I've been looking around and actually found a couple of people that are close with some puppies. I've gotten a hold of one that still has a AKC female that will be ready to take home about the middle of June. The woman also owns both parents. I've looked up information on them different times over the years since I've always wanted one but most sites say the same stuff. So I wouldn't mind some advice from people that had hands-on experience or pictures of theirs. I love pictures. Here is some stuff I do know about them from what I've read. I know there are things missing but this is just stuff that I remembered at the moment. 1. They need their wrinkles/folds cleaned daily with a damp wash cloth with shampoo. I couldn't find out if it was dry shampoo or regular shampoo. 2. Corn stratch helps keep the skin dry to help avoid infections but becareful for irritation to stratch. 3. They overheat extremely easy (80 degrees and up) and are cold sensitive. 4. For breeding they need to be artificially breed, vet checked before impregnating, ultrasounds, and c-sections. Also to make sure to breed best quality to help avoid health problems. Mother will have to be supervised with puppies almost 24/7 (avoid crushing a puppy) and helped with first feeding. Be perpared for bottle feeding incase mother doesn't have milk. Heard that the breeding costs usually run $2,000-$3,000 for everything. Wasn't sure if that was the average amount. 5. When buying a new puppy to watch out for "cheap deals". The ones I'm looking at are around $2K. Make sure I pick one suitable for my personality/lifestyle. 6. Wait one week before collar and leash training. Start with a collar before harness due to the different pulling on the body to help avoid confussion. 7. Crate train with a wire crate. Take outside right after taking them out of the crate and place them in the same spot for potty while praising them when they go. Also do not give treats to reward or they will need to potty again. 8. No bones, raw hides, or other items/toys they may choke on. 9. Do not leave food available at all times and take puppy outside 10-15 minutes after eating.