Entlebucher Mountain Dog puppies from BCOE (Breeder Code of Ethics) members
You are interested in an Entlebucher Mountain Dog puppy. Congratulations! The National Entlebucher Mountain Dog Association can help provide you with information about upcoming litters from our approved BCOE members. NEMDA BCOE members have signed the BCOE document stating their commitment to one of NEMDA’s highest objectives: To promote the responsible breeding of quality Entlebuchers that are both mentally and physically sound which is accomplished through solid breeding practices that preserve and strive to improve the health of the Entlebucher, while advocating to protect and maintain the Entlebucher breed standard. This overriding goal is important whether individual breeders plan to breed the next top winning show dog, agility star, therapy dog, search and rescue hero, or simply the best pet an owner can have!
Disclaimer: At least one of the Entles in a breeding pair listing must be owned by a current member in good standing of the National Entlebucher Mountain Dog Association and NEMDA’s Breeders Code of Ethics program (BCOE). NEMDA, its officers and board members and Breed Committee do not endorse or guarantee the services of said members and accepts no responsibility for any transaction between a buyer and seller. These listings are provided as a service to the public.
Entlebucher Puppy Litter Announcements
Updated: August 22, 2017
Expecting Puppies – California
Sire: Hills To Mtn. Rocky Mtn. Music
CAER Eyes 11-8957
Dam: X’mas Angel from BALIHARA Ranch
CAER Eyes 14-6500
Expected Due Date: September 15, 2017
Currently Accepting Applications
Ojai Valley Entlebuchers
Contact: Sue Todd
Ph: (805) 798-0740
This page features litter announcements from Parent Club Breeders that adhere to responsible, ethical breeding standards. We have heard many stories about the practices of other fringe groups or independent breeders. As a parent club, NEMDA cannot recommend any breeders that do not subscribe to the NEMDA Breeders Code of Ethics. Please do your homework, get hard copies of test results and find out how closely inbred the breeding pairs are that other breeders are utilizing. Entlebuchers are a rare breed with a small gene pool yet it is possible to breed for diversity, health, and betterment of the breed with conscientious research and education!
Check back frequently for updates on current and future Entlebucher Mountain Dog litters from approved BCOE breeders!
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