We are not a mega breeder, puppy mill or backyard breeder. We take great pride in the caring and well being of a few pets, our dogs are family.
We value quality over quantity.
We realize bringing a new pet into your family is an important decision and we take great pride in having your puppy prepared with lots of love, nutrition, and socializing with all ages of other dogs and people.
The remarkable pedigree of these puppies is more than 7 generations. They are PR and have been bred for the best temperament, conformity, agility, & intelligence.
The astounding pedigree is among the best you will find anywhere.
American Eskimo are from the Spitz family of dogs, you will hear them referred to as spitz, Eskimo or the endearing term Eskie.
Contrary to its name it has nothing to Eskimo heritage and culture. During the 19th century in America, the breed performed regularly in trick-dog acts, circus performers, prized for their beautiful appearance, stunning visual appeal, intelligence and agility.
A small to medium size Nordic type dog the American Eskimo Dog is known for its bright white coat, jet black points (lips, nose and eye rims) and erect triangular ears. The breeds white double coat consists of a short, dense undercoat, with longer guard hairs forming an outer coat that stands out from the body.
I have been breeding for a couple of years and can honestly say it is one of the most satisfying and rewarding experiences I have had the pleasure to be a participant of. The smiles on the pups and their new families has left an everlasting paw print on my heart. I receive lots of updated photos, and thank you texts, from grateful families and having “The best dog in the world!”
My mother and sister have bred dogs throughout my lifetime, I now have an opportunity, time, commitment, devotion to continue breeding, fulfilling is an understatement.
With a deep appreciation, love and respect of the American Eskimo, we will strive to breed for the betterment of the breed set by AKC standards.
We highly recommend and encourage you to look elsewhere for Eskimo puppies. Do the homework and Google searches. We are confident you will find your way back to our page, where you’ll find the best overall Eskimo puppies. Superior health, great temperament, sweetest loving best friends.
Our pets enjoy both large indoor and outdoor play areas. Open crates, free roaming in the house. We provide a safe loving environment. We get a lot of help from our granddaughters who adore all our pets, and shower them with affection, hugs, cuddles, brushing, dress up, and of course Eskimo kisses.
We spare no expense when it comes to the well being of our dogs and expect the same from you as prospective Eskimo puppy families. We do not have an adoption application, we prefer to get to know you via text, email, FaceTime and phone conversations.
Furthermore, it is in your best interest and investment to make sure this is the right pup is the right fit for you and your family, and home.
All of our puppies are priced competitively, toy size is more than mini.
toy puppies $3500
mini puppies $3000
A deposit will be non-refundable deposit is required, as a good faith effort on your behalf to one of our puppies. Upon receipt of deposit you can expect weekly updates and videos. FaceTime Google Duo messenger video calls.
THE WAIT LIST DOES NOT GUARANTEE A PUPPY. THE PUPPY PARENTS WHO PLACE DEPOSITS WILL BE FIRST AND THEN THE WAITLIST WILL BE CALLED. It may take a few litters, before your name is up for a puppy. Many times the puppies are sold before birth.
Thank you so much.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that calms the dog during childbirth ...
It is the hand that caresses her belly to calm her during contractions ...
A breeder's hand is the hand that makes the path free to let the pups be born easier ...
It is the hand that does not tremble and is under the blood to help a puppy in trouble.
A breeder's hand is the hand that breaks the puppies' bag if it is not broken after birth ...
It is the hand that helps rub and clean the puppies and help their breathing.
A breeder's hand is the one that tries to revive a puppy, but sometimes he has to give up when there is no heartbeat.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that cut the umbilical cord when the mother does not ...
In addition, the hand of the breeder is the one that weighs the puppy every day to see if everything goes well.
A breeder's hand is the hand that puts a puppy away closer to the mother while the mother looks at you full of confidence ...
The hand that rubs the chest, so that breast milk is activated ...
A breeder's hand is the one that rubs on his eyes and fights fatigue and sleeps after days without falling asleep.
It is the hand that gives milk bottles day and night when there is very little yield.
A breeder's hand is the one that brings the lost puppy back to the mother, the one who plays with the puppy to socialize, the one who teaches the puppy to switch to solid nutrition.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that takes care of the little ones when it does not go well with them
The hand of a breeder is the hand you have entrusted to your future puppy in the hope that it will go well.
The hand of a breeder is the hand that is ready day and night to answer all your questions if you have any questions about anything.
For all these and many other things, the next time you shake a breeder's hand, think of everything that hand has done with love.
Aspen and Seneca are both expected to have litters in beginning of 2021. They will be toy and mini size. Please check back often for updates.
We do offer nanny flight service with a local nanny with many years experience her name is Chaya(Kia). She can take up to 3 puppies at a time to help lower your cost.
We also offer nanny flight services with doggie delivery service.
WE LOVE BOTH OF THESE SERVICES, THEY PERSONALLY HAND DELIVER PUPPY FROM ME TO YOU.
Health Certificates for flights are required and are valid for only 10 days. We strive to coordinate all details. At times vets have a 3 week waiting period for appointments.
Puppy parents do fly out to Utah and pick up puppy themselves.
It comes down to personal preference.
I can pick you up at airport as well and drop you back off with plenty of time. You will need your own pet carrier. The airlines charge an additional fee for puppy as well.
The last few litters have flown to all corners of the United States.