We have updated photos of both Ayasha x Eno and Kuna x Eno F3 Pomsky puppies. Ayasha’s pups are now 7 weeks old and this is our last full week to enjoy these amazing babies before they head off. One is even leaving via airplane! They completed their Volhard’s Puppy Aptitude test and all scored in the “Mostly 3’s” category, indicating that they easily accept human leaders, they are suitable for the average dog owner, they adapt well to new situations and are generally good with children and elderly, although they might be more active, and that they usually have a common sense approach to life. We do not prepare these pups for the test so we are very proud of their results! Ayasha’s pups also got a start on sit and come commands, and walking on a leash (with harness).
Kuna’s pups are 6 weeks old so we get to keep them a little longer. They are so sweet and just love to cuddle. This coming week they will start on leash training as well.
All 11 pups had a fecal exam done and we are proud to announce that they are all clear of all worms or parasites including coccidia and giardia.
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Were you able to find out if Shasta is pregnant?
On Sat., May 23, 2020, 4:07 p.m. Keurwood Equestrian and Ontario Pomsky Puppies wrote:
> Chris W posted: ” We have updated photos of both Ayasha x Eno and Kuna x > Eno F3 Pomsky puppies. Ayasha’s pups are now 7 weeks old and this is our > last full week to enjoy these amazing babies before they head off. One is > even leaving via airplane! They completed their Volh” >
Sadly, Shasta is not pregnant and after 3 breeding attempts with her, we have decided to remove her from our breeding program. We are planning to breed Nootka next, then Zia and possibly Ayasha again late summer.
I’m wondering if you ever put the Sires & Dams up for adoption?
Hi Katie, yes it’s possible that some of our retired adults would become available in the future. At the moment, we do not have any in need of rehoming, but please feel free to fill out our Adoption Qualification Application and indicate that you are interested in an adult retired breeder. Many thanks!