Monday, February 25, 2013

My husband was sick of his honey do list . . .

so, he asked if there was something else he could work on.  I suggested, he could sit in the office and play with pups and try to get some better snapshots of the darlings and he jumped right on it. 
The two chihuahuas that are left from our litter are the tiniest things and I sure would love to see them placed together.  They are very attached to each other and because of their size it would be great for them to go to the same home.  Therefore, I am offering a pretty generous discount if you are willing to take them both into your home.  They are $400 each, but I will take $700 for both of them.  Please understand that I need to be selective to the type of home they go to.   A home with small children probably is not in there best interest.  They are playful, energetic pups, but still only about 1.5# and they are over 12 weeks old.  They will have to be in a home where they don't have the chance of falling down stairs or off a couch, etc.  These are probably the smallest ones we have had.  I know that there are breeders who take advantage of their size and charge $1000's for them.  I don't do that, but am very careful as to where they go. 

After 30 minutes playing with the chihuahuas, he played with the Chi/Poos.  They are not easy to get a decent shot of because they are constantly on the move.  Although, if you hold them one on one in your arms, they do settle down and enjoy sitting on your lap.  I don't understand why no one has shown interest in these pups.  They are absolutely darling and will be on the small side.  They should not weigh more than 6# full grown.  They have the advantage of the poodles non-shed coat and to me, they look like little tiny toy versions of a black poodle.  One of the problems is that black is not easy to photograph and they don't look nearly as cute as they are.  So, please consider one of these pups, they will make a great addition to most families.    We have two boys and two girls available.  $450 each.