HEAVENLY PUPPIES TO LOVE
Welcome to Heavenly Puppies To Love!
I am Isabella a small hobby breeder, specializing in Cockapoos, Cavapoos, Poodles and Labradoodles. I strive for the best quality in my puppies, giving them all the care, patience and love that they need. They grow up with lots of love from me and my family who are also experienced breeders. Together we raise up loving, spontaneous puppies that bring love to there new families.
We live north of Seattle, but will be happy to meet you closer to your location! PNW
Learn about our Guardian home program
This is a great opportunity for a person/family to have pick of the litter. This puppy/dog is considered for breeding by Heavenly puppies to love. A guardian home is co-owner ship between the family and breeder.
The Guardian Home programs allows us to continue quality breeding while allowing our pups/dogs to live in its forever home from the start.
There's no better feeling than when we match one of our precious puppies with a loving new family. This is why we put all our time, love, care, and effort into each puppy, to prepare them for their new homes.
Life Before their new home-
When puppies are first born their ability to see and hear are absent. At 2 weeks old their eyes start to open and they start to crawl. Their ears will open shortly after. At 4 weeks they will start the weaning process. The weaning processes is an important part up the puppies life growing up; They will slowly stop living off their moms milk. Once they are old enough (8 weeks) they get their first vaccine and vet check to make sure they are in good health.
Socialization is a very important concept in a puppies life. These puppies grow up in an environment where they are constantly given attention and become accustomed to loud noises so that they are not frightened. They are used to being handled by children as well as adults. The first experiences for puppies prepare them for there futures. ENS( Early neurological stimulation) helps train puppies for family life, new experiences and gets them used to different smells and sounds.
Poodles and doodles require grooming every 4-6 weeks, and baths every 2 or 4 weeks. For this reason we introduce them to the high velocity dryer, brushing, baths and nail trims at a young age to ensure their first experience is a good one.
We use Puppy Culture methods for potty training and our puppies start learning how to use the litter box around 2 1/2 weeks to 3 weeks old.
At 3 1/2 weeks puppies will be introduced to soaked food (dry kibble mixed with warm water and formula). They will also be given toys to play with.
At 4 1/2 to 5 weeks old the puppies will be introduced to a crate, and will slowly start the crate training process.
Parents are genetically tested through embark or paw print, which tests them for over 200 diseases. Our puppies are:
Play areas and potty areas are regularly sanitized/cleaned
Young puppies are very impressionable, especially around 2-6 weeks old. We Practice ENS on puppies to prepare them for the world.
Exposing the pups to a good deal of stimulation, including:
Regular baths and blow drying
Basic grooming, Nail clipping etc..
Playin with them from a young age
Preforming ENS, paw, tail, ear torching
Introducing them to new toys and treats/chews regularly
Lots of sound desensitizing
Introducing pups to different people, dogs, kids and environments
Our puppies and parents are fed a high quality food, including homemade food. Which consist of White Rice, Liver, Celery, Carrots, Cabbage, Chicken, Egg, Cow Tounge, and Organic pumpkin.
Our mamas and puppies get lots of treats and snacks.
Up until the pups go home, we add quality probiotics to their food at every meal. They are free-fed, providing them with 24/7 access to food and water. This takes away food anxiety and over-eating.
If we notice that some pups are over eating, we will cut down on their feeding.
In addition to their regular diet, our mamas are fed a homemade diet while nursing. They receive doggie supplements that are tailored for a nursing mama's needs.