Puppies for sale
We have been very fortunate to receive five fantastic litters of puppies during 2018. There are now a few puppies looking for new homes!
From the first litter after Ch. Topasar Rhapsody in Red (Melody) and Ch. Caratoots Creamy Candyman (Freddie), born on March 3, the two boys Caratoots Charles Caren and Caratoots Classic Centerpiece moved to the USA and have already started a successful show career. One of the girls, Caratoots Charming Chanelle, moved to Stockholm, while the last girl Caratoots Candid Camelia is staying with us at Villa Caratoots.
IOn July 11 Ch. Caratoots Classic Cocktail (Diva III) gave birth to a litter of three, a repeat of the successful breeding in 2017 sired by Ch. Caratoots Calvados Creme (Clinton). Caratoot’s Colonial Colada has moved to our friend Lena in Upplands Väsby, while Caratoot’s Cranberry Collins will remain with Kennel Caratoots. The adorable girl of the litter, Caratoots Caribbean Champagne is now looking for a new home.
Towards the end of summer, on August 1, Ch. Caratoots Cosmopolitan Cocktail (Cookie II) produced two great puppies, sired by Ch. Caratoots Creamy Candyman (Freddie). The girl Caratoots Crunchy Cookie has moved to Brazil, and her marvelous brother Caratoots Cookie Cutter is now looking for a new home.
Due to the amazing quality of the first litter of the year, we repeated the breeding after summer. On October 10 Ch. Topasar Rhapsody in Red (Melody) and Ch. Caratoots Creamy Candyman (Freddie) gave us four gorgeous boys to be proud of. Caratoots Cutting Corners has already found a new home in Stockholm, while two of the mischievous brothers Caratoots Close Call, Caratoots Case Closed and Caratoots Cold Case are now looking for new homes.
Finally on Christmas Eve it was time for Ch. Caratoots Chocolate Chock (Dooley) to deliver her precious Christmas gifts, sired by Caratoots Cotton Club (Boston II). Three adorable girls made our holidays so special. Caratoots Christmas Chock, Caratoots Christmas Cotton and Caratoots Christmas Chocolate are stilled nurished by their mother, and two of them will eventually be looking for new homes.