These are just a sampling of our matches. We get great satisfaction when introducing the perfect puppy to the perfect family. Below are a few snippets from our reviews on Google. Check us out on Google at this link https://g.page/r/Cc5ESjvNiVzPEBA
“We adopted sweet Cavapoo Dexter two weeks ago and he has brought so much joy to our house in just a few short weeks. He is living his best life and checked out with the vet perfectly!”
“They are very professional and very helpful. We are in love with our mini goldendoodle and couldn’t be happier with her.”
“They’ve been training Oscar since 6 weeks old, but we were still BAFFLED at how well trained this 12-week-old puppy actually was!! He was completely potty trained, knew exactly where to go outside, he is so chill and calm, great on the leash, which shocked me for a tiny young thing, and so loving to our two little toddler boys!”
“Our perfect mini Aussiedoodle is healthy, smart, playful & full of personality. The team at A Heart for Puppies is superb…a quick response from Mac. They were knowledgeable & so welcoming. Tona called the next day just to see how things were going. Everything was clean & well maintained. Our puppy moved right into our home with no issues at all. They did a great job of introducing potty training & crate training. Would absolutely recommend A Heart for Puppies. You won’t be disappointed!”
“There is nothing better than waking her up in the morning to take her outside and seeing her precious face and her sweet, sleepy motions as she says good morning with an overload of love💗🐶💗”
Purdue University is proud to offer this program purely as a public service. The Standards of Care were created by Dr. Candace Croney, Ph.D. at Purdue University, in 2013 based on existing and ongoing research along with a Scientific Advisory Committee. Breeders seeking certification must meet or exceed rigorous physical and behavioral welfare standards in nutrition, veterinary care, genetics, housing, handling, socialization, enrichment, and exercise.
For the consumer, the voluntary choice of becoming a Canine Care Certified breeder indicates that puppies and dogs are raised under an independently audited program that ensures that specific health and welfare standards have been met. Canine Care Certified breeders attend to their dog’s physical, genetic, and behavioral health. They are committed to raising the bar on the standard of care and attention they offer their dogs.
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The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) was founded as a private, not-for-profit foundation in 1966 by John M. Olin, a well-known inventor, industrialist, philanthropist, conservationist, and sportsman.
Olin was an avid sportsman, hunter, and field trial participant. When hip dysplasia began to impact the performance of Olin’s dogs, he organized an initial meeting with representatives of the veterinary community, the Golden Retriever Club of America, and the German Shepherd Dog Club of America to discuss means of limiting the disease. This ultimately led to the formation and incorporation of the OFA. Its initial mission: To provide radiographic evaluation, data management, and genetic counseling for canine hip dysplasia.
While the OFA continues to focus on hip dysplasia, today’s mission, “To improve the health and well-being of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease,” reflects the organization’s expansion into other inherited diseases and other companion animals.
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The AKC Canine Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing and treating diseases in all dogs. Since 1995, we’ve awarded grants to scientists and professionals to advance canine health research while providing professional information and resources for today’s dog owners.
For a dog to receive an AKC Registration, the following must apply.
- The dog is of a breed eligible for individual registration in the American Kennel Club Stud Book.
- The dog was born in the United States or one of its possessions or territories.
- The dog’s owner is a resident of the United States or one of its possessions or territories.
- The original pedigree issued by the U.S. registry contains at least three generations of ancestry (with registration numbers for each dog), establishing that each dog in the three generations was of the same breed and registered with a registry whose pedigrees are acceptable to the AKC.
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