How do I find out what puppies are available right now?
Do I have to choose a gender before pickouts?
Can I only pay my deposit via PayPal?
Is price negotiable?
Do you test for health conditions such as elbow and hip dysplasia, etc?
Can you provide Embark results and AKC paperwork on parents?
We do not provide any paperwork to any of our customers unless we have a specific breeding contract.
We do not see any benefit in providing this information to our customers, as the Embark testing and AKC paperwork only provide insight as far as the parents’ genetic traits and their pedigree which are only used for breeding purposes. None of the information from either of these things will determine behavior.
Where are the puppies taken care of until I take him/her home?
We currently have 2 locations where we care for our puppies. Jessica, our Client Manager, cares for puppies in her home as well as we care for puppies at our main location. Each litter has separate living quarters with a separate space for their mom to escape to if she needs a little break and time to eat and drink in privacy. Our fantastic staff looks over and cares for these pups and also interact and socialize with our pups between feedings and sanitizing. All puppies then go to our final property, which is where we hold puppy bootcamp and is also where you will pick them up to take them home!
What does your set-up look like?
Here are videos which show where our puppies are kept from the time they are born to the time they are around 7 weeks old. On top of this setup, we also have an area for puppy socialization where we begin to bring them to when they are around 4 weeks old.
Can we see your facilities?
Can we see the parents and visit your puppies?
Do you know gender before they are born?
Are the puppies spay/neutered before take home?
How does the pickout process work?
How do you know what order to put puppies in photos?
It is very important to us to make sure we know exactly which puppy is which in our photos, especially when it comes to our week 5 photos, which occur right before you come to pick out your puppy. In newborn photos, we always have males on the right and females on the left. Once they are a little bit older, we put colored collars on all of our pups to be able to distinguish them. In all of our 5 Week photos, we put them in alphabetical order based off of their collar color. For example, it goes blue, green, purple, red, yellow, etc.