Puppies are raised in our homes. Early neurological stimulation is provided. Daily exposure to small children and a focus on socialization from an early age using a system called puppy culture help your pup get the best head start.
Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) is a process that introduces mild stresses to very young puppies in a controlled way. These stresses help stimulate the neurological system which improves the growth and development of the pup’s immune system, cardiovascular system, and stress tolerance. ENS is done for 2 consecutive weeks starting 3 days after the puppies are born. The process consists of 5 simple and harmless exercises.
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What is Puppy Culture?
Puppy Culture is a program developed by Jane Killion, professional dog trainer and breeder. It is a comprehensive, organized program for breeders to follow during the first weeks of a puppy’s life.
The first 12 weeks of a puppy’s life are incredibly important. This is an almost magical time when we have the power to change the outcome of a puppy’s life by what we choose to teach him. By doing just the right things at just the right time, we can give your puppy the best start possible.
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Our Doodles are protected against genetically inherited diseases because we DNA test our parents! We test all our breeding dogs through Paw Prints Genetics. We offer a one year health guarantee. Rest easy knowing great care has been taken to breed the healthiest puppies possible. We want your new family member to live a long heathy life by your side. Copies of genetic certificates are given to all our puppy parents.
A highly sought out provider for reproductive care. Bringing our dogs to receive the best possible care from professionals that stay at the cutting edge of canine reproduction and wellness ensures that we are only breeding healthy dogs.
The Canine Health Check is a genetic screen of more than 250 different inherited diseases and traits. Common, inherited diseases include those that affect metabolism, bones, eyes, kidneys and many more. You can receive results for your puppy to eliminate any surprises. Results will show you what type of coat your puppy will have curly or wavy. As puppies grow coat types can change. This is a tool we to use to help our puppy families know as much information as possible about the puppy they are taking home.