Lucita & her March 2018 litter.
*ADGA Registered LaMancha and Saanen dairy goats
Retired in 2012.
*Molly passed over the rainbow bridge on Christmas Day, 2014 at the age of 8 1/2 and Murphy just joined her in June 2018.
Itty Bit will hopefully have a spring 2020 litter.
Ciara's 2017 litter.
Our family lives on a hobby farm in southern Minnesota and breeds irish wolfhounds purely for family pets. Our two main criteria for breeding are health and temperament. As our dogs are not fancy show dogs, we breed our puppies to be friendly & healthy family pets. We have 6 dogs total (4 wolfies, 1 cairn terrier & a basset hound) so they all get plenty of attention. Our dogs are a part of our family and so are the puppies. Puppies are born and raised in our kitchen and are well socialized with our 4 children, their many friends and many other animals.
My husband is a veterinarian and the puppies are kept current on their shots and worming. We have done various health screenings in the past such as hips, elbows and liver shunt. All puppies leave with a 2 year health guarantee, a bag of food, and a towel which smells like us in case of homesickness. We also discuss care, feeding, recommended books and veterinary care for wolfhounds as it is much different than for other dog breeds. We are always available to answer questions, or discuss issues, either by phone or by email, as we feel we are responsible for the puppies we produce from the day they are born until their death. We are always willing to take a puppy/dog back at any time during its' life if you find yourself unable to care for it properly.
We have made the decision to phase out of breeding wolfhounds and will not be replacing any of our breeding stock as they retire.
Our 2020 puppies are anticipated to be our last ones as we will be retiring all our dogs. Email with questions about availability - pups will be ready for new homes in late May/early June.