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Havanese breeders in Michigan

lorlyns Havanese

lori brooks
Ruby, Mi
Phone: 810-984-5971
E-Mail: lorlyns@comcast.net

Rosses’ Grand Havanese

Bob and Yuying Ross
Portage Mi
Phone: 269-365-0373
E-Mail: grandhavanese@hotmail.com

Carneys Havanese Haven

Jacqueline Carney
Detroit, MI
Phone: 248-701-8187
E-Mail: jacqui00@me.com

Heavenly Havanese

J.J. DiPerna
Redford, MI 48239
Phone: 313-999-6447

Lit’l One Havanese

Barbara Mann
Ann Arbor, MI
Phone: 734-424-9979

Solana Havanese

Roxanne Gorelick
Trenton, MI
Phone: 734-675-9737
E-Mail: rgorelick@comcast.net

Vancort’s Havanese

Michele Van Dien
Lansing, Michigan
Phone: 517-230-1631
E-Mail: lostnet01@aol.com

LaSuSu Havanese

Laingsburg, MI
Phone: 517-651-1424
E-Mail: LDKPipes@frontier.com

Perritos Bailarines Havanese

Tom and Connie Diehl
Monroe, MI
Phone: 734-755-2969

Cuba Libre Havanese

Karen Howd
14431 Merriman Rd.
Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-525-0148

Selah Havanese

Lisa Hockin
Traverse City, Michigan
Phone: 231-384-2713
E-Mail: selahhavanese@gmail.com

Happy Kennel

Gail Dawson
Stanwood, MI
Phone: 231-823-2061
E-Mail: dawson@tucker-usa.com

Campbell Creek Havanese

Sue & Jim Siver
Holly, MI
Phone: 248-328-1215
E-Mail: siverjns@aol.com

Arbens Havanese

Debra Oben
Shelby Township, MI 48316
Phone: 586-677-9552
E-Mail: arbenshavanese@aol.com

Atlantis Kennels

Anita Jill Berardi
Armada, MI 48005
Phone: 586-784-5126
E-Mail: atlantis_jill@sbcglobal.net

Puppy Buying Tip: Ask for Registration Papers From Your Breeder

If you are buying a purebred puppy, then it should be registered. Pedigreed Animal Documentation (or dog papers) is a certificate that details the animal’s breed, ancestry, and indentifying marks. This paperwork is necessary if you want to compete in dog shows, sell the dog at a later date, or breed the dog. It can also come in handy if the dog is ever lost or stolen and you need to prove you are the owner.

Before you pick up your puppy, call the breeder and ask if he or she has the dog’s registration papers ready. Picking up the papers at the same time you get your dog will save you the headache of trying to retrieve them at a later date.

You can consider it a red flag if the breeder does not have the papers ready. This may be a sign of disorganization on their part or a problem with the dog’s registration. In either event, it is best to wait to buy the dog until the breeders has the papers available.

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