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What payment methods do you accept? Cashapp, Bank Transfers & Credit Card payments. If you are going to pay with a credit card, you will need to pay at least 3 days in advance of take home day (this allows time for payment to clear.) If you want to pay by check, make sure you mail it at least a week and a half before take home day so that it has time to get here, and clear the bank. Anyone showing up with a check will not be leaving with a puppy. 

Can we come visit before we take our puppy home? We no longer allow visits. We have changed this because it just takes far too much time out of our day to try and accommodate everyone from every litter and takes away from time we spend with the dogs and our children, and with the Coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to only do pickup appointments for deposit holders at this time. What seems like a 30 minute appointment to you turns into a 4 hour (per person!) ordeal for us with bathing and drying puppies, cleaning kennels (several times!) , keeping the pups clean after their baths as we cannot turn our back for even a second or they have a party and make a mess. We have had people be 4 hours early and 4 hours late, so we have to prep well in advance because we never know who is going to be early, on time or late. And again, then we have to literally sit and watch the pups the entire time we are waiting for you to show up, or we end up having to re-bathe all the puppies again. As you can see if we have to do this for multiple people a day, several times a week it puts a huge dent in what we can get done around here. We have young children, school, sports etc, plus caring for all of our dogs and puppies and providing them with lots of enrichment. We provide pictures and updates on puppies when we have time, as well as an occasional video. We also have decided on this because unless you hold a 1st pick spot in the litter, there is no point coming out as we wont know which puppy is yours or which you can even pick from. We have had people get attached to a particular puppy, whom is then not available when it is their turn to pick and it just creates too many problems. Prior to 6 weeks of age, puppies receive all of their immunity from mom’s milk. We can not risk someone bringing in disease before the pups have had their first vaccination. We also ask that you not visit any shelters/rescues/other breeders within 2 weeks before coming onto our property. It is as simple as tracking something in on the bottom of your shoes that could devastate a litter. If you have visited one of these prior to contacting us, please be honest with us about it.

How/when are puppies picked? We schedule everyone in the order that their deposit is received, on the day they are ready to go home. We allow half hour/to hour increments depending on the size of the litter and our availability for the day. Pups are then selected and taken home that same day. This allows their personalities to develop more, because lets face it, prior to 4 weeks of age, they don’t do a whole lot. These are very young babies yet, and they are just starting to shine at 7 weeks of age! The schedule for pickups is not done until a few days/week prior to the actual go home date. The day the pups are ready to go home is posted on the website , so you can plan on what day you will need to be here, but we will not set up actual times until the week before take homes. If you have a strict schedule, please send us a message and let us know. If you are going to be more then 15 minutes late on pick/take home day, you need to call and let us know. We schedule everyone very close and failure to call to notify us if you are going to be late could result in your pick spot being bumped. 

What if we can not come out on the designated pick up day? Then you will need to contact us and let us know, and what we do largely depends where you are in the pick list (1st pick vs 3rd or 4th pick) we can help you select a puppy based on pictures/video and what we have observed in puppy behavior vs what you are wanting in a puppy. We post take home days so you can plan accordingly. If you cannot make it out on pick up day and are not able to pick through pictures then you will be bumped from your pick spot unless otherwise agreed upon.

We live out of state but would like a puppy, do you offer shipping? We do offer shipping via delta airlines, this runs at $475  and includes health certificate and airline ticket.  In 2022-Shipping is very advisable due to COVID

How old are puppies when they can go home?  Per state law pups can leave when they are 7 weeks old. We do not allow any puppies to leave before that, so please DO NOT ASK. Some people prefer that there pup stay until 8 weeks of age, which is fine, but please understand that for the safety of the pup it will not be with mom that last week. If you know that you will not be able to take your puppy home on its go home date, please let us know as soon as you know. This lets us plan accordingly and is the polite thing to do. Any puppies staying here BEYOND 8 weeks of age will be charged a boarding fee of $5 a day and will need to be paid for in advance. All puppies that are not going to be picked up within THREE days of their go home date will need to be paid in full by the time they are ready to go home (Their original go home date). We have in the past held on to puppies for an extra week or two and had people then back out of the puppy. For that reason, all pups staying longer then 3 days past their go home date need to be paid in full. No exceptions!

What do puppies go home with?  All of our puppies come with Full A.N.K.C registration, claws removed, 1st vaccinations, dewormed, micro-chipped, vet checked, a 24 month guarantee on hips elbows and eyes, a lifetime guarantee against eic, cnm, pra, dm, rd/osd and some toys, treats food and leash.

How often do you do puppy pictures?  We do pictures of pups within a few days of birth, and then again after 2 weeks of age when their eyes open. From there we try to do them every week to two weeks, depending what we have going on and if we feel there were any significant changes with the pups. Please understand that we LOVE doing puppy pictures, but it is VERY time consuming, especially as the pups get older , a lot of time they require a bath before a photo session…bathing 8-10 pups is very time consuming..and then waiting for them to dry (because a wet puppy looks odd in pictures!) only to have someone do a poo and everyone play in it and need to be bathed again! Bathing pups and keeping an eye on them while they dry ..takes 3-4 hours. Then there is taking the pictures…trying to get a puppy to hold still for a picture is a challenge!  Taking pictures takes anywhere from an hour to two. Then uploading to the computer and adding names and info is another 2 hours. So you can see how this gets to be a very time consuming project!  Our dogs and puppies well being is our first priority to see to, We love pictures, but please don’t sit and ask us for new ones , we will get them done when we have time.  We do occasionally post videos of litters, or group shots of litters out playing (if weather is nice) or of them with mom on our Facebook page, so be sure to keep an eye on there.

