Mi Amore Mi-Kis

About Mi Amore Mi-Kis

We have so much we want to share regarding our Mi-Ki adults, Mi-Kipuppies, Mi-Ki health care, and Mi-Ki fun, but time constraints are keeping our progress limited.  None-the-less, we will not become discouraged!  The lovely Mi-Ki breed deserves attention.  Besides, we have some of the cutest, sweetest, most beautiful Mi-Ki dogs and puppies on the planet and desire to share said Mi-Kis with deserving families.
  Our Mi-Ki babies all come with a 5 year genetic health warranty.  We also provide a blankie from home, some health care products, food, and lifetime consultations.  DNA is also available for an additional fee.

Our current litter of Mi-kis

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  • Status:  Available
  • Gender: Male
  • Price: $725.00
  • Date of Birth: 10/2/2012
More information: Sweet Mi Ki boy with the coolest "eyebrows."  :)  He is going to max out at about 7 pounds.  I think he has a Papillion/Phalene face, and you can see his markings are very pretty.  He's a happy little guy who gets along with everyone, as well as other pets.  He is puppy pad and dog door trained.  Bred, born, and raised in our home on only top quality, fresh meat and freeze-dried, raw fruit and veggies.  He will eat good kibble/canned food in a pinch.  He is 100% a house pet.  Please give us call or feel free to email if you have further questions.  *Pet price reduction due to economy!  Breeding rights: +$500

Mission Statement

It is our desire to produce only the highest quality, healthiest Mi-Kis  possible.  We will not become "kennel blind."  We are showing our Mi-Ki studs to verify, in the opinions of professional judges, that we have top-notch Mi-Kis.

About The Breed: Mi-ki

In North America, at least two breeders began working with the Mi-Ki in 1991 and 1992. The Imperial Toy Mi-Ki Club started in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1991, and a different breeder, started stud books for the breed from a different line of Mi-Kis in 1992. The Greater American Toy Mi-Ki Club started around this time, and in 1994 was incorporated in the state of Wisconsin. That club is no longer active, but a new club, The Mi-Ki Club of America, was immediately formed. The Mi-Ki Club of America claims to have received recognition for the dogs in their stud books in 17 countries around the world. The first Multi-International Mi-Ki Champion was exported to Germany in 2004 and was the first Mi-Ki to be registered there. The Imperial Toy Mi-Ki Club is also still active.

Various clubs have formed, with different ideas about the breed's status, appearance, and requirements. Some breeders, still viewing the Mi-Ki as a type rather than a breed because there is not sufficient breeding stock to work from and insufficient generations of breeding-true lines, have added additional breeds to the Mi-Ki, including the Yorkshire Terrier and the Shih Tzu, among others. Their dogs have been accepted by the Mi-Ki Club of America as purebred Mi-Kis, which believes that the breed is pure and is working to establish multiple generations of Mi-Ki-only breedings.

The Mi-Ki is not currently recognized by any of the major international kennel clubs.
The Toy Mi-Ki is a rare breed of toy dog. It is still a developing breed, and there is controversy over what a "real" Toy Mi-Ki is, what it looks like, and so on. As with many controversial breeds, this issue might or might not ever be resolved; for example, see the continuing controversy over the Jack Russell Terrier and related varieties or breeds.

The Toy Mi-Ki stands about 10 inches at the withers.

Whether the Mi-Ki has one coat type or two varies with the different groups. One states that the Original Mi-Ki standard has only one coat type, long, straight silky hair with little to no shedding.

Another group states that the Mi-Ki comes in two coat varieties. The long-coated variety does not shed. Any hair that comes out of the dog is retained by the long coat. It is suggested that a fine toothed "wire hound comb" be used to remove the dead hair. The short-coated Mi-Ki does shed but moderately. Neither coat type is preferred over the other. Both coat types are shown in the same ring together; they are not separated into varieties. The Mi-Ki comes in all colors.

There are two ear types, the folded ear and the prick ear, which meams that the ear stands streight up. Both types of ears are acceptable in the breed standard. When the Mi-Ki becomes excited, his ears "wing", meaning that the folded ear can becoming erect, "winging" out to the side of the dog's head, giving the appearance that the dog is flying.

The eyes are large, dark, and expressive. Mi-Kis are smaller than the average house cat, and are easily trained to a cat litter box.
about 10 inches
It is a small, devoted companion, who is outgoing, fun loving, and intelligent.

Welcoming a Mi-ki

Mi-ki For Sale Information - Buying your first Mi-ki can be overwhelming and PetsUnlimited.com is here to help. We've got Mi-ki breed backgrounds to help you make an educated decision as to whether a Mi-ki is right for you and your family. The right Mi-ki breeder or seller will always have the best interest of the Mi-ki in mind. This means they should give you the opportunity to visit their home and meet the Mi-ki in person, as well as take back the Mi-ki should you not be able to provide the level of care needed. ATTENTION: Be informed! Internet fraud is very real and rising every day. Be cautious and ask questions, ask to see pictures with the seller or adoption agency doing something you ask them to do, and never ever send cash or a money order. If something does not feel right, it probably isn't. Use the report this listing function to notify us of a potential problem with a user. Use the review feature to leave a review. Community policing is the best way to help deter scammers and those who do not have the animals best interest in mind.

Mi-ki Breeders

Responsible breeding is something we all need to support. To help prevent Mi-ki puppy mills and the inhumane treatment of Mi-kis, there are a few simple things everyone can do on both sides of the transaction. If geography permits, meet in person where the Mi-kis was born and raised. This provides an opportunity for the Mi-ki breeder to demonstrate their standards. Remember, it is up to both the buyer and Mi-ki breeder to be comfortable with each other to ensure that the Mi-ki has been treated properly and will have a safe and secure home in the future.

Contact Information

  • John Kobel
  • 8302009570


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