• darkblurbg
    ...so let's get on with it


...was whelped (born) on 06/22/2017

...is all yellow and includes 4 males & 5 females

...'s average pup birthweight was about 14 ounces

...has never met their father  :(

...is (on 7/3) just starting to learn to walk

...seems to respond to 'eat' and 'sleep' as long as you say it right before they do either

...has been given temporary names by our children so that we can keep track of them individually. The boys are Gaston, Lucky, Buddy, & Tyler. The girls are AJ, Jasmine, Ellie, MJ, and Chickawandalla


At the time of pickup...

Your puppy will have had two rounds of deworming

He or she will have been examined by a vet and had his/her first round of shots

If you choose so in advance, your puppy will have been micro-chipped. Micro-chipping is available for an additional $50

You will receive a copy of all veterinary records, an AKC registration kit, a new puppy handbook, and several days supply of puppy food.

PRICE: $1100

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Micro-chipping available for an additional $50


Believe me. If we could have you come by and visit today, we would. The puppies would all have new homes well before they are ready to go home. We can still remember what it was like to wait two weeks to take Bayleigh home. Unfortunately, newborn puppies have weak immune systems and they need time to build resistance to some of the 'bugs' in the pet world. Some of those bugs are quite nasty and can wipe out an entire litter in short order.

WIth that in mind, we ask that you not visit until after the puppies have received their first shots around the 2nd of August. We do permit those who have made a deposit and, as such, are less likely to be visiting other kennels to visit a week earlier. All visits are by appointment only. We want you to be able to spend some time with the puppies and get to know them a bit.

The puppies will be ready to come home around the 17th of August. Being exposed to many stimuli and environments and learning from their mother how to react is critical to the long-term well-being of your pup. Puppies that leave their mother and siblings too early often struggle to cope with every day life. Most puppy socialization takes place between 3 and 12 weeks. This is the time that a dog learns not to be afraid of the unfamilier. From weeks 3 to 8 we will be introducing your puppy to a wide variety of sounds, surfaces, obstacles, and experiences to help develop their confidence, comfort, and independence. You'll take over from weeks 8 to 12 and beyond in your puppy's new home.