We are excited to announce that Calypso and Voltaire are expecting nine puppies! Calypso is due towards the beginning of September. Please check out our web page LGD Puppies for more in-depth information and our FAQ. We will continually update the situation on both this website and our Facebook page.
As responsible breeders we fully believe that we need to use applications for puppies to find the best possible match for our dogs. By using an application system we are seeing which people out there are serious about getting a puppy and which are just looking for the sake of looking. We can also find the best match based on what people are looking for and what is best for the dog. If you’re interested in a puppy we encourage you to take a look at our web page on LGD puppies and do your research beforehand. If you’re still interested at that point we encourage you to fill out an application for a puppy and send it to us. You can check out the application for an LGD puppy by clicking here.
Now that Voltaire and Calypso have cleared genetic testing we have created an entire web page to consolidate information about all puppies present and future. It discusses the health testing we’ve done, a short overview about Livestock Guardian Dogs including an FAQ, and more. We recommend everyone considering an LGD take a look at the web page to get more information before making a decision.
We are so excited to announce (finally!) that Calypso and Voltaire have completed their genetic health screening through Embark veterinary and are clear of all genetic defects and diseases. They are all set for breeding and we will be expecting Livestock Guardian puppies in the fall of 2020.
Feast or famine! The chickens either lay nothing for days on end or they lay a bunch of eggs all at once. We currently have ten dozen eggs for sale and we’re getting roughly three dozen a day. We offer pickup from Waterford, Leesburg and Middleburg or you can message us for other options. Check us out on Local Line for order info: https://www.localline.ca/kathy-anns-farm