MINNESOTA Small Non Shed

Hypoallergenic Lap Puppies


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our main focus is

Teddy Bear 

      ShihTzu + Bichon     

          (Shichon * Tzu Frise * Zuchon)  

 on occasion

Bichon Frise 

Shih Tzu

  TeddiPoo shih tzu + bichon + poodle

      ShihPoo  shih tzu + poodle                                       

      

Pure Bred & mixes of non-shed dogs

shih tzu*bichon frise*poodle   


Great dogs for

Therapy  Emotional Support needs


Non allergenic

raised with our unique socializationmethods                                                     

updated on 

JUNE 17

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PURE-BRED

bichon, shih tzu, poodle

MIXED

teddy bear, bichon mix, shih tzu mix

or

RESCUE DOGS

When selecting the breed that is most compatible

for your lifestyle and your situation

there are many factors to consider.

What kind of Temperament:

  • Good with children

not snapping at teasing children

  • Friendly towards strangers and outside family members
  • Does not provoke bigger dogs
  • Bark if unchecked
  • Affectionate
  • Obedient or strong willed


Qualities desired or unwanted:

• Non-shed

• Need to exercise

or do not need exercise

• Need to have jobs…herd, guard or hunt

• Grooming

• Likes cold (winter)


Health:
Line breeding

(breeding to a certain dog to keep the bloodline going)
          

Example:  Elhew champion English Pointer. 
The breeder would state 3rd generation from Elhew's

bloodline or that Elhew was this puppy Great Grandfather. 


Hopefully Elhew doesn't have any faults (bad traits) to pass on.  


Rescue dogs can carry diseases and or parasites

that we do NOT have immunity against

(to be able to resist infection, antibodies)

Inbreeding increases health risks. 

It's why we are not suppose to marry our cousins. 

Inbreeding (breeding related dogs)

Example:  mother is bred with the son. 

 Mixed breeding or avoiding breeding to

closely related parents helps avoids health issues.

None of my breeding males are related to any of my breeding females. This is ONE of the reasons I do NOT

have countless health issues.

If you decide to purchase a mixed breed it is best 

that both parents are purebred and registered. 


Registration helps keeps breeders honest

about what they are truly breeding. 


Ask to see the parents' registration paperwork. 

The breeder should have the registration numbers
on the puppy's paperwork. 


I usually use a registered purebred shih tzu

and registered purebred bichon

to produce shih tzu bichon mix, teddy Bears. 


I can show a paper trail when a teddy bear

is crossed with a bichon or shih Tzu or teddy bear.

EXAMPLES:
Shihpoo (shih tzu poodle)

Father purebred Poodle and Mother purebred Shih Tzu with
papers proving it true.  Ask to see the documents.

This insures that the parents were not chosen because they kind of look like a Shih Tzu and Poodle…so we’ll call the puppies shihpoos.


They maybe Lhaso Apso Poodle (small dog breeds) which can be fine but may be not good with children & strangers. 


ALhaso Apsowas bred to be a guard dog

where the Shih Tzuwas bred to be the inside palace pet


Rescue dogs most of the time do not have paperwork,

the vet will need to give his best guess of what the dog is

and how old it is. 


The fact is that the rescue dog is breed type is unknown and cannot be proven. 


Breeds are bred for the traits,

they are either bred into the breed or out of the breed.

One or both rescue dog parents may have

sneaky neighbor dog (usually unknown father) breeding in its background with characteristics you would prefer to avoid. 


If one of the parents have shedding qualities your puppy may shed. Even if one parent has non shed qualities and most of the past litters have been non shed your puppy may.


Do you want to gamble?

  There is NO guarantee that the puppy

will NOT have some quality you DON'T want.

If one of the parents has shedding,

not good with children

or other qualities you don't care for...

your puppy may have the unwanted quality

I don't care to have a dog in my possession

that may bite my family or cause problems in other areas

that are important to me.



Examples:
Yorkie(yorkshire terrier) 

Maltese(terrier)

Chihuahua mix
may not like children or anyone else but the owner. 

Terriers are happier with one pet owners and

where they can claim everything as theirs.

Cocker Spaniel mix
may not tolerate teasing

(will bite to protect themselves) and prefers to hunt.

Jack Russel mix (jackapoo)
May shed and may not tolerate teasing

(will bite to protect themselves),
are aggressive towards other pets and

are very active dogs who need allot of exercise. 

Lhasa Apso mix
may not like children or

tolerate teasing and prefers to guard.

Cavaliermix with non shed breed may shed

is a working breed that prefers to hunt

your neighborhood squirrels,
 birds or other fun creatures.

Beagle mix with non shed breed
may shed and is a working breed that prefers to hunt

your neighborhood squirrels,
birds or other fun creatures. 

Beagle have voices and like to use them. 

Bichon, Shih Tzu - mixed or purebred
non shed, a lap dog breed that prefers to keep track of you

rather than hunt squirrels, birds or other creatures.

They were not bred for anything but being a lap dog. 

They won't herd your children or over guard your property

but they will give you  all their unconditional love. 

They do not chase the mailman but instead think

everyone is their friend. 


Rescue -

May have AGGRESSION issues -

may have bitten people before


May have BEHAVIORAL issues -

 marking or going inside the house

destroying furniture or other items


May have HEALTH issues -

heart murmur, kidney or liver problems,

the list goes on


May not have been QUARANTINED long enough for

contagious diseases and parasites

may take up to 90 days or more to show up


No well-informed retail pet store

is going to sell dogs and cats

sourced from any so-called "rescue" or animal shelter

because they know the facts

that animals obtained from these unregulated sources impose a threat to the health and safety

of both people and other animals.

We are inspected by the

STATE of MINNESOTA

Regulated by Dakota County


26 standards are required

to be certified as a

MINNESOTA dog breeder


Dog Shelters and Dog Rescues are NOT regulated