Cavapom, Boston Terrier Puppies for Sale Near Bangor NY

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Choosing the Right Puppy for Your Family

Cavapom

We here at Hopeful Dream Family Puppies, are here to help you choose the right puppy for your family.  Our Puppies are raised in a family environment, and our children play with them every day.  We will help you pick the puppy that will fit into your household best.

Come and check out all of our cute puppies that we currently have.

The Cavapom

This is such a cute puppy, let me tell you a little bit about him.  The Cavapom is a cross-bred or a hybrid dog, with one parent being a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and the other parent being a Pomeranian.  Both of the parents are pure bred dogs.

These dogs are very affectionate and are very playful.  The Cavapom is a quick learner, they respond to positive reinforcement.  Such as lots of praise and food rewards.

The Cavapom has a moderate energy level, that is very adaptable to their owners lifestyle.  If you live in an apartment, they will do very well there.

They love to go for walks, and meet new people and new dogs.  They love to sniff everything.  Just remember to keep them on a leash, because if they see a bird fly by, they will try and chase it.

Cavapom loves to play ball, or they are content laying on your lap soaking up all the attention that you will give them.  As you show your Cavapom love, they will show it right back to you.  So the Cavapom makes an awesome companion for anyone.

Boston Terrier

The Boston Terrier

The Boston Terrier originated in the United States.  In 1893 the “American Gentleman” was accepted by the American Kennel Club as a non-sporting breed.  When the Boston Terrier were originally developed, they were a cross between Bulldogs and a White Terrier.  They are one of the few truly all-American breeds, and are often referred to as the national dog of the United States.

The Boston Terrier are highly intelligent and are very easy to train, they can be very friendly, and outgoing.  So socializing your puppy is a good thing, as they love to meet new people.  They are small but think that they are mighty, he is very gentle breed, which makes for an awesome family dog.

Fun Fact:  Did you know that President Gerald Ford our 38th President grew up with 2 Boston Terriers, their names were Fleck and Spot.

Overheating

When the days are really hot and your Boston Terrier want to go outside, you can let him go out, but you will need to watch him closely.  Try to keep him off of the pavement and asphalt.  Asphalt will readily absorb’s the heat, and it becomes extremely hot.  These hot surfaces can hurt your dogs paws.

A Boston Terrier can get overheated, and this is something that you have to watch for when you live in hotter climate’s.  One sign that you Boston Terrier is becoming overheated is:  Weakness/Disorientation – common signs of weakness in dogs are difficulty walking, sitting down, or if he is having a hard time raising his head.  Another sign is Deep Labored breathing.

Cooling Down Your Dog

Keep fresh water outside, so when your dog want to get a drink he can.  Never force your dog to drink, as this could make him sick.  If you have a water bottle with you you, you can drizzle some water over his mouth and tongue.  This will help him a lot.

You can also wet a towel and place a cool wet towel on the back of your dog’s neck, and between his legs to help cool him down.

If you notice anything out of the ordinary call your Vet and have him seen right away.

Shibi-Inu

Shiba-Inu

The Shiba-Inu dog breed was originally bred to flush birds and small game.  This breed originated in Japan.  In 1954, and armed service family brought the first Shiba-Inu to the United States.  In 1979, the first recorded litter was born in the the United States.  According to the American Kennel Club this breed is considered in the non-sporting group.

This breed is an excellent companion dog.  The Shiba-Inu is an alert, courageous, bold and confident dog.  This particular dog loves to be socialized with others, he enjoys meeting new people, and other puppies.  It is very important to socialize them early on.  But remember when you are out on your walk you need to keep him on his lead, as he tends to get distracted when he sees a bird fly through.

A Shiba-Inu loves to get attention from you, he thinks that when you sit down in a chair that he needs to get some snuggle time in on your lap.  A male Shiba-Inu can weigh between 18-24 pounds, and a female can weigh between 15-20 pounds.

Shorikie

Shorkie

Look at that little face, how can you not fall in love with a Shorkie?  The Shorkie is a mix between a Yorkshire Terrier and the Shih Tzu, with both breeds being purebred.  A Shorkie is considered a pocket puppy!  

These little puppies love to snuggle with you, and sometimes they like to play ball also. These dogs are loyal to their owners.

They love to go out for walks, but not to fast. They enjoy meeting new people, and when they meet them they love to give kisses. They do like other dogs, but they can be a rascal if they get off of their lead. 

If you have children in the home, they will think that they have to carry this little one everywhere.  You may have to remind them that your puppy has to walk, so that they can build up their muscles.

These dogs are a true companion dog for anyone.  So please consider this breed if you are looking for a fun loving, companion.

Schnoodles

Schnoodle Litter Early Reservation

Come and check out our Schnoodles!  We had a new litter of puppies.  We only have 6 of these puppies right now.  We have 2 males and 4 females.  These little puppies won’t be ready to go to their forever homes until the end of March.

If you want to reserve your Schnoodle make your reservation now.  Before we are gone.  

In Conclusion:

Here at Hopeful Dreams Family Puppies, we are a family raising puppies.  Our children love playing with the puppies and they do so every day.  This makes for a happy, friendly puppy that loves people and will fit right in with any family.  Please feel free to reach out and contact us.

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