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Weight: 4 pounds
Adoption fee: $275
Weekly Deliveries to St. Louis
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Vincent and his 3 sisters – Victoria, Vera and Vanessa – are darling pups. Just nine weeks old, they are ready for a home. They are a bit shy as they have not had the one-on-one attention that a pup needs. They need a few days of love and cuddling and a patience family who will give them time to adjust to a new home. Havanese are very social, people loving dogs. These pups will quickly grow into the qualities of their breed.
Information on Havanese is below. This great breed is in the Bichon family – shedless, allergy free, small – they will be between 10 and 15 pounds when fully grown. ill be small.
Wonderful little pups, if one of these babies is the pup for you…
Go to our website Takeafriendhome.org and click on the link to the application or call Tricia at 573-889-9691. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If not adopted, these pups will be at PetSmart in Chesterfield on Saturday from 11:00 to 5:00.
Just babies and just darling… Not yet housetrained – too young. At this age, it is up to you to take them out and help them learn to be the best puppies ever. With pups this size, we recommend an indoor option – piddle pads or a Potty Patch.
These pups are not Spay/neutered. We don’t do juvenile spay/neuter on babies this young and small. They had had all of their shots to date and, like all pups this age, they require continuing vaccinations until they are 14 -16 weeks old.
To adopt, just go to our web site – TakeAFriendHome.org. Click on Adoption Process. You will find a link to the application. Just click, tell us all about yourself and then, push send. We will get right back to you. If you would like more information, just call Tricia at 573-889-9691 or Cynthea at 573-714-4232 or email us: email@example.com.
Information on delivery options is below. “About the breed” is at the bottom of the page. We are at PetSmart in Chesterfield, MO on the 1st , 2nd ,and 4th Saturday of every month.
Adoption Fees and Payment Plans: We take credit cards and payments. As with all of our adoptions, we know it is hard to get married on a blind date... even to a wonderful pup. We will take our dog back during the first month and refund your adoption fee less $50. To hold a pup, we ask for a $50 non-refundable deposit.
Delivery and shipping: Free Delivery to St. Louis weekly. For other locations, we will attempt to arrange delivery. We also send dogs to the east coast via Alpha Dog Transport or anywhere in the country with the help of Uship . Cost for transport and pre-travel medical is between $125 and $200. Airfare for pups and small dogs is $250 – crate and pre-fight exam included.
About the breed: Havanese are natural companion dogs: gentle and responsive. They become very attached to their human families and are excellent with children. Very affectionate and playful with a high degree of intelligence. These cheerful dogs are very sociable and will get along with everyone including people, dogs, cats and other pets. They are easy to obedience train and get along well with other dogs. This curious dog loves to observe what is going on. They are sensitive to the tone of one's voice and will not listen if they sense that they are stronger minded than their owner, however they will also not respond well to harsh discipline. Owners need to be calm, yet possess an air of natural authority. The Havanese have a long reputation of being circus dogs, probably because it learns quickly and enjoys doing things for people. Few tend to bark a lot, as they can be taught not to do this. It is not their nature to bark a lot.
Bichon Havanese originated in Cuba from an earlier breed known as Blanquito de la Habana (also called Havanese Silk Dog - a now extinct breed) The Bichon Havanese adorned and enlivened the homes of aristocratic Cubans during the the 18th & 19th centuries. Bichon Lapdogs were being brought to Cuba in 17th century from Europe, they adapted to climate and customs of Cuba. Eventually, these conditions gave birth to a different dog, smaller than its predecessors, with a completely white coat of a silkier texture. This dog was the Blanquito de la Habana. In the 19th century, the Cubans took to liking the French and German Poodles, which were crossed with the existing Blanquito to create today's Bichon Havanese. In the development of the Havanese, the Blanquito was much more dominant than the poodle.