Our first litter was born in October 2022 to Mia (Hermione Minha Alegria).
For more information and reservations, please contact us.
In 2023, we plan a litter by Mia and a litter by our Minor Puppy World Winner Ela (Misty Meadow's Don't Drive Me Mad).
How do we pick new owners for our puppies?
If you're interested in a puppy from our kennel, please don't hesitate to get in touch, even if we don't have any puppies at that given time.
With every puppy, we focus on finding a family that would be a good match in terms of the puppy's temperament. We will evaluate every puppy we have at 8 weeks to assess its show potential, and we will only offer promising puppies for show homes. If you're an active, outdoorsy person, we won't offer you a puppy who prefers spending time cuddling on the couch.
If you have show and breeding ambitions and are looking for a puppy of such quality, it's imperative that you get in touch with us well in advance. Once the litter is 8 weeks old, we will contact you if we believe that there is a puppy with such potential in the litter. Sometimes, there are multiple promising puppies, sometimes there are none. Any promising puppy will go home with our evaluation, a veterinary evaluation and with a contract of sale, which will set out show participation conditions. We require that such puppies are shown regularly and represent our kennel, as well as yours. In turn, we offer our advice, training tips for shows, and we can even assist you with the shows themselves, taking the puppy with us and showing it. Should you be interested, we can also ensure that the puppy has been tested for hereditary genetic conditions (that can be screened for) before you buy it.
If you're looking for a family friend, we will try our best to match you with your future partner in crime. At the age of 8 weeks, we carry out temperament testing on the whole litter and will pair the puppies and new owners on the basis of these results. Lifelong advice and contact is guaranteed. With these puppies, you are more than welcome to attend shows or even use them for breeding down the line, but it won't be a requirement and the decision would be entirely up to you.
Sometimes, a puppy is born with some form of a defect, which means it does not correspond to the breed standard. Most frequently, it's puppies who don't have a scissor bite, but instead have an under- or overbite. Such a puppy is always sold for a reduced price, to reflect the severity of the defect. In the puppy's pedigree, we will ask the Czech Kennel Club (CMKU) to state that this puppy cannot be used for showing and breeding. While these puppies aren't suitable for shows, they make amazing family pets regardless of any beauty faults that they might have.
What will you bring home with your new puppy?
- Contract of sale
- Pedigree (will be posted to you once issued)
- Pet passport
- Vaccinated and de-wormed puppy in accordance with its age
- Starting pack (food, toys)
- Advice for the first few days in their new home, as well as useful tips on training and puppy care
From day 1, we try to make sure that our puppies have the best start to life to make amazing family pets. Research shows that the first 3 months of a puppy's life are crucial for socialization.
- We use a method called early neurological stimulation ("ENS") on all our puppies during the first three weeks of their lives. We rely on the experience we have from assistance dog training and breeding. ENS will help the puppy's brain develop early on and help it cope with slightly unpleasant situations. We will also introduce the puppy to new scents (Early Scent Introduction). Studies show that the benefits of applying these two methods on puppies can be seen already at 5 weeks, and such puppies will most likely have better social skills and higher self-esteem.
- Our puppies are well-socialized. They are regularly exposed to various noises and scents, and we try to build a positive association between loud noises and food.
- Once the puppies have had their first round of vaccines, we invite our friends, neighbours and potential future puppy owners to come visit and play with the puppies. This way, we teach the puppies that new people are nothing to be afraid of, which will help them adapt to their new home. We also have dogs that we know and who are 100% healthy come visit us, to socialize our puppies with other dogs as well.
- To prepare the puppies for going home with their new owners, we will start teaching the puppies how to be alone, away from the littermates.
- For our show promise puppies, we organize training from as early as 6 weeks. We teach them to stand on a table and walk on a leash, even before they go to their new homes.
- If a puppy is exported and has to stay with us until the age of 4 months, we will take over its training and socialization, to ensure it does not miss out on any experiences.
How much does a chihuahua puppy cost?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions, and it's unfortunate that breeders aren't transparent about their puppy prices. When buying a puppy, please keep in mind that this new bundle of joy will hopefully be here with you for the next 15 years. You need to consider not only whether the purchase price is reasonable for you, but also whether you are capable of financially covering any potential veterinary needs, which during the dog's lifetime often overall exceed the purchase price.
A pet quality puppy, with no defects, costs around €1,000 - €1,200, based on the quality of the parents. Show puppies will then cost between €1,200 and €5,000. Non-standard puppies range between €300 - €600, based on their defect and its severity.
Every puppy is different and therefore each has a different price, based on the mating (quality of the dam and sire, their show success, health testing results, their purchase prices etc.). Please get in touch regarding the price of a puppy that caught your eye.