Our puppies are always kept current on their Parvo and Distemper vaccinations while in our
Our puppies are always kept
current on their Vet Exams. They are given an initial Vet exam around 6 weeks of age and then every 30 days after that
while in our care.
Customers always go home with the original Vet exam document and a list of what the pup has had for vaccinations and dewormings.
What customers receive :
A written sales contract.
A puppy that
has been born inside our home and raised in our home and held, loved and played with from its birth.
A puppy that has had a thorough Vet exam.
A puppy that has received top of the line
brands of vaccinations, de-wormings, shampoos, nutrition and Vet care.
A puppy that has been given baths and nail trimmings.
An opportunity to see the puppy’s
parents on youtube.com videos. (And sometimes even grandparents, great grandparents and even great great grandparents!!)
(most of our parent dogs
have youtube videos that you can watch)
A copy of the State of Minnesota's Puppy Warranty Laws. ( find the language here: https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=325f.791 )
A detailed history of the
puppy’s Vet visits and vaccinations and anti-parasitic regime (dewormings).
A 4 pound package of Life's Abundance
**All pups are left completely "natural"
meaning they have their dew claws (including rear) intact and their tails are intact. Meaning no amputations or dockings
or removals of these body parts has been done. You have the option to have any cosmetic surgery done at the time of
your spay/neuter if you wish these items to be altered.**
We do not micro-chip nor do we offer micro-chipping service. You can do a chip implant with your
Veterinarian should you want to have one in your puppy.
We do not offer any "training" services. Most of our customers find our puppies to be
very smart and very easy to train. If you want a puppy to go to a training facility for 4 weeks prior to your taking
it into your home, you can find that service in your local area and hire them directly.
We do NOT spay and neuter any puppies prior to 7 months of age. So no,
young puppies do not leave here spayed/neutered. I wish we could but it isn't recommended that this procedure be done
until 7 months of age. Our contract reads that our puppy buyer's must spay and neuter by 7 months of age. We recommend
right at 7 months of age. University of California - Davis (UC-Davis) reports that non-purebred medium sized dogs can
be spayed/neutered at ANY age with no increased risk for joint or cancer issues. For larger sized non-purebred dogs
they found there to be an increase from 6% to10% if spayed/neutered prior to 12 months. This is a "data collection"
report and NOT a true scientific research study. And the difference between 6% to 10% isn't very significant.
It is a very "simple" report, not a research study. They looked at no other paraments such as type of diet,
whether the animals were overweight or not at the time of altering, chemical applications, etc.
Please note that not all airlines will allow a
puppy kit to be sent along on a flight.