I have five Chihuahuas which are also my beloved pets these are kept indoors as a big part  of our family

Taz - my Chocolate,Tan and White Stud boy.

Pippa - Neutered Cream and White girl

Kiki - Chocolate and Tan girl.

Lucy Lou - Tan and White girl

BOUNTY - Chocolate and White

My puppies are raised in my living room for several weeks so they are well socialised. They have plenty of interaction with the family and get used to all household noises.

They are wormed with Panacur on a regular basis and flea treated

Before leaving for their new homes all my puppies will be Kennel Club Registered, Health checked by my Vet, Fully Vaccinated, microchipped and insured. A goody bag will also be given to the new owner comprising of money off vouchers of their current food, a blanket,a toy and puppy pads to help settle them in.

Chihuahuas thrive on Human company so would like my babies to go where someone is at home most of the day.

The Chihuahuas origin is debatable, it is thought they may have come originally from China. They do however, take their name from the Mexican State of Chihuahua where in 1895 they first came to prominence. 

Not long after, they reached El Paso in Texas where American dog lovers refined the breed to a high Toy position. 

This breed is the smallest in the world and aptly described as cheeky with a saucy expression, they leave you in no doubt that they think they are a big dog, at heart they are.

Their size makes it easy to take them anywhere. They are highly intelligent, easily trained and make a delightful and faithful companion.

They make an ideal pet, happy to be a much loved lap dog and also a good house dog announcing the approach of strangers.

There are two types of Chihuahua, Long and Smooth coat, each have their own traits and both are equally easy to keep clean and well groomed.

My council Licence which I was given after being inspected by my local council due to the new law which come into force October 1st 2018. This is to deter back yard breeders who sell puppies in horrendous conditions and to stop so called puppy farming.
All my dogs are used to being around young children, however they need to be supervised at all times.
Lucy Lou



      PAWSAROSA ITSINHISKISS(Ralph) - BOOKED by Chelsea from Pembroke

                                              (Chocolate & Tan Male)


            PAWSAROSA IMANGINATION(Alfie) - BOOKED by Sue from Somerset

                                              (Chocolate & Tan Male)

    PAWSAROSA INFATUATION(Mia) - BOOKED by Chris from Ferndale

                                          (Chocolate & Tan Female)   

             PAWSAROSA IRRESISTIBLE ROSIE(Rosie) - BOOKED by Diane from Weobley

                                                         (Chocolate & Tan Female)

                                    TEDDY - DADDY TO ABOVE PUPPIES
                                                                   PEE PO
Getting plenty of interaction with the grand children - always under supervision

In the play pen having cuddles