RODO: Na podst. art. 7 Rozporządzenia Parlamentu Europejskiego i Rady (UE) 2016/679 z 27.04.2016r. w sprawie ochrony osób fizycznych w związku z przetwarzaniem danych osobowych i w sprawie swobodnego przepływu takich danych oraz uchylenia dyrektywy 95/46/WE, każda osoba odwiedzająca tą stronę internetową, poprzez okoliczność podania swoich danych osobowych, wyraża zgodę na przetwarzanie swoich danych osobowych w celu umożliwienia udzielenia przez administratora odpowiedzi na zadane pytanie oraz ewentualnie w celu udzielenia późniejszych informacji o kwestiach związanych z hodowlą Aroniowa Dolina. Informujemy, iż: 1) administratorem przekazanych nam danych osobowych i osobą kontaktową w sprawie ich przetwarzania jest Dorota Pogorzelska-Budek; 2) celem przetwarzania danych osobowych jest umożliwienie udzielenia przez administratora odpowiedzi na zadane pytanie oraz ewentualnie udzielenie późniejszych informacji o kwestiach związanych z hodowlą Aroniowa Dolina – podstawę prawną stanowi zgoda zainteresowanej osoby na przetwarzanie swoich danych osobowych w w/w celach; 3) udostępnione dane osobowe nie będą podlegały udostępnieniu podmiotom trzecim; 4) udostępnione dane osobowe będą przechowywane przez okres niezbędny do udzielenia odpowiedzi lub informacji o hodowli Aroniowa Dolina lecz nie dłużej niż przez okres trwania tej hodowli; 5) osobie zainteresowanej przysługuje prawo dostępu do treści danych osobowych jej dotyczących, oraz ich sprostowania, usunięcia lub ograniczenia przetwarzania danych, a także prawo wniesienia sprzeciwu wobec przetwarzania, prawo do przenoszenia danych, prawo do bycia powiadomionym o sprostowaniu lub usunięciu danych osobowych lub o ograniczeniu przetwarzania, zażądania zaprzestania przetwarzania i przenoszenia danych, jak również prawo do cofnięcia zgody w dowolnym momencie oraz prawo do wniesienia skargi do organu nadzorczego tj.: Prezesa Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych; 6) podanie danych osobowych jest dobrowolne; 7) udostępnione dane osobowe nie będą podlegały zautomatyzowanemu podejmowaniu decyzji, w tym profilowaniu.
This is the most "critical" period from life safety's point of view. Puppies still can’t see, their eyes are closed, they are moving towards smell and hearing. At the beginning, they "crawl" with their front legs, which makes them look a bit like guinea pigs. 3 weeks old puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog are already on their feet, though they are still a bit clumsy. During this period, they sleep and eat very much (they eat every 3 or every 4 hours). Some can already bark, which sound really funny. The Polish Tatra Sheepdogs very quickly wag their tails, especially as they get their mum’s milky buffet. Their little tails are still straight (they start to wrap around after they turn 3 weeks). After about 2nd week, the puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog begin to open their eyes, recognize our family members, you can see that hugging, stroking etc. makes them happy. In the second week of their life, puppies’ noses, paws and lips start to change color into black. They already start their first clumsy plays and they start to scratch themselves with their paws, some of them started doing this even week earlier. In comparison to the weight after birth, their weight is 3-4 times bigger. The first teeth begin to appear. Puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog have beautiful scent (my wife says it resembles her milk, for me it’s like a good beer). We cut their claws off so that they don’t hurt their mum during feeding. After finished eating, they move back towards the walls of the playpen, as if by a touch of the magic wand, which ensures them safety – otherwise they could be accidentally crushed by their mum moving in a playpen. Their mum not only feeds puppies, but also cleans the playpen, takes care of the toddler's cleanness, their sense of safety and she massages their bellies with her tongue to help them in defecation.
In this period of their life, puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog already walk on 4 legs, in the 4th week they learn how to eat food from the bowl very quickly (although their mother, Bystra, still feeds them with her milk). We gradually add meat into their food. Puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog are interested in the surrounding world, we let them get to know the house, different surfaces, sounds (vacuum cleaner, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, telephone, radio, etc.). On warmer days they already go outside, at first we carried them, but now they already walk on their own. We start hosting members of our family and friends – thanks to that puppies socialize with other people and their smell (some of the puppies are a bit scared at the beginning but eventually they become friends with all the guests). During this period, it is easy to see differences in the appearance between the puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog, their individual preferences and nature (for example which one likes to be scratched on its neck and which to be stoked on the belly). Puppies play with each other more and more merrily, they are more active, they “wrestle”, they start running, they are interested in the surrounding world, but they still sleep relatively a lot. With the new food, their feces becomes more dense. Small doggies learn very quickly and gain weight properly. They no longer want to stay in their playpen, they prefer larger spaces which allow them they to explore the world. Our cat Głodek is not allowed to enter the same room now (we are afraid of the safety of the puppies) but our second cat Czarek is more "socialized" and friendly and we let him stay at the same room under the control (puppies of the Polish Tatra Sheepdog are not particularly interested in him yet). We already took out the playpen, in which small Polish Tatra Sheepdogs were brought up after birth, transferring them to a larger area, where they can play, run and be more active.
