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Pictures of male pup of Destiny
Pictures of female pup of Fluffy
Available pups
Frequently asked questions
Physical and toileting needs
Available pups:
We await the litter of our  female Goby, around september 11th. The father is our Caillou. The pups will be able to leave around the end of november. Puppies of this letter, will be around 10-15 pounds adulte.

We await the litter of our  female Savana, around september 20th. The father is our Teddy. The pups will be able to leave around the end of november. Puppies of this letter, will be around 10-15 pounds adulte.

                                        Male : 900$       Female: 1000$ 
                    Chocolat   Male: 1000$       Female: 1200$ 
White and Chocolat   Male: 1000$       Female: 1200$ 

included examination of health, vaccine, dewormed, guaranteed of 2 years, the taxes and 1  bag of food Oven Baked.
+ neutralise obligatory (male 225$ female 250$)

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Frequently asked questions
Our english texts were translates by an automatic translator. Sorry for the formulation erreurs.

This little
dog looks like a "teddy bear"

A hyper-allergenic Toy breed, the Havanese ranges in height from 8 to 12 inches and weighs from 7 to 16 pounds. He has large, dark and appealing eyes. The non-shedding coat is long, soft, straight to wavy, and like human hair, is odourless when wet. The breed comes in a rainbow of colors, from white to shades of cream, champagne, gold, black, blue, silver, chocolate or any combination of these.
Through the years, the Havanese has been bred for companionship. It's gorgeous good looks and endearing personality make the breed a wonderful house pet. The Havanese is a VERY social animal, that treats all with a friendly welcome.
Height: Weight:
 from 8-11.4 inches (21-29 cm)    7 to 16 pounds.  
. The Havanese is a sturdy little dog, low on his legs, with long abundant hair, soft and preferably wavy. His movement is lively and elastic.
He has large, dark and appealing eyes.
Carried high, either in shape of a crozier or preferably rolled over the back; it is furnished with feathering of long silky hair.
Colour: there are two varieties of colour. Rarely completely pure white; fawn in its different shades of light fawn to havana-brown (tobacco colour, reddish brown); patches in those colours of coat; slight blackened overlay admitted. Permissible colours and patches (white, light fawn to havana-brown) with black markings. Black coat.
The usage of scissors to even out the length of the coat and all trimming is forbidden. Exception: tidying up the hair on the feet is permitted, the hair on the forehead may be slightly shortened so that it does not cover the eyes and the hair on the muzzle may be slightly tidied up, but it is preferable to leave it in natural length.
Exceptionally bright he is easy to train as a watchdog dog. Affectionate, of a happy nature, he is amiable, a charmer, playful and even a bit of a clown. He loves children and plays endlessly with them. According to his happy nature, the Havanese has a strikingly light-footed and elastic gait; forelegs with free stride and pointing straight forward, the hindlegs giving them the impulsion and moving in a straight line.
The breed comes from the Western Mediterranean region and has developed along the Spanish and Italian coastal region. It would seem that these dogs were imported early to Cuba by sea captains. Erroneously, the most frequent brown colour of these dogs (tobacco) gave birth to the legend which would mean it to be a breed originating from Havana, capital of Cuba. Political events led to the total disappearance of the old bloodlines of the Havanese in Cuba; apparently a few dogs were successfully smuggled out of Cuba whose descendants have survived in the U.S.A.
Children: Excellent with children.
Friendliness: Loves everyone.
Trainability: easy 
IIndependence: Fairly dependent.
Dominance: weak 
Other Pets: Generally good with other pets.
Combativeness: Not generally dog-aggressive. 
Noise: bark little.
Physical and toileting needs
Grooming: Regular
Trimming & Stripping: not recommended
Coat: Fluffy coat. 
Shedding: Very light.
Exercise: Very little exercise needed.
Indoors:  active indoors.
Apartments: Good for apartment living.
Outdoor Space: Does all right without a yard.
Climate: Prefers cool climates.
Owner: Good for novice owners.
Longevity: Long (15 or more years).
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