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Havanese Pictures

(Bichon Havanais) (Havana Silk Dog) (Bichon Havanese)

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Seven Havanese are laying and sitting outside on a plastic porch couch/storage container

The crew at MistyTrails Havanese

Havanese puppies bred by Misty Trails Havanese, being taught there is a place to sleep, a place to eat and a place to go to the bathroom—this is called the Misty Method. Puppies that are raised with this method (while still with the breeder) are easier to housetrain.

A whelping box with a litter of Havanese puppies. They are all standing on a mat. There are a bunch of toys behind them and an area with poop all over in the back end of the pen.

These 8 puppies are only 5 weeks old. There were 16 poops and pees in the night, and every one of them is on the paper.

A whelping box with puppies towards the clean front and a board making a partial wall to separate a room for the back toilet area where there is poop and pee all over.

"The stools are a little soft, as I just wormed them; it is important to worm your puppies every 2 weeks. I use a mild wormer at 2 and 3.5 weeks, and a little stronger one at 5 and 7 weeks."

Seven small puppies in a whelping area. Two Havanese Puppies are laying on the dog bed part of the whelping box. There are Three puppies on a papered pee area and there are two more Havanese puppies sitting in front of the dog bed

"In the morning when I wake up to this poop, I quickly just cover it with another piece of paper, as shown above. Then after they all say hi and have breakfast, I change all the paper while they are eating. Remember before 5 weeks you leave the smelly poop there to attract them and just cover it. But, once they catch on and always use the paper you can keep it clean and change it more often. Do not leave the exposed poop for the puppies to run through and track all over. You do NOT want the puppies’ feet to be covered in poop (or bodies when they start to play and roll). A sign that a puppy has not been raised in a clean environment would be yellow/brown stained legs. Remember, this early training from a breeder makes it much easier for the new owner to train the puppy."

Courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A chocolate with white Havanese puppy is laying on a couch. Its head is turned to the left. There is a white vignette around the image. The words - MistyTrails Havanese - are overlayed

Java, a chocolate with white puppy, photos courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white Havanese dog is being posed in a stack by a kneeling person behind it.

Quito (whose dam was imported directly from Cuba) at 1 year is just working on his adult coat coming in. He now has a Canadian Championship title! Some dogs have thinner coats, like Quito pictured here. The Cuban bloodlines seem to have thinner coats and the Dutch/Spain/Sweden lines seem to have much thicker coats. Photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A brown and white Havanese puppy is laying on the neck of a smiling boy.

Havanese are known to lighten in color as they get older. Pictured is Quito as a young pup. Photos courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white with grey Havanese is laying in grass in front of a wire fence looking back.

Quito at one year, photos courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white and tan with grey Havanese is being posed in a stack by a person behind him in a kitchen.

Here is Quito (Cuban bloodline) again. He did yet another molt, lost his hair and I clipped him down (took 2" off him) as he finished his championship, because I wanted to start over with his coat. His hair is coming back in dark. He started sable, at one point he was pure white, now he is going back to his puppy color. Photos courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

The Cuban bloodlines have offered great temperaments to our breeding program. We have had the chance to work with 5 dams imported from Cuba into Canada.

Three Havanese puppies are outside in a wicker basket that looks like a Longaberger with their front paws over the edge.

Adorable Havanese puppies, photo courtesy of Gota Hav'a Havanese

A black with white Havanese puppy is standing on a white tiled floor looking to the left

Misty at 3 months, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A black with white Havanese puppy is wearing a pink collar sitting on a carpet and looking forward

Misty at 3 months, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A black Havanese puppy is sitting in front of a brown teddy bear

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white Havanese puppy is sitting in front of a brown teddy bear

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white with black Havanese puppy is sitting in front of a brown teddy bear. The teddy bear is next to a red number 5

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white with tan Havanese puppy is sitting against a white backdrop and looking behind itself. There is a brown teddy bear in front of it

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

A white with black Havanese is sitting on a white backdrop and looking to the left with a brown Teddy Bear in front of it

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

Four Havanese puppies are sitting on a white backdrop with a brown teddy bear to the right of them.

Puppies at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese

Top photo - A tan with black Havanese puppy is sitting in front of a brown teddy bear. Bottom photo - A tan with black Havanese puppy is looking at the brown Teddy bear

Puppy at 5 weeks, photo courtesy of MistyTrails Havanese