Welcome to Hill Country Chihuahuas!!!!

Of all the breeds in the world, the Chihuahua is the smallest. Chihuahuas are compact and intelligent and love being with their owners.  The Chihuahua is an excellent little watchdog.  They are a hardy breed and can live 14-18 years.  For such a tiny creature, their personality is anything but small!  Chihuahuas typically are not aware of their smaller size and like to hang out with the big boys or take on a much larger canine or neighborhood cat!  Chihuahua’s devotion is without limits.  They quickly become the president of your fan club!  They are not typically roamers and like to stay close to their humans.  Chihuahuas are excellent pets for small homes and they do well in apartment living.  Many dogs are bred for working purposes, but the Chihuahua is bred to be a companion.

Once a Chihuahua snuggles into your heart, you will forever be the breed’s #1 fan.

  AKC Texas Born and Texas Bred

Take your boots off, sit down and rest awhile while you browse our website and view our collection of AKC long coat and smooth coat Chihuahuas!  We are located between Austin and San Antonio!  We have bred only Chihuahuas since 2004.

 

 

 

Updated: 9-25-2022    

God bless America!!! 

Birth Announcement!  Sept. 11, 2022 Hope/Buddy delivered their litter!  The female is black, long coat and the male is white, with silver spots, long coat.  These two puppies will be ready to go home between 9-10 wks of age, (between November 11-19th).  Due to the holidays make sure you will be able to do pick up during the above mentioned time frame.  Puppies go home with 1 puppy shot, possibly two but will not be fully protected against infections until they have their 3rd puppy shot. We do not recommend puppy be exposed to lots of people prior to their final, 3rd puppy shot is in place.  If you are not able to commit to a pickup date during the afore mentioned time frame, just plan on adopting a puppy from a later litter.  Thank you!

 

 

 

If you have not already read the Helpful Information page, please do so! It should answer many of your questions!  The protocol we follow when making our puppies available for deposit can be found on that page!  Reading the helpful information is required before you are able to place a puppy on hold.  Every breeder has a protocol they follow and when a customer places a puppy on hold with us, it should reflect that they have responsibly educated themselves as to what we practice and what we offer. Then when they place their puppy on hold, they are agreeing with our stated protocol and they will not have expectations that exceed what we offer.  Our home page is typically updated on a daily basis so the information here is kept current.  We do not have a waiting list or a mailing list.  Check this home page frequently for all updates.

 

 

Contact us:The best way to reach us is through email.  I joke that I type faster than I talk.  Due to family responsibilities, health issues and activities, emailing is a perfect way for me to answer your questions and “meet” you.  Please, remember that we have an excellent resource for many questions on our website’s Helpful Information page.  Take the time to browse that page and hopefully it will be insightful.  Calls may or may not get responses, but emails will always receive responses from us, typically without delay.  Text messages will usually direct you to email.

sjo14@satx.rr.com (Best way to reach us!)

830-556-6049

 

I retain the right to choose the best home for my dog/puppies and refuse any sale for any reason.
I also retain the right to refund a deposit and terminate a sale if I feel there is a reason to do so.

 

 


Texas Licensed Breeder

License #138

Dog and cat breeders are regulated by the

Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

PO Box 12157

Austin, TX, 78711-2157

1-800-803-9208/512-463-6599

www.license.state.tx.us

www.tdlr.texas.go