Our Adoption Process
Please read over our FAQ and Visitor Policy. If you would like to adopt one of our puppies and be placed on our waitlist, please fill out an application. Once I receive your application, I will contact you to set up at time for a phone call.
*Remember to check your spam folder if you do not hear back from me.
A $200.00 deposit is required to reserve a spot on our waitlist.
We will accept 8 deposits per litter and will open the list up if we have more puppies than deposits. Once the puppies are born, I will contact you and let you know how many puppies are in the litter, colours, and gender. An additional $300.00 is required at this time to hold your spot on our reservation list. You will have 24 hours to respond and reserve a puppy.
Deposits are not refundable, but can be transferred to another litter of your choice. *You will not loose your deposit.
*Once you have reserved a puppy, you will have access to our puppy portal, where I will post pictures/videos, information and updates.
Pictures of the puppies will be taken at 2 weeks, 4 weeks, and 6 weeks and will be posted on our current puppy page.
*At 7 weeks, after we have completed the puppies' temperament test, families that have placed a deposit are invited to come and choose their puppy.
The remaining balance is due on this day after puppy selection.
*Please note, we only accept e-transfer or cash. E-transfer's will not be accepted at the time of pickup.
We book appointments in 30 minute intervals. *We may have longer appointments if we are doing puppy selection on the same day as pickup. Please try to arrive on time so we do not have any overlapping appointments, we don't want families to feel rushed to end their appointment early.
There is a charge of $25.00/day for puppies staying longer than their designated pickup dates.
*We reserves the right to have the first and second pick of any litter for our breeding program, therefore not every puppy may not be available.
* We reserve the right to return any deposit/money on a puppy if we feel it is in the best interest of the puppy and ourselves.