Baby Enda, 2 weeks old

Visit our page on Choosing Your Puppy, or our Expectations page to get a glimpse of what goes into raising a Wild Night puppy.

I am very selective about who I sell Wild Night puppies to. The majority will go into homes as companions to families, and that makes Temperament one of the three most important traits I breed for.  The other two attributes to round out the “whole dog” would be impeccable Structureand as close to picture perfect Health as possible.

I raise my pups with a balanced mix of science, nature and experience. I seek to have as natural an upbringing as possible for our puppies while inserting important experiences at development-appropriate times. I provide as stimulating an environment as possible as the pups' physical and mental development allows them to engage. I do not want to do too much too soon but want to stretch and challenge the pups, both physically and mentally, as they grow.

I strongly believe that we can actually increase the size and complexity of our pups' brains by the things we do with their dam before they are born (nutrition, Omega 3 fatty acid supplementation) and the pups themselves after birth. I do BioSensor exercises and offer unique scents before their eyes and ears open. I then increase the complexity of their environment once their eyes and ears open, they become more coordinated and their minds can handle problem-solving. I let them get themselves in and out of trouble, solving their own problems, while ensuring their safety. All of my efforts focus on making each pup the best that it can possibly be.