Tabitha’s puppies are ready to get out and learn and grow with their own people. They’re all up to date on shots, microchipped and had a clean fecal. Mom is an Miniature American mix and we Embark tested one puppy who came back with a variety of breeds – MAS, Catahoula, Husky, Pom, and a few other breeds (dad was definitely a Heinz 57)! Mom is a lovely dog so from a genetics standpoint, her pups hit the lottery with her. They’ve been raised around lots of dogs, have met children and other animals, have been exposed to multiple environments. They all are pretty chill and not bursting with confidence; they are not going to freak out and hide from new things but they are not going run up and tackle it without thinking either. They eat well and are capable of settling in the house on their own after play.
Sleepy is a good middle ground puppy. She’s thoughtful but not timid and seeks out humans the most. She can be a little dramatic and noisy when she’s not happy about something, but overall she’s a nice even keel kind of puppy. She will have longer hair.
Sleepy is available for adoption now, though we will want to make sure that any adopter is ready to raise a new puppy and all the challenges and fun that comes along with a pup. She has not been spayed, so her adoptive family will be responsible for spaying hem and providing BCSAVE with documentation of the spay prior to her turning a year. She has also not been tested for heartworms, as heartworms are not detectable until at least 6-7 months of age. She has been on preventative since she could be, but BCSAVE recommends her adoptive family test her for heartworms at 7 months and again 6 months later just to be sure.