We think it's an important and serious decision to get a dog. Therefore, we want to be convinced by those who buy a dog that they have made the right decision. A Manchester Terrier and English Toy Terrier is not a breed that suits everyone.
We believe in breeding family members and believe that all puppies need a lot of time and love to become good harmonious dogs. We would theirfore like to meet our future puppybuyers before we decide something, and it is usually appreciated by both dogs and future owners to get a little familiar with each other.
We use to have one to two litter per year. So it's not always you can get a puppy right away, but it's well worth waiting for a puppy.
Puppies that come from us grow up together with us and as part of our family. When they are born they have their own puppyroom, but there are always someone there with them. When they are mature enough for more stimulation the puppies are transfered to the livingroom during the day and evening so they can learn about the big world around them. This makes them learn to be safe and harmonious, accustomed to sounds like tv, cars, vacuum cleaners, dishwashers and other normal everyday sounds. From 6 weeks of age they are with us on pritty much on everything we do, so they get used to driving a car and we try to take the puppies with us on the train. They are therefore self-confident and happy puppies who move to their new family at (earliest) 8 weeks of age.
The puppies is registered in the Norwegian Kennel Club, veterinarian checked and vaccinated and microchiped. We will send you a puppy package that contains a little different, which may be useful for the first time. (folder with information, blanket with smell of the mother, homemade toy with more)
We are available throughout the dog's life at your own request.
In return we would like to have updates and pictures from the new everyday life with the puppy / dog. Because this means incredibly much to us. Since we have chosen to get them to this world, it's about 15 yearly commitment.
Our dogs are beautiful and have high standards in the lines. They make mostly top results on exhibitions. But we think the mental part of the dogs is most important.
Please contact us if you are interested or there are someting you are wondering about.