If you’re interested in one of our puppies you can contact us by email, text or phone. When you’re ready to select a puppy, you will need the following:
Complete a puppy questionnaire
Sign a contract
There will be a spay or neuter agreement in the contract (I do not sell my breeding rights)
Pay a non-refundable deposit (see price in Available Puppies section) to reserve the puppy of your choice
You can pick your puppy up from my home or ship with a flight nanny at your cost. I will supply the crate for travel, an update on vaccination records, worming record, veterinarian exam and negative fecal.
Final payment is due by the time the puppy is ready and about to leave our home.
I am very dedicated to my dogs and will be very dedicated to making sure that you will receive a very well adjusted, healthy and cared for puppy. My puppies are raised in our home with us and will be well socialized. I will work on potty training around the age of 6 weeks. My puppies and dogs environment is kept clean on a daily basis. A week before your puppy is ready to leave to come to your home, I will start to get them used to being in a crate by themselves. I hope this will help to lessen the crying from the separation from their siblings and Mom. I will introduce my puppies to Bio-Sensor early neurological stimulation between 3 and 16 days old. You can Google Puppy Bio-Sensor to understand what this means. My puppies will come with one year health guarantee (see details in contract) and I will always be available for a question even after you have received your puppy. We provide the best in nutrition for our dogs and puppies. I spare no expense when it comes to my dogs. Puppies will be ready to be released at 8 weeks old. Puppies will be up to date on all current vaccinations, and have an examination by a veterinarian before leaving my home. If you want to come to our home to visit the parents and pick out your puppy you’re welcome to set up an appointment to do so. I know it’s hard to trust purchasing a puppy on the internet. I will keep videos and new photos of puppies as much as possible.
How to be prepared for your puppy
Get your puppy food. I will let you know what I’m feeding your puppy.
I recommend stainless steel bowls for dog food and water.
You need a wire crate with a divider in it. The reason for the divider is puppy naturally won’t go potty in their sleeping area. So the area needs to be small where puppy sleeps. Then as puppy grows you can remove divider to have a larger sleeping area. I recommend the crate to measure 24x18x19.
Choose your veterinarian and have an appointment set up for the arrival of your puppy. Puppy will need to be vet checked within 72 hours of arrival.
Things you will need for grooming are a pin brush, shampoo (I use Nature’s Specialties brand plum silky fragrance) it smells so good.
I also use a pin brush, regular brush and a comb.
You will need a soft bed to put in the crate.
For puppies, it’s best if you get stainless steel bowls for food and water that attach to sides of crate. That way they can’t turn them over.
Exercise pen for play when you can’t watch them. Puppies don’t get the run of the house until they are fully potty trained. If you do that’s just setting them up for failure. Cotons are very smart and catch on easy, but they are babies. My Coton puppies were potty trained at about 16 weeks old. You have to be consistent.
You will also need a leash and harness.