Litters at Linamia

Dawn and her pups
Photo is of a previous litter.


Toastie has a new litter sired by High Voltage Rough Rider SH. Ted has 4 master hunter passes in five attempts and five AKC championship points in several weekends of showing. Ted is a son of GCH Poplar Forest Play It Again Sam UD RE MH MHU, himself a son of two Ch MHs. Tedís mother is a pointed daughter of a Ch MH. Toastie has 11 AKC titles, in hunt tests, agility, obedience and rally, and is a seasoned therapy dog. Six of the puppies in her first litter are service dogs. The two females are taken, but two of the three males are still available. This litter has the potential to be whatever you want, except maybe top field trial competitors.

Toastie's pups

Jilly will be bred to Ted when she comes in season. Blacks and yellows expected. This will be a line breeding on Ch Pembroke Black Mist Poplar Forest MH. At the time she got her titles, Misty was the youngest dog to become a CH MH. There will be five Ch MH, one MH not shown, and one Ch SH in a three generation pedigree. Jilly has 9 AKC titles, and is not done yet. She currently is training for her Graduate Open and Utility titles, agility open, and senior hunters titles.

Inquiries welcome at: 920 748-3989 or

Photos from previous litters (all pups are in their homes).

puppy posing

puppy posing

puppy posing

puppy posing

puppy posing

I breed only when I want something from the litter myself. Puppies are raised in the house and housebreaking is started by trips outside to pee and play. All appropriate health checks are done (OFA hips and elbows, ACVO vet eye checks on adults and puppies), and all pups are examined by a veterinarian. I offer a replacement pup if a genetic problem prevents your dog from fulfilling the purpose for which you bought it, and I will take back a dog that needs a new home at anytime during its life. I have shipped puppies anywhere from Connecticut to California. Puppies are sold on limited registration.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to changes in how the USDA defines puppy brokers, I must change my policy on shipment of puppies. Unless a recent ruling is repealed, anyone who has more than four breedable females of any species AND ships puppies will be considered a commercial puppy broker and must meet the criteria of the USDA for commercial producers. These criteria are impossible to meet if your dogs are house pets, as mine are. And it is hard to carry on a viable breeding program with only four females, as puppies who are still being evaluated and have not passed their tests for eyes ,hips, elbows, etc. count toward that total of four. The official reason for this ruling is that puppies have been misrepresented by people who sell online and customers have been sold puppies who are sick or not as they are described on the web. This may in fact be a problem, and anyone should avoid websites with large numbers of breeding females, no titles, and no health records. However, the real impetus comes from the animal rights people, who want to end all animal breeding. Be aware that your rights to procure puppies from reputable breeders are under attack!

Photos of Linamia puppies from past litters.

puppies napping

Daisy with her pups

yellow lab puppies playing

yellow male Lab pup
7 week old yellow male from a previous litter.

black and yellow Lab pups
Celia's 2009 litter.

yellow puppy  black puppy

yellow and black puppy sleeping
6 week old puppies by CH Waterbound Locke On Laddy MH X Chuckanut CC Memory Banks JH

To see what some of the puppies we have bred are doing now, please Click Here.

Inquiries welcome at: 920 748-3989 or