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This is West Winds Marcus Soloman
Soloman is now xx years old, we owned both his parents and raised him from a pup. Although we haven't used Solo for stud as much as some of the other males, He has produced 3 litters for a total of 18 beautiful puppies
This is West Winds Our Impressive Griffin
Griffin, my boy , Hes a handsome Magnum son and he has a lot of puppy energy but hes very smart and has completed Obedience School and also received his CGC Canine Good Citizen Certificate
Griffin just became a father !!! We have 17 beautiful pups from him.
Indy lives in Pennslyvania with his owner Max, they have a wonderful bond
Ritzy Lives in California
And was purchased
by Detroit Tigers Pitcher
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This was Austin, owners named him Diezel, he passed away in 2008
This is Bonnie, owners named her Nikki, she went to live in New York, and is much loved & spoiled girl
I bought Noble about a year ago from a friend, he is from a Kodiak female that I sold them three years ago; his father is from California, from the same breeder that supplied Chris (beethoven) for the first Beethoven movie and the female Missy for the second Beethoven movie. .
Indy on his first hike at the Jacobsburg State Park.
This is West Winds Noble Whit Tru One
Every pup I sell, I ask the buyers to please keep in touch and let me know how pup is doing. Some people are great about it but many never contact me . I realize people are busy but I brought these pups into the world and it hurts me when I never get a picture or email to let me know that the pup is adjusting ok.
Every dog I have ever bought- not one of the breeders asked me to keep in touch; when they got their money and the pup went out the door, they were not interested if it even survived.
In my opinion, if you breed a dog in this already overpopulated world, you should be responsible enough to keep tabs on the pup and ensure that placement is working out, even though I do my best to place them into forever homes.
Tips on buying a pup; There are responsible breeders and there are irresponsible breeders-- Make sure you get a contract.
I have a standard purchase agreement, very similar to what most breeders offer. A breeder can only cover genetic issues, we have no control over a puppys environment after it leaves our care -- so if your child drops the puppy , or the puppy gets into your garbage pail and gets sick, or falls down your steps at home, then you are not being a responsible pet owner and supervising the puppy. Having a new puppy is the same as having a two year old toddler, you wouldn't put a toddler outside alone or not supervise what they are doing indoors or out.
he's an adorable boy that lives in Michigan
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