Emotional Support Animals Can Bring Additional Comfort to Your Home!

Emotional Support Animals offer comfort to people struggling with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues.

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Emotional Support Animal

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Tonkinese & Balinese Cats

Tonkinese cats are extremely outgoing and friendly, considered puppy like at all ages, and love to be around people with relatively few health issues. Balinese cats are more allergy friendly for those with sensitivities.

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Mini Golden and Goldendoodles 

Mini Golden Retrievers are all the best parts of Golden Retrievers in a smaller size. Goldendoodles offer a more hypoallergenic option. Both breeds come in a range of sizes to meet your needs and make amazing family dogs.

Cost + Care

Bringing a new pet to your home is a big commitment. One that deserves careful investigation and a financial investment. Breeding the right way is extremely expensive. 

We spend thousand of dollars in vet care and testing to make sure we have the healthiest dogs and cats possible. We also invest in continuing education, top quality parents, the best nutrition and the overall improvement of our breeding program.  

When you invest now, you are saving long term health costs and giving your puppy or kitten the best change to live a healthy and happy life. 

Kittens range between $1500-$2000 and puppies are $3500. That includes lifetime support, microchipping, vet checks and vaccinations based on age.

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