Our puppies started 5 weeks. From the beginning of their life we put big value of right socialization our puppies - to not be apprehensive or aggressive. Our Polish Tatra Sheepdog puppies get to know work of vacuum cleaner, washing machine, TV, new people who visit us aren’t frightening for them also (children and adult). Puppies get the feel of our cat (they haven’t vaccination yet so see cat away ), learned walk on different surfaces. Puppies live at our home so they got to like home’s racket: coming back our children from school, boiling water in kettle, working wife in kitchen etc. In living room we builded kindergarten for puppies - our small Polish Tatra Sheepdogs like it very much. After vaccination we will make socialization with dogs of our neighbours. You can see films on YouTube
Our puppies of Polish Tatra Sheepdog are just 6 weeks old. They are cheerful, sometimes puff like steam engine what is very funny, in play they bark. When they play in a fight, Bystra steps in and put her paw on fighting puppies, and she looks with anger on them – then the puppies immediately stop fighting. Mummy always overwatch . Sometimes they move like bullet, afterwards they fall asleep immediately, what is very funny. Polish Tatra Sheepdogs love to spend time in our garden, where they meet new smells and things. They begin to learn to walk on a leash. All our puppies take part in driving licence cours, firstly theoretically (they get to know a car inside, how it smells and tastes, how the engine works). Most of them have chosen new houses and wait to be enough grown-up to live with their new families. Our Polish Tatra Sheepdog puppies are after first vaccinations, have microships and they have already passed the control made by the kennel organisation.
Every day we are greeting by band sweet pickles which brightly wave tails, request caresses. Bystra begin run away before puppies because of their sharp teeth. When puppies want to drink milk (she has already w few) sharp like needles teeth of the puppies make distress for Bystra. Though distress, mummy of Polish Tatra Sheepdog feed puppies with commitment.
Our puppies of Tatra Shepherd Dog develop correctly, play and learn about the surrounding world. Hala already went to Tatra Shepherd Dog breeder Polska Biel FCI, Harda went to Chełm city and Horda went to town near Kraków. All our puppies tolerated very well their journeys by car and quickly adapted in new families. Some of them will go abroad so they have to stay with us for a bit longer to get all required vaccinations. Because of the long journey that awaits them, they need to learn to spend a long time in the dog’s carrier. This carrier is very interesting place by the way, puppy can find there some snacks, so sometimes they don’t even want to go out. All our puppies passed their “driving license” – they feel good in a car, both during the ride and on the stops. Tatra Shepherd Dog already learnt simple commands and begins to learn how to walk on a leash. We also started to socialize them with our neighbors’ dogs. Puppies like our garden very much, they can bite a stick, a cone, they can taste some grass or simply play with our cats and chase the birds.
We are domestic breeding of Polish Tatra Sheepdog associated in Polish Kennel Club (member of FCI). For us it is very important to socialize our puppies well – so they would not grow up for scared or aggressive dogs. Our puppies learn how to live in a family with children and another animals.
We are pleased to inform that our female Polish Tatra Sheepdog BYSTRA Chosna gave birth to puppies on 27.02.2019, mostly females. We invite you to reserve puppies by e-mail: email@example.com or by phone +48 608 292 931, +48 607 925 060. More information about BYSTRA you can find under the tab “BYSTRA”. Father of the puppies is NICO DUNAJ Nutrena (ower: Aurelia Skoczylas, breeding of Polish Tatra Sheepdog Polska Biel FCI). Description of NICO DUNAJ Nutrena you will find under the tab “PUPPIES”. BYSTRA and NICO DUNAJ aren’t related to the 4th level. Conception was natural. Both parents are free from any illnesses.
Polish Tatra Sheepdog puppies will be ready to live in new homes around beginning of May or half of June if abroad. They will be after deworming, vaccination advised by vet, liiter review and will have microchip. Future owner of a puppy will get:
Our domestic breeding of Polish Tatra Sheepdog is in Warsaw, Poland. You can visit us and see how puppies live. We prefer e-mail contact firstname.lastname@example.org but you can also reach us by phone +48 608 292 931 or +48 607 925 060. Please note that if any doubts about new home of our puppy (if is good for puppy) appear, we will decide not to sell a puppy. We don’t sell puppies for live in isolation or immuring.
Our domestic breeding of Polish Tatra Sheepdog takes part in a dog registration programme in the International Database SAFE-ANIMAL. In this way all persons buying from us a puppy Polish Tatra Sheepdog will receive a promotion code for the registration of the puppy in this database (a member of European Pet Network). The registration puppy in SAFE-ANIMAL Database greatly helps to find a dog if he’s lost.
All our Polish Tatra Sheepdog have found new houses, but some of them will stay with us a little bit longer because they go abroad and need additional vaccinations. Below you can see their photos.