Fort Worth, Texas 76148
A Puppy’s Prayer
Treat me kindly, my beloved friend, for no heart in all the world is more grateful for kindness than the loving heart of me. Do not break my spirit with a stick, for though I might lick your hand between blows,your patience and understanding will more quickly teach me the things you would have me learn.
Speak softly to me, for your voice is the world's sweetest music, as you must know by the fierce wagging of my tail when your footstep falls upon my waiting ear. Keep my pan filled with fresh water, for I cannot tell you when I suffer thirst. Feed me clean food, that I may stay well, to romp and play and do your bidding, to walk by your side, and stand ready, willing and able to protect you with my life, should your life be in danger.
And my friend, when I am very old, and I no longer enjoy good health, hearing and sight, do not make heroic efforts to keep me going. I am not having fun. Please see that my trusting life is taken gently. I shall not leave this earth without knowing with the last breath I draw that my fate was always safest in your hands.
AKC Texas Diva Chihuahuas puppies are now available! 817-503-0008
Available Chihuahuas have had their first immunization and have been wormed.
Chihuahua pups are x-small, and wee-wee pad trained.
Please fill out puppy application on the about us page.
As a breeder of Chihuahuas, it is my responsibility to make sure that a puppy that I have bred be placed in the most appropriate environment.
Chihuahua pups will be ready very soon!
AKC Texas Diva Tiny Long and Smooth Coat Chihuahuas.
Puppies are AKC Registerable; Parents are extraordinary, with beautiful coats and great personalities. All my puppies are given their first puppy worming at 3-4-5 weeks of age. Puppy injections are given at six weeks of age. (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, Coronavirus). Males are the best loving companion in my option. All you need to do is get them fixed before they lift their leg. The males will continue to squat to pee.
This is article from the AVMA and they are completely correct. Dew claws do NOT need to be removed. It was done traditionally only in the hunting and sporting breeds to avoid them getting caught in the brush. That tradition is carried out by breeders to this day. But it's cosmetic now and NOT medically necessary unless the dog develops a real medical issue ( bad break, infection or tumor) .
I do not like doing any more trauma to a puppy than absolutely has to be done if any at all..........thats my two cents worth!
Chihuahuas are prized for their devotion and personality. Their alertness, intelligence and size make them easily adaptable to a variety of environments, including the city and small apartments, and they often live fifteen years or more. While Chihuahuas are often thought of as high-strung and fragile, correct training and socialization can result in an outstanding companion animal.
Chihuahuas are not well-suited as small children's pets because of their size and physical fragility. Many Chihuahuas focus their devotion on one person, becoming overly jealous of that person's human relationships. However, this can be mitigated by thorough socialization. Chihuahuas also tend to have a "clannish" nature, often preferring the companionship of other Chihuahuas over other dogs. On the other hand, Chihuahuas seem to have no concept of their own size, and may fearlessly confront larger animals, which can result in injury.
Dressed for the Cold: Many Chihuahuas are sensitive to the cold due to their small body size. Chihuahua owners often dress their dogs in sweaters or coats in cold weather.
As a breeder of Chihuahuas, it is my responsibility to make sure that a puppy that I have
bred be placed in the most appropriate environment, as such, I would ask you to complete the following questionnaire to give me a better idea of your family, your lifestyle, and how a puppy will fit into it.
Our breeding program is centered around the betterment of this versatile breed and the promotion of responsible dog ownership. Purchasing a puppy is not something that should be done on a whim but should involve much research and planning. Be prepared to assume the financial responsibility of care for a puppy including inoculation, vet care, good quality food, and licensing, etc.
I have always been a dog lover, especially the little ones. I've been breeding toy dogs for over 18 years. I live in beautiful Watauga, Texas. I raise happy, healthy, quality babies for you to love and become members of your family.
All of my adult dogs meet the standard for the breed & are in good health. My facilities are clean and my dogs are well cared for and loved, I never have a problem with showing anyone around, there are no closed doors here. I do not sell to pet stores or wholesale my puppies.
I also do not sell to breeders that I have not checked out and approve of. I work very hard to raise these little babies that I'm responsible for bringing into this world, I owe them the best possible homes. I want you to be happy with your new friend, but above all, I want the pup to be happy and safe in their new home.
I don't think a breeders part should stop when you leave with your puppy, I'll be there if you have any questions.I will be happy to provide you with references.Again, thank you for visiting and I look forward to speaking with you.
Most puppies, just like babies, have a soft spot on the top of their head. This is especially true of the tiny ones. It normally closes in the first year and a half, but until it closes, its extremely important to protect that spot from injury. To help prevent injury, keep your puppy from bumping his head and playing too rough. In addition, don’t allow anyone to touch the soft spot. The Chihuahua is the only breed that a soft spot can be normal. an "open fontanelle". As far as it being a hereditary condition, yes it is. The open fontanelle/molera is actually considered a sign of purity in Chihuahua's and it's in their breed standards..