Buhund Puppies Available. Three Boys and One Girl Born 11/03/23 Email [email protected] for more information.

Yellow Boy Michael 25 days old Born 11/03/2023. Look at me world!
Red Boy Freddy 25 Days Old born 11/03/2023. Don’t you love my just woke up look?
Green Boy Jason 25 days old born 11/03/23. Reay for my close up, and a snuggle.
Only Girl Heather 25 days old born 11/03/2023. Not a Halloween monster name, I’m much too pretty for that.

Beautiful Buhund puppies available 12/29/2023. Email [email protected] for more information!

One Puppy Available and One Pick Available! [email protected]

Beautiful Black Girl 03262023 Available Now. Can I come over, like forever?
Black Girl Buhund 03262023
Black Girl 03262023. More pictures? I want to play!

This beautiful Black female Buhund is available now. We also have First choice of two black males or second choice from four females, One Black, Three Wheaten born 2/22/2023. Email [email protected] or call 248-408-0310 for information.

One Black Buhund Girl Puppy Is Available! [email protected]

Black Girl Two Seven Weeks Old. I’m just the sweetest thing ever.
Black Girl Two Seven Weeks Old. More Posing? I want to play!

Buhunds are great family dogs, farm dogs and great with kids. This girl has the sweetest temperament and is very playful. Breeding and Show Inquiries welcome. email rose[email protected] or call 248-408-0310 for more information.

Buhund Puppies Available! Just Seven weeks old! [email protected]

Pink Girl Seven Weeks Old 02232024 Hello world.
Pink Girl Seven Weeks Old 02242023
Black Girl One Seven Weeks Old 02242023 More Pictures?
Black Girl One Seven Weeks Old
Red Girl Seven Weeks Old 02242023
Red Girl Seven Weeks Old. Check out my beautiful coat.
Yellow Girl Seven Weeks Old 02242023. My ears are up!
Yellow Girl Seven Weeks Old 02242023. Ready, Set, Jump!
Tisla’s Boy Seven Weeks Old. Hello everybody.
Tisla’s Boy Seven Weeks Old. Aren’t I handsome?
Black Girl Two Seven Weeks Old.  So Pretty.
Black Girl Two Seven Weeks Old

A Wheaten Girl available from this litter. We also have a Choice Puppy available in eight weeks with two beautiful Black Boys to choose from. Call 248-408-0310 or email [email protected] Show/Breeder Inquiries welcome.

Puppies Cuteness Overload. Puppies Available. Ready to go home after 3/4/23 [email protected] for more information.

Pink Girl 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow, Playtime? Yes!!
Pink Girl 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow
Only Boy 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow, How would you like Five Sisters?
Only Boy 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow
Black Girl Two 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow. Picture? I thought you said Snuggle.
Black Girl Two 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow. Aren’t I Pretty?
Red Girl 02/17/2023 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow. Cuteness Contest? I’m In.
Red Girl 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow
Yellow Girl 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow. Ready, Set, GO!
Yellow Girl 02/17/23 Six Weeks Old Tomorrow. Check out that confirmation!

Puppies Available. email roseshadowra[email protected] 248-408-0310. Breeding/Show Inquiries are welcome.

Buhund Puppies available! Five weeks old today. [email protected]

Tisla’s Only Boy Five Weeks Old
Tisla’s Only Boy, Stunning
Black Girl One, One Twinkle on one toe.
Black Girl One, First Black Buhund Female National Specialty Winner?
Yellow Girl Five Weeks Old. Can I go?
Yellow Girl Five Weeks Old, just look at that face.
Black Girl Two Five Weeks Old, Sweetness personified.
Black Girl Two Five Weeks Old, Ready for my close up Mr. DeMille.
Red Girl Five Weeks Old, Am I not gorgeous?
Red Girl Five Weeks Old. Cuteness Overload
Pink Girl Five Weeks Old, I’m ready to play, play, play.
Pink Girls Five Weeks Old, Wha? Playtime? Definitely.

Email [email protected] for more information. 248-408-0310. Breeder/Show inquiries welcome. Puppies can go home on March 4, 2023.

Puppies born 1/7/2023 from Tisla! Puppies are available!

Tisla, our Netherland import has six beautiful puppies. One boy and five girls.
We have Two Black Girls, three wheaten girls and one wheaten Boy. Show and breeding inquiries welcome.

Tisla in Top Ten at Premier! Tisla is the Number One UKC Buhund.
Tilsa has the most beautiful ring movement and some judges have raved about it.
Side shot in the Junior Ring. She Free Stacks like magic.
She has a wonderful personality, very loving, kind and friendly.
The six gorgeous bu babies. Show and breeding inquiries welcome. This genetic line is unique and only currently available. Email roses[email protected] for more information, or call 248-408-0310.


We Love our dogs! If you’ve been around awhile you probably already know that! The last couple of years have been an eye opener for us! During Covid lockdowns, getting our furry friends vet care, whether routine or not, was challenging! Many veterinarian clinics provided emergency care only for several months! That meant routine visits for annual vaccinations, good health exams, etc. had to wait! Many 24hr. emergency vet clinics were no longer 24hr. in our area and those that did remain open, had long wait times! But the challenges didn’t end there! Supply shortages have also had a huge impact on caring for our dogs! Being a responsible pet owner comes with huge responsibility! It’s not about just providing food, water and shelter! There’s so much more that comes with being a responsible pet owner! Today, I’m going to talk about some preparations you can do to be prepared when SHTF.

