|Deposits are non-refundable
under any circumstances.
Please contact us before
|Open Registration (Breeding)
|A $300 non-refundable deposit will reserve a puppy for
you. When puppies have arrived and you have selected
yours, the deposit will need to be levelled up to equal one
third the adoption fee of the pup. The balance is due at
pick-up, or at least one week before transport when delivery
Please do not be intimidated by the length of our
Reservation List. The number of names is not the number
puppies who need to arrive before your name will come up.
Reservations do not require a selection to be made when
your name is next. We contact everyone, in order, when
pups arrive. Some select a pup, others choose to wait. We
nearly always make it to the end of our list for every litter.
|The information posted here is as current as
possible. Occasionally, timing, weather, or
commitments to our clients waiting for a
particular puppy may necessitate a change in
plans. We encourage checking in periodically
for the most up-to-date information.
Prices above are a guideline and are subject to
change at any time until the puppies are posted
|Please note that planned litters are subject to change due to
nature's timing, the needs of our program, and our
commitment to our clients.
|This page will have information about future litters and
reservations. Pups are chosen in the order their reservation
deposit is received. The exception to this rule is when a
puppy has been paid for in full in advance. PIF reservations
take precedence over general reservations.
|As of January, 2016, we are no longer removing dew claws
from our newborn pups. We thoroughly researched the
pros and cons of this practice via veterinary articles,
veterinarians themselves, fellow breeders, and observation
of our own dogs with and without dew claws for years.
Below is are links to articles explaining the most important
reason we have changed our practice.
|2020 Breeding Plans
|Each puppy's price will be posted with his or her photos
to make things as clear and easy as possible. While subject
to change, the following are the usual adoption fees.
|Solid or Parti Self Color, Sable, Brindle: $1800-$2000
Solid Phantom, Solid Merle: $2000-$2200
Parti Phantom, Parti Merle: $2500-$2800
Solid or Parti Phantom Merle: $3000 +
|Pet (Spay/Neuter Agreement)
|Self-Colored, Solid or Parti: $900
Solid or Parti Sable: $900
Solid or Parti Brindle: $900
Solid Phantom: $900
Parti Phantom: $1500 (Includes Alter)
Solid or Parti Merle: $1500 (Includes Alter)
Phantom Merle: $1800-2000 (Includes Alter)
|As stated on our Nursery pages, we do not order
registration applications for puppies adopted to be
spayed/neutered. Please be certain of your interest in
whether to breed, or not, before finalizing your adoption.
|All open puppies will receive AKC registration applications.
|Uma / Dozer
Expecting Phantoms In Traditional And Merle
|Joplin / Dozer
Expecting Phantoms In Traditional And Merle
|We use NuVet Plus supplements for our canine
companions. Made with human food grade antioxidants,
amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, they provide
tremendous immune support, from puppyhood into their
senior years. The most critical time to receive this support
is the first six months of life, while the immune system is
struggling to build itself up, and while your puppy is
experiencing the greatest changes in it's environment and
routine. We encouraging ordering a week or two before
your puppy's arrival so they do not experience a gap.
|We also give NuJoint DS. We are often reminded to give
joint supplements to senior dogs to stave off deterioration.
What is not talked about is that our dogs' bones and joints
are not fully developed until they are at two years old,
even later for giant breeds. We give NuJoint for the first
24 months of our dogs' lives, lending the most support
possible for proper growth and development.
(Hint: We give NuJoint DS. The dosage can be cut in
half, delivering the same amount of Glucosamine and
other ingredients as the regular NuJoint. Expectant moms
are given a full dosage during pregnancy and for twelve
weeks after delivery.)
|The quarantine and it's financial impact on our family has
made it necessary to downsize our program considerably.
We will keep this page as current as possible as we
Please note that breedings are not necessarily posted in
chronological order, and are subject to change if needed.