Puppy Buyers Please Read
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I am a rescuer, a dog trainer, and a Malamute breeder. I am available any time as many times as a puppy buyer needs to help raise a happy, healthy puppy. As a rescuer running Sleddog Rescue 1995-2008 and Tennessee Alaskan Malamute Rescue since 2008, and saving over 700 Siberian Huskies & Alaskan Malamutes, I can tell you that the vast majority of rescue dogs are not in bad homes, they are in the wrong homes -- owners who have an involved breeder and who take their puppies through classes do not give up their dogs. And if a breeder were involved, the dog would be returned to the breeder and not handed over to rescue. Through my experience rehabbing rescue dogs and teaching classes with Oak Ridge Kennel Club and the Wayeh dogs over the years, I have learned a lot about dog trianing and dog behavior. I am available to help any of my puppy buyers any time they need me, as often as they need me. If a puppy buyer runs into a small problem, I can help them fix it so it doesn't become a big problem. Even if its a big problem, I can help that as well. I am available for my puppies and their owners for their entire lives. Ask MORE from your breeder.
-- Sidney Helen Sachs
Why are Wayeh puppies different?
Wayeh puppies at 9 weeks are all priced the same, male or female, show or pet, longcoat or correct coat, mis-marked or evenly marked. Because all of our puppies have time and love and healthy pedigrees behind them and we are equally proud of all of them. We may drop the price on an older puppy, but that is to encourage a good home to apply for him, not because we think he is "less" than other Wayeh puppies.
Wayeh puppies are whelped in the home & exercised in sunshine. They are weaned to premium dog food. They also get a helping hand using the best of modern puppy socialization techniques. Every moment you and I spend with these puppies before 4 months is socialization -- the socialization window closes at 16 weeks. It's now or never. Therefore what happens from birth to 8 weeks is crucial. We use the best modern socialization techniques and individually socialize each puppy using:
"But I want one that looks like THAT."
OK. Most of our puppies are happily middle-of-the-road on temperament. They tend to be super-friendly by the time we are finished with our intense socialization. They have met strangers, new environments, some very supervised adult dogs. They are very prepared for their new home.
But if that pretty face belongs to a barn-stormer of a puppy and you're a quiet person who likes to watch TV, you're going to have trouble keeping the pretty brain out of trouble. If you have soccer kids over every weekend and teenagers floating in and out of your house every evening, than the softer puppy who is more hesitant, won't fit as easily into your home. You CAN make it work, but we try to eliminate as much work as possible by matching a puppy with your home.
That's why we take into account your color and pattern preferences as we evaluate the puppies -- even from birth, we are evaluating them. All puppies are wonderful, of course, so we also do objective evaluations and rank the puppies BEFORE the picks. In this way, the genetics of the puppy plus the early socialization we have done (above) are rated so that we place the puppies in the home that MATCHES them the best. So you're pretty face may be the best puppy for you, these evaluations will help us both determine that. Our evaluations involve:
The results of these tests are posted on the Litter Pages.
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Wayeh * 423-365-6039
* Spring City, (East) Tennessee
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