– How much are your puppies?
Beagliers – $1,000
Cavachons – we are not breeding Cavachons at this point. Feel free to contact us for a breeder recommendation.
Cotons – $1,500
Labradors – $1,200
– Do you have a spay/neuter contract?
No. We do not guarantee our dogs for breeding but we do not restrict breeding rights either.
– Are your Lab puppies registered?
All of our Lab puppies come with full AKC registration unless otherwise specified.
– Do you have a sales agreement/health guarantee?
You can read it on this page.
– Do they have their puppy shots?
All of our puppies are up to date on vaccines and deworming when they go to their new homes.
– Do you ship puppies?
We can either deliver by car, or fly with the puppy year round. Prices vary based on location.
What is the estimated adult weight of your puppies?
Weight can vary, especially among designer breeds, but the range is as follows:
Beagliers – 15-30 pounds.
Cotons – 10-20 pounds.
Labradors – 55-100.
– Are your puppies potty trained?
Most of our Beaglier and Coton puppies are fairly well crate-trained and partially potty-trained by the time they go to their new homes. We can sometimes give our Lab puppies a foundation in crate-training, but not always – it’s a little complicated to crate-train ten puppies at once! We highly recommend crate-training once the puppies have gone to their new homes to assist in the potty-training process and also to train the puppy to learn contentment and being on its own.
– Do you recommend a male or female for companionship?
Frankly we aren’t the best judges of this because none of our dogs are spayed/neutered. In our experience, our males are more independent and our females are more affectionate but many people will agree that when dogs are spayed/neutered, the male is more loyal and affectionate while a female is more independent. We believe that each puppy has an individual personality of its own and it is difficult to make such a generalization.
– What are your hours of operation?
We check in at the office on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays between 10am and 5pm – but can sometimes schedule visits other days of the week.
Since we operate out of our home and we are a large family with other commitments, visits must be by appointment only. We are not available on Saturdays. This is due in part to religious conviction, as we observe the seventh-day sabbath, but also because we need a day once a week in which we can be together as a family and not have to arrange for other commitments. When you practically live and breathe dogs, puppies and keeping up with inquiries – it’s important to take a little break!