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New puppy pics!! 5weeks old.

Hi everybody, just wanted to share new pictures of litter i will choose from. Here are the boys!
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And here are the girls!

Havent met them yet, but that sable boy sure gets my attention lol. The first girl is very small, and the breeder is actually a little worried about her
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2 more of the black and white boy:)

Shows his markings He has nice long hair already...
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Brody and I are still voting for the B&W boy! (but they are all adorable)

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They are adorable. Good luck with your selection. Will the breeder be recommending according to temperament, personality, gender, etc. or are you just picking the one you want? I hope the breeder will give you guidance. Bet you're counting the days.


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DON'T pick based on color... especially if it's your first. What ever color you end up with will quickly become "the best". Also remember that that sable puppy will probably be mostly white at a year, and close to all white by 2 years. He's already very light.

Have the breeder help you pick the personality that will fit best into your family! Girls vs. boys doesn't matter much either with this breed! I was very lucky to get my Kodi, because his breeder had a waiting list for girls, and then ended up with a litter of 5 boys!!!


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Yeah i definitely will be getting the breeders input! I want a calm, medium energy, sociable pup I have had dominant dogs before, and i can deal with that....but i don't want to lol. I have little grandchildren who visit from time to time, so it is important to pick a medium energy who doesnt seem too fearful or shy and one who is sociable.
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Yeah i definitely will be getting the breeders input! I want a calm, medium energy, sociable pup I have had dominant dogs before, and i can deal with that....but i don't want to lol. I have little grandchildren who visit from time to time, so it is important to pick a medium energy who doesnt seem too fearful or shy and one who is sociable.
I don't think I've heard of a truly "dominant" Hav. (and not sure I believe in it in other breeds, though I know some breeds can be willful) But, unfortunately, although there SHOULDN'T be fearful or shy Havs, there are some, and you are wise to avoid those if they will be spending time with children.


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I had a Pekinese with very dominant tendencies and read the book Leader of the Pack which helped her tremendously! Toy breeds often are allowed to get away with things you would never let a large breed get away with. Amy breed can have dominant dogs. Its not a bad thing, you just have to know how to make them understand that they are not the alpha in your 'pack' then they relax and get over it. Willfullness can be dominance. Little things demonstrate you are the leader, such as being the one to initiate play time, being the first to walk through a door, letting your dog up on furniture or bed only by invitation. Its not about you being aggressive or stern in ANY way. Its all about your attitude. But, some dogs are not dominant, like my Daisi She is a dogue de bordeaux. But i'll tell you what, i had two englush mastiffs and a pekinese, amd far as the dog pack was concerned, that little peke ruled the roost lol! I have read tbough that Havanese really dont have much tendency toward dominance.
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they are all so precious! looking forward to seeing "yours"

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