The Puppy Gallery

    We also are expecting a litter of miniature/moyen puppies in July. These puppies will be in the 16" range when full grown and should weigh between 20 and 25 pounds. We are expecting the puppies to be black. We may possibly have whites also.

    All of our puppies are priced at $1000.00 with AKC Limited Registrations. WE DO RESERVE THE RIGHT TO FIRST PICK!
    FULL REGISTRATIONS MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIONAL CHARGE AND TO APPROVED HOMES ONLY! PLEASE CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR FURTHER UPDATES!

    DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE BUT MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER PUPPY AT A LATER TIME.

    Occasionally we will offer a puppy or adult to a foster home. There will be no charge.

    Puppies are selected at a young age (8 - 10 weeks) and re-evaluated over the next two years. All foster dogs will be health tested at owner's expense before consideration for breeding. As a result, some dogs will make it into owner's breeding program. Others may not mature or pass health testing as we would expect and will be spayed or neutered to live out their lives with their foster caretaker.

    If Owners feel the dog will be a good addition to their breeding program, the foster females will come to Owner's home to have their litter and stay through the raising and weaning of the litter...no longer than seven weeks. The foster males will come to spend one to two weeks at a time for breeding.

    The foster caretaker will be responsible for providing good nutrition and annual health care. Basically, the same care you would provide any dog you yourself would own....but with thought that the foster dog may one day whelp or sire a litter.

    Fostering as it relates to breeding will involve:

    • Keeping an intact dog and ensuring it is not bred without our consent
    • Saying goodbye for a variable length of time, while breeding or raising a litter
    • Keeping the dog in good weight and physical condition
    • Keeping the coat in good and reasonably clean state

    The Owner will cover expenses of stud fees, health screening, breeding, whelping and raising a litter.

    As long as the foster dog is part of the breeding program, it remains in the Owner's name. All breeding rights belong to the Owner. There must be no desire on the part of the Foster family to breed their foster dog. The dog would strictly be your pet!

    Foster families must welcome a home visit from Owners from time to time to check on said foster dog.

    If you feel that you may be interested in being a foster parent, please inquire. We do require that you live within fair driving distance to us.