We have been breeding Boxers for many years now and have always followed any health screening of both the Dam and the Sire, doing our very best to select healthy parents with good temperaments. The Bitch is whelped in the home and the pups are reared in the home until they are four weeks old when they go into a heated area alongside the house. When the Kennel Club started its Accredited Breeder scheme we felt that it was an excellant way for the purchaser of any pups to know that they were receiving the very best that we as breeders could give them, happy well reared puppies whose parents had been selected for health, temperament, and of course trying our best to breed to the KC breed standard. There are however no guarantees that a puppy will not develop a problem that no breeder can account for, all our puppies are checked by our vet before leaving us for their new homes,and they never leave us without their nails being regularly trimmed, worming up to date and a Puppy Pack with a full amount of information on feeding, rearing, worming and general care, they have food and toys too and their first collar and lead (subject to availability) and I will always be there for anyone who wishes to call me, any advice that I can give I will, to the best of my knowledge.