you possibly wish to have an PSPP of Your own?
I tell how do You have a possibility to have an PSPP (Perro
Sin Pelo Del Peru) and what do You have to take into consideration
in having one.
What is demanded from You and what do You get.
expecting an PSPP, You must be prepared for quite a lenghty
We make litters only when is interest towards buying a puppy.
PSPP is a breed accepted by FCI and therefore registered in
Finnish Kennel Club (FKC).
The breed has a right to be shown in shows arranged by FKC.
Agility and such hobbies are also possible if the hobbies
are the main reasons for you to own a dog.
puppy leaving us gets FKC registration papers.
All our stud dogs have Health programme for canine genetic
diseases and defects (PEVISA) examined
( which enables the Finnish Kennel Club to, at the initiative
of a breed association, monitor the health and welfare of
dogs that are used for breeding. A breed can be included in
the PEVISA programme on the basis of a decision by the breed
association's general assembly. The PEVISA programme requires
breeding dogs to be examined for specific hereditary diseases.
PEVISA health examination protocols are created by working
groups, which include the best specialist veterinarians for
All of the dog's trade agreements are made with a Finnish
Kennel Club contracts.
You are certain of waiting specifically an PSPP, You make
You let us know Your contact information so that we can
contact You to tell if the puppy just for You has been born.
We usually call right after the labour. After that, You
are able to come to see Your puppy for the first time usually
when it's about 5 weeks old. Our wish is that You come to
see the puppy at least once, possibly more so that the puppy
would get to know it's future owner / owners before leaving
us. The puppies are given to their new homes minimum of
8 weeks old.
*Bay's Bushyfur kennel - Kaarina-*
Middle - FINLAND