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What to expect from Mt Carmel.
First off as proud as we are of all the puppies that are representing Mt Carmel, as pets and in public events, we know there is not a
single one that is perfect. There are going to be faults, conformation and even in character.
Our breeding history: We had our first litter in 2004 of 6 puppies all but two lived 8 to 10+ years. Since that first litter we waited for the right pair
that met strict health screenings taking almost 11 years to achieve. As well as being blessed with the opportunity to produce a litter that would
bring our line closer to reaching our phenotype. Years of being careful not to breed beautiful sweet and loved wolfhounds due to health or
serious conformation issues, all the money and time researching and being patient in our endeavors. We were finally prepared for our first two
litters of 2015 however we ended the year with 2 planed and one OOPS litter.
. We screened each and every home, we kept puppies till 10 weeks of age or older. We did Liver Shunt testing on each puppy. Between 5 and
6 weeks of age did carefully planed outings for socializing, collar and leash training. Every puppy left microchiped, fully vaccinated and wormed
except for rabies. Every puppy left with sales contract and co-ownership with breeders to ensure no indiscriminate breeding occurs. Every
puppy was personally delivered by the breeders to each new owner. Lots of traveling. We keep in contact with every puppy owner and
available for any crisis that may arise. Did we make any money? NO BUT OUR VET DID and we are still paying off debit we accumulated by
these beautiful puppies. That is all part of our commitment to improving the breed and trying to produce the healthiest and well adjusted
puppies we can. If you would like to know more please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through this website's contact form.
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