Can we meet the parents? Most of our parents are on sight and are available for viewing (with the exception of when we use stud dogs, or a dog that is in our guardian/co-own program.) You may view the dogs from their kennel area, but please do not try to pet the dogs or stick fingers in with them. Please be respectful and come to the front door (unless we are out in the yard) first instead of just going over to the kennel area. Mothers are not available for viewing/meeting until pups are ready to leave and have been completely weaned, before that they are in the nursery area, and for the health and safety of our pups and dogs, we do not let anyone into the nursery.

Are the puppies started on potty training?  Our Puppies have a pretty good start prior to going home. We do not use newspaper, or pee pads, or wood chips, this can actually set a puppy back with potty training as it is teaching them to go inside. Pups are taken outside, and/or dog door trained by 6 weeks of age (weather dependent) and know that they have to physically go outside to do their business. This usually transitions over pretty easily into their new home that they have to go “out” to go potty.

Are puppies started on crate training? No, we do not start our puppies with crate training. Crate training needs to be done right, and each puppy has its own “needs” with crate training. They will have been in a crate once, with their litter mates, as we use a crate when we take everyone into the vet for their health checks.

Picking up my puppy, what do I need? We provide a slip leash on take home day for any emergency potty stops. We do recommend buying a little travel crate for your new baby to ride in on the way home. Please do not bring a box or a laundry basket, this will not always keep a puppy contained, especially if you are driving up alone.

Phone calls/emails/communication. Please try and understand that we do our best to answer all emails/calls/texts in a timely matter. We receive many different lines of communication each day, coupled with taking care of all the puppies and dogs, and sometimes things get missed and looked over or buried and spammed down. If you haven’t received an answer in a reasonable time frame, please send us a message through our F.B page or text our phone number, sometimes this is the best way of communication, but please be patient and understanding.

What size collar do I need for my puppy? Usually a “small” collar will do for the first few weeks you have your pup ( 8-12″) they grow fast though, so be ready to buy another! We send a slip leash home with you and your pup so you can make potty breaks on the drive home without having to worry about having a correctly fit collar on hand.

What is a Microchip? We now microchip our puppies, this is included in the cost of your puppy. You will have to pay to register the chip in your name ($17.50 if you do online, $19.99 if you mail it in. This is a one time fee). A microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is implanted just behind the shoulders (most puppies do not even flinch when this is being done, some will occasionally cry, its funny because its normally the big males in the litters that do!) . If your puppy is ever lost and picked up by animal control/vets/shelters/groomers/police etc, they will scan for a chip, if the dog has a chip it will pull up a number that they will then enter into the online database which will pull up the dogs info and your info so you can be contacted and reunited with your baby!

About Shipping: Is it really safe for the puppy?

We receive many inquiries on the process of shipping a puppy–individuals often wonder if it is safe and how it works.

Won’t he/she be scared? How long does it take?

Won’t it be difficult for the puppy having to be all alone in a crate for so long?

Our shipping policies are quite simple. We ship nationwide without any problem. They are shipped via airplane or road transport using a professional pet shipping agency, we usually charge an additional $475 for shipping & Handling per puppy, Unless the client has a free shipping coupon from us, then we ship free. Our shipping procedure is quite easy, It will be a non-stressful flight for the puppy to get to you as we ship through professionals who understand the sophisticated needs of this breed, each puppy travels with courier personnel right up to hand over point. 

We do not accept clients who are to make more than a 4 hour drive to come for pickup. We have had so many law suits where a puppy isn't handled properly on their way home and it suffocates and dies or gets missing along the way due to a stop while the client is trying to get some rest or food-stop. We prefer shipping with our pet handlers, that way we take all the responsibility for the dog's safety thus, the puppy's safety is guaranteed.

On the other hand, Pickups are acceptable for all ADULT DOGS PURCHASES.

Shipping a Puppy Is Very safe:

Shipping a puppy by itself to a new location nowadays always sounds skeptical due to the mass of cyber criminality going on (please report to us incase someone uses our profile for a scam)  With our years of shipping experience, we know for a fact that all of the pups are well taken care of on long distances by pet handlers than their new owners. So if you stop and think about it, the pet agencies are better and cheaper and less time consuming, since delivery is done at your home. Having lawsuits with clients over the years has been of great losses to us and these same clients insisted to drive above 5 to 8 hours to come get a dog. 

Again, If you are within range or less than a three hour drive away, we do not ship or deliver, we only accept pickups.

The average flight is approximately 2 to 5 hours within our national trading zones . We always ask about any delays or layovers and know the exact times and departures of the flights, so we know where the pup is and we are able to give you the information as well.  And every client is given a tracking itinerary for their puppy to monitor their movement up until pick-up or delivery point. So, the pup will arrive the same day as it is sent–usually within a few hours. 

What information is needed for shipping?

For every client who already has made payments for their puppy, we need the following details for shipping.

1. Full names

2. House/ Street Address

3. City, State, Zip code

4. Email address and Phone numbers

5. Closest airport to their location

What Do our Puppies come along with? 

1. Bill of Sale from an approved attorney (with a refund policy).

2. One year Health Guarantee.

3. Official Pedigree & ANKC paper work.

4. First time owners manual.

 5. Up-to-date shots, de-worming documentation. Also with a cope DNA copy and OFA & DM of the parents.

6. Official Veterinary health certificate required for domestic transport .

 7. Toys, Blankets, clothing, a bag of their own food & collar.

You can contact us for more shipping details or if you have any further questions.