We have puppies!
Yellow green collar male
Black spot male
Black green collar female
Black pink collar female
As a responsible Animal Breeder, we carefully screen potential owners to make sure they understand exactly what is required when it comes to taking care of our puppies.
To reserve a puppy, please:
- Fill out a questionnaire. We will contact you shortly.
- To place you in queue a $300 deposit is required (please read General Deposit Information).The remain balance needs to be payed at the time you pick up the puppy. If we are not able to provide you the right puppy (gender or color) we can refund it or transfer the deposit to the next up coming litter. Otherwise deposit is nonrefundable. The puppy-deposit-claims are governed under the “first come first serve” rule, which means by order of deposits received.
After you’re placed in queue, we will do the honor of keeping you up-to-date on the puppy you reserved. Pictures, videos and written updates on their health, enthusiasm and early stages of life will be provided on our Facebook page.
Puppies that we raised have been used for companions, service and great family pets!
We are selling puppies under limited registration, only. A limited
registration voids breeding rights.
Puppies will be available for pickup at 7-8 weeks of age , this is a typical time of age when puppies are going to their new homes. They are going to have a first round of shot and dewormed.
This is followed by hand-picking a non-claimed pup that will, in turn, be yours from then on.
With PayPal you can click to make a deposit.
We accept cash (preferable), Venmo, Cash up, and Zelle .
The New Puppy Checklist
Your puppy's first year is crucial for their growth. They require special nutrition for strong bones, teeth, and overall development, as well as a shiny coat. Begin with a well-rounded puppy food to ensure they get the right start.
Buy small, low-calorie treats to reward your puppy for good behavior during training. Follow the "10% rule": Ensure that treats make up no more than 10% of your puppy's daily calorie intake.
Select a lightweight nylon or leather collar and leash for your puppy's initial gear. Determine the appropriate collar size by measuring the neck and adding two inches. Regularly inspect the collar to ensure it hasn't become too small. For effective training and walks, opt for a leash that is six feet in length.
Turn the crate into your dog's sanctuary, a cozy spot for sleep and security. Place it close to where the family gathers, so your dog feels included. The crucial aspect of crate usage is to always associate it with positive experiences and never as a form of punishment.
For short-haired breeds, use a brush with natural bristles, a rubber curry comb or grooming hand mitt. A sturdy wide-tooth metal comb and perhaps a slicker brush are needed for long-haired breeds.
Ensuring your pet has safe toys is a crucial aspect of your pet gear. These toys assist in your dog's exercise routine and offer a secure avenue to meet your puppy's natural urge to chew. Enjoyable and typically safe options include rubber toys that can be filled with treats, nylon chews, and hard rubber balls.
Attach an identification tag securely to the collar with your new dog's name, your name, address, and phone number. Another option for identification is microchipping. Seek advice from your veterinarian to learn more about this identification method.
Puppy vaccinations are vital for protecting your furry friend from serious diseases. Begin vaccinations at 6-8 weeks, with boosters until around 16 weeks. Core shots cover parvovirus, distemper, canine hepatitis, and rabies. Follow your vet's schedule and consider lifestyle-specific vaccines for added protection. Regular check-ups ensure a healthy start for your puppy