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Havanese breeders in Texas

Havanese Puppies for sale

Linda Slater
Austin, TX
Phone: 512-809-4280
E-mail.com: lindaslater1@me.com

KASTLE Kennel Havanese

Susan Sneed
Kempner, TX
Phone: 660-492-5694
E-mail.com: tupperpuppies@gmail.com

ZB’s Havanese

Barbara Bogart
Longview, TX
Phone: 903-757-7707

Tejano Havanese

Cherie Belcher
Phone: 281-684-8278
E-Mail: cherie@tejanohavs.com
Website:http://www.tejanohavanese.com

Texas Family Farms Havanese

Debbie Tomerlin
Tolar, TX 76476
Phone: 817-219-4352
E-Mail: texasfamilyfarms@gmail.com
Website:http://texasfamilybichons.com/

Legacy Havanese

Lisa Stafford
Ft. Worth, TX
Phone: 817-431-3730
E-Mail: secalarm@msn.com
Website:http://www.LegacyHavanese.com

Wild Rose Havanese

Shirley Taylor
Lewisville, TX 75077
Phone: 214-232-7892
E-Mail: myhavanese99@yahoo.com
Website:http://www.wildrosehavanese.com

Tigerlily Havanese

Carol Hutton
Highland Village, TX
Phone: 972-317-2682
E-Mail: tigerlilyhavs@tx.rr.com
Website:http://www.tigerlilyhavanese.com

South Texas Havanese

Bulverde, Texas
E-Mail: ttoporcer@satx.rr.com
Website:http://www.southtexashavanese.com/

Tmist Havanese

Jeff Knopp
San Angelo, TX
Phone: 325-374-6291

JoLain Havanese

Joan E. Little
Universal City, TX
Phone: 210-566-5702
E-Mail: jlittle@satx.rr.com
Website:http://www.jolainhavanese.com

Brandmar Havanese

Susan B. Lybrand
Lucas, TX
Phone: 972-442-6824
E-Mail: brandmar@verizon.net
Website:http://www.brandmarkennels.com

Lexies Puppies

Barbara
missouri city, Texas
Phone: 832-253-1152

Fuzzy Face Pet Rescue USA

Billieann Brady
Fort Worth, TX 76124
Phone: 817-654-3288

Hart’s Happy Havs

Brenda Hartzoge
Arlington, Texas
Phone: 817-467-9118

Flying Star Kennels

Robert Riedell
Moody, Texas
Phone: 254-853-9350

C & P Havanese

Mason Florest
Hurst, TX 76054
Phone: 817-581-2556

Puppy Buying Tip:Don’t be Afraid to Walk Away

The general goal of any dog purchase is to buy a healthy pet. It can be difficult, sometimes, to stay focused on this goal when you have a pair of big brown eyes begging you to make the dog part of your family. The reality is, though, you must be willing to walk away from the sale if there is a problem.

While you may fall in love with the dog the moment you lay eyes on him or her, there is a practical element that must be considered at the same time. A dog requires long-term care, and you need to know what you are getting into before you make the investment of love, effort, and money. A disreputable breeder that doesn’t disclose that the dog has a congenital defect can cost you a lot of money and heartache down the road.

It is better for you and the dog if you simply walk away from the purchase if you feel the breeder is not being honest with you about the dog, the dog’s living conditions indicate he or she may have come from a puppy mill, or any other red flags pop up.