Welcome to cindyshavanese
Welcome to Cindy's Havanese
Choosing between a male and a female is not an easy task, as both make wonderful companions. Differences in personality are mostly attributable to the fact that everyone has something unique about them. The females tend to be a little more independent than the males. We think that was God’s way of taking care of natural order of things. If they were not a little more independent they would have a hard time taking care of their puppies. The males tend to desire more lap time and one on one attention with their person, or family. Some people are afraid to get males because they think the males will “mark” everywhere. When the males are neutered at a young age and proper training is done that is rarely a problem. It is sort of tricking mother nature.
They will keep you happy.
Best medicine for depression is at least one Havanese and really having 2 Havanese will keep you in stitches. the verbiage to read her puppies were born August 23 and will be ready for their furever home (8 weeks) on October 18.
Why get one of cindy's Havanese?
We decided instead of trying to produce the best show dog, we would try to produce the very best pet. After owning 4 or 5 adults now, I can tell you that no matter how bad of a day you are having a Havanese will cheer you up. These dogs live to be with their fur-ever families, and are always extremely happy to see you, be with you and eager to please you like no other breed. Their dedication to their person, or family is like no other. we do more training with our fur babies than most breeders. We start crate training, doggie door training just for starters. We do Embark testing on all our dogs looking for medical disease markers as another.
He is a black & white Parti colored Havanese and tops the scales at a whopping 10 lbs.
We like to call her our 10 lb Penny. She is a red brindle and is too young to breed.
She is really small chocolate with white markings female. She is for future breeding and is only 6 lbs.
She is a Quad colored brindle has black, cream, tan, and silver. Her puppies were born August 29. They will be ready for their furever homes on October 24, 2022.