Here at Fuzzy Puppy Love, we want you to get a REAL feeling for us as people, and for the puppies we sell.
So on this page, We post both the good and the bad, and what steps we took there of.
(We have only been breeding Teddy Bears and Ewoaks a year so far, it was a lot of work to collect the genery for the Teddy Bears and Ewoaks and to get them registered and work out the development process and so forth, so this page isnt very long yet, but well slowly build up)
We also supply the email of the reference, to a potential buyer if the buyer wishes to speak to the owner of the designer puppy dog adopted through Fuzzy Puppy Love.
Bella has been a God-send. Not only for Katie but for my aging Mom who is with her during the day. Bella is a beautiful, happy and very playful puppy who is loved by all of us. Katie is back to her full, active life style. Bella frequents the hockey rink with us on the weekend and watches the game from my lap. She loves everyone. She was almost fully toilet trained when we got her so with only a very occasional accident (when she gets very excited) that was not any problem. She is very smart and obedient, truly a wonderful addition to our family. I will get some pictures to you within the next week. I have been meaning to write and I am sorry but time seems to be flying by. Thank, again. K
At One Year... (Full Grown)
Hi! Oreo is doing well. She is terrific with the kids-never growls or snaps even if my littlest one tugs on her ears. Potty training is still an issue though. SHe also has started chewing up the kids toys and shoes. I think she may be bored now that they are back in school.
We now send with your puppy directions on how to potty train your new puppy, as well as other training tips to help them not get too excited. Also a puppy needs to teethe, so its a good idea if you don't want the puppy chewing up shoes and toys to buy lots of rawhide bones, plus the new training guidance offered through our support well help you let the puppy know who is boss its really hard not to spoil these guys.
The free support we offer even if you don't buy from us helps us, as much as it helps others, we are able to learn and grow with you, if we don't know the answer we find it, then prepare for the future, that is how i collect most of the stuff on the site, from canine rivalry, to potty training we expand every time. we also post the stuff on our site and don't just keep it to ourselves, any one or breeder who wants to use our development process is welcome to and we'll train them FREE.
No dog is perfect, and that's why we choose to tell those who reference us not to forget the bad as well as the good, we need our adopters to realize puppies are like children, even if they are smart and are bred for great temperament there is alot of growing up to do, that puts you and us responsible for the new puppy's upbringing, we love our babies and would never abandoned them after they leave our home, we want to be there with you every step of the way, and we aren't kidding when we say if you cant keep your baby for any reason we WILL adopt him or her to a new loving home NEVER EVER TAKE OUR BABIES TO A SHELTER!
Bambi is so wonderful!! She has gone EVERYWHERE with us and has done great! I even took her to my friend's wedding and she had the photographer take a photo of her with Bambi. She loves dressing up. Emerson has a bag full of clothes for her. One question, the vet who looked at her said that she would be 10-12 lbs. Is that possible. She said since she is already 3.8 she will definitely not be 7lbs. That is the only thing we are worried about. I will send you pics as soon as I get my son to put them up, probably tomorrow.
Yes, buyers are welcome to e-mail me about the puppies. Here is my post for your web site: We could not be happier with out sweet little puppy! We developed such a wonderful relationship with Jennifer from Fuzzypuppylove.com! She was so helpful and always kept us posted with videos, e-mails, and phone calls. She takes excellent care of her dogs! We were so impressed with the obvious time and attention she gave the puppies. Our puppy, Bambi, came well socialized and house broken. Who could ask for more! We took a great deal of time and care in picking out the place where we would get our puppy. If you are fortunate enough to buy from her you will not be disappointed! We're one very happy family!
Now as you can see here, we posted the whole email not just the good part, I refuse to misguide a potential adopter, when you adopt from us you become our extended family, and i wont lie to family, and to me posting only the good, is still lying. Now in this case i would like to explain, these dogs have several breeds, and as explained through out my site there is a difference in teacups or imperials and in runts, its the gene that tells them to stop or slow down in growing, because of long family lines that are small reinforcing it. now we get a mixture of runts and imperials or teacups, and we have never had a problem testing them, in this case she did not buy an imperial or runt, she bought an Ewoak, the biggest one of the litter, as we record the weight of any dog we go by a chart which is not an exact science, but is close, we had charted her at around seven pounds, she is now 12 weeks and the more accurate growth tactic is 3 X 8 weeks and 2 X 12 weeks, so it looks like she will be closer to 8 pounds, her mom is 5 pounds and dad 10 pounds. so the vet is a bit off, but she is right the puppy well be a bit over the estimated size. but as for weight, no one can accurately every time guess weight but only give you a close estimate, and parents sizes. We have extended her contract to three years.
As noted before I have disclosed the entire e-mails not just portions, and have asked my references to please include any problems as well and not just the good stuff, I want to make sure it is an honest and true representation of our customers' experiences and how we respond to any questions or concerns that may arise.
well here he is in all his glory 3.5lbs of pure love and affection he only has two speeds fast forward and stop (sleep). he has such a wonderful personality
he cant love you enough and cant get enough back, time flies by and then the day is over, he spends most of the day playing with his sisters Zoe a 39Lb polish lowland sheepdog, and Shayna a10Lb Teddy Bear dog, he can hold his own against either or both NO FEAR.I want to thank you for breeding and selling Izzy to us as this will
probably be our last puppy after 68 years of living,training,and competing with different dogs i never thought I would so blessed with 3 good friends like this. But meeting
a breeder and a person of such character and integrity made it all the more special.
