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Jessie and phineas
1. Jessie and phineas   (June 29, 2020)
Sweet Jessie and Grand champion phineas will be welcoming a stunning litter August 21st.  Colors will be Black Tri Irish marked and bi blacks..maybe some pieds.
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2. GRCH. JAZZ  (June 29, 2020)
Grand champion Mnt. Top Razz-A-Me-Jazzy @ Mysthaven..POA. is the essence of elegance! Her beautiful head and correct structure set her apart from the other girls in the ring.  Jazz is a true hunter and will be adding new titles to her name.
Jazz is CLEAR of PLL..PRA..LENGTH ..AND  DM. certificates upon request.
Look for a repeat breeding with GRAND CHAMPOIN PHINEAS  this September.
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Puppy culture..the only way to raise a p
3. Puppy culture..the only way to raise a p  (All litters raised)
What is Puppy Culture?
How Can Puppy Culture Benefit You?
Puppy Culture is a guiding hand for you and your puppy:
Our team of experts have bred, raised, and trained thousands of dogs, and we know from first hand experience what works best. We make that vast experience available to you, broken down into clear instructions, in short chapters that are easy and fun to watch.
How you teach your puppy is as important as what you teach your puppy:
Studies have shown that many common training techniques can actually increase aggression and problem behaviors, which can damage the human-animal bond. The Puppy Culture program will show you how to train your dog while enriching your bond with him, every step of the way.
The Truth About Socialization:
Socialization is key:
During this sensitive time, the puppy is as vulnerable to imprinting negative experiences as he is to imprinting good experiences. This means you need a good plan for socializing your puppy. Your Puppy Culture team gives you a plan and guides you through the process.
Be Your Puppy's Advocate:
Learn what's best for your puppy:
It can be hard to stand up to a person of authority, such as a veterinarian or a dog trainer, but you need to learn what’s right and wrong for your puppy, and stand up against bad advice. Puppy Culture’s veterinarians, behaviorists, and breeders give you the facts to know when you’re right, and the conviction to walk away from anything that might harm your puppy.
Skills you will learn include:
Must-Do Puppy Training
Socializing Your Puppy
The Communication Trinity
Problem Prevention
Real Life Proof that it Works:
dog standing
Puppy Culture is Effective
Puppy Culture tracks one litter over three years, so you can see the true results of our program. You’ll see the puppies overcome real and varied behavior challenges and ultimately grow to gentle, well-behaved adult dogs.

All Backed Up by Science:
Supported by Experts
We’ve brought together a team of leading breeders, veterinarians, and behaviorists to explain the science behind WHY Puppy Culture works so well. Culture represents a gold standard in puppy rearing and early socialization.

We’ve done the research for you and distilled down a hundred years of combined experience into easy to follow protocols. You’ll receive week-by-week and step-by-step instructions, proven by science and experience to ensure the best outcomes for your puppies.

You have more power than you think.

Breeders have more opportunity to make a dramatic impact on a puppy’s ultimate personality than anyone else ever will. By the time the puppy goes to his new home, much of that opportunity has already been lost. Puppy Culture shows you what you need to do, when, in order to take advantage of your power as a breeder.

Preparing your puppy buyers is as important as breeding good puppies.

Nothing is more frustrating than sending a perfect puppy to a new home only to get a phone call months later that the puppy is acting out or having problems. We give you checklists and key points to share with your puppy buyers which will prepare them to follow through with the Puppy Culture program after you send their puppy home with them.

Something you can share with your puppy people.

We answer a lot of the questions puppy buyers commonly have and help them set reasonable expectations for their new puppies. From basic training to finding the right puppy class, your puppy owners are in good hands with Puppy Culture!

We put your passion on film.

Whether it's your first litter or your fiftieth, when you look in that whelping box you see a history of all the dogs you've loved, and your hope for the generations to come. You're not putting puppies on the ground, you're putting new relationships into the world. Puppy Culture tells your story in an emotional narrative that will allow anyone who sees it to understand who we are and why we breed dogs.

Puppy Culture includes...

Preparation and Prenatal Care

Early Neurological Stimulation

Weaning Setup and Suggestions

Developmental Periods

Understanding Behavioral Markers

Age Appropriate Games and Exercises

Handling Fear Periods

Enrichment Effect

Creating an Enriching Environment

Puzzles and Problem Solving

Active vs Passive Challenges

Early Socialization

Safety Measures

How to Hold a Puppy Party

Vaccination vs Socialization

Communication Trinity

Training Marker

Offering Good Behaviors


Problem Prevention

Emotional Resiliency Exercises

Anti-Aggression Protocols

Sound-Proofing Puppies

Preparing Your Puppy Buyers

All Backed Up With Science!

