I have opened up our waitlist and will take 6 applications for fall. Litter will be born in December and go home around February. I have also opened up waitlist for spring 2021. Litters born around May and go home July.
All puppies are $2500 regardless of size or gender. A $250 non refundable fee must be paid first in order to be added to waitlist. I do not hold spots or send out emails to potential families not on the waitlist. Occasionally we will have a puppy available from a litter and at that time I announce it on my website and Facebook. The Newsletter is for information on upcoming breeding's and birth announcements. Not available puppies.
Stop! Before submitting application, have you reviewed my website? Researched the breed? Talked to your spouse and other family members? We only breed mini’s in the 20-40lb range unless specified. We breed f1b’s and multigens. Because we are a small breeder we only accept a limited number of applications each year. I’m happy to answer any questions you have, but you will find most information is on my website or blog.
We operate our waitlist as a master waitlist. Every family selected and submitting an application and paying the fee will be added to waitlist in order of the fee being received. When a litter is born and reaches one week old I will work my way down the waitlist notifying each family and asking if they want to select from that litter or pass and remain on the master waitlist. This way no one looses their spot by passing. And you do not need to be on multiple litter waitlists hoping you get a puppy. I do not take gender preferences as Mother Nature dictates this and there is no way to know how many will be in each litter ahead of time. So when the litter is born you can decide if you want to pick from those available pups. Or pass untill next litter. If you decide to select a pup from that litter I will give you a time and date to meet the pups. If for some reason you do not like the pups available when it’s your turn to select, you can go back on the master waitlist and wait for a future litter. If you do select a pup, you will sign contract and pay remaining balance the day the pup is selected.
example: and we will use Dixon, Wantz, and Cardoza as examples to show how our waitlist works.
Dixon submits application and pays fee and is listed 1st. Wantz and Cardoza follow. 1.Dixon 2.Wantz 3. Cardoza. A litter is born and at one week old I email Dixon and ask if they want to select from that litter. They say yes. So they get moved from the master waitlist to the litter list. I email Wantz next. They decide to pass. I email Cardoza and they decide to select a pup. So now the master waitlist looks like this: 1. Wantz The litter list looks like this: 1. Breeders pick 2. Dixon 3. Cardoza But on selection day Cardoza decides because there are no pups available that match their criteria they now want to pass. So their name returns to the master list under Wantz. 1.Wantz 2. Cardoza 3. any deposits that came in after Cardozas deposit.
Our waitlist always goes in order of application and payment received date. However our litter list does not. If you would pass at one week old but then decide before select day that you do in fact want to select a pup, your name would be entered into the next available spot on the litter list. Not necessarily by your application date. So its important if you want a pup to say select at one week old. example: Dixon passes. Wantz wants to select and so does Cardoza. At 4 weeks old Dixon changes mind and really does want to select a pup, and there are openings in that litter. 1. Breeders pick 2. Wantz 3. Cardoza 4. Dixon If for some reason there are no spots available when Dixon changes mind, they must stay on master waitlist and can not select a pup. * Please note that regardless of position on reservation list, we reserve the right to not place any puppy in any home if it is our opinion or judgement that a particular puppy is not suitable for that home. As well rounded as my puppies are I believe there are times that some puppies are not a good fit for some families.
Additionally if information comes to light to change our opinion that a home is suitable for a puppy at that point prior to family taking possession of puppy, we reserve the right to refuse sale to that family and will refund any fees paid, less tangible expenses (If any are insured).
Payment must be made in full at time of selection and signing contract. Usually this is between 6 and 7 weeks old. Puppies can go home starting at 8 weeks old. I give a window to allow everyone some flexibility when picking up. Any puppy not picked up by 10 weeks will incur a training fee per week of $150. This allows us to devote the necessary time to train and socialize that puppy plus additional shots and supplies needed. To contact me please email or phone Email email@example.com or mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone:1-443-621-9736 Leave a message if you don't reach me. When we have a current litter of pups I'm very busy caring for them. We have pups all over the United States. Please contact us to arrange possible shipping or pick up in person.