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Moose Moose
Moose,is a sweet loveable 11 week old Bi-Blue sheltie boy with natural ears. He has the cutest white eyelashes that makes him look so adorable! His available as a pet/family companion on an AKC spay/neuter contract. He loves to play and be snuggled. He is on the quieter side for a sheltie. He is going to be a bigger boy. I prefer a quiet home with someone who would be there to spend time with him during the day. He is very doggie social and will play tag or chase a ball but he prefers to spend time with his ‘person’. 1st puppy shot is given, dews removed, wormed, and microchipped. He is busy learning about leash & crate training. Parents are fully Health tested & he comes with a 2 yr genetic health guarantee. FENCED yard is required. Call for more information.

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Billy Billy
 Billy, Creekside Emerald Coast Privateer, is a beautiful show quality, Bi-Black 4 ½ month old boy puppy. He currently is 14“ at 19 weeks old and will be between 15’ - 16” when fully grown. He is sweet, gentle, outgoing, very smart & wants to be with his people. Loves to snuggle, will cheer you on as you play & loves food! He has completed his puppy shots and is due for his rabies shot in a couple of weeks. He is microchipped, crate trained, mostly leash & partially house trained. He is being sold as a pet/family companion. He will also make someone a very wonderful family member. Sold on a spay/neuter contract & limited registration. Billy comes with a 2 yr genetic health guarantee. A FENCED yard is required. Call for more details.



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Keena
Keena
Keena, Creekside’s Tokeena Crossroads, is a Tri-color lady & is being retired. She is available as a pet/family companion. Keena is 5 yrs old, spayed (7/5/18), microchipped, house trained, crate & leash trained and a good traveler. She has her CHIC (#112601) from OFA (Hips-Good, Eyes-normal, vWD-clear, MDR1-Normal/Normal & DMS-Low Risk). She did participate in the show ring for a bit until she developed a noise sensitivity. She dislikes thunderstorms (or any sharp loud noise) & prefers to be in her crate during thunderstorm times and will pester you until she is. She just feels safer there. She will willing go in & stay there with the door open until the rain is over. Keena loves to snuggle on the couch or the bed, be brushed, is a fierce soccer ball player & popcorn affectionado. She might take a little while to adjust & a definite daily routine will help her adjust quicker. She loves to bark at the birds, hawks or squirrels that we have here at Creekside. She will ‘bop’ you on the cheek with her nose to give kisses and will also ‘tag’ you on the backside when she wants your attention. A FENCED yard is required as she has excellent structure & can ‘move’. Please note that she easily jumps over a fence under 4 feet. Baby gates or anything less than 4’ will not keep her safe. Call for more details.
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RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP STATEMENT

 

It's all about RESPONSIBLE PET OWNERSHIP. That is just it.

Responsible pet owners make sure their pets are fed and watered and have shelter (preferably in the house)
Responsible pet owners provide vet care.
Responsible owners have fenced yards and don't let their animals roam at large (cats too)
Responsible pet owners don't let their intact male dog breed or their intact female dog get bred without planning it.
Responsible pet owners only breed their animals if they choose to and will make sure every puppy has a home with another responsible pet owner.
Responsible pet owners will always take a puppy or dog back that they have bred.
Responsible pet owners keep their pets for their life or only place them in places they will be forever.
Responsible pet owners promote responsible pet ownership and breeding.

Breeders aren't the bad guys. Dog showing and cat showing is not bad. BEING AN IRRESPONSIBLE PET OWNER IS THE BAD THING. Remind everyone you know to be responsible before we lose our rights to even own animals.

Animal rights groups are working by the minute, hour and day to take away our rights. Stand up and show them they can't!
 
Author Shannalee Waller-Michalsky

 

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