Tag Archives: retire

Transitions

Being a dog breeder is kind of like being a farmer 😉 How you may ask? Well, if we are going to continue raising these adorable Cavapoos (which we plan to!) we always have to be thinking ahead, planning for … Continue reading

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Planning ahead

As a dog breeder, I always have to be looking to the future; researching, planning, etc. I kind of compare it to a farmer. My father-in-law used to farm grapes and almonds. Plants and trees have to “retire” at some point, … Continue reading

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The hardest part

I get asked a lot if my puppy delivery day is the hardest. “I would get so attached to those puppies I wouldn’t be able to let them go” is voiced quite often. Of course, I love the puppies, but … Continue reading

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