THANK YOU Bruce & Susan Frank
Hi there! I'm so glad you asked! Kirby is wonderful! He's a year old now. He's healthy and strong. He spends a great deal of time on his hind legs "dancing" around, so we have a number of tricks that have evolved from that. He has a complete vocabulary and truly understands what we tell him. He is our special little boy.....he's the perfect dog for us. He's loving, smart, and plays well with others. Introducing him to new "friends" is never a problem. He loves to travel and does well in the car. He's never gotten car sick....he usually ends up curled up on the seat next to me. He's most content when we're all home together, but does well in his pen when we have to leave. He plays with the cat...sometimes more than she wants him to. He only barks when he thinks something is wrong, but "talks" to you when he thinks you are not giving him enough attention. He's Mr. Personality. He's great around kids even though he's not around them on a regular basis. He has a wonderful disposition...my groomer and vet both just love him. He has considerable energy, but not so much that it's a problem. He plays hard and then crashes!
We couldn't have picked a better dog or breed if we tried. I would highly recommend this breed.....just be on your toes because they are very smart! They can become spoiled before you know it because they are sooo easy to love. But just as easy as it is to spoil them, it's also easy to "regroup" and change that. They just want to be loved. I would be happy to give a reference any time. Feel free to give my email address to prospective buyers. I have pictures I can share as well. He now weighs between 10-11 pounds.
He is the Shichon - Teddy Mix
At One Year... (Full Grown)
We adopted our puppy for Cooper who was very sick in Children’s Hospital in Dallas.. He had a weird bacterial infection and lost 30% of his body weight. He also has ADHD and was having a really had time in school. He picked up Daisy on Sunday, (My sister in law set up the adoption, Cindy.) and Cooper had come home on Saturday, the day before. laying around, not interested in anything.
We never had a dog in the house. But we decided to give it a try for Cooper (8) and the other two children Brooklyn (5) and James (3). Daisy came into the house and went straight to Cooper. He immediately perked up, started eating, started gaining weight back. He went back to school, every day came home and couldn’t wait to see Daisy. He sat and did his homework with her on his lap. We never knew a dog existed like Daisy. She is so good with everyone. Likes to lay with you and seems to really care. She is playful, easy to house train, and the best dog ever. I would highly recommend for children. We love her and cannot imagine our lives without her. Sheri
I am absolutely in LOVE with Bentley, and we bonded the moment we met. He is the sweetest, most loving dog. He's also very smart and well behaved. He loves giving kisses, going on walks and playing with his toys. You are most welcome to give my email address to another buyer if they have questions for me. I couldn't be happier! Kristen Bailey
He is the Shichon - Teddy Mix
At One Year... (Full Grown)
Just wanted to let you know that Chance is doing amazingly well. He’s been at work with me yesterday and today and has more aunties and uncles that you can count. Everyone is in love with his loving personality and how well he connects with people. The director worked for an hour and ? yesterday with him in her lap! I’ve had three people tell me he should be a therapy dog – one person who is in the Fetch Therapy Dog program now….so at one year, I think that will become his “calling”.
He’s doing a lot of sleeping today (we probably wore him out yesterday) and seems pretty potty trained. Gives me one little “woof” if you can call it that and we run outside and throw a party after each success. I do love that Puppy Whisperer book! Training Chance with lots of positive reinforcement, love, and redirecting seems to be working for him (Bless Paul Owens and Terence Cranendonk for their book!). Chance happily rides in his booster seat in the car (a real need for me, since I do love to travel in the car.) He’s sleeping through the night (second night together) and I actually had to wake him up this morning to go to work.
The puppy pen is amazing! I love that it folds up flat, is not the bar type kennel, has two doors so he can go in and out, and at night I can zip him in with his bed and he is happy, happy, happy. The first night was a little rough, but I brought the pen with me to work, opened both doors and put treats for him to find. He seems happy that he has a wonderful home. After seeing it on your site, I ordered one (small) and I highly recommend it to anyone!
Izzy is doing great. She is soooo snuggly. She is very calm, yet has very playful spurts. She is just like a baby. She eats, plays and then takes a nap. We absolutely adore her. I was worried about what she would think of the snow, but she seems to like it. She licks the snow takes a few steps and then... does her duty. She hasn't went pee or poop in the house yet. But that is because we watch her every second and take her out to pee a lot. I can't believe how amazing she is. If you ever need a testimony on how snugly and affectionate these dogs are - I plenty of positive words for your teddy bears.
Thought you might want to see a picture of the “kid”….He had a haircut on Saturday (his 2nd)….did great. He is really LOVING the cat ….actually lays on top of him….I’m not sure that the cat loves it, but seems to semi-tolerate it. (Gizmo the cat is 12 -14 lbs. He can and does “flip him off”….as needed – which is often.)
In case you ever wander if your “little people” remember you….
Joe had your website up the other day (looking longingly at Snowflake)….
and was playing one of the videos….
where you call the “PUPPIES”….
Doogie heard your voice…
and came running…..
He remembers you… and so do we.
Many thanks for raising such super puppies. Doogie is a darling… and we love him dearly.
Will send more pictures soon. Trying to get a shot of him sitting on the cat…. but he’s pretty quick. (still does it…and loves to lick the cats ears…which the cat loves….go figure)
Karen and Joe Lichwalla
Life as Kim and Krickitt Carpenter knew it was shattered beyond recognition on November 24, 1993, two months after their marriage, when their Ford Escort was hit from behind by a fast-moving truck. A massive head injury left Krickitt in a coma for weeks. When she finally emerged from the coma, she recognized her parents and everyone else-but she didn't know Kim. She had no idea who he was. The "Krickitt" Kim had married essentially died in the accident. The Vow is the true tale of the reconstruction of two lives and a marriage after an event so shattering that most others would have parted ways long ago. Though it was not easy, and it tested every fiber of who they were, Kim and Krickitt fell in love all over again. READ MORE!