Please take some time to check out these curated resources. These are recommended resources for all of our prospective and current puppy families.
Research-based protocol that we use for vaccinating our dogs/puppies. We encourage our families to have educated discussions about vaccinations with their pet's veterinarian.
Here is a good general list of supplies for preparing for the homecoming of your puppy.
We feed Farmina Ancestral Grains. However, there are many quality foods out there. Dog Food Advisor looks critically at them all, and rates based on quality of ingredients. If you sign up for their mailing list, they will alert you if there is a recall on your brand--very useful!
We require all companion homes spay/neuter their puppy at an appropriate age. However, we would like our puppy families to be aware of the pros and cons, and to not spay/neuter too early.
We provide early neurological stimulation to each of our puppies in hopes that it will help them become resilient, well-adjusted puppies.
Our mission is to promote the health and welfare of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease.
Havanese Gallery is an open pedigree and picture database project. The purpose of the website is to collect and share as much pictures and information about the Havanese as possible to provide a useful tool for breeders and lovely pictures to the enthusiasts of the breed.
Happy Paws Havanese is a member of the American Kennel Club.
Havanese Rescue Inc, (HRI) is an independent charitable organization that has been rescuing Havanese and Havanese-mix dogs in need since 2004.
The Havanese Club of America works to encourage and promote quality in the breeding of purebred Havanese and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection.
We are a member of our local havanese club, the North Star! Established in 2002 to serve the interests and stewardship of local purebred Havanese and the people who love them.