We start taking adoption applications as soon as the puppies are born, starting with the families that are on our wait-list. For the remaining puppies, our adoption process starts with you sending us a request for an adoption application.
Request Adoption Application HERE when puppies are available.
(If puppies have not been born or are not available, please fill out the puppy wait list form below, to be the first notified when puppies are born).
We then verify the information that is submitted in the application. If your application is approved, we will send you an email with our decision. We require a non-refundable $300 deposit guaranteeing your puppy purchase. The deposit is due immediately upon adoption application approval. If you are requesting that your puppy of choice, tail is not docked, the full re-homing fee is due at the time of adoption application approval and there are no refunds. We sometimes have multiple applications for a single puppy. If we do not receive the deposit within what we deem a reasonable amount of time, you will be notified that your application approval has been rescinded and the puppy will go to the next approved adoptive family.
We accept payments via Venmo or Zelle. The balance can also be paid using the methods mentioned. The puppy adoption balance is due on the designated puppy pick-up day, when the puppies are 8 weeks old. We typically set the pick-up appointments for the Friday-Sunday after the puppies turn 8 weeks old.
In order to assure the best and safest environment for our puppies, we hold off on setting up puppy visits with their awaiting families. We have a "closed home/environment," until they are 4 weeks old. We post tons of videos and photos on our Facebook page and YouTube so you can watch your baby growing up, never missing all of the adorable moments.
When the puppies turn 4 weeks old we can then accept appointments for a brief visit that will require a stringent decontamination process before you are able to touch or be in the presence of the puppy. There are no children allowed at this visit. As for resident dogs of the adoptive family, unfortunately, we do not offer the option of bringing outside dogs to visit the puppies. It would be very dangerous to the litter and very stressful for mommy and the rest of our pack.