Breeding and raising these wonderful dogs is a true labour of love for us, and we endeavor to improve the breed with each litter. Our goal is produce a dog of sound mind and body, to ensure the highest level of quality and excellence in what we produce. We have only one carefully planned litter every two to three years.
our puppies are raised and whelped right in our home, with plenty of love and attention. We are very proud of the well-socialized puppies this TLC produces. Our dogs are carefully OFA screened for health problems prior to breeding including pug dog encephalitis (PDE), Patellas, hemivertebrae, hip/elbow, as well as eye screening. Our puppies are also vet checked, vaccinated, and de-wormed before they leave our place into their new homes and come with a veterinary certificate of health. We offer a comprehensive written two year health guarantee as detailed at the time of sale. In keeping with our kennel policy all OUR puppies/dogs are sold on limited registration with the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) and must be spayed or neutered at the appropriate age (six months). This helps us to do our part against pet over population and irresponsible breeding practices.
The health, happiness, and well-being of our puppies is very important to us, and we are careful to ensure potential buyers have the knowledge, ability, facilities and resources to properly care for a Pug puppy or adult. We offer plenty of post-sale support to new owners, and we encourage you to stay in contact with us long after you take your new puppy/dog home.
Please, if you are thinking about bringing a Pug puppy into your life, be sure you are ready for a commitment of providing care for the entire life of the dog, which may be 10 to 15 years. research the breed to make sure it is the right breed for you and read books and talk to breeders before you begin your search. Remember always that dogs need food, water, shelter, adequate exercise and medical attention for their physical health, but there's more they need which we must never withhold and forget about... OUR LOVE AND COMPANIONSHIP!
Should you decide the Pug IS the right breed for you, but maybe now is not the right time to raise a puppy, consider contacting a group to inquire about adoption through your local SPCA, animal control, or rescue groups. A responsible breeder cares about their puppies beyond the point of them leaving their driveway and will offer to "take back" one of their dogs or assist in re-homing should it become necessary anytime during the life of the dog; but for far too many, this is not the case and those dogs often times end up in the SPCA, shelters or in rescue. Please do not contribute to the existing overpopulation of homeless and unwanted animals... Please spay/neuter your pet.
If you are interested in exploring the possibility of adding a Vectra Pugs to your family, please email us to arrange a visit. We would love to meet you (so would our fur kids) and we welcome visitors and enjoy talking about our Puglets and answering any questions you my have about the breed! We will also help you make an educated decision about whether this breed is the right match for your family.