Currently, we have one beautiful and adorable female puppy (just 6 months old). She is out of two champion parents, has been well socialized, and has begun crate training. Both parents have all health testing done, including upper airway scoping. I am screening for suitable homes now. If you are interested in this delightful little red girl, please fill out the preliminary questionnaire and I will get back to you.
I only breed for the purpose of improving the breed and then keep what I need to improve as I proceed. There are often other puppies in a litter that would qualify as show puppies but they are sold as pets at a pet price. My puppies are available to pet homes only. All puppies are sold on Limited Registration (not for reproductive purposes). Inquiries welcome. If I don't have something for you, I will do my best to point you in the right direction.
Be aware that not all Norwich on the internet are legitimate ones. While prices may seem more reasonable, you need to be aware there are unscrupulous people selling non AKC registered puppies or even crossbreeds which are passed off as purebred. Please follow this link to the information about "faux Norwich" from the Norwich Terrier Club of America website. There is a wealth of information on the NTCA website. Be informed before you buy.
Why buy from a show breeder? Please read before inquiring about puppies. It will give you a much better idea of who I am and what I do. I am very particular about where my puppies go. You will need to fill out the form below and I will send you a questionnaire. We can then speak by phone. My first responsibility is to my puppies. After all, I brought them into this world and in taking care of them, I will also take care of you. A good breeder supports you for the life of your dog.
Typically, PET Norwich puppies range in price from $3500 to $4500. Beware of puppies priced less. To do this responsibly, there are expenses such as quality veterinary care, nutritious food, and most importantly, health testing of parents.
Buy from a breeder who health tests. Ask about that, no matter who you buy from. Testing parents and carefully breeding are the best a responsible breeder can do to improve the health of our breed. All dogs have health issues, both purebred and non-purebred. It is important to realize that responsible breeders of purebred dogs can track the health of their breed for many generations and work diligently to improve that. This is the advantage of a purebred vs. non-purebred. We do have generations of data to monitor.
Feel free to fill out the preliminary questionnaire below, and I will get back to you. Thank you! FYI, I am located in Northern Kentucky, just 13 miles south of Cincinnati, Ohio, and 20 minutes from Greater Cincinnati International Airport (CVG).
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