Waiting List and How It Works
1. When a litter comes 6 weeks and vet checked, they are presented to my waiting list in order. Once all of the waiting list has chosen and put the puppy deposit equaling half the cost of the puppy, we go to step two.
2. The remaining pups are presented to those who have applications in and are approved. There is no order. First one that puts a deposit of half the puppy's cost reserves the pup.
3. Any remaining pups are presented to the general public. First one to fill out an application, become approved and puts the deposit down, reserves the pup. Most of the time pups are 9 to 12 weeks at this stage.
Pups go home around 12 weeks depending on shot schedule and vet release.
How to get on the waiting list?
Fill out an application. Once approved, I encourage for you to come meet me and my furbabies. See where they are raised and how. If you are unable a phone call and maybe a video chat.
Once we both feel secure and you decide, I am your breeder, you put a $100 waiting list deposit down. This is non-refundable, but it does go towards the cost of your puppy.
I offer hand delivery on the east coast with delivery fee. Fee depends on location and dates. Puppy nannies can be used. These are nannies that hand carry your pup to the closest airport. Fee is depending on Puppy Nanny. Usually around $500. PUP ARE NEVER FLOWN CARGO.
Please contact me with any questions.
* I reserve the right to deny anyone. These pups are my grandpups and if I don't feel comfortable I will not let them go or approve an application.
Imperial can range from 1600 to 3500 depending on size, color, sex and pedigree
We occasionally breed Standard with our co-breeders. These are healthy and happy pups that will range from 10 to 16 lbs. These range from 1200 to 1800 depending on size, color, sex and pedigree