All of our puppies come with free kisses
Our years of breeding and handling puppies have proven to us that puppies are much more successful in their new homes if they have the proper training and foundation installed during the critical first 8 weeks of their lives. Therefore, all of our puppies are raised using our Jump Start Puppy Program, along with a modified version of the Puppy Culture methods and our price reflects that.
If you’re looking for a inexpensive puppy, I am not the breeder for you. If you’re looking to get a puppy today, tomorrow, next week, or next month, I am not the breeder for you. If you are looking to adopt a puppy and never have any contact with me again, I am not the breeder for you. If a puppy raised with active enrichment, and a solid foundation from someone who really cares isn’t important to you than I am not the breeder for you.
On average, our puppies are $3000 - $5000. Never more, sometimes less.
Expect to pay on the lower end of the scale for a TRI with Brown Eyes.
Expect to pay on the higher end for a MERLE or a TRI with Blue/Odd eyes.
Pricing is based on estimated adult size, eye color, and markings.
We cannot guarantee adult size and eye color but will have a pretty good idea.
We do not charge more/less based on sex.
Prices are estimated and are subject to change.
Pupdates & Photos
Litter Announcements are done once the Pups are 4 weeks old. We will email everyone who has a reservation placed and let them know to take a look on the website to see the new litter posted.
Photos will be taken at 4, 6, and 7 weeks old. Once you pick your puppy, we will email you a link to download all their puppy photos if you’d like! We also try to take videos at 6 ½, 7 ½, 8 ½, etc. that will be uploaded to our YouTube channel so be sure to subscribe to be notified when a new video is uploaded. We try to post daily on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Puppies are given age-appropriate vaccinations and dewormings before they leave our home.
All pups leave here having been examined by our trusted licensed Veterinarian who will provide a letter of Health for each puppy.
All puppies leave here with an ISO International; microchip already implanted. All ISO compliant Universal readers (USA & International) can read the microchip. They will leave here being registered to us. Once you take ownership you may transfer the registration to you. Details how to do this will come in your VIP Puppy Pack once you take your pup home.
The pup will forever be registered to us regardless if you register the pup or not. If you do register the pup we would be listed as the alternative contact. We will be an alternative to ensure your puppy is safe and happy until she or he can be returned safely to you.
Jump Start Program
All of our precious pups are raised with our Jump Start Program that includes a modified version of Jane Killion's Puppy Culture Program. Every day we work with each puppy individually starting at day 3.
Every new parent will receive the Puppy Culture Exercise Booklet which is an important guide to raising a puppy in a safe and healthy way. Following their guidelines will help avoid any future behavioral issues and fractures. Truly indispensable for new puppy parents.
VIP Facebook Group
We have a “private” Facebook group that you can only be added to by a personal invite from me. It’s for all of our buyers and people who have a reservation placed. It’s a fun place to share photos of your pets (all of your pets – we don’t discriminate 😊), get tips, tricks, advice, and share milestones, and helpful info.
VIP Website Page
There is a password protected area on our website. Once you place your deposit you will gain access to the password.
This is the really fun part. Once the litter is 4 weeks old, we will create a page for every single litter and every individual puppy. Every day we log into the VIP area and update what we did with each puppy, and how they did. You can follow along with every puppy and join us on their journey! You will be able to be a part of all the behind-the-scenes action, and be made aware of all of their milestones. You will find yourself cheering on the puppies and beaming with pride! You will know these puppies almost as well as we do by the time Puppy Picking opens at 7 weeks old. You will find tons of resources here that will be helpful for you before, during, and after bringing your puppy home.
Preparing your Pup
While you're busy preparing for your pups homecoming, we're busy setting up your puppy for success
Your puppy will be well on his/her way to house training. We start young by introducing a bathroom area (litter box) in the puppy pen after 3 weeks of age, to help with the process of house training. We teach them the proper place to go potty is in the litter box. We also use washable pee pads around our home so when they have free roam, they can find a pee pad and have easy access. we have had great success with these methods and past buyers have commented on easy it has been for them to completely house break their pups. We work hard so that the transition for your puppy is easier and the least stressful for both you and your puppy. Being consistent is the key in fully potty training your pup, and of course, when you take your pup outside and when they do their business it always helps to reward with a treat, and say “good potty” while giving the pup a pat on the head. It’s easy to teach a dog to potty on command – just be consistent 😊.
All puppies are started on basic obedience, such as sitting and knowing how to walk on a leash. Puppies will be eager to mand (sit) automatically to ask for things and it is recommended you continue to teach your puppy how to mand. Puppies will also know how to walk on a leash before leaving (or at least be well on their way). They will have been introduced to a leash and collar and should eagerly walk when the leash and collar are put on.
All puppies have started crate training. The majority will be eager and willing to enter the crate and enjoy the time they have in there. Most will not cry when placed in the crate. You will need to continue to reinforce that their crate is a good place by hiding special treats inside, and by feeding their meals in the crate.