Who We Are

Designer Pet Home , we transform lives through partnerships with service dogs. We breed, raise, and train guide dogs for individuals who are blind/visually impaired and service dogs for veterans and children with autism. We also place facility dogs with professionals in hospitals, schools, and courtrooms. Our highly skilled canines become trusted companions that increase people’s confidence, mobility, and independence. All programs and services, including transportation, personalized training, room/board, and postgraduate support, are provided at no cost to the recipient.

What We Do

Our goal as designer pet home has always been to provide you with the most up-to-date information about puppies  and other dog breeds. We  are  to  provide you with useful, easy-to-read information. In order to do that, we spend several hours researching a topic or testing products before we even start writing an article. We Love puppies supports ethical dog breeding and have spoken with several reputable puppies breeders around the country to get the most up-to-date information on the topic to give to you. We want to be your source with all things related to dogs and Doodles!

Few reasons why we think our puppies are special

At designer pet home, Our puppies are neurologically stimulated which produces dogs who have healthier cardiovascular performance. This means stronger hearts, stronger adrenal glands, increased tolerance to stress, and greater resistance to disease.

Our Puppies are naturally weaned by the mother (not typical of most breeders) producing pups who have an increase in self-control, relational comfort with other dogs, patience and attention span… while also experiencing a decrease in aggression towards people and other dogs.

Quality Care

Our Pedigrees are Positively Impressive but the real difference is the way we raise them! Each one of our puppies are hand delivered (we assist with every birth) and monitored to guarantee correct weight gain, calcium levels, health and well being. In doing so, we make it a point to sleep next to each new litter of babies after they are born.

Health Tested

Our parent dogs are health tested each year at the University of Tennessee Medical Center and CERTIFIED with the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA), certified hearts and OFA/CERF certified for clear eyes..


Before your puppy leaves our home, we have already begun the crate training process. They are used to sleeping through the night by themselves and potty training fundamentals have begun. This has proven time and time again to make all the difference in the world for YOU, the new puppy owner. Our sample schedule and guidelines will help your new puppy settle quickly into their new home.

Hearing dogs are trained to behave in a specific way when they hear a particular sound, such as a phone ringing, a doorbell or a fire alarm. For example, if the dog hears a doorbell it can be trained to run back and forth between the person and the door, alerting the person to a visitor at the door. Additionally, a hearing dog can warn of danger, such as a stove left on or to a life-threatening situation like a burglar or fire.


OUR TEARM MEMBERS At Designer pet home

Dr. Chyrle Bonk, Veterinarian, DVM Dr. Chyrle Bonk received her veterinary degree from Oregon State University in 2010. She has been practicing in a mixed animal clinic in rural Idaho ever since at Clearwater Valley Veterinarian Clinic. When she’s not busy writing, treating animals, or working on her cattle ranch, she may be found somewhere in the Idaho wilderness with her husband and kids.

Dr. Georgina Ushi Phillips, Veterinarian, DVM

Dr. Ushi was born in Jackson, Mississippi. Her undergraduate education was completed at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, and worked at a veterinarian emergency clinic in Tampa for nearly ten years.


Dr. Sabrina Kong graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in England in 2016 and has been working at a small animal clinic in Northern California since then. She grew up in the Bay Area and got her bachelor’s degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She also became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner through a program at the University of Tennessee.