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EVER x EPIC

Mini American Litter

Puppies born Saturday September 30th 2023

Ready to go to new homes around November 24/25

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Updated and New pictures April 18th 

Please Understand I am not a pet store open for visits. I do not allow people to visit, shop and make inspirational decisions based on looks or 1 simple interaction with a puppy. A puppy from me is a life long commitment and I take my placements very seriously. Not only do I need to know you will care for the puppy, I need to know you want to work with ME as a breeder and you want to be a part of the Stoverly family, not just hand me money and disappear. We care about each puppy we produce and we want to hear about their lives. If you are serious about this or another puppy please read over all the contracts, fill out the application and send it back to us with the application fee, this proves to me you are serious about working with me and not just shopping around. Once we receive it and go over it we will contact you to discuss if we feel this puppy is best or discuss why a different puppy may be a better fit. Once we agree, and we do need to agree, this is not a dictatorship but a partnership, we will make an appointment to get that puppy in for a vet visit and vaccine update and you may pick the puppy up the following weekend after it has it's vet visit. 

I am incredibly busy on a farm so I do not have the luxury of available time to entertain visitors who need to then go home and think things over. I do the "thinking" over emails and messages which I can answer on my own time, and visits are for picking up the puppy we have agreed is the best fit for your family. 

ACORN

BLACK TRI FEMALE #1                                                                                                                                                                                                $2500

Now 6.5 months old. My plain little girl with very little white. My favorite type of markings. I love this puppy and logically I do not need to keep her. Keeping her is selfish for my own desire and not because it's best for her. Also because my 6 year old grand daughter adores her and which grandma does not want to make the grand kids happy, but she needs to find a home of her own where she can thrive and be spoiled. I really want this puppy to go to a home with kids. She LOVES kids thanks to my grand daughters. Her perfect home would be a day care center in her mind but really a home with some kids who want a puppy to love and train would be ideal for her. I would feel very guilty sending her to an adult only home if there were not going to be kids in her life because she LOVES kids. Acorn is a pleaser and is always underfoot, you seriously could not loose this puppy if you tried and if you el me she wanders then you are clearly doing something very wrong. This puppy is hard to get pictures of because she always has 1.5 eyes on you and if you move she is right there by your side ready to go, so getting pictures when she is at your feet is a bit challenging. Outdoors this puppy is high energy like her mom and will likely always be very active outdoors wanting to chase a ball, play frisbee etc. In the house while she is still active she loves to cuddle which is not a typical female quality. Specially with my grand daughter she will curl up and watch cartoons for hours. She would be the type of puppy who could easily handle a special needs child who needed a puppy to sit with them to help calm them and redirect them. I would not say that about most puppies but what I have seen in her is fantastic that way. She is sensible, in tune and very eager to please. Crate trained, amazing off leash, well socialized, good with the other dogs, the free range chickens. I can't say anything negative about this puppy. She is small, if she hits 25 pounds I'd be very very shocked. She could also go on to be a height type dog for sports, her active ancestors would support that lifestyle if it came along. But at the end of the day she will also make a good family pet for an active and engaged family who wants a 4 legged shaddow.  Like all my puppies I would not say they are pet home house trained. She is good in the house but I leave my back door open a lot, so that puppies and expectant or new moms who may not have great bladder control can just come and go in the fenced area as they want, I don't stick to one area of the house so I may not always see someone "asking". This is easier for me. I also don't stay put for long, I am always in and out of the house tending to the farm and other chores and the dogs all know if I go out they are welcome to follow me, and she does. So with this lifestyle I do not have accidents, but if I left the door closed and went and sat on the couch for a few hours, I am pretty sure accidents would happen because they don't understand how to get the door to open for them to go outside. 

Acorn is more than ready for the perfect family, so if this sweet girl interests you feel free to reach out. 

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