Du Prairie Puppy Page
Announcing Heilig and Mr. Darcy’s litter born March 23rd, 2019. There are seven puppies, five males and two females. The puppies are nicknamed after the movie characters from the Fantastical Beast. All puppies are thriving. The pictures below are of the puppies at 4 weeks.
Queenie is a very relaxed puppy, quiet, calm and engaging. Available.
Tina love to be held and snuggled. Contented and alert. Reserved.
Jacob is a lovey kind of boy. He enjoys being held and pampered. Available.
Newt is thoughtful and knows what he likes. Tends to be independent minded. Will make a great chore dog. Available.
Credence is a teddy bear. Likes to be securely held. Pretty content. Reserved.
Theseus is quite like his sire, Mr. Darcy. He likes to be securely held and lets us know when he is out of his comfort zone. Reserved.
Albus is calm and enjoys being held. He is personable and knows his own mind. Reserved.
For more about the Dam, Helig, see duPrairieHeilig
For more about the Sire, Mr Darcy, see duPrairieDarcy
Du Prairie Farm English Shepherds are outstanding dogs that excel at farm and livestock chores as well as canine sports, family companions and watch dogs. Ultimate care is given to the parents and puppies which create a stable minded, healthy, all-purpose English Shepherd.
Only excellent temperaments, highly intelligent, healthy English Shepherds are considered for our breeding program. Litters are limited each year to ensure plenty of individual love and attention. Each puppy is acclimated to a variety of things so they are ready for their new families at 8 weeks old.
Du Prairie Puppies are raised to be:
· well socialized, happy and attentive to people and their needs
· enjoy children and adults
· display herding instincts, good for a variety of livestock or canine games
· personable and tolerant
· listen well and follows closely
· courageous and confident, yet not dominate, bossy or aggressive
· intelligent, sensitive, all-purpose English Shepherd, exceptional companion and watch dog
· parents and grandparents with remarkable hip scores, all are MRD1 n/n
· 1st puppy vaccine, dewormed twice before leaving our family
· registered litter with UKC
Our puppies are born in hour home where we can handle them all day long. We move the litter to our attached garage so daily romps are easy and they share it with a few baby goats too. That is pretty entertaining for them and good early training with livestock---just licking milk off faces and hearing/seeing how goats are. We have garage cats too, that help the puppies become familiar with critters. These two are ready to go to their new families where they will be happy for all their lives. They have so much to offer an individual or family. They could easily be on a farm or hobby farm, or in suburbia if given play time and training and a job to do.
Bill and Teri Knox