We solely focus on owning Labrador retrievers and Goldens here at my house. I personally as a little kid loved watching old yeller and Air bud.. I fell in love with the personality and looks of both breeds. Before getting one, I pretty much spent my time watching and researching about both breeds before 100% deciding to move further onto purchasing one to make sure they were right for my lifestyle.
How many times do you breed your dogs?
It really depends on the female and my reproductive vets approval to breed each individual dog. My girls solely come first before anything else so after every litter I get the opinion of my reproductive vet that has been in practice for many years before I started breeding. Their own personal needs and health comes first to me before anything else. THAT being said a dog SHOULD NOT have more than 4-5 litters if approved BY a reproductive specialist.
Do I have to sign a contract?
All of our puppies are strictly sold on a contract to ensure the wellbeing of the puppy and protection of the Buyer and the Breeder.
All puppies sold going to pet homes must be spayed and neutered between 18-24 months old.
When putting down a non-refundable reservation fee, your contract is due signed at that time. All parties enter into a contract willingly.
How do you take reservation fees? Are they refundable?
Reservation fees are non-refundable as per our contract. We hold your spot in order of deposits received. Reservation fees go towards the final cost of your puppy.
Reservation fees can be taken through paypal with a 6% fee added onto it if you are sending it through paypal or venmo Non-Refundable Reservation fees are $300 per puppy with 6% fee added onto it is $318. Final costs are to be paid in cash on the day of pickup. We do not hold puppies past 8 weeks unless final expenses are paid up front at 5 weeks with an extra $100 boarding fee to cover any extra expenses up to 10 days past pickup date.
Where do you raise your puppies?
All of our puppies are raised at our home in a controlled environment. They spend the first 6 weeks inside our home and then transitioned to our puppy nursery outside to start learning potty training and weaning!
Do you offer a health guarantee?
You can find our health guarantee in our contract under our puppy application page.
What toys do you recommend?
I honestly love the Kong Jumbler Ball for my own dogs - they love fetching it!
Good Ole' tennis ball with a chuck it stick!
Rope toys under supervision of course!
Kong filler with some greek plain yogurt in the fridge or a kong stuffer! Pop it in the freezer for 30 minutes and they're good to go.
Do you use vitamins?
Yes! I have started using vitamins for our pups for their growing needs that general food may not be able to give them. I ask the families keep this up after they go home to ensure they're getting all essential vitamins for their growth period.
How do I start the puppy application process?
The first step is to review every page you can to get familiar with our contact, dogs, litters, and testimonials from current owners. Owning a puppy is a big responsibility and I ask before you submit an application is make sure 100% you're committed in owning a bestfriend.
Next you'll need to submit a puppy application and fill out everything so I can get to know you better. Within 72 hours I usually contact via. email to chat more. If you decide to move forward on a current litter or future litter when confirmed you can place a non-refundable fee to hold your reservation for a puppy.
After the above steps are done and you have secured your spot you can visit our instagram or facebook group for updates on our litters and see videos and pictures. I typically send photos and or videos out when babies are born, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, and 7 weeks. I keep everyone updated as much as possible and video chat around 5 weeks to start puppy picks. This is done based on the order of non-refundable reservation fees are received.