On the 13th of September 11 puppies were born at Valkar Aussies in the Czech Republic! For more details just have a look on the website of Valkar Aussies!
Our puppies are born in the house and will spend their whole puppyhood with a constant contact to our family. They will grow up within a pack of dogs and will learn right from the beginning how to behave towards the "uncles and aunts". They will be confronted with many different people both old and young. In our big garden they will have the chance to meet various other types of animals like cats, ducks, rabbits, sheep and horses.
Right from the beginning we will watch each single pup intensivly to find out as much as possible about its character and so to find the right people for it. From the forth week on interested people can visit the puppies whenever they want. Just give us a ring in advance. We are very much interested in future buyers, spending as much time as possible with their pup to get to know it. Also announced visitors who only want to get some information about the breed or want to see an Aussie "live" are welcome. In general we would like to have as early contact as possible with the interested people and maintain that contact for as long as possible. At any time we are prepared to answer your questions and to help you with all sorts of problems. As well as that at any time we will take back a dog being born in our kennel.
The pups will be wormed regularly. A vaccination will happen in agreement with the future owners. Between the 6th and 7th week the pups will be ophtalmologically checked. We feed our dogs with high quality dry food as well as raw beef, because we found out that they accept a wide range of food without any problems. We will do the same with the puppies so that every future owner can then decide without any problems in which direction to feed.
Leaving our house between the 8th and 9th week every pup will get the following:
- A folder with copies of all the documents and photos of the parents.
- A certificate of the result of the eye inspection of the puppy.
- A feeding plan as well as hints on rearing and training your puppy.
- A CD with all puppy photos from the first day.
- A dry food ration for the first couple of days.
Obviously we will help you filling the documents and if you should need any help contacting ASCA etc. just let us know.
All puppies, only with the exception of a few carefully chosen ones (please ask about that matter) will be placed with a "not for breeding" in their registration papers for the safety of the breed and the single dog. This means no reduction in value of the dog! It is just there to prevent all rashly or incautiously breeding with the offspring. Breeding and registering with ASCA is very easy and there is no control of the dogs or breeders. The "not for breeding" is the only possibility for the serious breeder to keep an eye on his offspring. This option can be abolished by the breeder at any time. The difference between the "not for breeding" registration papers and the usual ones is only, that offspring from a dog with this option may not be registered with ASCA.
Otherwise there is no restriction in shows, trials etc.
Breeding prospects are generally given away with co-ownership, which means that the breeder has got to be informed about all breeding plans of this dog.
For further information please call or send us an e-mail.