Jet x Ruby Puppies ARE HERE

As of today, May 12, there is just 1 puppy available a wavy boy.  If you are interested in him read the About Getting a Puppy Page (link below the pictures) and fill out an application. Once I receive it I’ll get back to you.

This wavy boy is both active and sweet. One of the advantages of using the PuppyCulture protocol is that the puppies are resilient and bounce back when encountering new experiences. That. based on the excellent, solid temperaments of their parents mean these puppies, with the training necessary for any dog, should become well behaved, well-mannered adults.

If you are interested in a puppy from this litter please read Getting a Miraval Puppy and then fill out an application. (there is a link on that page.) 

Jet

Pulling his net in a water trial.

Miraval's Legend of the Future, CD, RN, CWD

A day at the beach

Jet is a healthy, active 14 year old who lives in the SF Bay Area. He started his therapy dog career at 4 months and got his first water title at 8 months. He was one of the youngest dogs to earn his Courier Water Dog title before he was 2.

 

 

Courier pouch exercise

In front of the Golden Gate Bridge

Health Testing

Jet, Miraval’s Legend of the Future CD, RV, CWDX
Normal for PRA, GM-1, JDCM, EOPRA, IC
OFA hips good.  (Some testing recently done will be submitted to OFA for listing on site.)

Ruby and her puppies 2017

Miraval's Over the Rainbow

Ruby loves retreiving!

That’s her mother and daughter behind her.

Ruby

Health Testing

Ruby,  Miraval’s Over the Rainbow
Normal for PRA, JDCM carrier.* GM-1, IC (clear by parentage) OFA hips good.
*Although Ruby is a JDCM carrier as long as she is bred to a dog that is clear (as Jet is) she won’t produce it.

Not only am I excited about this breeding, but these puppies already have a fan club of the owners of dogs in the pedigree.

Dora, CH Mariner Faladora do Miraval, CD, AX, AXJ, WWD, GROM wasn’t my first PWD, but she was the first that I felt was worth breeding. She’s both Jet’s mother and Ruby’s Great-great-grandmother.

She was a fabulous, driven worker and taught me a lot about training, showing, and what’s possible.

At the time she was bred to Ace (Jet’s father) she and Ace were the number 4 & 5 agility PWDs in the country. They both had great temperaments and were successful in a variety of dog sports.