Since what you usually see with the puppy pictures are the indoor kennels where the pups are born, I thought I would show you where the dogs spend most of the year when the weather is warm.  Brindi and Willow are happy to show you theirs. 10 of the outdoor kennels are 5 feet wide and 10 feet long and one is 7 feet wide and 14 feet long. I don't like concrete so I use vinyl mats that are easily cleaned and comfortable for the dogs with patio blocks along the sides to deter digging.  The board along the back bottom is raised for easy cleaning. The kennels sit inside a fenced yard where they can run play in the grass while their kennels are cleaned. All the kennels have metal roofing for weather protection. If you wonder how much they are allowed to just be dogs, check out my "Just Us" page of my Doxies doing what Doxies do. 

All text and images on this site are the property of  DePayne Enterprises LLC and may not be copied or used in any way without the written permission of the owner.
Awarded to top quality dog and puppies for sale sites.
For pricing info, go here.
The indoor kennels are smaller than the outdoor ones, but still roomy for the dogs.  I did some refurbishing on the indoor kennels before the dogs came in for the 2015 winter. A few of them had "fun" with tiles last winter so I replaced it with linoleum before sealing all around the edges with clear silicone. No tile corners to get hold of now! I made the dividers taller with a cut out in the middle and it works great for keeping papers where they should be. The blue spruce was too pretty to paint so I put 3 coats of polyurethane on them to waterproof them and can still enjoy the colors in the wood. I'm very happy with the way they turned out.  The kennel is heated in the winter with the wood stove that heats our house. It has two large vents with a blower and one vent blows heat to the kennel through an insulated 10" diameter PVC pipe. The large window in the back wall was a birthday present from my husband. There are two other smaller windows on the west wall, one that opens to allow a breeze on warm days and the other holds the air conditioner when it's hot.
Click on the thumbnails for a larger view of each picture (gallery pictures only).
Scroll down to see pictures of the indoor kennels.Two pictures were in the process of being rebuilt for easier cleaning and are all built now, and the outdoor kennels that I spent 2 years rebuilding for more height (for me) and changes made to the bases so fencing doesn't eat all the string from my weedeater. I finally was able to purchase metal roofing in 2013 to replace the tarps on the outdoor kennels YAY!
If I haven't heard from folks on the reserve list in a long time I remove the names unless they have kept in touch to let me know they wish to remain on the list.

1. Lori Ruba - 2 black and tan females.

2. Emily Lang - smooth black and tan female

3. Amanda Kooi - smooth female (or male) cream 

4. Lisa Oates - smooth black and tan female

5. Ruth Sacks - female from Bella

6. Nichole Varner - smooth red female

7. Alyssa Gillette- longhair cream

8. Kim Staker - smooth pup black and tan preferred but other solid colors acceptable

9. Carrie Horton - smooth female dapple

10. Aubry Haberer - Longhair black piebald female

11. Tammy Morris - Longhair female any color

12. Amy Schweers - Longhair female dapple, black or cream

13. Hanna McCubbin - Long haired male or female any  color, dapple preferred

14. Mary Glick - Female longhair

15.  Wiatt Olson - Cream male or female smooth or long

16. Jorie Oaks - longhair cream, smooth blue dapple or red (either sex)

17. Annette Ganoe -  Female smooth dapple blue or black and tan

18. Kellie Guggemos - longhair female cream, dapple, black, or piebald

19.  Josh Bruette - female longhair blue dapple or chocolate dapple other colors considered

20.  Jessica Frantum - male longhair red

21. Nikki Fondara - Male smooth black and tan or red

22. Noelle Cunningham - smooth male dapple or cream

23. Katie Wendt - longhair red female or dapple (other colors considered)

24.  Betsy Heidt - Black and tan dapple or dapple piebald smooth female preferred (open to others)

25. Tracy Mclain - Black and tan or black and cream female smooth or long

26. Chelsey Oachs - smooth dapple either sex any color

27. Nickole Hawkins - Smooth dapple male (female considered)

28. Tanya Sheldon - Female longhair black and tan or dark sable

29. Julie Linderbaum -  female longhair red

30. Lisa Sanchez -  longhair solid color male

31. Tami Wallace - smooth male or female

32. Hannah White - smooth or longhair dapple female

33. Teresa Chapman - longhair cream female but open to other colors

34. Cheri Larson - Brindle pup

35. Ashley Farrier - female longhair dapple, cream or solid black

36. Sue Claiser - smooth chocolate dapple

37. Sally Clinkenbeard - male red

38. Jennifer Dahl - longhair and long or smooth (2 pups)

**Brittney Lane has first choice of any color longhair piebald female after she finishes nursing school.
Sign InView Entries
Upcoming and current 2018  litters  are:
Diamond will be bred on her next heat but I'm not sure yet to whom.  Possibly Draco (brindle male) if he's old enough by her next heat. She's Simon's daughter so if Draco isn't old enough in time then it will be an outside male.
Derry will be going to WI to be bred to a chocolate based longhair cream male, weather permitting, when she comes in heat. If not she wil be bred here to Simon
I plan to breed Liska to a black and tan longhair piebald male from Nebraska.
Fern had her first litter (and our first 2018 litter) on January 11th. She's 9.5# and the sire is Jack, a longhair cream brindle 12#. The pups look like they will mature close the their mother's size. Fern and Jack have 1 female and 2 males. Both males are brindle. I should know shortly if they are long or smooth and make the final call on whether they are cream or red.
Fire will hopefully be bred to a longhair blue male from SD.