Yes! Is it what is best? Nope! Watch this short clip to see why.
Sometimes we are accused of being ‘anti-vaxxers’ because of our stance on vaccinations. This is very far from true! Here’s a thorough explanation from Nancy Kerns, in Whole Dog Journal.
Can you imagine taking your child in every year for multiple vaccine boosters, for their entire life? We aren’t saying vaccines are evil. What we are saying is they are being overdone. Read more here.
Are you weighing your options of conventional vaccines vs a gentler, more natural approach to building immunity? This is a great resource!
Isn’t this the truth! If you’ve ever been in an online dog group, you’ll certainly have noticed there is no shortage of opinions of what’s right and wrong, when in reality it’s just ‘different’.
This is a perfect example of risk vs reward.
Have you ever noticed how many pets now suffer from autoimmune disorders? Including skin allergies and ear infections? Or worse?
This is why it’s advisable to hold off for the first vaccine until the puppy is older and fully weaned.
Thanks to Dr Peter Dobias DVM.
Breeders not allowing visits from the general public used to be a red flag. But unfortunately, it’s just not safe in these modern times.
New Study Finds Early Neuter Doubles The Risk Of Hip Dysplasia In Dogs
Recent studies have shown that neutering can have an adverse effect on the health of a dog. To further delve … Continue reading
Our puppies come to you with every part they were born with, including dew claws, and for good reason.
Read this fascinating and easy to understand post about the real purpose of a dog’s dew claws, and why it’s a terrible idea to remove them.
Special thanks to McIntyre Canine Rehabilitation!
Simple things you can do with your puppy to boost her immunity before considering any vaccinations.
A ‘thought provoking’ read about your dog’s diet. The video is interesting, but the transcript is included because there is SO much good info.
A good argument for reputable dog breeders vs backyard breeder or shelter dogs.
As humans, we don’t feel the need to smell everything we come across. But it’s a big part of who dogs are!
Importance of allowing your dog to sniff – Read More
It’s great that Doodles don’t shed like a Husky! But there’s a trade off…they require regular grooming. That includes frequent brushing. This video breaks down the how and why.
We occasionally have older puppies with additional skills, including leash training. But if you are starting from scratch, this is a must watch.
For information on any current puppies for sale, or any upcoming litters, please contact us using the form below. If you have other questions, check out our FAQs!