Craig's Kennels






Toy Poodles

King Charles




Grooming Products

"AKC visited on 4/2/09"

"We passed with highest compliments!! And were complimented on the cleanliness, and that the adults were happy and healthy." He liked that we have a puppy house (just for our new babies), and a female house and a male house "Now we offer micro-chip, just ask" Craig's Kennels is located in Robert, Louisiana. We are 35 minutes East of Baton Rouge and 45 minutes from New Orleans. Take exit 47 off Interstate 12 (the Robert exit).
Each Yorkie, Maltese, chihuahua, Toy poodle, is treated in up-most kindness and care. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are my husband's favorite (we have 3) that enjoys running about our yard. They smell the scent of the squirrels and love to be free to play, always running back to his chair for a rub or pat on the head. In the evening all the pet's are put to bed,leaving a night light on, and giving them a snack. Our pups are raised in a healthy, clean and loving environment. The puppies are AKC and/or CKC registered. I help the mom's give birth, going out all through the night to check on them. And make sure mom and baby are observed in these stages. My babies stay with their mom up to 7 to 8 weeks, making sure they are ready for your home!
Our pups have a loving temperament,that you can continue to spoil.
You will receive a health guarantee,( that gives you 72 hours to take Your new pup to the Vet for the initial first office visit), your registration AKC or CKC, instructions with a food pack, 1st set of vaccinations and de wormed schedule. We take pride in our kennels, Puppies are socialized to many different activities, you must continue to introduce them to new surroundings , and teach the little ones in the family how to care for them.
We also offer stud service, at reasonable prices.
For pricing and availability feel free to contact me by phone 985-542-5050 or E-mail We reserve the right to CHOOSE "the person", or persons, we place our puppies with. We want the pups to become new members of your family, to be loved, and treated kindly!
A deposit can reserve your puppy today!!! Call and Ask about the New Arrivals

**Boys verses Girls Puppies**
What will You choose?

Some people believe that female dogs make better pets-- most calls are from people wanting "sweet girls". They don't think females display behaviors like ""marking'' or ''humping'' Well folks this is not true. In the dog-pack makeup, females usually rule the roost. The females are, as a result, more independent, stubborn and territorial than their male partners. Most fights usually break out between two females. Males on the other hand, are usually more affectionate, attentive, and more demanding on attention. They are attached to their people, and are easily motivated with food and praise. They also tend to be more steadfast, reliable, and less moody. Neutered males rarely exhibit secondary, sexual behavior , such as ""humping"", or ""marking"" or lifting their legs. Females also has periods of being "in heat" unless she is spayed. Some days she will be sweet and affectionate, the next day reserved and drawn. She will leave a scent for males to wander into your yard. Before deciding on male or female also consider other dogs that may be around your home, having your new pet, either Male or Female, spay or neutered may be in your best interest.

Teacup Yorkies Beware

So you are looking for a teacup Yorkie.
You would be very interested in knowing
there is no such thing. Words like teacup,
micro, mini, teeny, purse size, baby doll, are ploys
to lure you in purchasing a puppy. The Yorkshire
Terrier should range from 4 to 7 lbs. If you are looking
for something smaller than this, you must also take
a look at the health risk, that could arise as well as the
longevity. All breeder have that occasional smaller puppy,
a runt in the litter. Most breeders, breed to improve the health,
temperament and quality. Under 4 lbs a pup is more susceptible
to have heart and organ problems, possible digestive problems.
So you see, YOU need not to make size a top priority,
do schedule a vet appointment within three days, keep
vaccinations current and worming.
Choose a happy friendly pup!

How do I housebreak my dog?

The most critical thing is to avoid giving your puppy opportunities to have accidents inside, and to praise him profusely whenever he eliminates where you want him to, be it on newspaper or "piddle pads" in his puppy-proofed area or outside. This means that your puppy should be constantly supervised inside the house until he has not eliminated indoors for at least four to eight weeks. You must also go outside with him, so that you can praise him when he eliminates outdoors. Watch for signals, such as sniffing and circling, and be sure to take him out every few hours, especially when he first wakes up, immediately after eating and before and after playtime. Suddenly, the light will dawn! A puppy has a very short attention span, so punishing him after the fact is useless and may instead teach your dog not to eliminate in your presence.

Why is crate training recommended?

The crate should not be a place of punishment, but a sanctuary where your dog can retreat to rest and be secure. Provide toys and treats to make the crate a pleasant place. It helps to put the crate where people are during the day, or in the bedroom at night. This way the dog will be safe but not lonely. A radio or television can help keep the dog quiet when you are out. Play with your puppy and take him out to eliminate before you confine him to his crate, and do not leave him there for such a long time that he has no choice but to eliminate in the crate. If you will be out for extended periods, you may want to puppy-proof a small room or use an exercise pen to reinforce your dog's natural desire to keep his bed clean.

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