After being assigned to write about every dog breed for work, eventually, I came across the Mi-ki! This small breed seemed ideal for my family’s needs – portable, personable, and hypo-allergenic.
What really impressed me, however, is how time and time again I’d read that Mi-kis make great therapy dogs and have an uncanny way of tuning into people’s needs. As a person who suffers from a health issue, the thought of having a medic alert dog was intriguing.
It was almost exactly a year from the date I first wrote about Mi-kis that I was finally able to find one and bring her home. Evie arrived over 4th of July weekend in 2016, and we’ve been amazed that she is everything we could have hoped for.
Royal T Mi-kis was also able to bring Jubilee’s Savannah into our family a few weeks later. She is a rare and beautiful chocolate Mi-ki and comes with me to work daily to test and model pet products for BaxterBoo.com.
In January of 2017, we brought home Brumby’s Run Rayne to be part of our small Mi-ki family. Her black brindle coloring is rounding out our variety of colors we’ll be offering in future litters.
Tesoro Mio’s Moshe was added to our pack in October of 2017 as a permanent member after demonstrating his fatherly abilities to our Brilliant Litter. We also kept his daughter Brighton who is showing well in conformation at UKC events.
The Mi-ki is a rare and relatively unknown breed. We seek to educate others about the wonderful traits of the Mi-ki and seek to raise quality health-tested companions for others to enjoy as family members, therapists, and even medical alert dogs.
We don’t breed many Mi-kis, but the ones that we do come from heirloom lines and are bred for health and temperament. You can be assured that your Mi-ki will give you many years of delightful companionship.
We are a small-scale home-based Mi-ki hobby breeder in Colorado but we want others around the country to experience the blessing that these dogs are as well. We can ship a Mi-ki to your nearest airport with a puppy nanny to ensure a safe arrival.
Please contact Mary at 303-246-3196 to see if a Royal T Mi-ki is right for you.
Our Mi-kis are registered with the American Mi-ki Registry Association and the United Kennel Club. We are also members of the American Mi-ki Club and the High Plains Kennel Club. We are in the process of submitting our health tests to the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and use the Optimal Selection DNA screening for congenital health issues and other heritable traits.