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Do you have the big heart and nice setting to give to one of our transitioning dogs ?   On occasion we will have an adult dog to place into a pet home.  These dogs are most typically 1 to 5 years old and were most typically born and raised here, although some can be up to 8 years of age.  Some may have never had any puppies for us and some may have had several litters.  We get them spayed and neutered prior to being placed.  We usually charge a fee that would cover the cost of that surgery and a little more at times, that fee being usually $500 - $700 (males are less expensive than females).  We like people to live within 3-4 hours of our home.  We do not like to ship our adult dogs.  We prefer homes with homeowners, not renters.  We prefer homes with another dog in the household.  We prefer homes with children over the age of 8.  We prefer homes with experienced dog owners, not first time dog owners.  We prefer homes with a fenced yard.  These dogs would require training and patience while they transition from their farm/kennel/dog/breeder lifestyle here into a "pet" home lifestyle.  They are typically very nervous for the first week, month or more.  Our female dogs are typically crate trained and leash broke.  Our male dogs are not house or crate trained.  May or may not be leash trained.  All dogs would need to be obedience trained.  It is always very difficult for us to make the final decision to place one of our dogs into a new home.  But we are dedicated to continuing on in the development of our breeds and so need to continue the bloodlines on into the next generations.  At our home/farm our's and our dog's lives are very simple and are very routine 7 days a week.  To uproot a dog from our quiet lifestyle to place them into a home with strangers that takes them away from our family members and all if the other dogs they have been hanging out with for years is quite a shock to them.  Their new owners can have NO expectations of them at all.  Here is a video of what part of their day and lifestyle is like with us:  
This page was last updated  March 6, 2023
Available Soon:
1.  Our gorgeous Chloe has been spayed and is ready to leave us now.  She would not necessarily need another dog in the home with her.   And she can go out a farther distance than others.   She won't take as long to get comfortable in her new home as some others are she was raised up with 2 small children in one of our foster to own homes.   She has been heart worm tested negative for the season.  She is a little heavier now than she was in this video, but you can see her here:   She is very much a clingy girl, so her new people would have to be used to having her trying to be on you all the time.  She considers herself a lap dog.  She was born oni 3-23-2020 so is just going to turn 3 years old soon.  $850.00  plus tax.
2.  Bart can leave us at any time.  He is not crate or house trained as he has strictly been a stud dog here.  $400 plus tax.  So our male dogs take a bit longer to acclimate to a new lifestyle than our girls.  Bart was born on 7-26-2019. 
We have decided to adopt out our Sarah.  She is 30 lbs.  She isn't spayed yet.  $650 after her spay and blood testing is done.  Born:  12-14-2017