We accept deposits on all of our litters and most fill up quickly.
We allow our families to pick their puppy in the order we receive deposits. This means if you are first to place a deposit for a chocolate female for a particular litter and there are more than one chocolate females, you will get first pick of all the chocolate females. We do ask our families to pick their puppy by the age of 6 weeks that way this gives other families plenty of opportunity to pick their puppy. Exceptions to this rule are made when being evaluated as a service dog prospect. We try to narrow down what your criteria is when placing a deposit, such as gender and color. For those more interested in personality of the puppy, we do make exceptions for this as well. Please be aware that once a deposit is placed, it is NON-REFUNDABLE. If for any reason you are unable to take a puppy from the litter you placed a deposit on, we will gladly roll your deposit to another litter of your choosing. If a suitable puppy is not observed in the litter you placed a deposit on, your deposit will be transferred to another litter of your choosing. To place a deposit on a puppy, we accept Venmo, Zelle, Paypal (friends and family), cash or check. The remaining balance of the puppy is due when you pick your puppy up. Please note that we do not accept checks for final payment when you pick your puppy up. If your puppy is being transported, the balance is due 24 hours before the puppy leaves our kennel. If you are transporting with our flight nanny, payments are made to her directly. Puppies will be ready to go home at 8 weeks old.
We take the health and well-being of our puppies very seriously. With that being said, we have a few rules that we ask everyone to observe and follow:
- We do not allow any visitors before the puppies have received their first vaccinations at 6 weeks of age. Please don’t worry, we will send plenty of pictures and videos of the puppies.
- We do not allow visitors to come where the puppies are whelped and raised to avoid contamination. Their immune systems are very fragile and they rely on us to keep them protected. Also, this tends to make our mamas very nervous.
- We ask that you do not visit other kennels/rescues/shelters two weeks prior to visiting our home.
- When you do visit the puppies, you will be asked to remove your shoes as you enter our home. We will also ask you to wash or sanitize your hands before touching and handling the puppies.
- While we are animal lovers, we ask that you leave all of your pets at home when you come to visit.