Texas Puppy Pal
Jack Russell 10/10/17 2 male 1 female
Chihuahua 11/11/17 2 males
Jack Russell 11/16/17 4 males 1 female
Parson Russell due 12/13/17.....
Texas Puppy Pal is proud to offer:
Jack Russell Terriers (Smooth and Broken Coats)
Chipoos (tcups white, light cream apricot and parti sable)
Yorkipoos and Maltipoos on occasion.
When you adopt from us:
Potty training (Begins at 6 weeks)
Up to date shot and worming records
Blanket and toy
Puppy Registration Papers (pure bred only)
Your Puppy receives lots of love from our family
Socialized with dogs
Socialized with small children
Licensed Hobby Breeder by the State of Texas, TDLR #262
We are about 50 miles east of Dallas, Wills Point, TX,
a small kennel. We are Texas Licensed #262
Texas Puppy Pal is proud to offer:
Jack"Parson" Russell Terriers, Russell Terriers and Chipoos, Maltipoos & Yorkies & Chorkies.
"Jack" Parson Russell's and Chipoos, Maltipoos, Yorkiepoos,Chorkies
Our Puppies Have gone to Loving homes all over the USA, Puerto Rico*, St. Thomas* and Canada*
Be sure to check out our satisfied customers on our Testimonial page.
Most puppies can be picked up at 8 weeks.
Sales Tax is collected on all puppies sold in Texas, see more information on our puppy agreement page.
East Texas Results, texaspuppypal.com, Wills Point, TX 75169 (214) 336-4824 TDLR#262
We are located 45 miles east of Dallas, TX
A Puppy is waiting to be your Pal....
Every puppy has a unique personality and disposition. Because of this, every puppy needs to be loved and nurtured. This requires a unique breeder, with a wide range of experience and a wealth of knowledge. Whether you want to train your puppy for dog shows or simply have a loyal companion, you need expert guidance to effectively adopt the right puppy for you. If you want a loving, sociable, pre-spoiled puppy, you can count on Texas Puppy Pal to breed with love and compassion.
IF I HAD NO DOGS AND PUPPIES.......
I could walk around the yard barefoot in safety. My house could be carpeted instead of tiled and laminated. All flat surfaces, clothing, furniture, and cars would be free of hair. When the doorbell rings, it would not sound like the kennels. When the doorbell rings, I could get to the door without wading through fuzzy bodies who beat me there.
I could sit on the couch the way I wanted, without taking into consideration how much space several fur bodies would need to be comfortable. I would not have strange presents under Christmas tree -- dog bones, stuffed animals, nor would I have to answer to people why I wrap them. I would not be on a first-name basis with three veterinarians. The most used words in my vocabulary would not be: out, sit, down, come, no, stay, and leave him/her ALONE.
My house would not be cordoned off into zones with baby gates or barriers. My pockets would not contain things like poop bags, treats and an extra leash. I would no longer have to spell the words B-A-L-L, F-R-I-S-B-E-E, R-I-D-E, OR W-A-L-K.
I would not have as many leaves INSIDE my house as outside. I would not look strangely at people who think having ONE dog ties them down TOO much. I'd look forward to spring and the melting of snow instead of dreading mud season. I would not have to answer the question "Why do you have so many dogs?" from people who will never have the joy in their lives of knowing they are loved unconditionally by something as close to an angel as they will ever get. HOW EMPTY MY LIFE WOULD BE.