Please read our contract before contacting us. We invite serious inquiries.
Why do responsible breeders require spay/neuter?
Responsible breeders require spaying or neutering of companion animals because they don't want to see indiscriminate or uninformed breeding, which could lead to a degradation of the breed's quality & reputation. Only the top quality specimens should be considered for breeding, and the rest of the litter should be spayed or neutered. Spayed or neutered dogs make wonderful pets, and the owner never has to worry about a female coming in season or a male becoming an unintentional father.
What the terms we use mean:
Placed - we have a deposit/payment with a signed contract and placement is finalized.
Pending - There is a verbal abreement and we are waiting for a deposit.
Reserved - the puppy will be evaluated at 8 weeks old for show potential and may become available at that time.
Available - the puppy is available to an approved home.
Our email is email@example.com
Info updated 1/11/19
Photos updated 12/5/18
Peanut x Marshall have a
litter born: 10/31/18.
Ready to go home: 12/26/18
Brandy x Buddy have a
litter born: 11/30/18.
Ready to go home: 1/25/19