We’ve listed our deposit choosing queue below to show current clients where their position is on the list. It also helps new applicants know how long they may have to wait for a puppy. Deposits received before 4/1/2021 are refundable, with many clients having multiple deposits with other breeders, so this list can change.
As of 4/1/2021 we are complying with the Mi-Ki breeder network to modify our deposit policy as follows: Deposits have been reduced from $500 to $300 but are now non-refundable.
- Barbara B. – larger female from Truffle or Isabelle
- May F. – Female, not related to Geri’s lines
- Rachel – looking for a long-coat show male that carries the smooth-face gene
Breeder deposits may take precedence over pet picks in order to preserve the Mi-Ki gene pool. We are also looking at our current litters for candidates to stay in our program as we are looking to retire some of our breeding dogs.
- Holly R. – Long coat male with therapeutic temperament
- Danielle C. – Female
- Barbara C. – Leaning towards a light-colored Mi-Ki, either gender
- Christine M. – under 4-5 pounds, either gender or coat type, darker or particolored
- Katharine & Bob – Female, lighter color, sturdy
- Eileen – Not in a hurry for her puppy
- Amalia O. – Male
- Tim E. – Either gender, medium size (6lbs) long coat for therapy work
- Janna N. – Female, 5 pounds for therapy work
Our new puppies will be available for our breeder and pet deposit list to select from when they are older (at least 3-4 weeks) and we can determine their traits more accurately.
Isabelle + Jagger – DOB June 12, 2021 – the “Fun” Litter
Isabelle and Jagger have produced three beautiful long-coat puppies. Isabelle is 4 pounds and Jagger is 8.
Fun Flip – Brindle long-coat male with mask – One week old, charting at 3.5 pounds
This little guy is simply gorgeous and guaranteed to make your heart do a flip-flop! Flip is a long-coat brindle Mi-Ki with a mask. He’s growing nicely but is currently charting at just 3.5 pounds.
Fun Lil’ Flirt – Sable long-coat female with mask – One week old, charting at 3.5 pounds
Lil’ Flirt is a twin of her mother, Isabelle. Believe it or not, Isabelle also started out as a dark sable with a mask and has lightened to a pale blonde. Flirt is charting at 3.5 pounds at maturity currently.
Fun Flair – Sable long-coat female with mask – One week old, charting at 4.75 pounds
Flair is a darling, well-fed princess. She is the lightest in color, has a little white goatee, white toes, and a white patch on her chest. She is the biggest in the litter and is charting at 4.75 pounds. She is being considered as a breeding candidate for one of our breeder friends if she ends up being big enough.
Lucy + Quigley and/or Jagger – DOB June 17, 2021 – the “Gallant” litter
Lucy is a 4.75-pound black and tan Mi-Ki. She was paired with both Quigley, a 6.5-pound parti-chocolate smooth-face Mi-Ki, and also with Jagger. If Quigley is the sire, these will be chocolate and smooth-carrier puppies. If Jagger is the sire, there is a chance the puppies could carry blue. We dual sired because sometimes a male’s first breeding isn’t fertile and this was Quigley’s first time. Regardless of the sire, these will all be long-coat puppies.
Lucy delivered four healthy puppies – one girl and three boys. Three are parti-colored (can’t tell if they’re sables or brindles yet) and one boy is likely a solid brindle.
Gallant Gibson – Parti red sable or brindle long-coat male – one day old
Gibson is a handsome boy with a pretty head. It’s hard to tell if Gibson is a brindle or a sable at this point. He weighed 4.3 ounces at birth.
Gallant Gabriella – Parti red sable or brindle long-coat female – one day old
Gabriella is the smallest in the litter, weighing 3.7 ounces at birth. Time will tell if Gabby is a sable or a brindle.
Gallant Gatsby – Parti red sable or brindle long-coat male with blaze – one day old
Gatsby is easy to tell from his littermates because of his blaze on his head. Since Quigley also has a blaze, we’re wondering if this might be his son. If so, Gatsby would likely be a sable. Gatsby weighed 4.0 ounces at birth.
