Email or call us at 606-303-4616 with any additional questions.

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Miss Miracle (Female)
Age: 6 weeks old
Breed: Pug
Available: May 3, 2024

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Butch & Mela Litter Expecting!

Brand new litter of Pug's expecting on , should be ready for their new homes by 8 Weeks of age. (June 20, 2024)

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Charlie & Lorelei Litter Just Born!

Brand new litter of Lhasa Apso's born April 16, 2024, should be ready for their new homes by 8 Weeks of age. (June 11, 2024)

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Charlie & Jessiebelle Litter Just Born!

Brand new litter of Lhasa Apso's born April 13, 2024, should be ready for their new homes by 8 Weeks of age. (June 8, 2024)

A few things to prepare for your new puppy:

Our Puppies are being served: Royal Canin Small Puppy Food

Royal Canine Starter is designed for small breed mothers from the end of gestation (3rd trimester) and during lactation and young puppies up to 2 months.

This food can be ordered and purchased from
Additionally, we highly recommend ordering NuVet Plus K9 Wafers to help your puppy continue in great health!

A few things to bring along for the puppy's ride home:

  • Crate or Box
  • Short Leash
  • Bath Towel or Pad
  • Paper Towels (in case of car sickness)

It is good to come prepared as puppies can get a little car sick or will drool a bit as they travel for the first time.

Preparing Your Home: Before bringing your new puppy home, ensure you have a puppy-proofed area set up with his bed, food, water, and toys. Remove any hazards or items that he could chew on or ingest.

First Introduction: When you first bring your puppy home, take him to the designated potty area outside. Use a consistent command for potty breaks, such as "go potty," and reward him when he goes in the right spot.

Exploring His New Home: Allow your puppy to explore his new surroundings gradually. Start with a small, puppy-proofed area and gradually introduce him to other rooms in the house.

Meeting the Family: Introduce your puppy to family members one at a time, in a calm and quiet environment. This helps him feel more comfortable and less overwhelmed.

Establishing a Routine: Set a schedule for feeding, potty breaks, playtime, and naptime. Consistency is key to helping your puppy adjust to his new home.

Crate Training: Introduce your puppy to his crate as a safe and comfortable space. Use positive reinforcement, such as treats and praise, to encourage him to enter the crate.

Supervision and Socialization: Supervise your puppy at all times, especially during the early days. Socialize him with other dogs and people to help him become a well-adjusted adult dog.

Basic Training: Start basic training early, including commands like sit, stay, and come. Use positive reinforcement to reward good behavior.

Health and Safety: Schedule a vet visit for a health check-up and vaccinations. Keep your puppy safe by removing any toxic plants or substances from your home.

Building a Bond: Spend quality time with your puppy, playing, training, and cuddling. This helps build a strong bond between you and your new furry friend.

Patience and Love: Above all, be patient and show your puppy love and affection. He is adjusting to a new environment and needs time to feel comfortable and secure.

Bringing a new puppy home is an exciting time, and with the right preparation and care, you can ensure a smooth transition for your new furry family member.