We’ve brought together a team of leading breeders, veterinarians, and behaviorists to explain the science behind WHY Puppy Culture works so well.
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4. PUPPIES@MYSTHAVEN -Jazz/Phineas   (October 6, 2019)
PUPPIES expected the 4th of September
Dam:GRCH Mnt.Top Razz-A-Me-Jazzy @ Mysthaven  POA

PRICE: $2000 $500 Deposit will Reserve your puppy
CONTACT: SANDI 707-843-0528 call/mess


Microchipped / Health guarantee/ PLL/PRA/DM and Length gene Clear / Vaccinated/Dewormed on Schedule ....
.....Here are some facts, so you understand the cost of raising a litter of responsibly bred puppies. Costs vary widely across different breeds and specific litters. This article outlines the general costs and how much effort, work, and sacrifice goes into a litter.

The price varies from program to program, but paying more money for a puppy that comes from a thorough and ethical breeding program can help save costs down the line. Additionally, it’s important to support reputable breeders to weed out puppy mills, scams, and irresponsible programs. Not only will you ensure the health and safety of your puppy, but you’ll also be supporting an ethical program that truly cares about the well-being of their dogs.

Expenses can add up quickly for a reputable breeder. The average cost of a responsibly bred litter fluctuates, but being a responsible breeder takes a great deal of money, energy, and time. Many breeders begin by traveling to AKC events where they have their dogs evaluated for quality; this process has the potential to cost thousands of dollars.

Following that, stud services are around $1,500 if breeders don’t have a stud of their own. Stud services can also involve travel, overnight stay in hotels, gas, meals, driving, flying, or semen collection. Collectively, this entire process can add up to $4,500. Factor in that many breeders are taking time off of work to travel to a stud or take their bitch to the vet, and those lost wages can often come out at around $1,200.

A great deal of maintenance is required to make sure the mother of the puppies is comfortable and in good health. The prospective dam that will produce puppies. Getting several progesterone tests done is essential as well, so the breeder can pinpoint the accuracy of their timing for conception; these tests average out around $400.

Bitches need to get regular health checks, as well as a test for a disease called Brucellosis. Brucellosis is a disease that affects all kinds of dogs and livestock — it even has the potential to transfer from dogs to humans. Signs of the disease are late-term abortion, stillbirths, and conception failures. It cannot be overstated how important it is to test both dogs, male and female, for this disease before beginning to breed them. This test, along with a health check, can cost anywhere from $80 to $175.

If the bitch needs implantation or insemination after collecting sperm, this can cost up to $1,000. An ultrasound is necessary to check in on the status of the pregnancy, which can max out at around $150.

Considering all goes well with the first attempt at breeding, implantation, or insemination, the total cost of breeding before the litter even arrives averages out at nearly $10,500.

In anticipation of the puppies’ arrival, a breeder will have to accumulate all the necessary supplies — including things like a heat mat, siphon bulb, clamps, heat milk, and a whelping box. The cost of this kind of preparation averages out at about $150 as well.

Throughout the pregnancy, breeders invest in extra food, prenatal vitamins, and x-rays, all of which average out at around $250. The actual cost of birthing can reach up to $3,000 — especially if there are complications or if the dog has a c-section.

Once the puppies arrive, AKC litter registrations are $25 initially and then $2 per puppy. Premium food for the nursing mom and weaned puppies who are starting on solid food will cost nearly $600. Essential vet visits for the puppies can add up quickly as well — worming puppies costs around $250 when you factor in stool samples and medication. Shots for Parvo, distemper, and a regular vet visit will land around $400 depending on how many puppies are in the litter.

Additionally, puppy care packages with food, collars, and toys for new owners to take home can land around $160.

Other costs include emergency vet visits, missing work to deliver the puppies, replacing puppy toys and towels, home destruction, utility costs for added laundry and heating, communication with new buyers, and the 24/7 job of looking after a dam and her puppies — all of this can accumulate to nearly $1,600.

Ultimately, the total cost of responsibly breeding a litter of puppies can range anywhere from $7,700 to $23,900. Although it’s an expensive and time-consuming undertaking, the energy and thoughtfulness reputable breeders put into their puppies is the foundation of what will be a better world for dogs.

It’s important to note that a high price tag does not always equate to a responsibly bred puppy. Scammers, puppy mills, and backyard breeders come in different sizes and prices, which is why it’s key to make sure you’re connecting with a good source. At the end of the day, investing a little more money into your puppy now could save you both in the future. You’ll also be supporting a breeder that pours a great deal of money, energy, time, and love into each puppy that comes out of their program.

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