Gallant Greyson – Solid brindle long-coat male – one day old
Since we’re fairly sure this is a brindle boy (he’s lacking the usual dark line along the spine of a sable), Greyson is most likely Jagger’s son. Our parental DNA tests will help us determine color and parentage on this litter soon. Greyson weighed 4.3 ounces at birth but we’ve had difficulties maintaining that weight with him as he hasn’t been latching on very well. We don’t see anything abnormal with him but we’ve been supplementing Greyson with formula. He takes a bottle well and enthusiastically. If we get through this rough spot with him, Greyson will have a great foundation for a high level of socialization with so much handling.
Savannah + Moses – due June 25, 2021
Savannah and Moses have never been paired before, but it’s a combination we were hoping to keep something for our program as they are some of our favorites and are in the sunset of their reproductive years. We believe their traits will be quite complementary to each other. All of the puppies will carry chocolate and will be long coats. These puppies will likely be going to breeders. They will likely have solid-color puppies that are sable.
Brighton + Sinbad – due June 29, 2021
This is a repeat pairing for us that has produced a wide range of colors including white, cream, sable, and black puppies. All of the puppies in this litter will be long coats.
Eden + Baron – due July 27, 2021
The Eden/Baron pairing is a repeat pairing for us. We considered a different suitor this time, but Eden doesn’t like the other males “romantically.” Eden and Baron can produce sables, chocolates, black & white, long coats, smooth-face, and also tweener coats. This litter is due at the end of July. Eden typically has 4-5 puppies. Their puppies are usually on the larger side, though they have produced the occasional 3.5 – 4-pound dog. If Eden produces a smooth-face female, we may hold on to her for our breeding program since smooth-face Mi-Kis are becoming very hard to find.
Chai + Moses – due August 17, 2021
Chai has been paired with both Moses and Sinbad, but Moses will probably be the sire because he is a pro when it comes to timing. Chai weighs 4 pounds. Moses weighs 5.5 pounds. These puppies will likely be solid sables or be cream and white puppies. Regardless of their color at birth, as adults, they will probably be cream or gold. If Sinbad contributed, we could have black puppies too. These puppies will all be long coats. Chai has previously only had two puppies per litter.
Interested in a puppy?
Scroll to the bottom of this page to fill out our questionnaire to show that you’re interested in being contacted for future litters.
Feel free to look through our Previous Puppies page to get an idea of what our current or future puppies might look like as they mature. You may also choose to fill out the adoption questionnaire so we can get to know you and your needs.
The Adoption Process
Royal T Mi-Kis makes every effort to ensure our puppies are matched with the right family for a lifetime of mutual enjoyment. The first step towards adopting a Mi-Ki is to fill out our adoption questionnaire (see below) which will help us understand what you are looking for in a Mi-Ki.
We’ll exchange emails, chat on the phone, or even set up a Zoom meeting to get to know each other. Next, a $300 non-refundable deposit will place you in the choosing queue.
Your Mi-Ki puppy will have a veterinary examination, first shots, a microchip, dewormings, dewclaw removal, and an airline-approved carrier. We also throw in a bunch of puppy supplies to help your young Mi-Ki get off to a great start!
Our Mi-Ki puppies are started on puppy pad training. Our puppies now have their first month with their new families covered by Trupanion Pet Insurance.
Puppies will be released to their new homes at around 10 weeks of age or 2 pounds. Small for gestational age or preemie puppies may need to be held for additional time. We can coordinate a puppy nanny to fly a puppy to your nearest airport for $400 plus airfare (to include an in-cabin pet ticket plus the courier’s ticket) or puppies may be picked up by their new owners from our home or from Denver International Airport.
We are unable to facilitate puppy adoptions to Hawaii due to the state’s rabies/quarantine regulations. Only available adult Mi-Kis are eligible to be adopted to Hawaii if the short quarantine protocol (5 days) can be met with daily visits by the adoptive family.
International adoptions are now available to countries that have reopened after previous COVID travel restrictions.
Breeders looking for puppies will have to be approved by the originators of our lines before we can sell a puppy with breeding rights. Established breeders may be given priority over pet owners to ensure the best Mi-Kis stay in the gene pool.
We reserve the right to keep a puppy for our breeding program if circumstances require it. A full refund or replacement puppy will be offered instead.
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