*Bumblebee Acres Farm*
Quality AKC Havanese puppies
for loving families, Show and Performance prospects
Located in Harvard, IL.
Puppies are Here!
Named after famous designers we proudly introduce;
*Valentina, female Golden/Red Brindle Tri-color~Available~
Valentina is a sweet, calm, yet playful puppy that loves to cuddle.
And just look at that face! She's a happy lover of life.
**Approved Homes Only**
Our Havanese puppies mean the world to us, so naturally we want to know about the home you will provide. Please click open the box below to fill out
our Puppy Application~Serious Inquires only please!
We reserve the right to carefully select homes for our precious puppies.
~Puppy Status & Policies~
By placing a non-refundable deposit you are agreeing with the sales policies listed on this web page.
~I cannot hold a puppy without a non-refundable deposit~
Available = Welcome to inquire about the puppy.
Pending = Have become an approved Family by filling out puppy application and non-refundable deposit is in transit
(if not received within 5 days puppy becomes available again).
Reserved = Non-refundable deposit has been received. Any monies received towards a puppy are non-refundable.
Sold = Full payment has been made,
puppy may already be in it's new home.
Once a puppy has reached the date, determined by me (usually between 8-10 weeks), that it is ready to go to it's new home the puppy MUST be picked up within two weeks of that date unless prior arrangements have been agreed upon by me. If the puppy is not picked up within those two weeks then it will become available again and any monies given towards that puppy
will NOT be refunded.
**Puppies being placed in Pet homes will come with companion/limited AKC papers, this is done to protect the puppy and to ensure a legitimate pet home. **
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Pics of a past litter ...
Puppy bliss, it doesn't get any better than this!
Scarlett being chased by Nessie Messie & Tara in the lead
Following the leader (Georgia, Scarlett, Prince, Shifu, Baby Belle aka Evangeline)
Havanese love music, dance, fun, good food and good company.
They love life and we could not imagine ours without their joyous presence.
If you would love to add a little Cuban "spice of life" to your home
please send us an email today.
Life's Abundance Dog Food
Here at Bumblebee Acres, our puppies mean the world to us so we feed
Life's Abundance dog/puppy food exclusively. We used to feed a popular commercial pet food with decent results, but have since changed for a number of very important reasons. To find out why Life's Abundance is a superb diet for your puppy/dog, please click on the dog food picture above. We believe that our furry best friends deserve the absolute best for their health and well being and we hope you consider switching too.
Romeo,one of our Havanese, says, "Bon appetite!".
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All the Havanese puppies
in the following pictures are in their forever homes.
Please enjoy their pictures!
~Brother Love~ ~Sister Love~
The little Misses in hats
All our Havanese puppies are born and raised right in our home
(right next to my computer to be exact!) where they receive
loving attention and become properly socialized so that they will be accustomed to regular family life, kids, and other pets.
kept these two gorgeous Havanese puppies
from our Spring 2006 litter...
the joyous wonder pup Bumblebeeacres Pendragon (Our Howl)!
11 & 13 weeks and 5 1/2 months
absolute joy, Howl is staying here at Bumblebeeacres and will
take on the show world when he's 6 months, so look out!
1st weekend out at AKC shows he took Winner's Dog & Best
Opposite both days, way to go Howl!!! He now has 3 pts. to his AKC Championship title.
(my lovely daughter) & Howl make an awesome team in the
show ring. Together, against stiff competition, they won the
title "Grand Champion Junior Showmanship 2006" at
the McHenry County fair 4H Dog Show.
& Howl will also be going down state to Springfield, Illinois
at the end of August 2006 to represent our county at the State
Fair Dog Show. This is where all the winners of each county
get together to compete for the Illinois State title of
Champion Junior Showmanship 2006".
is the 2nd year in a row that Samantha will be competing at
the State level. Last year she teamed up with Howl's sire,
Romeo. It's very exciting to see Howl following in his Father's
Samantha & Howl win
Reserve Grand Champion Junior Handler State Of Illinois 2006!
Howl is back on the prowl! On April 5, 2008 Howl placed 1st in his class at the AKC dog show in Dekalb, IL.
Samantha and Howl are teaming back up for 2008 AKC and 4H shows.
Bumblebeeacres Twighlight Pixie!
such a little lover, wants to be a Bella Diva like her Mommy
Pixie is a black brindle (Havana Brown) and is slowly changing from almost black to blue, a rare and beautiful color. She should be fully blue when she is about 6 years old. Havanese color changes are alot of fun!
What are Brindle colored Havanese???
Brindle colored Havanese have a classic mask or partial dark mask, tail and dorsal stripe, they have stripped color markings as puppies and under their adult coat with black hair sprinkled throughout. The agouti colored Havanese is a type of Brindle with the difference being that instead of colored stripes the coloring is on each shaft of hair in layers that form rings or bands of color.The golden/red agouti has rings of color when you blow into their fur of cream, black/grey, and red/gold. they have black hair sprinkled throughout the coat.
This color type will undergo a wide color change from puppy throughout it's life. They can lighten until almost cream and than gradually get some of their puppy color back through the years. Unlike the sable coated Havanese where the color is at the tips of the coat, bridles and agoutis retain more of their coloring. Havanese coat color transitions are fascinating and beautiful, and are one of the treasures of owning a Havanese.
The color Havana Brown, or Black Brindle Havanese,
is described as being black as a puppy,
or so dark brown as to appear almost black. However, as the puppy matures the hairs start to change from tip to root into various shades of Tobacco brown, red, and black giving the dog a deep chocolate appearance.The pigment (eye rims, and nose) of the Havana brown is always black.
The coloring Havana Brown is also known as Black Brindle.
. As adults they will be a very dark chocolate color.
The picture below is what the puppy's coat look like close up.
Check out my "Furbabies page" to see an adult Havana brown---his name is Cujo.
Above are 10 day old Havanese puppies.
On the far left is a classic brindle (notice the dark dorsal stripe) this puppy will go through many coat color changes but will never just "creme" or "whiten" out as a sable color puppy would. The middle is most likely a blue although we won't know until weeks, months, possibly years before the color finishes developing---otherwise it may be a Havana brown. The puppy on the far right is a solid black and will keep this color it's entire life.
Tino the Snow Monster!!!
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