NOTICE! OUR DAMS AND SIRES ARE DNA TESTED TO MEET OFA STANDARDS
NOTICE! OUR DAMS AND SIRES ARE DNA TESTED TO MEET OFA STANDARDS
Havanese and Coton Puppies are some of the sweetest dogs we have ever been blessed to know. They are affectionate, funny and smart. These little dogs love everyone and everything and respond to people's emotional needs. They make great companion dogs and love learning new tricks. They are hypoallergenic and grow hair, not fur, and they don't shed. This makes them perfect for people with allergies and asthma. As a small breed they typically grow to be 8 to 12 pounds and generally live 12 to 16 years.
The Havanese and Coton de Tulear were both from the same dog 400 years ago. The dogs of Reunion, France were a hypoallergenic , small dog that was greatly valued by royalty. Sometime in the 1600's, some of the dogs of Reunion were exported to Cuba. There they adapted to the climate and developed a silky coat and a bit longer legs and became known as "Havana Silk" dogs. They were highly prized by royalty there, as well, and a law was passed that they could not be exported. In 1963, a group of six Havanese were smuggled into New York City where they were an instant celebrity. They, as the Cotons, are bred to be companion dogs and have been used as service dogs and circus dogs for many years.
The Coton de Tulear, known as the "Royal Dog of Madagascar," made their first appearance in the Mascarene Islands. History speculates that the initial stock arrived from France, probably via a ship wreck. They were principally found in the port city of Reunion. As a valuable trade commodity, they were taken to nearby Madagascar. Eventually the dogs of Reunion became extinct. The dogs imported to Madagascar thrived as they were embraced by nobles of the Merina tribe. As the tribe operated on a caste system of nobles and freeman, the Coton was restricted to nobility for many years. This is one of the reasons why the dog is so rare today.
The Coton de Tulear and the Havanese are bred and raised to be strictly companion dogs. Because of their delightful personalities, small size, dark eyes, long lashes, and super charm, they are said to sometimes actually smile. Both breeds are not known to be vicious, but need to be socialized at an early age due to shyness in some puppies. They bond easily to the humans in their life and are often known as "little clowns" and "little puppets" due to their playful demeanor.
The Coton de Tulear is a fluffy little ball; sometimes with patches of color. They usually stand from around 10 to 12 inches and weigh from 10 to 13 lbs. The body is rectangular and the backline is usually slightly convex. The head is triangular and rather small. The coat is long, dry, oil and dander free and has no doggy odor, so it is a good choice for allergy sufferers. Coton puppies are often born with color, sometimes fading as the puppy reaches adulthood. Patches of yellow and black, notably on the ears and tail, are often found on new puppies. Many are born with black, chocolate and white. At about 7 months of age, most Coton youngsters “blow” their puppy coats and the new hair which grows in is, at times, white; however, about 50% of the puppies born with color retain that color. There is no set rule about what color the Coton should be and while the pure white puppies tend to sell for more money, many puppy parents prefer the puppies with color. Which brings us to why we have Coton and Havanese puppies for sale---WE LOVE THEM!!!
Purchasing a puppy is a huge investment and it is important to choose the right place from whom you will be guaranteed to buy a healthy and well-rounded puppy. Important things to consider are:
* FIRST, ARE THE DAMS AND SIRES DNA TESTED TO MEET OFA STANDARDS
*Are the puppies raised in a loving, doggy oriented home
*Are the puppies fed a high protein diet with vitamin and mineral supplements
*Have the puppies been given superior health benefits such as Vet checks, vaccinations and deworming's
*Have the puppies had copious amounts of social interaction with other animals and people
* Have the puppies received Early Neurological Stimulation
*Have the puppies be exposed to the Puppy Plan Rules of 7
NEW CANYON HAVANESE puppies are given all the above, and more. Take a look at our picture gallery and you will see the wonderful social interaction with other animals, each other and people.
Our dogs are raised in our home with our constant interaction. They are loved constantly. New Canyon Havanese are whelped in our bedroom and kept there for their first couple of weeks. They then move into our living room where they are the center of our activities and are exposed to many sights, sounds and stimulating activities. At 6 weeks old they move into a Nursery area that is part of our home and contains a doggy door and protected access into the backyard. We also have kennels that are climate controlled and exceed AKC requirements that are used when visiting dogs need to be isolated, or females are in heat and the males need a separate area to be kept safely for a few days.
New Canyon Havanese feeds all our dogs with a superior, high protein dog food free choice with a high quality vitamin and mineral supplement. All our pregnant and nursing moms along with our puppies receive daily a home-made gruel made of eggs, veggies, brown rice, beef, chicken, high protein puppy food and added vitamins and minerals. When our puppies are ready for adoption they have been weaned to a high quality, grain-free, commercial puppy food.
New Canyon Havanese has many years of experience and is available after the sale for as many years as needed for advice and help with your adopted puppy.
Visitors are always welcome, and encouraged. You may, with an appointment, visit our kennel and see and hold and play with our puppies. We require that you have not been around any other kennels or un-vaccinated dogs wearing the same un-washed clothing you wear the day of your visit and we require shoes off and hands sanitized before handling our dogs.
If you are purchasing your puppy to breed or show, we will need to make arrangements to meet and talk. Preserving the purity of the Havanese and Coton breeds is a top priority and is not taken lightly. Please tell us your intentions on our contact form. Otherwise, the adoption contract requires that you spay or neuter your adopted pup.
Our puppies are bred for the best qualities. Our puppies are evaluated in order to perfect and preserve the special qualities of the amazing Havanese and Coton de Tulear breeds. Those that are of Show Quality or Breeding Quality and are sold for that purpose will be priced higher. Wonderful puppies that would be better as pets are still AKC Registered and have Health guarantees and are sold at the pet price. Pet prices range nationally between $2,000.00 and $3,000.00 depending upon the pedigree, the color and the breeder.
Your puppy will be priced accordingly and the price will be discussed with you when you are ready to choose your puppy.
We require a $400.00 USD REFUNDABLE Deposit to hold a puppy of your choice. Idaho law requires us to collect 6% Sales Tax.
We do NOT ship our puppies alone. We encourage you to come and personally pick out your puppy; however, you may pick your puppy by picture and we can deliver your chosen puppy to you free of charge depending upon your location. If you are located beyond our delivery range we are willing to fly with your puppy to you and will expect payment for the puppy and any possible delivery charges in advance We do this often! You may also fly to our airport (SLC) and we will meet you there with your puppy. Arrangements can be made for delivery or pickup after you have decided to purchase a puppy.
Our service area includes California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Montana, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming; However, we have sold and delivered puppies as far away as Italy, Canada, Alaska, Texas, Hawaii, Washington DC, New York, Illinois and Florida.
Link to the Havanese in American Kennel Club
Link to the Havanese Club of America