Thinking about Purchasing a Puppy???
So you have seen a puppy on our website that looks really intriguing to you, and naturally you are curious and you have questions about the purchasing process for one of our puppies.
What comes next?
Reduce Stress Levels and Insecurity!
Purchasing a puppy can be a harrowing experience - but it doesn't need to be.
Please take your time visiting the recommended pages before contacting me with your questions.
Most of the things you will want to ask me are already here on the website, and this will make the puppy buying process so much less stressful for you, when you have all the facts at your fingertips to make an informed purchasing decision.
Transportation & Location
Deposit & Sales Contracts Explained
If getting the pup home to you is doable, then visit the Deposit Contract page for more info
on how to reserve a younger pup, or how to put a hold on a pup that
is ready to go, until you can make the time to come and pick it up.
I need you to understand the reasons behind the deposit contract and why I will not hold puppies without a financial commitment on your side. There are also Paypal Reservation buttons on most of the puppy pages, that are preset for the proper amounts of reserving the puppy on the page. But don't click on one of those just yet!
While you're there, also have a look at the Payment Options - especially if you are looking to reserve a younger pup or want to set up a payment or installment plan, or want to reduce the Paypal fees. Good communications and mutual understanding will ease the puppy buying process and makes the individual steps come together effortlessly.
Learn more About Us and our Dogs!
Looking for a puppy in a particular sex/color combination and can't find it?
Still thinking about that puppy, huh?
a mini questionaire, covering the bare basics, and gives me a general
idea of what you're looking for and who you are.
There is also a section in there, where you can ask questions in return. Chances are, I will have some additional questions for you as we're getting to know each other a bit.
Communication is important when you are purchasing a puppy. I want to know, that you know what you are doing when you take one of my furkids home with you, and I want to know that you are prepared and serious about having it in your life for the next 10, 12, 13 or 15+ years.
Dogs are a long term commitment, and I want to know that you are be committed to the one you are thinking about taking home.
Looking forward to talking to you soon,