Bella Bostons

Quality Traditional & Colored Boston Terriers in Canada

Picking out your puppy......

Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.


Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they giPicking out your puppy...
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.

 There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy. ..

 

1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.


Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.


Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup 

 1.  Most people join our  email list.  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.

There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.

 There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  

Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.

 Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.

 This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.


2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.
2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.

 Aside from the logistical aspects, In order to protect the health of our dogs and puppies we do not allow people to drop by to visit, chat or spend time on our property.  Every person who comes here has the potential to bring parvovirus and other deadly diseases in to our young puppies on their shoes, clothes, tires etc, whether they personally own a dog or not.  


 The health and welfare of our dogs is our first and foremost concern.  We realize we could sell our puppies more quickly if we let people come over to see them, but sales are certainly not our primary concern, and never will be.


This policy is also of real benefit to those who are interested in purchasing one of our pups, because they know that when they come to pick up their puppy he or she will not have been exposed to life threatening contagous diseases from all kinds of people dropping by to see them.


We ask that you look at our pictures on the website and then contact us if you would like more information about individual pups.  You can then place a puppy deposit to hold the pup of your choice.  The balance is due on the day you come to pick up your puppy.


There are certainly many places that you can find pups where anyone and everyone wanders by, picks them up, holds them, plays with them etc. by just calling the owner who is pushing the sale....or of course in pet shops.   Quite possibly these pups could be infected with a contagious disease which will start to show symptoms only after you have purchsed them.  That story doesn't end very well, and is much more common than most people think. 

 


2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Picking out your puppy....
There are several ways to choose your perfect puppy.  
1.  Most people join our waiting list (AKA our email list).  As new litters of puppies become available they are notified by email about the pups, and pictures are sent to them as well.  People on our list have first pick of any pups we have available.  Many pups are never seen by the public.  If a pup isn't chosen then we will put up a pictures of the puppy on our website and sometimes adverise the pup elsewhere as well.
There is a $50 deposit required to join the list.  If we did not charge this we would have hundreds of people on our list, which would defeat the whole purpose.  We consider those on our list as people who are serious about purchasing a puppy, and naturally those are the people we spend the most time talking with.  
Once we receive a deposit, you may ask for a video of a pup if there is one you  are interested in.  We will send one as soon as we are able to.
This $50 can be applied to the purchase of a pup or refunded at any time.  The only time that this deposit will not be refunded is when the person has requested a time to view pups and has not shown up for the appointment, or called to make other arrangements 24 hours before.  Typically we hire a person to care for the dogs while we are showing puppies, therefore if someone just does not show up, although very inconvenient for us, at least we are somewhat compensated for our time and expenses.

2.  Someone sees the puppy advertised, and calls or emails for more information.  They then send us the individual puppy deposit ($250) to hold the pup until the pup is 8 weeks old and can be picked up.

3.  A person makes an appointment to view the pup or puppies.  We have numerous requests daily to make time for people to come to see our puppies.  Our main concern by far is to take care of our puppies and dogs and keep their schedules as uniform as possible, which means we cannot possibly do this.  Many kennels and individuals will drop everything at the prospect of selling a puppy.  We don't.  We certainly have no difficulties in selling our puppies, and often do turn down homes we feel may not be appropriate for our pups.
In order to make an appointment to see a pup we ask for a $50 deposit (sent by email transfer or paypal), which we will keep if a person does not show up.  This tends to separate those who are really interested in a puppy and financially able to purchase one, from those who like to just spend an afternoon visiting puppies or making appointments they don't bother to keep....and unfortunately there are lots out there like that.
When visiting, puppies may not be picked up or handled because this can easily transmit diseases to young puppies.  Pups do not have the necessary immunity built up to defend against this.  The health and safety of our pups is naturally most important.

Individual puppy deposits are $250.  This deposit is not refundable, because we may turn down others who are interested in this puppy as well.  This will hold your puppy for you and the pup will not be shown to anyone else.  If you have already sent in the $50 wait list deposit, then you would only send $200.  We can only hold a puppy for you once we receive this deposit....until then the pup may be sold to someone else if they give us a deposit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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