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Meet Kora

Meet Kora

We have found our new girl and she is a champion just like he father!! Kora is a seal mink with beautiful, bright, contrasting rosettes and beautiful aqua eyes. She is the best of the best and we can’t wait to see the beautiful litters she will produce with Loki. Meet Kora!!


Bengal Litter 2019 Update

Bengal Litter 2019 Update

We are in the process of restructuring our breeding program. We are going global! I am actively searching for quality females from unique bloodlines to prepare for our next litter. We will post updates on our search to keep everyone informed! Please make sure to reserve your kitty early, babies from the next litter will not last!


Our First Frenchie Litter of 2019

Our First Frenchie Litter of 2019

We're so happy to announce that we brought our first litter of the year into the world on February 20th 2019! Masha did an excellent job free whelping 7 adorable, healthy puppies. I was there by her side the entire time to offer support and monitor the progress of the labor and delivery. Masha literally did all the hard work herself. It was an exhausting day and night for both of us. And now we cannot wait for the pups to open their eyes and begin exploring their living area and eventually the house. It's going to be a joy...


How Often We Breed Our French Bulldogs

We believe that in the case of the French Bulldog, they need to have breaks in between litters. This time to recover is essential for the Frenchie because pregnancy and lactation is much harder on their bodies than most dog breeds. There are many different opinions on this and everyone is entitled to come to their own conclusions based on what they feel comfortable with. No matter why you're breeding a dog, there are a few things that every responsible pet owner and breeder should keep in mind before they get started. When choosing...


How Often We Breed Our Bengal Cats

The decision on how often to breed a species depends a lot on the species and breed you are using. Female felines usually can only ovulate when they are "in heat". They will announce that they are ready to mate using many signals and sounds such as yowling, spraying, assuming the mating pose, or being overly affectionate. This signals that her hormones are at an adequate level to ovulate. Bengals are obligatory ovulators. Bengal females must be stimulated with multiple breedings in order to ovulate. If the cats are too young or not healthy enough the female will not get...