IF YOU HAVE AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT AND YOU ARE NOT FEELING GOOD OR ARE SICK WITH A COLD, FEVER, VOMITING, OR DIARRHEA, ETC. WE DO ASK YOU TO PLEASE RE-SCHEDULE.
I HAVE TO STAY WELL TO TAKE CARE OF MY DOXIE CREW AND LITTLE BABIES.
First, we like you to make an appointment time to visit since you are coming to our home.
Please try to be prompt, call if you are going to be late.
Try not to come too early as we may be outside doing potty time, and we would have to cut their exercise time short if you are early. This has happened several times, and you have to wait outside until we bring everyone back in.
We have visiting rules for a couple of important reasons:
To protect our newborns and pregnant mothers from bringing in Parvo, Kennel Cough, or any other dangerous germs.
To keep our routine of daily dog care on schedule like potty time, feeding, bathing or litter care.
We encourage visitors to come and see their puppy they have chosen, or to pick a puppy from the litter if there are any available.
Puppies need to be 4 weeks old to visit.
If you cannot visit due to distance or work schedules, we will be happy to email you pictures of a puppy you want
If you have placed a deposit on a puppy, I will email you their weekly pictures.
If we have a deposit on a pup or puppies from the litter you are visiting, we will not allow you to handle or play with a puppy someone else has a deposit on.
We do practice and enforce the following safety rules for the protection of our babies and nursing moms:
We will ask you to leave your shoes at the door inside on our rug.
We will ask you to wash your hands in our rest room before handling the puppies.
We will also ask you to please not visit another breeder's place, or a pet store that has animals before
coming to our home.
If you have pets at home like dogs, cats, or birds, we will ask that you would please come in clean clothes before leaving your house.
* Parvo can be carried on your shoes and clothing. (Parvo is a killer of newborns and older Dachshunds).
It can kill your whole litter of babies.
The vet expense can be enormous.
It can take one to two years to get Parvo completely out of your home or kennel and is a very scary disease.
We thank you in advance for helping to keep everyone safe and protected!
"A HEALTHY PUPPY IS A HAPPY PUPPY"!!
Kim's Lovable Doxies
AKC Mini and Tweenie Dachshunds
Raised in a Family Home