Over the years we have tailored our program to first of all honor God and secondly to include each family/individual in the growth and development of their puppy. We do our very best to make our whole process very informative and interactive for each individual/family. We want each person to feel that he/she is a part of the process - to enjoy seeing the litter develop and grow. It is truly a miracle to watch the extreme social, mental and physical development that occurs from birth to 8-weeks and we desire that our adoptive families observe this miraculous journey right along with us!
We do maintain a waiting list for each planned litter. We require a $250 deposit to reserve a spot on the waiting list for any litter(s). Many litters are fully reserved before the pups arrive. We try to maintain updated information on our "Available Puppies" page but for the most accurate information it is best to contact us.
At 8-weeks of age ("Go Home Day") we say goodbye to these little ones and watch each family leave our home, puppy in arms, to begin a new four-legged chapter in their own lives. While we are no longer involved in the day-to-day life of these puppies, we are available thoughout the lifetime of your puppy/dog. It is such a blessing to get an update and see the extreme joy these wonderful dogs bring to people's lives!
The cost of our puppies is $1550 plus state sales tax (7.25%). Our puppies are sold on Limited registration and they come with a 24-month health guarantee, first set of vaccinations, parasite prevention/de-worming, 6/7-week vet check, microchipping, a starter bag of Eukanuba Large Breed Puppy Formula, homemade dog treats....and a tennis ball. We also include training information, health record, copies of sire and dam pedigrees, copies of all health clearances for sire and dam and other essential paperwork (contract, AKC registration, microchip registration, etc.).
We involve families for the first six-weeks of their puppy's life through our unique update process. If you would like to know more details regarding this process, feel free to contact us. At six to seven weeks of age we invite families to come and interact with the litter. On "Pick Day" we provide helpful information on personalities, activity levels and other observations we have made over the prior weeks. Families meet the sire and dam and get a first-hand look at what we do and how we do it. We do our best to equip each individual/family with accurate information to assist them in making that all-important decision.