I normally produce one or two litters per year. Puppies are raised in a family environment and receive lots of exercise in fresh, country air in a large lawn with grass and trees. When selling puppies my greatest concern is placing them in a warm, loving home with lots of appropriate attention. I encourage owners to participate in obedience, agility, or other dog activities, feeling dogs should be developed to far more potential than just being ring trained or becoming idle pets.
At some time in the process of breeding any type of animal one is faced with the dilemma of dealing with the severely formed young that suddenly "emerged." These can occur in varying degrees of gravity, and no breeder is excluded from their occurrence. How we deal with these "surprises" can also vary. The following is a tribute to my little Boston "eye-opener" - GOODY.