Once you have decided on a puppy you may place a deposit to hold him/her until the puppy is old enough to go home with you. Deposit is $350 and can be paid using PayPal, check or cash if we schedule to meet. Deposits are nonrefundable once they are made. If something happens to the puppy in my care I will refund you or allow you to transfer your deposit to a new puppy. Puppy must be picked up at weaning, unless prior arrangements have been made.
*When calling or texting me please tell me your first and last name.
Puppies must be at least 8 weeks of age before going to their new homes. Balance is due on or by the date the puppy is 8 weeks old or scheduled pick up date. They will be seen by a licensed veterinarian health exams/certification.
Health Schedule: We use both Panacur and Strongid dewormers.
DHPP at 6 & 8 & 12 weeks of age. DHPP + at 16 weeks. Bordatella at 8 & 12 weeks.
4 to 6 months- Rabies
Annually: Bordatella, Leptospira, Lyme, Canine Influenza Virus-H3N8, Canine Influenza Virus-H3N2
Every 1 or 3 years: Rabies
Puppies can be flown with a nanny. We do the paperwork, you pick up your new baby at the airport. Flying costs $500 and that includes crate and health certificate.
Car delivery costs from $100 to $500 depending on location and availability of the company. (Shipping cost may fluctuate due to Covid)
Buying a Puppy
Buying a puppy is a long term commitment. It is important to take your time to research thoroughly before making a decision which will affect your and the puppies life for many years to come. There are many reputable sites with canine care and breed information. Be sure that all members of your family are on board. If you rent, be sure to have clearance from your landlord and be prepared to take extra time potty training if you don't have easy access to a yard.
Research your Breed
Research the various breeds and choose one which suits your lifestyle. Make yourself aware of the health conditions which affect the breed. Our breed origin page contains information about each breed we have. It is a good idea to attend breed related events such as shows and working events. Even if you don't intend to show or work yourself it is a great way to learn about and watch the breed.