New Puppies Have Arrived!

We have new Havanese Puppies!!

Born October 9, this is the last of our litters for this year and Pedro’s very last litter!  He is officially retired from our breeding program.  He and Jewel gave us three beautiful boys and we are so excited to watch them grow.  It is so much fun to watch their personalities develop as well as their color and markings.  There is an old saying in the world of dogs, “Girls love you, but boys are in love with you.”  I guess we have triple that love!!  Only two of these beauties are available.  All our puppies are registered with the AKC and sent home with a 2 year health guarantee, vet checked, received first set of vaccines, kennel acclimation, and beginning potty training.  Contact us for more information and don’t forget to fill out our puppy application beforehand!  Thank you so much!

New Havanese Puppies Have Arrived In Kinston, NC!

Our newest litter of beautiful Sable Havanese puppies NC have arrived at Court Jester!  We are so excited with these sweet, beautiful puppies.  They may look dark right now but they will lighten to gold as adults with some black remaining in ears, tail, and beard.  The color change is amazing and fun to watch!

Our puppies and adults are AKC registered, and parents are health tested and from champion/grand champion lines.

Reserve your baby today!  Ready to go home Oct. 16th.  Please fill out the application found in the link below.

4 Girls and 1 boy!

Havanese puppies NC

Sweet Snuggles; Havanese puppy NC Court Jester Havanese

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Dog Days of Summer

The hot summer is in full swing down here in the South.  Here are just a few reminders to protect your beloved pups from overheating.

  • When taking a walk outside of your yard, walk in the early morning or later in the evening when it’s cooler.
  • Avoid excessive play and exertion on hot days.
  • Limit activity to cooler times of the day such as early morning and later evening.
  • If outside with you for any period of time apart from potty breaks, keep your dog in the shade.
  • Provide adequate water at all times.
  • Keep your dogs in air conditioned or well-ventilated rooms in your house.  The use of fans is also quite handy.
  • Never ever leave your dog unattended in the car not even for a minute!

Watch for signs of heat exhaustion: