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Tassel and Soleil would like to introduce their first litter born January 16, 2017! There are four boys to choose from, I was hoping for a girl to keep, but not this time. They will be available March 20, 2017. These puppies received Early Neurological Stimulation from day 3 to day 17 to maximize brain development and intelligence. ******************* They will come with age-appropriate vaccines, multiple wormings, dewclaws removed, health guarantee. This litter is being raised in my living room & has been bred for quality from AKC parents with fantastic temperaments. Temperament is extremely important to me, so I have chosen outgoing, happy, calm Havanese to show and breed. $1,600 with a $400 deposit to hold. Shipping is available. Email me at diademchis@juno.com for more info. ********************* Available: Onyx. Reserved: Oreo, Domino, and Royce.

So this is it. Wow. You're about to choose the dog that will be your constant companion for the next many years. And this is the right place. Not exactly sure if it should be a boy or a girl or what color? Don't worry, whichever it is, somehow it all works out. The secret is to look past all the outward appearances and see the puppy he is inside. Puppy boys will love you just as much as puppy girls and both will get into a lot of trouble as they grow up. You know, it's not too late to change your mind. Life without a puppy would be a lot less complicated, that's for sure. The house would stay cleaner, quieter . . . lonelier, and you wouldn't have to forgive him constantly for all the crazy things puppies do. Maybe you could get a cat. I've heard cats make good companions, but then, a puppy would make you laugh and love you for who you are… and you know he'd jump over a cliff to save you. Cats don't do that. A puppy sees something magical in you. That's why he's here waiting for you. Feels good, doesn't it? So what's it going to be--a cleaner, calmer house or a life of puppy breath, love and tail-wagging fun?

Beautiful Tassel

Handsome Soleil

The litter of boys at birth (1-16-17)

Onyx at 9 weeks (Available)

Onyx's back & markings

Onyx at 8 weeks (Available)

Onyx at 7 weeks (Available)

Domino (Cooper) at 7 weeks (Reserved)

Oreo (Oliver) at 7 weeks (Reserved)

Royce at 7 weeks (Reserved)

Domino (Cooper) at 6 weeks--Reserved

Onyx at 6 weeks--Available!

Onyx at 5 weeks--Available

Royce at 6 weeks--Reserved

Domino (Cooper) at 5 weeks--Reserved

Oreo (Oliver) at 6 weeks--Reserved

Royce (white tail), spoken for

Domino

Oreo -- reserved

Onyx

Three weeks old, Onyx, full white muzzle

Three weeks old, Oreo, one side of his muzzle is white, one side is black! spoken for

White-tail: Fourth-born boy, he has a nice blaze, huge white collar, a large black body spot, one smaller spot on either side of his tail and a completely white tail! He is about 75% white

Three weeks old, White-tail, his blaze comes to a 'v' on top (spoken for)

Three weeks old, Domino, his blaze is rounded on top

Oreo: First-born boy, he will have no blaze on his face, a full white collar, & about half white & half black.

Onyx: Second-born boy, he will have no blaze on his face, & has the most black in the litter, he has a narrow white collar and white legs.

Domino: Third-born boy, his spots are in a domino pattern, he has a nice blaze, medium white collar and lots of spots. He is about 70% white.

 
   
 

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