Vermont Dog Breeders
 
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Pocket Full Of Goldens Barre, VT

Dog Breeds:   Golden Retriever
We have 3 Goldens that are our family pets. Our puppies are family raised
around children from birth. We feed only homemade dog food. Our puppies will
only go to approved homes.
 
Green Mountain Corgis Bellows Falls, VT

Dog Breeds:   Pembroke Welsh Corgi
 
Silver Dove Hill Farm Bennington, VT

We raise Australian Shepherds ONLY Our goal is to breed the best all-around
pet/companion Aussie. Temperament is as important as breeding and
conformation.
 
Roger Jobin Brattleboro, VT

 
Maple Peak Kennel Bristol, VT

Website:   http://maplepeakkennel.wixsite.com/golden-retrievers
Dog Breeds:   English Golden Retrievers, Golden Retriever
 
Pinnacle Puppies Burlington, VT

Dog Breeds:   Australian Shepherd, Chihuahua, Goldendoodle
Happy, healthy, home raised puppies. All puppies receive age appropriate
vaccines and de-wormings and TONS of attention.
 
Michelle Hogan Chelsea, VT

Dog Breeds:   Alaskan Husky, Alaskan Malamute
We are a very small kennel who had an extra litter this year. All of our pups
are raised in the house as our own pets. Mom, Dad, Auntie, two brothers and a
half brother are here. We have great puppy references too!
 
Oak Tree Farm Chester, VT

Website:   http://www.oaktreefarm.rocks/
Dog Breeds:   Native American Indian Dog, Newfoundland
I am home full time so all of my animals get the best of care and
socialization. My breeding dogs are OFA tested once they are of age. It is my
philosophy to only promote healthy and happy dogs. For additional information
call, or email.
 
Tams Mini Schnauzers East Hardwick, VT

Beautiful purbred miniature schnauzers lovingly home raised ❤. Will be
vetted and have first and second shots. For more information text 802-595-5345
 
Katharine Pellizzari East St. Johnsbury, VT

We spend all day with each litter and introducing them to a variety of
stimuli. Parents on premises, both help to rear the litter. When allowed to
interact with both parents they develop appropriate dog manners.
 
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