Javin Raber Dog Breeder of Berniedoodles Flat Rock, IL USDA 33-A-0586

  • Javin Rabert passed all required inspections for 2020-21

  • Javin Raber has a Illinios licensed attending veterinarian.

  • Javin Raber has in place daily socialization and exercise program, approved by the attending licensed veterinarian, for all of his adult dogs and puppies.

  • Javin Raber feeds all of his adult dogs and puppies only premium dog foods.

  • Javin Raber provides veterinary care, inoculations, dewormings, and proper grooming for all of his adult dogs and puppies.

  • All of Javin Raber's breeding males and females have been certified free of one or more potential congenital defects by licensed veterinarians.

  • All of Javin Raber's dogs have two or more points towards the Championship titles.

  • Javin Raber has attended over 6 hours of ongoing breeder educational seminars for 2020-21.

  • Javin Raber has participated in 2 or more dog shows for 2020-21.

Javin Raber Dog Breeder in Flat Rock, IL USDA 33-A-0586 inspection record

Javin Raber dog breeders USDA Licenses No. 33-A-0586

Javin Raber dog breeder kennels has a perfect record of over four (4) years of excellent inspection reports.  Javin Raber's dog breeder kennels have a perfect USDA inspection reports in her state-of-the-art kennel in Flat Rock, Illinois..

USDA APHID inspection requirements for professional dog breeders:
 
For nearly 50 years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has enforced the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) to protect certain animals from inhumane treatment and neglect.  Congress passed the AWA in 1966 and strengthened the law through amendments in 1970, 1976, 1985, 1990, 2002, 2007, and 2008.  The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) administers the AWA, its standards, and its regulations.
 
The AWA requires that basic standards of care and treatment be provided for certain animals bred and sold for use as pets, used in biomedical research, transported commercially, or exhibited to the public.  Individuals who operate facilities in these categories must provide their animals with adequate care and treatment in the areas of housing, handling, sanitation, nutrition, water, veterinary care, and protection from extreme weather and temperatures.  Although Federal requirements establish basic standards, regulated businesses are encouraged to exceed these standards.
 
The AWA regulates the care and treatment of warm-blooded animals, except those (such as farm animals) that are used for food, fiber, or other agricultural purposes.  Currently, coldblooded animals, such as snakes and alligators, are exempt from coverage under the Act.  Animal shelters and pounds are regulated if they sell dogs or cats to dealers or research facilities.  Pets owned by private citizens are not regulated.
 
The AWA regulates the care and treatment of warmblooded animals, except those (such as farm animals) that are used for food, fiber, or other agricultural purposes.  Currently, coldblooded animals, such as snakes and alligators, are exempt from coverage under the Act.  Animal shelters and pounds are regulated if they sell dogs or cats to dealers or research facilities.  Pets owned by private citizens are not regulated.
 
The AWA requires that all individuals or businesses dealing with animals covered under the law must be licensed or registered with APHIS.
Regulated research facilities include hospitals, colleges and universities, diagnostic laboratories, and many private firms in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.  In addition to providing basic standards of veterinary care and animal husbandry, regulated research facilities must provide dogs with the opportunity for exercise and promote  the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates used in laboratories.  Researchers must use methods to avoid or minimize discomfort, distress, and pain to the regulated animals unless withholding such methods is scientifically  justified.  The AWA also forbids the unnecessary duplication of previous experiments using regulated animals. 
 
Research facilities must establish an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee to oversee the use of animals in experiments.  This committee is responsible for ensuring that the facility remains in compliance with the AWA and for providing documentation of all areas of compliance to APHIS.  The committee must be composed of at least three members, including one veterinarian and one person who is not affiliated with the facility in any way
 
Attending veterinarians play a crucial role in ensuring the humane treatment of animals under the Animal Welfare Act.  Dealers, exhibitors, and research facilities employ attending veterinarians to provide adequate veterinary care to their animals and to oversee other aspects of animal care and use.  In this role, veterinarians have the opportunity to expand their practice, provide veterinary care to a large number of diverse kinds of animals, and work alongside their clients and Animal Care to ensure the humane treatment of more than two million regulated animals.
 
The Animal Welfare Act (AWA) was passed to assure that humane care is provided to animals sold as pets or used in research, experimentation, or exhibition. As an attending veterinarian working with the licensee or registrant of a facility regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), you will play a crucial role in ensuring the provision of adequate veterinary care and overseeing the adequacy of other aspects of animal care and use.
 
