Hello Buhund Lovers. Here are the last three puppies in the litter. The sweetest three all picked for their loving and kind personality. They are all the perfect example of what a Norwegian Buhund should be. They are all typical and correct in color and the right size and shape. Two are still available and one of these is spoken for. Who will be the lucky ones who will get one. Call 248 408 0310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Norwegian Buhund is the best family, farm, herding, people dog in the world. Keep checking back as we continue our journey to self sufficient homesteading. Thanks for looking!
If you can believe it? The puppies are seven weeks and one day old!! Even more unbelievable? There are puppies still available!! Don’t miss your chance to get one of these beautiful, rare, actually endangered, friendly, family, farm dogs. Once you meet a Buhund you will know they are the best dogs in the world.
Now they are 6 weeks old! Can you believe how much they have grown?
Get your reservations in, it’s almost to late for this litter, only one or two left. All are top quality Norwegian Buhund puppies. No runts, no funny markings. Only beautiful puppies available here. Don’t miss your chance to have one of these lovable, friendly, family farm dogs!!
Teal, Light Green Girl
White, Grey Girl
Please contact us at email@example.com or call 248-408-0310
Tuesday March 24, 2015 Cherokee whelped a BIG healthy litter of wheaton colored AKC Norwegian Buhund puppies.
Whelping began at 4:34am with the last puppy delivered at 8:07am.
Here is the pedigree of this litter.
DAM: Zodiac’s Remember The Cherokee
Dam: Zodiac’s Bindy Bu
Sire: Vaulartun’s Tomba Kimura
SIRE: Zodiac’s Magni Catoson
Dam: Zodiac’s Mary Kate
Sire: Cato Magnuson
We are now accepting deposits for this litter.
All puppies will come with first round of shots, will be current on worming schedule (a follow-up with your vet will be needed) and rear dew claws removed.
We can ship puppies anywhere in the U.S. at 8 weeks old at the buyer’s expense (prices dependent on airline) and we will have to look into shipping out of the country as the rules for shipping internationally have recently changed.
It’s been 19 months since we’ve had a litter of bouncing Buhund puppies! It’s hard to believe that Cherokee’s last litter of 8 healthy and beautiful Norwegian Buhund puppies is almost 2 years old already!!! With that said, it’s time for another litter……or 2!!! I am very excited to announce that we are expecting 2 litters of Buhund puppies in just a couple short weeks! Cherokee (Zodiac’s Remember The Cherokee) and been bred again to (Zodiac’s Magni Catoson) and is due around March 22, just 3 weeks from today!
Cherokee’s puppy bump
Cato (Zodiac’s Magni Catoson)
Our black female Vision Acres Storm aka “Stormie” has also been bred to a beautiful black male, Trollheimen Wisdom Of The World aka “Odin” and is due around March 16th, just 2 weeks away!
rare black female Norwegian Buhund “Storm”
This will be Stormie’s first litter and we couldn’t be more excited to see what these 2 beauties produce!
We are currently accepting reservations and deposits for BOTH litters! To reserve your puppy today from either litter, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org when reserving your puppy, please specify which bitch you would like your puppy from, Cherokee or Stormie. Also, please specify male or female and color, wheaten or black. We also need to know if you are interested in a pet quality puppy or a show quality puppy.
Ever wonder how you can get your chickens access to fresh, healthy green matter in the dead of winter when everything is dormant, frozen or snow covered without the added expense of buying it from the grocery store in the produce aisle?
Sprouting is a wonderful and nutritious way to get a lot with just a little and it goes a long way too. One of my favorites and the easiest things to sprout is wheat. In about 5-7 days you’ll have fresh greens they will love! 1 quart jar gives plenty of fresh greens to my 12 chickens and 1 ducks for 1 day.
~Start with a large mason jar with ring, fill bottom with about a half inch of raw wheat, fill the rest of the jar with cold water. Put cheese cloth over the opening of the jar and secure with ring. Let sit in a cool dark place, in a kitchen cabinet works well, or like me, I leave mine behind our coffee pot on the counter, be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.
~After 24 hours drain water, rinse, drain again and let sit. Rinse and drain every 12 hours after that. This step is very important! Without at least 2 rinses in a 24 hour period, mold will start to grow and you do not want that!!
~On the second day you will start to notice tiny little white fibers emerging from the wheat. These are roots and they grow quick!
Wheat Sprouts after 2 days.
~On the fourth day, the roots will be much longer and the “grass” will start to emerge.
Wheat sprouts day 4
~Day 6 your wheat sprouts will now have grown into wheat grass, full of nutrients!
Many other seeds can be sprouted as well as legumes. I have found that black beans do not sprout well, but still have plenty of nutritional benefits.