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Puppy pick spots are on a first come first serve basis, and are assigned in the order that we receive your
deposit.  Our pups sell for $1,500, $1,800, and $2,100.  The deposit amount to reserve your pick spot is based
on the purchase price of the puppy.  The deposit amount is subtracted from the purchase price, and the balance
of the purchase price is due by the time the pup is six weeks old.  Deposits are non-refundable, but are
transferable.  We accept cash, MoneyGram, and PayPal (
*some restrictions apply for personal checks).
We reserve the right to change any of our breeding plans for any reason.
If you will be picking up your puppy by yourself, we recommend that you bring a crate.  We can also ship your puppy
anywhere in the continental U.S. or Canada.
Updated: October 18, 2017
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Please visit our Breedings' Page for our upcoming litter.
Here are some helpful tips for picking a puppy:         
  •         Take your time, don’t rush
  •         Sit down and take a good look at each puppy in the litter.
  •         Try to not have any prejudice with respect to sex or color, if more than one sex and color is available.
  •         Forget about the notion that a puppy needs to be an "x" amount of days old when it goes home.  
  •         Don't try to be a "behavior expert" by trying to test temperaments.
  •         Notice puppies that are trying to get your attention (there is something to be said about chemistry)
  •         Ask any questions you may have, and find out about specific personalities.
  •         Most importantly; follow your heart.

Don’t worry if you have the last pick, because all the puppies will be similar to their parents, so if you like the parents
then you’ll love the puppy.  If you are the owner of the "last pick" puppy in a healthy litter, keep in mind that those
that picked before you most likely used one of these reasons for making their pick:
  •        It had the prettiest color (according to a preconceived notion of "pretty")
  •        It was the biggest or smallest
  •        It was the lightest or darkest
  •        It had the "sweetest face"
  •        It had the biggest head
  •        It was the most or least active
  •        It had the biggest feet
  •        It had the shortest or longest or softest coat
  •        It was the laziest (until they got it home)
  •        The roof of its mouth was the darkest
  •        Its ears were longer/shorter
  •        It came to its “name" (?)  

So remember that people make their pick based on any number of reasons and that the last pick puppy was left only
because it didn't fit the preformed notions of those that chose before you, not because there was anything wrong
with it.  If you have a pick, great, pick the puppy that you feel is “the one for you”, and if you don't have a pick,
consider yourself lucky, because you didn't have to go through the tough process of trying to pick one over the
other, fearing that you'd make some sort of mistake.`