– How much are your puppies?
Beagliers – $800
Cavachons – $1000
Cotons – $1200
Labradors – $600
– 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?
There are new regulations that restrict selling puppies sight unseen, unless the buyer has a representative. So we can ship puppies if the buyer has an acquaintance in the area who can view the puppy first OR if the buyer is willing to sign a form designating one of our family members as the representative.
The price to fly a puppy is usually between $400-$450 and we prefer to use Delta Cargo. Due to temperature regulations though, puppies can only be flown via Delta Cargo certain times of the year.
We also offer delivery-by-car, or flying-with-the-puppy options (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.
Cavachons – 10-20 pounds.
Cotons – 10-20 pounds.
Labradors – 55-100.
– Are your puppies potty trained?
Most of our Beaglier, Cavachon 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?
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 worry about other commitments. When you practically live and breathe dogs, puppies and keeping up with inquiries – it’s important to take a little break! We are available most Sundays through Fridays. We prefer appointments to be between 9am and 6pm, but we can be flexible on this.