Puppy's mum says: Fun and Games at Holkschter Pharaoh Hound Kennels

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Do you have a dog, and have questions about how to keep your dog happy? Is your new puppy having trouble settling in? Are you looking for a new puppy and aren't sure where to look?

I would love to help you with any of these issues, and more. My husband and I have bred many puppies over the last twenty years, and every puppy born at our home is important to us. Whether the puppy became a show dog or a much loved pet, it always remained 'our' puppy to some extent. We always cared about the wellbeing of that puppy.

I would love to be there for you too, if you have a new dog or pup, or if you're thinking of getting one, I would love to help you make the right choices for yourself, your family and for your puppy or dog.

Ask a question on this website, or make a comment. I'll answer you, I am here for you.

Apr 30, 2009

Fun and Games at Holkschter Pharaoh Hound Kennels

Well, it's on again. Nena the Standard Schnauzer has come in season and the boy Pharaoh Hounds are wanting to help her out.

Nena has shown in the past that she knows what to do to perform the task Mother Nature is telling her to perform, and Kharis and his son La De Da (Pharaoh Hounds) are eager to assist her.

At Holkschter Kennels we are not into breeding dogs just for money, and we are certainly not interested in so-called Designer Dogs which are usually just mongrels, prettied up with a fancy name. At least if our boys and Nena had their way, the pups would be cross-breds, not mongrels, but that's just semantics, and is still definitely not on.

As registered pure bred dog breeders, we are against this sort of thing. We only arrange for a mating if it may lead to the betterment of the breed. Crossing one breed with another just leads to more puppies who may or may not go on to living a good and useful life. There are already enough dogs in the world.

Dogs from registered breeders who abide by the Code of Ethics that binds them are far less likely to end up as dogs in a dog shelter. If an owner cannot keep a dog, the breeder of that dog will usually help that owner find a new home.

Good registered breeders maintain an interest in the puppies they breed, and are usually more than happy to help their puppy buyers out in any way they can.

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