Info & FAQ

How much are the puppies?
All of our puppies are $2500
Is there a deposit required to reserve a puppy?

Yes. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a puppy.  


When do I pay for the puppy?

Balance must be paid in cash on specified puppy pick up day.

Are you able to ship puppies?

We will not ship our puppies anywhere. They must be picked up by person who is adopting puppy. Under certain circumstances, we may agree to deliver a puppy. A fee will apply.


Are the puppies AKC registered?

All puppies are AKC registerable


What comes with new puppy?

You will be given a puppy packet which contains AKC registration paperwork, litter certificate, your pups 3 generation pedigree, a “lovey” that has the scent of your pups Mom and littermates and tons of other valuable information.


You will also be given some puppy food to start you off. It will be the same kind that puppy has been eating.


Also included will be a health record and they will be up to date on all vaccinations and be dewormed. 

Pup will be micro-chipped



When should I bring the puppy to my vet?

Puppy must be checked by your own vet within 72 hours of pickup.


Will you remove dew claws?

We will not remove dew claws on our puppies. We believe that dew claws can be beneficial for your dog. They help aid in running, climbing. Keeping them trim along with their other nails should be enough.



How do I decide which puppy to get?

We will help you in making decision on choosing your puppy. Choice will be given in order of deposits. Please note that we reserve the right to keep any puppies of our choosing.


When can I meet the puppy I want?

Once the puppies are 6 weeks old and you have chosen your puppy and made your deposit we encourage you to come visit and play with him/her. Visiting will be reserved only for those who have made a deposit. If that is not possible for whatever reason, we can arrange to send frequent photos/videos.

Please understand our policy. There are many people that want to come meet and hold and smell these little babies, but for the safety of the litter for various reasons, we must limit visits.

We realize that families may want reassurance that we are who we say we are. If a reference is needed, our veterinarian can be contacted. We also have many other references of family and friends that can be contacted upon request. 

Our only concern is for the well being of our dogs and puppies. We love them. They are our children and we want to share the love