Growing up, the family pet was a Bichon Frise, and Janae has been active with breeding, boarding, grooming and rescue of Bichon since 1993, through the Bichon Frise Get Away and Rescue Ranch Home of Fuzzypups
(now known as Fuzzypups!) in Parker, Colorado.
Our goal is that you come out and meet our puppies and find that not just one, but all of them will be a perfect family pet, making your biggest challenge that of deciding which puppy to take home*.
Because this is a profession, and not a hobby, we place the Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier and Havanese puppies in partnership with a respected and knowledgeable breeder.
Clem has raised Wheatens since 1985 and Havanese since 1997. Clem is a retired UKC & APRI show judge. He breeds family pets focusing on health and dispositions. He has attended over 200 canine health seminars and can provide references of puppy owners in nearly every state and many foreign countries. He won the Nebraska small animal breeders award in 1992. He has also been pro-active with the State of Nebraska legislature insuring that dogs as well as good breeders are properly providing laws that protect the industry.
Puppies are socialized by adults as well as his grandchildren.
*In the case of a special need, puppies are hand picked with Clem's assistance on special order to make sure that your family gets a dog that can work for your needs.
We are a household of 6. Myself (Janae) and my partner Walter. Our 4 children are Julia, Cassidy, Maxx and Isz. Maxx and Isz have always had a love of animals. However Cassidy and I have allergies and athsma, so a non-shedding pet is a necessity in our household. Add to Maxx needs, Isz now 10, is ADHA and has sensory processing/integration disorder. (of course opposite of his big brother). So we had a lot to consider in finding a pet for us, especially when considering one we can train for a service dog. After years & years and lots & lots of research, I finally decided I just needed bigger Bichon Havanese. Boom! Soft Coated Wheaten, from Clem were the answer.
Hello! A little about our family. I was raised with the Bichon Frise as a child in the 1990's. Then as an adult we moved into the Havanese, the 'Bichon of Cuba'. I am a household of 6. Myself and partner Walter as well as our 4 children: Julia, Cassidy, Maxx & Isz. Maxx has always had a love of animals, this is when I realized a service dog would benefit him greatly! For my household it was not simply we have 6 bodies to consider. Maxx as I told you autistic among lots of other Dx (diagnosis), Isz now 10 is ADHD, sensory processing/integration disorder (of course opposite of his big brother though), anxiety as well as some things tbd, cassidy & i have severe allergies, in addition I also have asthma. So as you can see we had a lot to consider for a service dog. After years & years & lots & lots of research I finally decided I just needed a bigger havanese. Boom! Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier.