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BreedersUSA Blog - Dog Breeders, AKC Dog Breeders Directory, Puppies for Sale

BreedersUSA Blog - Dog Breeders, AKC Dog Breeders Directory, Puppies for Sale

Dallas, TX " Brent Brooks of Brooks Labradors LLC has been named December 2011 Breeder of the Month by BreedersUSA. Brent Brooks is scheduled as a guest on "Barking up the Wrong Tree" a show co-hosted by BreedersUSA's Daniel Hect and Michelangelo on 12.2.2011.

Brooks Labradors LLC is a family-owned business that breeds top-quality Labrador retrievers in the rural Dallas, Texas, area. The company focuses on breeding what it calls "True Retrievers with a Classic Build." Brooks Labrador retrievers are known for being well-balanced companion dogs with exceptional temperaments.

Recently Brooks Labradors LLC was chosen by Southeastern Guide Dogs as a provider of puppies, because of the reputation they have earned for the quality of their dogs. Southeastern Guide Dogs is a 29-year-old organization that partners visually impaired individuals with well-trained guide dogs. In addition to guide dogs, the organization provides companion and therapy dogs for children and veterans.

Brooks Labradors LLC hand raises all of its puppies for maximum socialization. In addition, the company has a medical screening program that helps to minimize the occurrence of a variety of genetic disorders, including Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Exercise Induced Collapse and Centronuclear Myopathy. The company also certifies the condition of their dogs' hips and elbows through the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, and their eyes through the Canine Eye Registration Foundation.

"Our dogs are attentive Labradors that match your mood," says Brent Brooks. "Our dogs are ready to play when you're ready to play, ready to work when it's time to work and will fall asleep at your feet when you're ready to relax." -Brent Brooks, Brooks Labradors

Recently Brooks Labradors LLC has expanded their breeding program to include training for Diabetic Alert Dogs. With a family of six children, the Brooks family is passionate about bringing health, safety and freedom to both children and adults suffering from diabetes.

BreedersUSA is an online pet community, now in its 12th year, that provides comprehensive listings of American Kennel Club-compliant dog breeders. Each month the organization chooses a breeder as its Breeder of the Month. Daniel Hect, President of BreedersUSA and a top breeder of German shepherds, has final responsibility for the choice.

For more information on "Barking up the Wrong Tree," visit the KLAV website at http://www.klav1230am.com/Shows/BarkingUpTheWrongTree.html. For more information about BreedersUSA, visit their website at http://www.breedersusa.com/. Learn about featured guest Brent Brooks and Brooks Labradors at www.BrooksLabradors.com.

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The Dan Hect radio show
Did you know I had a radio show dedicated to dogs? You can find some of my radio shows on my website at www.danielhect.com. ...»

BreedersUSA Perks

As a part of  BreedersUSA's launch of the new website we have partnered with over 200 Venders to be able to offer the pet community DEEP DISCOUNTS on everyday items.  I look forward to launching BreedersUSA Perks  very soon.

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Revised website
BreedersUSA is launching a new website to take advance of the social media changes over the last couple years. I look forward to working with breeders and pet owners from around the United States in developing this great opportunity. More to follow... ...»

April' BreedersUSA Breeder of the Month
Each month BreedersUSA selects a dog breeder to be Breeder of the Month. The selection for this award is the responsibility of Daniel Hect who is well aware of what it takes to be successful dog breeder. BreedersUSA is featuring Ellen Jo Myers of Briards of The CoastLine as BreedersUSA's Breeder of the Month.

Picasso Chihuahuas has been raising and showing Chihuahuas since 1998 and since then has bred and/or owned several top Canadian winners and top producers. In addition, Picasso bred dogs have received top 5 placing in Denmark, All-breed Reserve Best in Show in South Korea, Reserve at the National USA Specialties, and other USA specialty wins. They have bred many Canadian champions along with several American champions as well as foreign titled dogs.

Cheryl and Karin at Picasso Chihuahuas focus on breeding quality and healthy representatives of the breed, and all breeding dogs are certified clear with OFA for patella's, and CERF eye cleared for eyes.

Above all else, Picasso Chihuahuas are much beloved pets!

Karin Daehn

Picasso Chihuahuas

www.PicassoChihuahuas.com

BreedersUSA is proud to announce Karin Daehn of Briards of Picasso Chihuahuas as BreedersUSA's Breeder of the Month. ...»

January 2008 Breeder of the Month
Press Release Sponsored By BreedersUSA

BreedersUSA January 2008

Breeder of the Month


Moreno Valley CA. January 1, 2008-BreedersUSA is proud to announce that Lucene Kennels as BreedersUSA's January 2008 Breeders of the Month. The mother, daughter team of Jeanine Sudinski and Mechelle Sudinski-Stall is recognized for their outstanding leadership, devotion, and support to the Dachshund and Rottweiler community World Wide.

Jeanine and have been World-Class Breeder, Conformation Handlers and Trainers for many different breeds for nearly 55 years. They have been blessed to have loved, owned, shown, trained and produced some of "THE LEGENDS OF THEIR BREEDS."

Jeanine Sudinski attended her first dog show at the Chicago Sportsman's Pier at the tender age of 18. Jeanine watched a man and his handler discuss what he wanted done with the dogs with great interest.

When the excitement of the show was over Jeanine introduced herself and told the team how beautiful their dogs were. This is where Jeanine knew she would someday be a Great Showman of the dachshund breed.

Jeanine's interest in Dachshunds resurfaced again in 1952 when working with a dog trainer and dachshund team on a TV commercial. Jeanine became a serious student of the breed, learning from legendary dachshund breeders; Grace Greenburg, Ed Hirshman, and Fred and Rose Heying.

After considerable research Jeanine bought her first Standard Smooth Dachshund. Jeanine applied the lessons of her mentors, and developed many champions and Best in Show winners that borne her "Lucene" kennel name.

Jeanine's leadership in the Dachshund community continued and she received her AKC judge's license 1972. Jeanine's her first judging assignment was in the Northern California Dachshund Club specialty in 1973 where she judged 167 Dachshunds.

Many years of dedicated service to the Dachshunds community have passed and in 1996 Jeanine was honored to be the AKC Judge assigned to oversee the 4th Annual Dachshund Specialty in Melbourne, Australia; where she judged 538 of the best dachshunds in the world.

Jeanine's love for dogs was inherited by her daughter, Mechelle Sudinski-Stall. Mechelle started showing the Lucene Dachshunds in 1980, in her first show she placing in the Hound Group with Ch. Lucene's Daily Double, and continued winning through the next 27 years. Jeanine and Mechelle have finished many champions of record as well as having the number one brood bitch in 2004.

Working together as a team, they have recorded unparallel wins in the Dachshund community. With all the Dachshund history who would think that Mechelle would have time for another breed. However Mechelle's first love was a puppy Rottweiler at the age of 11. Mechelle's Rottweiler became an odd addition to the dachshund family.

Mechelle's Rottweiler "Lucene's Rhoda of Rajamul, UD went on to complete her Utility Obedience Title in 1979.

"I would like to say that I feel very fortunate to have been around and seen the great dogs... I have seen, visited and been taught by many wonderful Dachshund breeders and owners of the historic Dachshund Kennels. In the last 55 plus years I have worked with the Dachshund community; I truly believe it was my privilege to be around so much excellence". Jeanine Sudinski, Lucene Kennels

We are honored to be BreedersUSA's January 2008 Breeder of the Month and we look forward meeting all of you in 2008." Mechelle Sudinski-Stall, Lucene Kennels.

For additional information on Lucene Kennels. please contact Mechelle at lucene1948@cox.net Website: http://members.cox.net/lucene1948 ...»

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December Breeder of the Month
BreedersUSA would like to congratulate Patricia Berge from CeeAnjel Portuguese Waterdogs for their outstanding dedication to the Portuguese Waterdogs. Due to Patricia's diligence and achievements BreedersUSA has awarded Patricia Berge and CeeAnjel Portuguese Water Dogs the BreedersUSA Breeder of the Month award for December 2007.

CeeAnjel Portuguese Water Dogs are located in Butte, Montana. Patricia has been raising dogs for over 30 years, and all puppies are tested to ensure their quality and health. The CeeAnjel Portuguese Water Dogs are healthy and well-loved before they find loving homes. Patti offers health guarantees on all show or pet puppies that leave her Kennel.

Please Drop Patricia an e-mail to congratulate her or give her a call if you have any questions about our Portuguese Water dogs or her puppies.

Patricia Berge
CeeAnjel Portuguese Waterdogs
2211 HarvardButte, MT 59701406-494-7717
And by E-mail at: Pattiann37@aol.com
You can visit our Dog Breeder of the Month website at the following address:http://www.ceeanjelportuguesewaterdog.com/ ...»

Dog Owner Responsibilty - Traveling With Your Dog
Breeders USA Intro To
Responsible Dog Owners Month
The Dog Breeders Directory Resource

Dog Ownership Responsibility

As a part of supporting "Responsible Dog Owners Month" in September 2006, we are providing educational materials to help the Pet Community become more informed. Owning a dog is a responsibility, not just a privilege. Their care entails more than just food & shelter - they deserve our love and attention.

If you are a dog breeder, we provide a means for you to advertise on our site, be listed in our Dog Breeders Directory, and we even direct you to Internet marketing tools to expand and grow your online business and website.


Today's Tip from Breeders USA - The Dog Breeders Directory

Traveling With Your Dog

Your new puppy should be car-trained if your family travels a lot by car. Small dogs usually make the best travel companions by car while some larger dogs don't look forward to this experience. Of course, there are always exceptions depending on each dog's personality, size of vehicle and the length of the trip.


Car seats and containment seats are now available and can be secured with your current seat belts. Some form of restraint is now being considered mandatory by many states and municipalities around the country. You will want to keep informed on these issues, particularly when traveling through different states.

Your dog should always wear a collar with an I.D. tag, and rabies vaccination tag, in case the unthinkable happens and you are separated from your dog. Some dog owners are utilizing the newest method of identification which is the microchip. Most veternarians have information on this, and this is certainly a choice for the pet owner.

Be mindful to give the same consideration of your dog's needs as you would for yourself when preparing for any trip.

  • A sturdy leash should be at the top of your list
  • Medicines needed
  • Adequate food supply and treats
  • A favorite sleeping basket or blanket
  • Portable water bowl
  • A toy or chew toy

Certainly other modes of travel are being used more and more when traveling with pets. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) restrictions govern air travel for pets. Become familiar and comply with these guidelines to provide your dog with a pleasant travel experience. Whatever mode of transportation you choose, with careful planning and forethought, your best friend will enjoy the experience as much and you do.

Visit BreedersUSA view our dog breeders directory and learn more in our resource area. We encourage responsible dog breeding and dog ownership. Feel free to leave your comments below and post your opinions and questions at our BreederUSA Blog or BreedersUSA Forum. To read our last article on Committment To Pet Care, click here.

For more information:

Contact Daniel Hect
Direct line: (951) 538-9357
Email:blueribbonk9@usa.net



View our other sites and Internet marketing tools

Dog Breeders Directory

BreedersUSA Forum

BreedersUSA Blog

Internet Marketing Tools for Dog Breeders

Creating Traffic For Your Website



Daniel Hect
CEO BreedersUSA
BreedersUSA.com


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Commitment to Pet Care

BreedersUSA Intro To
Responsible Dog Owners Month
Dog Breeders Directory Resource




Dog Ownership Responsibility

As a part of supporting "Responsible Dog Owners Month" in September 2006, we are providing educational materials to help the Pet Community become more informed. Owning a dog is a responsibility, not just a privilege. Their care entails more than just food & shelter - they deserve our love and good hygiene.

If you are a dog breeder, we provide a means for you to advertise on our site, be listed in our Dog Breeders Directory and we even direct you to Internet marketing tools to expand and grow your online business and website.

Today's Tip from Breeders USA - The Dog Breeders Directory


Commitment to Pet Care

Proper hygiene of your animal is just as important as your own personal daily care. Here are a few tips for you to consider as a responsible dog owner.

1) Regular bathing of your dog.

  • Only use flea & tick shampoos when necessary. It drys out their skin.
  • Rinse out all shampoo to protect against skin problems.
  • Brush out knots and matted hair prior to shampooing or they become worse.
  • Keep the water temperature from becoming too hot. Their skin is sensitive to heat.
  • Place cotton in ears before bathing to lessen chance of ear infections.
  • Bathing reduces chances of flea or tick infestations.
  • Bathing removes dead hair and lessens shedding.

2) Nail Trimming
  • Trim nails regularly with a good clippers from your pet store.
  • Cutting them too short will cause bleeding and stinging.
  • Frequent walking wears down the nails naturally.
  • Professional clipping by groomers is probably less expensive than by veterinarian.

3) Brushing of Dog's Coat
  • Regular brushing keeps your dog healthy and happy.
  • Brushing helps to stimulate oils that keep their skin moist.
  • Brushing removes matting and dead hair.
  • Brushing let's your dog know you love them.


4) Ear Cleansing

  • Most owners leave this part to their groomer or veterinarian.
  • Ear Cleansers or wipes can be purchased at your pet store.
  • Swab the outer surface of the inner ear.
  • Cleaning reduces the chance of ear infections and ear mites.
  • Removal of hair is sometimes important to prevent infections.

5) Dental Hygiene

  • Dry dog foods or treats is not enough to keep the teeth clean and healthy.
  • Do not use human tooth paste and toothbrushes.
  • Doggie toothpaste will help to eliminate placque, germs, bacteria & tartar.
  • Veterinarians & groomers have special tools to clean teeth and prevent disease.
  • Improper dental care can lead to heart, lung and kidney disease.

Visit BreedersUSA to view our dog breeders directory and learn more in our resource area. We encourage responsible dog breeding and dog ownership. Feel free to leave your comments below and post your opinions and questions at our BreederUSA Blog or BreedersUSA Forum.

To read yesterday's article on choosing a pet, click here.

For more information,

Contact Daniel Hect
Direct line:
(951) 538-9357
Email: blueribbonk9@usa.net



View our other sites and Internet marketing tools

Dog Breeders Directory

BreedersUSA Forum

BreedersUSA Blog

Internet Marketing Tools for Dog Breeders

Creating Traffic For Your Website


Daniel Hect
CEO BreedersUSA
BreedersUSA.com

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Choosing the Perfect Pet



Today's Tip from Breeders USA -
Dog Breeders Directory



Choosing the Perfect Pet

Part of becoming a Responsible Dog Owner is picking the breed of dog that best fits your personality and lifestyle. If you live in the city and are looking for an even-tempered, mild-mannered house pet, do your research and take the follow points into consideration.

1) Look for a dog breed that has low to moderate exercise needs, a little on the lazy side or a lap dog.

2) Look for a breed that generally tends to be friendly and sociable, rather than aggressive, domineering or hyperactive.

3) Look for a dog that fits your time restraints and activity levels. Are you able to spend time walking the dog and playing in the yard with it?

4) Look for a dog that fits your budget as far as grooming and care needs.

Here are a few dog breeds that you might want to consider:

  • Beagle
  • French Bulldog
  • Toy & Miniature Poodles
  • Pomerian
  • Maltese
  • Miniature Schnauzer
  • Pug
  • Italian Greyhound

Visit BreedersUSA to learn more about any of these breeds in the dog breeders directory and resource area. We encourage responsible dog breeding and dog ownership. Feel free to leave your comments below and post your opinions and questions at our BreedersUSA Forum.

For more information,

Contact Daniel Hect
Direct line: (951) 538-9357
Email:
blueribbonk9@usa.net



View our other sites and Internet marketing tools:

Dog Breeders Directory

BreedersUSA Forum

BreedersUSA Blog

Internet Marketing Tools for Dog Breeders

Creating Traffic For Your Website



Daniel Hect
CEO BreedersUSA
BreedersUSA.com

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BreedersUSA Announcement for Dog Breeders

BreedersUSA's
Dog Breeder Resolution


BreedersUSA introduces a resolution endorsing and recognizing the month of September beginning in the year 2006 as Responsible Dog Owners' Month.
This is a grass roots movement to encourage responsible dog breeding and dog ownership. For more information go to the official BreedersUSA site, or go to BreedersUSA's Blog as well as BreedersUSA Forum.

BreedersUSA, as a resource and national directory for dog breeders, will encourage dog breeders to support "Responsible Dog Owners Month" through their individual kennels. We will also support dog owners nationwide through frequent educational articles posted here throughout the month of August 2006. This movement was started by Jan Cooper conducting BSL News Updates. To learn more about Jan, read our previous post.


BreedersUSA Resolution

BreedersUSA introduces a resolution endorsing and recognizing the month of September beginning in the year 2006 as Responsible Dog Owners Month.

WHEREAS, knowing that dogs have, and will always be, an integral part of citizens of the United States and

WHEREAS, it is recognized that many citizens of the United States may not know and understand the responsibility of dog ownership, and

WHEREAS, responsible dog ownership is encouraged in the United States and responsible owners should properly confine and provide adequate training for their dogs, and

WHEREAS, programs should be made available to the all dog owners so that they may become responsible owners, and

WHEREAS, dogs owned by responsible owners should be able to exhibit proper behavior while in the presence of other people and animals in both the home and in the community, and

WHEREAS, with the population of dogs growing rapidly each year, and dogs at large being a constant problem, there is a need to bring recognition to and encourage responsible dog ownership,

NOW, THEREFORE,

Be it resolved by the Breeders Advisory Board of BreedersUSA.com:

That the Breeders Advisory Board of BreedersUSA.com hereby declares that the month of September beginning in the year 2006, and each successive year thereafter, be Responsible Dog Owners Month.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Breeders Advisory Board of BreedersUSA.com encourages dog clubs, humane organizations, communities and citizens to promote responsible dog ownership during this so declared week by means of various public educational activities.

Contact Daniel Hect for more insights into this topic.

