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View Poll Results: HOW MUCH DID YOU PAY FOR YOUR PUREBRED HAVANESE?
less than $1000 12 11.01%
$1000 to $1499 17 15.60%
$1500 to $1999 26 23.85%
$2000 to $2499 31 28.44%
$2500 to $2999 29 26.61%
greater than $3000 2 1.83%
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I would guess about 250-300, but it would be considerably more than that if you include the puppies sired by her stud dog descendants.
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I would guess about 250-300, but it would be considerably more than that if you include the puppies sired by her stud dog descendants.
We talk about "influential sires" but rarely "influential dams". Twinkle would surely be considered one!!!


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We talk about "influential sires" but rarely "influential dams". Twinkle would surely be considered one!!!
I suppose that is because males tend to be able to potentially father more offspring than females can potentially bear offspring. But it is really equally shared in terms of resultant offspring.

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I vote : less than $1000

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I suppose that is because males tend to be able to potentially father more offspring than females can potentially bear offspring. But it is really equally shared in terms of resultant offspring.

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Yes, it is because the average fecund female probably has about 20 offspring give-or-take - 4-6 litters (and then, of course, the offspring of any of those that remain in the gene pool)

But it is not uncommon for a "popular sire" to father 10 times that many puppies. Sometimes after he is neutered or dead. And THAT becomes a genetic bottleneck, which can become a problem. No matter how nice an individual he might have been. Because it becomes very difficult to "breed around him" two or three generations down from there. I don't think that kind of genetic bottleneck has ever been seen with a bitch of any breed.


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I would guess about 250-300, but it would be considerably more than that if you include the puppies sired by her stud dog descendants.
Unbelievable! Priceless, for sure!

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I chose it because it literally means 'heart' and is commonly used for 'sweetheart/darling' so it seemed very apt for my baby girl .

I don't really know much about Havanese breeders here in Australia I'm sorry . She came from a NSW kennels, and had a terrible 12 hour journey involving a small plane, a storm, a huge unplanned layover in Sydney, then the long flight here to Adelaide, poor baby. We were beside ourselves by the time we actually held her and she was rather traumatised.

I think most Havanese breeders are in NSW actually. She came from Kerris Kennels and is one of the only two Havanese dogs I know , the other being a friend's dog, also from Kerris and the starting point for Corazon as it were.

She is 15 months old now, a lovely (if wilful) little dog!
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a lovely (if wilful) little dog!
I don't use the word "willful" for Ricky, at times he can be "defiant."


Last night, Momi and I were lounging, watching Netflix on the tele, It was about 8PM and Ricky had wandered over to his lounging bed to call it a night. He was scratching around on his bed meaning that he was preparing his "nest" for the night. Momi and I have a fake fur throw in that room that is soft and cuddly that we often use to cover up while watching TV. However, Ricky has commandeered that throw as belonging personally to him and no one uses it without HIS permission. So as Ricky was scratching around on his bed, I got up to retrieve the throw from the other sofa since neither Ricky nor Momi was using it. Ricky shot out of his bed like a rocket, jumped up on the sofa and sat in the middle of the throw, and stared at me with a big grin on his face! So I headed over to where his bed was, and like a rocket, he flew over and sat in the middle of HIS bed with a big grin on his face!

99% of the time, Ricky Ricardo is a "fair dinkum dog" though

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I don't use the word "willful" for Ricky, at times he can be "defiant."


Last night, Momi and I were lounging, watching Netflix on the tele, It was about 8PM and Ricky had wandered over to his lounging bed to call it a night. He was scratching around on his bed meaning that he was preparing his "nest" for the night. Momi and I have a fake fur throw in that room that is soft and cuddly that we often use to cover up while watching TV. However, Ricky has commandeered that throw as belonging personally to him and no one uses it without HIS permission. So as Ricky was scratching around on his bed, I got up to retrieve the throw from the other sofa since neither Ricky nor Momi was using it. Ricky shot out of his bed like a rocket, jumped up on the sofa and sat in the middle of the throw, and stared at me with a big grin on his face! So I headed over to where his bed was, and like a rocket, he flew over and sat in the middle of HIS bed with a big grin on his face!

99% of the time, Ricky Ricardo is a "fair dinkum dog" though

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When she is good (like Ricky, 99% of the time) she is very, very good. When she is bad, she is horrid. Just like the "Girl with the curl".


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