Planned Breedings

In order to raise the best possible companions/show dogs/performance dogs, we believe in raising our puppies following Carmen Battaglia's Early Neurological Stimulation program and Jane Lindquist's Puppy Culture program.

Under the biosensor program, it is believed that 35% of all behavior is inherited and 65% is attributable to other influences such as training, management and nutrition.  The biosensor program is concerned with early neurological development in order to give the dog a superior advantage.  Its development utilizes five exercises which are designed to stimulate the neurological system.  Each workout involves handling puppies daily and performing a series of five exercises.  This is done from day 3 through day 16 and it is believed that because this interval of time is a period of rapid neurological growth and development, it is of great importance to the individual puppies.

Puppy culture is a program used by breeders and puppy owners, to improve the lives of their puppies and to limit behavioral issues by helping puppies to cope with and move past things that would otherwise cause issues as an adult.  They learn at an early age, how to handle stress and cope with it.  Puppy culture provides more brain development, more bonding, more balance, and the ability to better adjust.  This is a 12 week program that we highly encourage puppy owners to continue after they take their puppies home.

As you embark on your journey to find the breeder and puppy for you, I highly recommend reading the following.  It may help guide you through the process and make it a little easier.  https://rufflyspeaking.wordpress.com/2009/04/26/puppy-buyer-ettiquette/

​Please contact Danielle by phone (317)-840-8171, email: nauticasfs@aol.com or fill out the inquiry form for more information.













We do have a spring litter planned between Nautica's Red Hot Sun at Larjans and CH Nautica's Roll Tide!  Puppies are due on February 15, 2019 and will be ready to go to their new homes late April. This is a liver to liver breeding and should have only liver puppies. Contact us for more information!