My name is Duane Culp, and I noticed this post and since I am the owner of www.noahslittleark.com
, I thought that I would reply to this request... I hope this is acceptable etiquette on this forum. We have been breeding these wonderful little pups in our home since 1996. Yes, we do have a number of moma's, usually more than a dozen at any one time. We do this because it means that we do not have to breed them too often... typically our moms get a one year break in between breeding's. We also live on 5 acres, and have a great setup for the dogs (they take up a lot of our home). The pups are born in our bedroom, or in the nursery, and are cared for all day by myself, my helper, and my kids.
We are the only breeder that I know of that will actually pay for the majority of the cost of surgeries should any of our pups have a congenital issue arise. We also hand deliver our puppies and never ship them. We have customers all over the country as a result of this hand delivery process, and the quality of our puppies. We have hundreds of satisfied customers all over the country who are happy to speak with potential customers and let you know how their experience was with us and how great and healthy their puppies are.
If it will help to allay the concerns of some of you on this forum, I will be happy to have some of them join the forum and post a note regarding our services and puppies.
Please take a look at our puppies if you would like at http://www.noahslittleark.com/Availa...se_Puppies.cfm
or you can also view some on our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/noahslittleark
. We are presently having a cutest pet contest, and some of you may even want to post your puppy to see if you can win! Anyway, thanks for listening, and I hope this helps clear up and concerns about our puppies and us as a breeder, and by the way, we do CERF test all of our moms and dads (certificates can be seen when purchasing a puppy) as well as have the overall health, hearing, etc tested. So far we have had very healthy dogs with only 5 surgeries that we have paid for in 17 years. All of those dogs by the way are doing fine today as best we know also. Thanks for listening!