I have been breeding since 1989. I have no hip, eye or seizure problems in my blood lines.
I ask that my adoptive famlies bring their new puppy in for a “Puppy Wellness Check Up” to their vet within 72 hours of pick up. This reassures that the are receiving a healthy puppy.
I send home 12 pages of information in a puppy foIder. I can only hope my families follow my advice on nutrition and limitations set on the new puppy.
Exessive exercise and high jumping when puppies are young can cause stress and injury to growth plates that are not yet fully developed until 12-18 months of age. More than genetics play a roll in a young dogs development.
Effective January 2019 I am no longer selling my puppies with registration papers.
There are Australian and New Zealand bloodlines that can carry bad hips and eyes. The majority of them are bred for looks, and no thought given to their health or brains.