Sometimes typical of my breeding program of small litters, unfortunately this time, we have only one puppy out of this 2016 litter of Curlytail and Cutty Dark. This is only the second time I breed Curlytails, and I am kicking myself for waiting so long to breed her!
Look at this puppy!
He is a great grandson of Two Diamonds Cutter, on the paternal side and a great grandson of Ruby, and C Arrow Patch on the maternal side.
As you can see below he is not too happy to be outside on a rainy day photo shoot!
And... as you can see below he is a gorgeous red leopard male, and I wish I could keep him, but I am downsizing my breeding operation, and I already have a full blood brother of his.
I suggest you get your deposit in here ASAP as he will not be here for long.
And I will be placing him in his forever home by about 5 to 6 weeks of age.
Below you can see his full blood brother, Arrow which is my pick from the last litter
He is also a great grandson of Two Diamonds Cutter, Ruby, and C Arrow Patch
I do not let my dogs breed again and again and have 8-12 puppies in a litter the way most people do.
I breed this way only allowing her and the stud contact once which only allows her to concieve over a 72 hour time frame. I guess I should have allowed her to breed again as it appears she was starting to ovulate, and we would have had 5-6 puppies. But as a rule I keep the litters small and it puts less stress on the nursing mother and there is lots of nutrients for the babes and virtually no sibling rivalry amoung the nursing babies.
This results in stronger immune system, and I almost never lose babies from getting smashed by the moma which is typical of large litters where the moma can't keep track of too many babies.
Also, I almost never see little runts in the litters when I breed them this way.
Below is Cutty Dark who is a grandson of Cutter out of Camp-a-while's Cuttin Buck
Below is Curlytail who is out of Angel(from Patch and Ruby) and Handsome
Below is Handsome, out of Alida and Maurice
If you are interested, I can be contacted by phone @ 337 298 2630
I am Marcus de la Houssaye and I will be glad to talk to you.