If someone has an older dog that needs a home, I will be happy to help them place the dog
If I happen to get a rescue, I will post him or her as well
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. (Puppy mills are everywhere. Click here to learn how to spot one.)
Two of my retirees, one of my puppies, and one of my rescues all enjoying the couch potato life, and I LOVE it!!
A few more of my retirees. It doesn't get any better than this. Notice the steps. How adorable!
Unfortunatly, not all breeding dogs have such a nice life. Most actually suffer like this dog. The main reason is because people contribute to puppy mills. They are told that puppies from pet shops come from "individual, small, local breeders" and they dig no further than their credit card. The fact is that puppy mills sell their puppies to someone, and the people that buy are NOT visiting their facility. Do not allow yourself to be lied to! Do not be the CAUSE of this abuse! DEMAND to see the living conditions of the puppy you buy. If the breeder tells you they don't allow visitors for whatever reason, know in your heart what the real reason is. Please do not contribute to the abuse of desperate little dogs just like this one!