  1. FINANCIAL PREPS; The world runs on money! If the power grid were to go down, banks will be closed for a time being. You will not be able to run to the closest ATM. Be ready! Have an emergency fund setup in your home to handle such cases. The amount will vary depending on the quantity of pets you have. The more you can squirrel away the better because you never know how long it will be until banks and ATMs are back up and running. Plan for vet emergencies and food expenses.
  2. FOOD PREPS; We always like to have a 90 day food supply on hand at all times! That means we have every day food stored away in it’s ORIGINAL PACKAGING! That’s the most important thing when storing pet food long term. The lining of feed bags is coated in a preservative to make the food shelf stable. Many folks bring a bag of kibble home and transfer it into another container. That’s fine short term, but not long term. Kibble stored in any other container other than its original packaging will go rancid! So, when storing for long term, keep it unopened and in its original packaging in a cool, dark and dry place. If you want to store pet food for longer periods, look into freeze dried options. Freeze dried food can have a shelf life that ranges from 5-25 years depending on what it is. Freeze drying as opposed to dehydrating removes more moisture content in the food which gives it a longer shelf life.
  3. WATER PREPS; This is a hard one! Water stored is bulky and heavy, but water is life! If you live in a rural area and your water comes from a well, you need electricity to run that well. If the power grid goes down, how will you get water? Sure, you may have a generator that can run your well pump, but for how long? Generators run on fuel, fuel will eventually run out and may not be obtainable when you need it! Have a backup plan! One option is to have a manual pump installed so you can still have access to fresh water from your well. If you have livestock, this is a MUST! If you only have a couple small pets, you can stockpile emergency drinking water pouches, these can be purchased through Amazon (pictured below). Worst case scenario, you have to haul water from a large natural water source such as a lake. In which case, you still need to think about purification so be sure to have means for boiling water to kill bacteria and parasites.
  4. FIRST AID PREPS; Emergencies happen! How are you prepared to handle them when they do if you can not get to the vet? Every pet owner should have a first aid kit handy for their furry friends! Some things to have in your kit are: gauze bandages, adhesive medical tape, butterfly sutures (these are non invasive), vet wrap, sterile eye wash, sterile scalpel/knife, scissors and scissors with blunt end, cotton balls, tweezers, tick removal tool, povidone-iodine prep pads, alcohol prep pads, tourniquet, tongue depressors, 3% hydrogen peroxide or activated charcoal to induce vomiting (always check with your vet or animal poisoning before administering), ice pack, disposable gloves, original Neosporin (do not use any wound ointment with pain reliever, this is toxic if ingested), syringe, blood clotting powder, towels, sterile saline solution for flushing wounds, pain/fever reducer (ask your vet), Benadryl (ask your vet for dosage for your animal), disposable pee pads, these are great for keeping a work area clean if you need to clean and dress wounds especially if outside etc., trash bag, flashlight/headlamp, know how to perform the heimlich maneuver or buy a choking device that serves as a plunger to force the lodged object out, have copies of your pets vet records with lists of any known allergies and emergency contact info in your kit too. NOTE: I am not a veterinarian so I have not included dosing for any meds, you will need to ask your vet for that info and keep it in your first aid kid.
  5. ALTERNATIVE CARE; Have a plan in the event that you are not able to care for your animals. If you have a house fire, accident, health crisis etc., how will you care for your pets? A better question, is WHO will care for your pets. Talk to your neighbors, family or friends about helping you should an emergency present itself that puts you in a position where you are not capable of caring for your pets. Have a spare house key hidden outside your home in case someone needs to go to your home to care for your pets. Have instructions written out and easy to find for your stand-in caretaker in case you are incapable of giving instructions, be sure to keep these instructions updated. Have leashes and collars within an arms reach of your pet. Our dogs are crated while we’re away and each dog has a collar and leash with their crate.

As you can see, there is a lot to think about! Being prepared BEFORE an emergency will help that emergency be less stressful and chaotic should it happen.

Can be ordered off Amazon

Introducing Cloudpointe’s Carpe Diem “Captain”

At just shy of 9 months old with limited showing, Captain has one AKC major achieved during the weekend of the Norwegian Buhund National September 2022 and first points towards his Championship! He is also already a multiple Owner Handler Group placing dog in just 1 show! Placing first, second, third, and fourth all beautifully handled by his young owner handler Micaela. We are super excited to see what the future has in store for this very promising young dog!

Captain was bred by: Amie McLaughlin and Val Eber

Owned by: Micaela Kenyon, Meesha VanEtten, Ted Kenyon, and Amie McLaughlin

Owner Handled Herding GROUP 3
Owner Handled Herding GROUP 2
Winners Dog, Best of Winners and Best of Opposite Sex at his very first competitive show earning his first point towards his AKC Championship at 7 months old.
First OWNER HANDLED HERDING GROUP 1 at just 8.5 months old