AVAILABLE PUPPIES

 I do not have any puppies currently. Now accepting deposits for Winter/Spring 2023 litter(s). Pet puppies are $2,000 (limited AKC reg./ non-breeding rights). Deposits are $300, they are applied to the total, and they are non-refundable. Deposits can be mailed or sent through PayPal. Early deposits are recommended due to limited availability.  

All of our puppies come with a detailed health record, health guarantee (at the bottom of the page), AKC registration paperwork, and puppy food. They will have 4 sets of NeoTech vaccines, dewclaws removed, and thoroughly de-wormed before leaving for their new homes. Microchipping is available upon request. Every puppy is handled from birth and is well socialized. They are also Super Dog Imprinted. Scroll down on this page to read more about this program. 

 

 From time to time, I have retired adult beagles that are available for loving homes. If interested, please feel free to contact me. 

 If you have any questions or picture requests you can contact me at 478-785-9038, or email me at: bauerbeagles@gmail.com

Thank you for your interest, God Bless.

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Tactile Stimulation: While the puppy is held in one hand the handler will gently touch /tickle the puppy between the toes on one foot using a Q-tip.  It’s not necessary to see the puppy feel the tickle.

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Upward Position: Hold the puppy with both hands with it’s head straight up, so that the head is directly above the tail.

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Downward Position: Hold the puppy with both hands in a firm grip, and reverse the head so it’s pointing down (to the ground).

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Supine Position: Hold the puppy on it’s back in the palms of both hands, making sure it’s muzzle is facing up towards the sky.  The puppy is allowed to sleep struggle.

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Thermal Stimulation: Place the puppy (feet down) on a damp towel that has been refrigerated for 5 minutes.  Do not restrain the puppy from moving and do not let the puppy stay on the towel over 5 seconds.

Do not repeat these exercises more than once a day and do not extend the stimulation time, over stimulation can have adverse results.

The result of this early neurological stimulation is a puppy who is better able to handle the stress of life, both mental and physical. It also makes for an outgoing puppy who is more eager to please its owner. This program makes a real difference in the personality of the puppy.

 

Benefits of Stimulation

These five benefits listed below were observed in dogs that were exposed to the stimulation exercises.

  1. Improved Cardio Performance

  2. Stronger Heart Beats

  3. Stronger Adrenal Glands

  4. More Tolerance to Stress (being calmer and less whining)

  5. Greater Resistance to Diseases and Certain Forms of Cancer

 

To read the full article on the ‘Super Dog’ stimulation go to, www.breedingbetterdogs.com, by Carmen Battaglia, PhD.

Health Guarantee

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