Michele Babbitt own and operate Lone Oak Kennel. Michele Babbitt have been known to sell some of their puppies to pet store.
Breeders that sell to pet stores are equal to any other breeder. In fact, these breeders, because of who they sell to, have strict regulations to follow from several different governing bodies. Many Pet Stores Breeders are Licensed and Inspected with the United States Department of Agriculture. These breeders will hold a Class A License. These Pet Store Breeders will also be Licensed and Inspected with their own State Agriculture Department.
These kennels are state of the art in both design and technology and the breeder’s years of dedication and knowledge of dogs and breeding ensure that the puppies are in good hands. When you walk through these kennels you really get to see the attention to detail the breeders put into the facility to make daily tasks easy and efficient. You may see automatic feeders mounted to the indoor runs, giving the dogs access to food 24/7. Water can be provided in such a way that the dogs and the breeder never have to worry as water is delivered thru a spigot, similar to a water fountain, providing fresh water 24/7. Potty breaks for the dogs are not a problem since they simply walk through a doggy door to their safe, secure, outdoor area. The outdoor area provides extra space for when the dog feels like running around, laying out in the sun, playing, as well having a 24/7 bathroom.
Transportation of puppies is a big deal and it’s no wonder they are regulated just as heavily as the breeders the puppies are coming from. These high tech mobile kennels have all the basic amenities a puppy could want during his or her travel. Plus, each trip will have a Vet Tech on board to give specific care to each individual puppy on board.
Breeder: Michele Babbitt
Kennel Name: Lone Oak Kennel
USDA License Number: 43-A-6225
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Address: 14548 Mccracken Ln, Neosho, MO, 64850
About: Michele along with her husband and four teenagers take great joy in raising and loving the puppies and dogs. Every dog is treated as an individual. They are all trained and spoiled with treats. The kids often bring friends over to help with spoiling the dogs and puppies, which creates a great environment for socialization. All of the dogs and puppies are a part of Micheleâ€™s family first and foremost. When the puppies are ready for their new homes they are dearly missed but Michele and the family knows they are going to wonderful homes.