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Puppies are raised with our family in our home. We have areas of our home built out specifically for puppy play areas where they have room to run, play, and develop their little minds and bodies even when the weather is inclement.  They are also incorporated into the the varied sounds, smells, and activities of a busy household with young children.  Each week has intentional goals with time and research proven methods.  Our puppy areas are cleaned and sanitized twice daily. We strive to provide the puppies and mommas with a bright, clean, attractive, loving and friendly environment. Our Our job is to teach them that humans = love, and that there are appropriate ways to explore, react, and communicate with the world around them. 


The first 8 weeks of a puppy's life is a critical period where responses to the world around them are formed.  We have had a lot of positive feedback about how easily our puppies respond to training and adjust to their new homes because of what we do while the puppies are here in our home during the first weeks of their lives.  We utilize and incorporate the Puppy Culture Method because we feel it produces happy, well-adjusted pets, and happy pet owners!  We also incorporate the Bad Ass Breeder (BAB) Program, the Rule of Sevens, the Misty Method, as well as our own adjustments, methods and procedures we have learned from lots of experience in raising this specific breed. 

This includes the building blocks of: 



Early Neurological Stimulation: A series of handling exercises proven to shape the brain's response to new stimuli. Designed by the US Military to improve trainability, brain function, and produce tolerant and relaxed pets. Early Scent Introduction: Introducing a new scent every day to stimulate the brain. ENS/ESI are performed during days 3-16 of life.  As they grow, we transition into puppy massages, where we get them used to being touched in mouths, paws, ears, etc.  

Behavioral Training

By week 3 we begin potty training and working on manners like sitting or "manding" when a human is present. Puppies are given gentle grooming each week like baths, nail clips, and blowdries to get them used to the process. As they grow we work on things like bite inhibition, resource guarding, and crate training. 

Novel Experiences

Puppies are introduced to appropriately challenging 

experiences as they mature - like learning to climb out of their whelping pen themselves, or learning how to get to their food dish when there is a small barrier in the way.  Small slides, stairs, different textures to walk on. These experiences are designed to help pups learn to problem solve, and to stay calm in new circumstances.  It trains their body and brain. 



Puppies interact with humans of all ages, and spend time with "nanny dogs" who help train them.  We provide them with novel experiences each day, like a vacuum cleaner, music, water, car rides, new sounds, new configurations in the pet pen, ball pits, stairs, new toys, slides, people wearings hats, masks, etc.