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Welcome to our site! 
Home of  the #1 Havanese in the state of Hawaii.

We home-raise and pride ourselves in producing well-socialized  puppies from Multi-Champion bloodlines, working closely with international breeders.
We are located on the island of Oahu.  This location makes it convenient for international shipping and is a rabies-free environment, so no problem in shipping to rabies-free countries.
For those unfamiliar with the Havanese, you will find that they are extremely intelligent, loyal, very loving, playful and always eager to please.

Non-shedding, hypoallergenic and odorless, these little fur-babies make great companions to all ages.

The Havanese is a very people-oriented dog.  They will follow their humans around the house, but yet are not overly possessive of their people...showing no aggression or jealousy towards other dogs, pets, or other humans.

Because we are a small breeding program, we work very closely with other breeders - international as well as state-side to offer the best bloodlines and temperaments.  All of our dogs and puppies have genetic health testings done on a yearly basis.

Our main focus is to try and better the breed with each breeding; preserving the true nature of the Havanese in health, function and beauty.




Smart, nimble and loving, the Havanese is accomplished in any number of canine sports and activities. Among the venues where this multitalented dog can be found are the agility, conformation, obedience and rally rings, as well as nursing homes, hospitals and schools, where their therapy visits are eagerly anticipated.

Havanese have been described as having springs on their legs. Their athletic ability and love of running and jumping make them ideally suited to competition in agility trials, and it’s not unusual to see a Havanese in hot competition, racing through the course, hair flying.   Dog World, July 2008

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