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Additional Information: Richwood Farms is owned and operated by Char Richards, an AKC Merit Breeder and the 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 "Obedience Breeder of the Year," Kalamazoo Kennel Club, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
we have two litters planned for 2015. One summer and one winter of 2015. See www.richwoodfarms.com or our face book page, Richwood Farms, for... ...
Additional Information: Clingmey Keeshonden raising Keeshonds since 1980. All our Kees are PHPT tested, OFA or Penn Hip for Hip Dysplasia, OFA Patellas, OFA Elbows, OFA Cardiac cleared, OFA Thyroid tested and eyes are CERF. We do not breed until testing is completed. Ask for copies of testing results or view our results on www.offa.org We believe the Keeshond can have it all great temperment, great health and excellent beauty. All of our Kees live in our home, not in a kennel or breeding facility, we believe that one on one contact every day makes for better adjusted, well socialized puppies. Visitors are welcomed and encouraged. www.keeshondpups.com All puppies are seen by our vet at 7 weeks old for 1st vaccinations and wellness check up. We plan our...
Clingmey Keeshonden raising Keeshonds since 1980. All our Kees are PHPT tested, OFA or Penn Hip for Hip Dysplasia, OFA Patellas, OFA Elbows, OFA... ...
Additional Information: Beautiful AKC/CKC Keeshond puppies. In home breeder of healthy PHPT-health tested neg,keeshond pups. Happy, socialized balls of fur for pet,agility or show..call to get on list! www.keeshond4you.com
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PET-NEWSWORTHY If you're considering adding a pet to your home in 2015, you're in very good company. As many as 71.4 million homes are expected to include a pet in 2015. According to the American Pet Product Association, pet families have increased from 56% of households in 1988 to 62% this year.
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