This module explains the role of the part-time attending veterinarian, their relationship with a USDA-regulated facility and USDA inspectors, and general knowledge of the Animal Welfare Act. Full-time attending veterinarians for USDA-regulated facilities will also find this presentation helpful.
 
After completing this module, you will:
  • Know some of the benefits of becoming an attending veterinarian
  • Understand the Animal Welfare Act and Animal Welfare regulations for facilities with a part-time attending veterinarian
  • Be able to explain the regulatory requirements of licensees and registrants to provide veterinary care
  • Be able to explain the role of the part-time attending veterinarian
  • Be able to describe the elements of programs of adequate veterinary care
  • Understand why a USDA inspector may contact you to ask about veterinary care at a regulated facility for which you are serving as an attending veterinarian
Completion of this module is estimated to take 50 minutes, but will vary depending on your familiarity with the information presented. Links to documents and resources that explain in detail the role of the part-time attending veterinarian are provided throughout the module.


Javin Raber Dog Breeder Official Web Site

Javin Raber Dog Breeder of Flat Rock, IL - About

Thank you for taking the time to tour our site and check out our puppies!
 
Life at Walnut Valley Puppies stays busy and interesting. I am always amazed at the amount of time that goes into our dogs and puppies. We have three families dedicated to the cause. Yes, it is true, we do not have other jobs. It is what we do! We are not a large breeder and do not desire or have plans of becoming one. It is very important to us that we have the time that is needed to care for each dog and puppy as well as our many friends that have gotten or anticipate getting a puppy from us. We are passionate about our puppies and strive to make our customer's experience amazing! We love interacting with our customers! Relationships and the Lord Jesus are on the top of our list, and we feel very blessed to have the interaction with our customers that we do.
 
My dad, David and sisters (Anna and Keturah) are the primary caretakers of the dogs and puppies. Keturah (Age 14) and my children spend hours with the puppies to get that human bond/connection started. Jason, my brother-in-law is always super busy taking care of past and future customers making sure everyone is taken care of, as well as doing the photography, spending time with the puppies etc. And then I get the best part, filling in where needed and helping with all of the above!
 
As stated previously, customer satisfaction is very important to us and we are concerned that every new home that we place our little ones into is getting a healthy, happy, companion that is right for them. With that, of course, comes the question, “Is this home going to be the good, loving place the puppy needs?”
 
We realize that the process of adopting a puppy involves a lot of time, money, and decisions, and we want to help where we can. Our goal is to provide the right puppy for the right home! It is very important to us that each puppy is healthy, not only now, but in the years to come. With that in mind, we offer a 2-year Genetic Health Guarantee. (See our policy page for more details.)
 
I look forward to speaking with you, and best wishes on the search for your perfect puppy!
 
~Javin for the Rabers


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Javin Raber Customer Reviews on Facebook

We had a excellent experience working with Javin and Jason to find the perfect bernedoodle for our family. Max(Keno) is doing great at 9 weeks old and a fan favorite around the house and neighborhood. The Thomas Family

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Marisa Cookie DeLuca  recommends Walnut Valley Puppies.

February 19, 2020

We had a wonderful experience with Walnut Valley Puppies. Our Mini Bernedoodle is everything we hoped for! Jason Yoder went above and beyond with the help and guidance he gave us throughout the process! We highly recommend Walnut Valley if you are looking for a puppy!!!

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Mary Beth Uhlir Wondrasek  recommends Walnut Valley Puppies.

February 11, 2020

We had an absolute perfect experience with getting our mini bernedoodle. We found her just in the nick of time as she was the last puppy of the litter. She is absolutely perfect💕 Thank you Jason Yoder for helping us with  communication, pictures, and making it easy for us to pick her up.

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Connie Eglin Mercer  recommends Walnut Valley Puppies.

December 23, 2019  · 

They have the best puppies I got a Pomski from them in February 2019

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Nichole Renee Pfeiffer  recommends Walnut Valley Puppies.

October 1, 2019

 

We got our puppy last February and now could not imagine life without him. We love him he’s very playful and smart. Dealing with Walnut Valley was very easy and we had no problems. Our pomsky is a happy, healthy boy!