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Ambie and Gambino had a litter of puppies born on 12/20/17.
Their fawn spotted on white male will be ready to go on 2/14/18.
Both parents are AKC registered just like all my dogs and were bred by me.
I do provide a copy of the parent's AKC registration papers with each puppy to prove the puppies are AKC registerable.
I do not register my litters anymore though unless I am keeping a puppy from the litter.
The reason is because I do not sell to breeders, and the AKC has made
it a paperwork nightmare to sell puppies with registration after proof of spay/neuter.
If you want AKC registration, you can have it, but only limited after proof of spay/neuter and only after paying $100 extra for all the trouble it causes me.
Also, I do not like to register with the AKC. If you register over a certain number of litters a year, they inspect you. They have inspected me 6 times, and I always pass with flying colors. The problem I have with them is they go from puppy place to puppy place all week long. Their shoes, hands, and clothing could have diseases on them such as parvo. Since Parvo is so deadly, I do all I can to avoid it. Having an AKC inspector on my property for 2 hours touching my dogs and puppies is a nightmare to me. This is why I charge extra for the papers. It really cuts down on the litters I have to register, and saves me from AKC inspections. The inspectors are really nice, and I have respect for the AKC, but their dirty shoes scare me.
And no, I do not do this because I am tring to avoid a paper trail like some have written to me in an email accusing me of doing. All my puppies come with a government issued health certificate issued by my vet. That is as big of a paper trail as you can get. I avoid the AKC because of the reason I stated and nothing more. I just do not have to deal with the hassle. I hate unnecessary paperwork and inspections by people with possible disease infected feet and hands touching my babies that I worked so hard on to insure they are super healthy.
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Keep in mind that I do not show. I am way too busy spending time at home taking care of my dogs and my garden.
It keeps me busy at home, and my dogs like it when I am home. I refuse to give my dogs to handlers because I just do not trust anyone enough with them.
At dog shows, different dogs sniff each other which can result in the transmission of a sexually transmitted disease, particularly burculicious (sp). This disease is transmitted by one dog sniffing another dogs rear end or by breeding two dogs together. This is why I do not allow stud service to any of my dogs prior to a burculious test. If I did show my dogs, I am sure I would do well. I just want nothing to do with it. It does not really interest me to be around a bunch of politicking people who can't agree upon which beautiful dog looks best. I love all dogs, and go out of my way to breed only the healthiest puppies I can. Beauty comes naturally after over 20 years of experience with this breed, a breed I love and cherish. I did start out with champion stock, but you will not see those dogs for generations back on my pedigrees. You will see generations of Uey dogs though. Those dogs were all loved, well-cared for, respected, and most important of all, bred to live a long life being the center of attention because of their charm and beauty.
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ALL MY PUPPIES ARE FULLY VACCINATED FOR THEIR AGE. I START WORMING AT 4 DAYS OLD, AND ALWAYS TEST NEGATIVE WHEN THEY TEST FOR WORMS DURING THEIR VISIT TO THE VET AT 8 WEEKS OLD FOR THEIR HEALTH CERTIFICATE. I GRADUATED WITH HONORS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, AND HAVE A DEGREE IN HEALTH SCIENCE EDUCATION. THE DEGREE IS PROUDLY DISPLAYED IN MY LIVING ROOM FOR CUSTOMERS TO SEE WHEN THEY VISIT. HEALTH IS A HIGH PRIORITY FOR ME. WHEN YOU GET YOUR PUPPY FROM SOMEONE LIKE ME THAT HAS BEEN BREEDING FOR OVER 20 YEARS AND IS HIGHLY EDUCATED IN HEALTH, YOU CAN REST ASSURED I AM HANDING YOU A HEALTHY PUPPY. BEAUTY IS IMPORTANT, BUT HEALTH IS EVERYTHINGcan see the whole family and how they live.)