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Pine Springs is excited to announce our breeding plans for 2012. We are planning to breed Sunfire Undercover Angel “Zuma” to Windrow’s Ducks In a Row “Rowan”. Contact us for more info or to be put on our contact list !

Sunfire Undercover Angel “Zuma”

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Sunfire Undercover Angel ” Zuma”

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All the pups have gone to their new homes. We are enjoying our new pup Trinity who is becoming a very confident, sweet young dog.

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We kept a puppy from the Tess/Rush litter born on 8/3/10. Follow her development on our puppy blog : http://pinespringspuppyblog.blogspot.com.

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We are proud to announce the birth of the Cartoon Litter on August 3, 2010
6 boys
5 girls
If you would like to follow the pups development check out our Pine Springs Puppy Blog….
Check it out : http://tessrushpupsaugust2010.blogspot.com

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Pine Springs Summerwind “Tess” was bred to Ganwales Hey Diddle Diddle ” Patrick”, their litter of 7 puppies was born on July 6, 2009. There are 4 boys and 3 girls and they are gorgeous robust puppies. Both Tess and Patrick are beautiful dogs with sweet temperaments and gorgeous conformation. We expect this litter to [...]

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Puppies need supervision when they are out of their crate even if the room is puppy proof
Puppies between 9-16 wks are in their crate more than they are out even if you are home all the time
Each room your puppy visits needs to be puppy proofed
Too much freedom too soon will lead [...]

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We believe in raising our puppies and maintaining our adult dogs on a raw diet following the guidelines mapped out by the Bones and Raw Food Diet (aka the Barf diet) intiated by Ian Billinghurst, D.V.M. We believe in a holistic approach to raising dogs and are firm believers of the less is better approach. [...]

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Making good choices about what we feed our dogs is essential to their longevity and sustained good health. The puppies have been raised on a raw food diet. The very best way to insure their good health is to keep them on it. Dry dog food and other processed foods lose much of their nutritional [...]

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