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Three B's Texas Cuties
 
 
 

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WELCOME
We would like to take the time to thank you for visiting and welcome you to our web site.   We take pride in each and every one of our dogs - they are apart of our family.  Our dogs are raised in a clean, airy environment with lots of running and playing room.  Our expecting moms are brought inside our dog house for extra TLC, and all our puppies are raised indoors till they are ready for adoption.  Our puppies are registered and come with a one year health guarantee.  They go to their new homes with all their vaccinations and wormings up to date, a bag of quality dog food, registration papers, and pedigree.  Our goal is to bring a healthy bundle of joy into your world while providing a loving and safe new home for our Texas Cuties.
June and Glenda Barnes 
 
 
 
 

Choosing a Male vs. Female Puppy

We love ALL of our puppies, but are frequently asked the question, "What are the pros and cons of a male vs. a female puppy/dog?"  Based on our experiences, these are our general conclusions, however, there normally are exceptions to every rule.

Temperment - Males tend to be more affectionate, whereas females are more cat-like, only wanting attention when THEY want it.

Energy - Males tend to be more energetic and playful even into adulthood, whereas a female becomes more reserved with age.

Training - Females tend to be easier to train as they are normally more focused, but males are normally very eager to please once distractions are removed.

Children - Females tend to be more nurturing and protective of children, whereas a male may tend to get too rough at playtime.

Second Dog - It is normally better to get a puppy/dog of the opposite gender to prevent aggressive behavior.

As a general rule, choosing a male or female puppy is more of a personal perference.  The choice should be based on the connection you feel with a particular puppy more than anything else.