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DHC Kennels
Welcome to DHC Kennels! We pride ourselves in being Professional Pet Providers. We are USDA and State Licensed and inspected as well as AKC and Veterinarian inspected yearly. All of our dogs are a part of our family. We are committed to raising good quality puppies and hope that we can help you to find your newest family member.  Also please remember when purchasing a puppy that all deposits paid are non-refundable but are transferable. Feel free to check out all of the albums full of puppies we have available now and we hope that you will come back and visit us from time to time and check out the new babies. Please contact us at 417-531-0530 or email me at dhckennels@outlook.com if you have any questions. We would love to hear from you! Thanks!
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Our Kennel
1. Our Kennel  (April 24, 2012)
This folder contains information about us and our kennel, as well as many wonderful reviews from customers as far back as 2005.
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Satisfied Customers
2. Satisfied Customers  (November 21, 2008)
This folder is for previous satisfied customers to show off their new puppies to everyone.If you have a picture of your pet you would like to have posted here, please email the pics to: dhckennels@outlook.com
We would love to hear from you!
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Rat Terriers
3. Rat Terriers  (February 26, 2016)
​RTs are happy-go-lucky, playful, long-lived pets. As farm dogs, they generally get on well with other dogs and livestock; but as terriers, small quick-moving animals like squirrels can fire up their engines. Home and family oriented, RTs are vigilant watchdogs. They can be wary of strangers but not adverse to friending their humans’ friends. RTs are among the most trainable of terriers, and sports like agility, flyball, and coursing are excellent ways to socialize them and burn off excess energy. Life Expectancy: 15-18 years or more
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Schipperke
4. Schipperke  (May 2, 2016)
Schipperke's temperament shows it to be a positive dog, exhibiting very strong likes and dislikes, capable of making a decision about a situation.The breed is fond of children if properly socialized and supervised and frequently will attach itself to the children of the family, becoming their loving, loyal and watchful companion.Life Expectancy: 13-15 years but we have heard of some that lived 20 years or more.
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SHIBA INU PUPPIES
5. SHIBA INU PUPPIES  (June 2, 2016)
Shiba Inu are curious, cheerful, and watchful. They bond closely with their owners. They are easily housebroken and bark infrequently. They make wonderful family pets and are very low maintence. Life Expectancy: 12-15 years
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