4 years, 12 weeks
- AVAILABLE: 1/4/2011
- DEPOSIT: Not Specified
- SHIPPING AVAILABLE: Not Specified
- CHAMPION BLOODLINES: No
- CHAMPION SIRED: No
- SHOW POTENTIAL: Yes
BREED: Scottish Terrier Puppy
INCLUDES: akc registration, litter certificate, puppy starter kit, 1st round of shots, health certificate, $325 delivery *most
Description of Puppy
Clayton (Green Collar) from Lady Clyda & Bonnie Angus of Green Acres
Born November 5, 2010
The litter of 7 was born November 5, 2010 belongs to Clyda (Black & Silver) & Bonnie Angus Of Green Acres - Since we were going to Disneyworld - this litter was named after the movie Lady & the Tramp!! However, one of the daughters wanted to name one a villian name and the only one I could agree to was Clayton from Tarzan (Mr. Green) but none of these little angels are villians!! There are 2 girls, one black and one black with a little brindle, Plus 5 boys!
Clayton is Solid black w/ a Tuxedo Wheaten mark on his chest!! Then a few brindle highlights on his furnishings of both hind legs. He is a very sweet puppy and is mid-size. He isn't the biggest or the smallest but he has a very playful personality! He likes to play shakey with his toys and has a perfect record at tug-of-war within his litter. He holds his tail straight up and is very proud and sharp! He likes to play rough with his brothers and sisters and would do well with another dog his size in the house.
Please check out all the pictures of the parents and other litters at our website: http://GreenAcresGardens.smugmug.com
Puppies from this litter will be $700 - this does not include transportation or delivery which is usually about $325.
I guarantee my Scotties for 1 year from health problems. I’ve been raising Scotties since I retired from Raytheon in 1997! I’ve had families come back second and third times to add to their family again.
These puppies must stay with their mothers a MINIMUM of 8 Weeks, this is a standard among legitimate breeders (vs Puppy mills) You must understand why they want to get rid of them at 6 weeks - as I can attest, they are a LOT OF WORK!!! But for the benefit of the puppies I insist on keeping them 8-10 weeks with their mother and littermates.
They will be 8 weeks old on December 31, 2010 - but since it is a Friday and New Years Eve - my vet won’t be able to see them until Tuesday January 4th.. That puts this litter available AFTER ~ January 4th.
My puppies live in the house in the middle of our loving family. They are completely housebroken on papers when I send them home. I will help instruct you on how to switch to outdoor training when they get big enough.
They will have their first set of shots at 8 weeks - they should not have this until they are 8 weeks old. My veterinarian Dr. Mike Overton, says that it is a shame and waste to give them a shot at 6 weeks their body cannot use the immunity yet and he doesn’t acknowledge these shots at all in his patients and starts over at 8 weeks with the 3 round series.
They will come with a starter bag of their puppy food, I have also ordered a Litter certificate for these puppies of which you will be given an official copy. All pedigrees of my babies are on my website for your perusal.
You can email me at LBollengier@aol.com or call 972-734-6041
I call my babies LINDA’s Bonnie SCOTS
$325 delivery includes delivery on Continental Airlines (kennel, health certificate required for flying, etc included) Other airlines are more and I only will use them if they are "Pet-Safe"
Some areas may require different transportation at a different cost. We can discuss that id the Continental PetSafe delivery is not an option. I will drive them to Texas or neighboring states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okalahoma...
PLEASE NOTE- I have restrictions on selling my puppies, I am not a puppy mill and finding a good home for my babies is more important than selling them!! I will not sell them to where they’re locked up all day alone, someone needs to be home most of the time or own an additional suitable pet already to keep them company. Scotties need a firm hand to raise and will not grow up to be good dogs without loving guiding. They are
Very stubborn and need constant vigilance to make them the personality filled little characters I know and love!
Most of my babies to go to former and current Scottie owners - 90% of my puppies over the past 11 years are to "Scottie people