Direct line: (951) 538-9357
Email:
blueribbonk9@usa.net

Other helpful information regarding the event can be found at:
BreedersUSA



View our other sites and Internet marketing tools:

Dog Breeders Directory

BreedersUSA Forum

BreedersUSA Blog

Internet Marketing Tools for Dog Breeders

Creating Traffic For Your Website



Daniel Hect
CEO BreedersUSA


(951) 538-9357
Email:
blueribbonk9@usa.net

BreedersUSA.com

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Who is Jan Cooper?
Who is Jan Cooper and What is the BSL all about?

The following is provided to introduce
Jan Cooper, known for her active involvment in Breed Specific Legislation (BSL). Below is some information from
one of her websites where you will find weekly updates through her news videos and audio clips of the world's canine breed specific legislation going on across the United States and Canada. At BreedersUSA, we are proud to support her dedication and love for the Pet Community. We invite all Dog Breeders and pet owners to do the same and to express your opinions both in our comments section below, and at the BreedersUSA forum.


Jan has been educating the general public and various officials for 2 decades on the problems with breed specific legislation (BSL). She has discussed how any form of BSL is not only impractical, but it does not prevent or reduce canine aggression or irresponsible individuals from obtaining dogs that can become aggressive.

Jan has spent over 40 years owning, training and working around various exotic and domestic members of the animal kingdom. Her hands on experiences are from training for the motion picture industry, working as a veterinary assistant, developing and holding classes entitled Basic Canine Home Companionship and maintaining zoological collections. She has written various articles during her lifetime on animal behavior to help the average pet owner. She has gone into private homes to observe and assist with unruly pets back before the term behavior modification became popular. She was taught to train, using what is now called positive reinforcement, by a respected dog trainer in the field. She has been honored and privileged to know some of the finest animal trainers in history. She became an ardent follower of the well known behaviorist, Conrad Lorenz. Jan has been an AKC Legislative Liaison since its inception as a private entity due to a newsletter which she published about her breed of choice, the Rottweiler.

Jan's love of the animal kingdom compelled her to spend her life in and around animals of every description. She ended her professonal career protecting the very species she came to know and love by moving into the field of law enforcing federal statutes and regulations of the animal kingdom. The various federal agencies Jan has worked for include USDA, APHIS, VS; USF&WS, LE Div; and NOAA NMFS LE Div. Jan's dedication to the preservation of the right and privilege of owning the breed of dog of your choice has been surpassed by few. It has always been that she believes every citizen should be allowed to own the breed of their choice BUT not that every citizen should be allowed to own a dog.


The purpose for including this information in my blog will be made clear in my next article. Please come back and also visit our other sites listed below.

Daniel Hect
CEO BreedersUSA

Dog Breeders Directory
BreedersUSA Forum

Internet Marketing Tools for Dog Breeders
Creating Traffic For Your Website


Contact Daniel Hect for more insights into this topic.
Direct line: (951) 538-9357
Email: blueribbonk9@usa.net

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AKC - Leading Registry for Purebred Dogs
We pride ourselves at BreedersUSA in providing a comprehensive list of registered dog breeders who can help you get the perfect AKC puppy. Therefore, we'd like to provide a little information about the AKC.


AKC - American Kennel Club

AKC stands for the American Kennel Club. It is the oldest registry in the United States for purebred dogs. There are many registration options available for dogs, but the American Kennel Club is well-known as the best and most reputable of all. The top ten breeds of registered dogs include Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Beagles, Poodles, Pomeranians, Cocker Spaniels, Dachshunds, and Yorkshire Terriers. Over 150 breeds are eligible for registration.

Registration is not a guarantee or indication of quality because parent dogs and their puppies are not thoroughly inspected to receive registration. However, if adult dogs or puppies do not have the appearance of their registered breed, their registration will be investigated and may be revoked. Registration is simply a record of dogs that are of pure breed. Dog buyers will have to determine on their own whether or not puppies are likely to be in good health.

About the AKC
The American Kennel Club was founded in 1884. It is the principal U.S. registry of purebred dogs and the leading regulatory agency for dog shows in the United States. The AKC records statistics about particular dogs, such as the dog's name, sex, color, breed, parentage, date of birth, breeder, and owner. It also records any titles that dogs have won in shows, performance trials, or obedience trials sanctioned by the American Kennel Club.

Standards are set for each breed registered in the American Kennel Club. Standards include a description of the "ideal" appearance of each dog breed. The American Kennel Club published the Complete Dog Book so that these standards can be recognized by breeders, buyers, dog show judges, and potential dog owners. All buyers who purchase registered dogs should receive a certificate of registration from sellers.

For any questions, ideas, or compliments please feel free to email us and please visit our forum to register and post your comments.

Daniel Hect
CEO & Founder

BreedersUSA.com

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