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Old 05-29-2009, 09:42 PM
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I lost my Chi of 10 yrs from an enlarged heart and valve leak. I am very saddened but know I can not live without another Chi.
Upon my searching everywhere I found this little girl but she was sold.

She is so unique with her coloring and Blue eyes. I am searching for one like her. If anyone can direct me I would appreciate any help.

Please look at her on this site:

*sorry you cant post links to breeders sites *
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Old 05-30-2009, 09:32 PM
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Please don't look for colour alone, too many people try to make out colours are "rare" some colours are not so desirable due to health problems and merles are banned in the UK yet people still market them as a "rare" colour, prices are therefore inflated too.
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I understand what you are saying but look at her. She looks human and her dark Blue eyes are beautiful. She has the applehead yet a petite thin face. I like more white on the face in the Tri color.I think thats whaat makes her stand out. I just hope I can find one similiar to her.

I just lost my Black applehead chi to an enlarged heart and valve leak so I believe you just never know if any puppy bought will have a health issue. Its just the chances we take....
If you happen to see anything like the one in the pic. Please let me know...

Thanks for your comment...
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Couldn't see the pic as it was removed so can't help you there LOL My advice would be to ask if there have been any health problems, if they have been vaccinated prior to you buying one any potential health problems could be identified at the vet check. When I sell a puppy I have them fully vaccinated and therefore have been checked by the vet - I know that it can't always be 100% but at least you have better chance of not having any problems. I wouldn't dream of breeding from somthing which had previously have health problems and would definately discontinue that line if it had.

I also have a contract which states that it has been health checked prior to buying the puppy.
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This is a sheet of information I give with a new puppy:


Your puppy has been raised in a household environment and therefore is used to everyday noises. She has been handled and socialised since the moment of birth.

She has been health checked by our vet and is fully vaccinated. You have 48 hours to have your vet health check the puppy. If anything is found that you are not happy with, we will take back the puppy and refund your money.

Do not change your puppy’s diet suddenly. Follow instructions given on the diet sheet. Change it gradually over 3-5 days. This will reduce the risk of stomach upset and diarrhoea, which can be very serious in puppies. Feed your puppy regularly at approximately the same time each day whenever possible. Right from the start train your puppy to allow you to take food and toys away from it. This action may one day save your dogs life.

Your puppy has been wormed three times. Regular worming is very important to your dog. Please continue to worm approx every three months, throughout your dogs life.

You are strongly advised to take out a fully comprehensive insurance cover on your dog when the puppy covers lapses.

Do not let your puppy climb up and down stairs or jump on and off furniture. Damage to legs and joints can easily occur in young puppies.

Make sure your pup has soft bedding to lie on, away from damp and draughty areas. Give your puppy toys to play with that are safe for a mouth that big. No little balls, tiny toys.

You will find two endorsements on your pup’s registration: “not to be bred from“ and "not for export". This is to protect your puppy, we will not lift the export endorsement unless you can prove to us that you are emigrating.

If there is anything in this contract that you are not happy with and do not wish to sign, we are sorry, but we will be unable to sell you one of our puppies. We are always at the end of the telephone for you, 24 hours a day, if you are worried or concerned, call us!!

Finally, if anytime throughout your dogs life, at whatever age, or for whatever reason, you can no longer keep your dog, we will ALWAYS take the dog back. We bred her and as the breeders are committed to the dogs welfare and well-being.
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That looks very informative and responsible - good tips on puppy care too!

We are trying to train Biggles to allow us take food and toys from him, but he's way too fast for us, especially in the garden - we still have a way to go!!
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