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The Care We Provide

Melinda R. Castillo
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Before you adopt a puppy from us, please look into the proper care of a new puppy.  This especially goes for T-cup and Toy sizes.  New puppies need plenty of water, sleep and their food close by at all times. We have provided you with the following links to help you have a positive experperience with your new puppy. 
Also please read the one about Parvo.  I found this one to be very interesting and helpful.


Do you have what it takes to be a Chihuahua Owner? Click on these words and find out for your self.

Household Medications for pets. The following is a list of common household human medications that can be used on pets. These Medications can be especially useful if you can't reach a veterinarian. Click on the words to view.

Want to know about parvo and it's signs. Click on these words to find out.

Why do dogs eat feces? Click on these words to find out.


A health blood test is done to most of our T-cup puppies.  The test will tell us if kidney, liver, sugar, blood count, and other organs are working right in the puppy.  This test helps us determine if your puppy is ready for shippment.
We also ship t-cup puppies 10 to 12 weeks old after it has been eating on it's own.
We like to know it's own imune system has kicked in.


Six slides are inserted into this machine.  Each slide helps us determine how your puppy's organs are working.  It is one more service that we provide to ensure you are receiving a healthy puppy.


This is Sonya's chihuahua getting her rabies shot.  She was a brave little girl the whole time.  She also got to run around in the vet's office. She stood beside me the whole time while other puppies got their rabies shots and Health Certificates. .

We will try to help you as much as we can.  We do expect you to take your puppy to the vet within 24 hours from the time of arrival.  We ask that you communicate with us as much as possible.  We want you to be happy with your pet.  If you run into any medical problems,  please render all medical attention to your puppy.  You are the new owner.  It is not easy taking care of tiny t cup or toy puppies.  They need feeding every 3 to 4 hours.  I usually leave the food with them at all times and limit the time they play. Tiny T cup or toy breeds puppies are prone to hypoglycemia.  They do eventually grow out of this stage, but it can be very scary for a new owner who has never experienced this. We ask that you read as much as you can before you purchase a small breed, and learn about the risks and precautions you should take to avoid them. You should also buy a $7.00 tube of Nutri-cal at your local pet store. Having Nutri-cal around could save your puppy's life. Read and follow the directions on the box. We are not responsible for hypoglycemia, nor does any other breeder guarantee against this.  This is the reason we like to ship our puppies 10 to 12 weeks old.  It is less likely to happen at this stage.  Each puppy will get their health certificate and shot record before they leave.

We give our puppies the best of care in our nursery.
Our goal is to provide you with a healthy puppy for life.


Your puppies heart, temperature, and ears will be checked before it leaves. We will notify you before your puppy leaves on the status of the vet report.  If there is something wrong with your puppy, you may change your mind with a 100% refund before it is ship to you. Otherwise if your puppy is perfectly healthy and you change your mind, we will keep 50% of the deposit for holding your puppy. The fee may be credited towards another puppy only for 1 year. We never refund any money.

We can never give enough advice on the importance of buying a Toy or Tea-cup puppy over 10 to 12 weeks. By this time they are eating well. Tiny Chihuahuas, Yorkies, and Pomeranian T cups usually suffer from hypoglycemia. Tiny puppies need to be fed every 3-4 hours. Frequent feeding will keep their blood sugar stabilized. If you do not monitor your puppy and feed your puppy every 3-4 hours, hypoglycemia can occur. Puppies under 10 weeks of age are more prone to hypoglycemia. To avoid this, it is best to buy a tiny puppy that is older than 10 weeks. NO breeder will guarantee against hypoglycemia.  It is the new owners responsibility to avoid this condition. No matter how cute and adorable the puppy is, please be sure you can afford the time and money that is required to care for such small animals. If you have any doubt about your ability or willingness to care for a tiny puppy, please reconsider purchasing one.
Breeder is not responsible for any vet bills incurred. 

Hi                                                          11/14/04
         It has wonderful experience geting a puppy from  you, when my family, and I
  decided we wanted a Tiny Pom, I began the hunt !!! I spoke with many, many people,and despite the beauty of the puppy... If I didn't feel comfortable I moved on, but God answered my prayer's, and you answered my your phone. You, are definetly the most professional,
and, caring. Thank you soooooooooo much for the sweetest most loving
puppy ever.... she is so friendly, and just love's everybody, I know
you gave her ton's of love,and affection. Thank You! Thank You!
I will call you when we are ready for our next puppy.
        Nikki Texi Tercero,
    send's her love .                                    
The Tercero's

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