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Our Process and Application

Why a Purebred?

So you know the behaviour, appearance and the size of the dog is predictable to the breed.

Further information.

Health

We genetic test our breeding dogs to reduce the likelihood of disease and the best outcome for our puppies for this beautiful breed. 

Hip & Elbow Dysplasia, Eye Diseases.

All our girls have an annual eye examination from a Specialist Veterinary Ophthalmologist. Heart Disease is tested by a Specialist Veterinary Cardiologist, further DNA tests are also completed to rule out any heritable defects. 

Confirmation Of Pregnancy

Once a mating has taken place, the mother has an ultrasound at around day 30 from date of mating and this will confirm a pregnancy, but cannot accurately determine number of puppies at this stage. The mothers nutrition changes at this point to a higher energy level with attention to their weekly weight gain.  Next is an x-ray to take place at around days 50-55 once ossification has occurred, which is bone formation of the puppies, the vet can advise on approximate number of puppies so we know what to expect and we start to prepare for the birth.

Puppy Placement

Please complete our application, this helps us find the right home for our puppies as you will have informed us of your lifestyle and family etc and get to know a little about you.

We reserve the right to refuse applications to anyone we feel will not provide a safe or positive environment for our puppies.  Our pups safety and happiness come first. 

We believe that a puppy is a great delight and a big responsibility. It is OK if you do not know the answer to some of the questions. Do the best you can. We will be in touch and will do the best to help select a puppy you will love.

Once you've returned the application to us and you have heard that you have been selected for a suitable home, you will then follow the journey with us from the time the puppies are born with weekly emails containing useful information along the way to help you prepare for your puppy. 

We require a deposit once the puppies are 10 days of age.

We are not responsible to hold any places for anyone unless deposits are made.

We also post on facebook and instagram about the upcoming litter

Our puppies are ready for the new homes at 8-9 weeks of age, with a play date at approximately 4 weeks and selection process at approximately 7 weeks of age.

Prior to leaving our care all puppies will have been:

  • Wormed at 2, 4, 6 and 8 weeks,

  • Vet health checked, receive their first C3 vaccination and microchipped.

  • Registered with DogsSA on limited register only, a copy of the pedigree certificate will posted

  • A tonne of love and we also strive to toilet train and crate train, part of their daily routine is to provide enrichment and interactive toys when they are at this physical capability level.

Puppies go to their new homes with the following:

  • Complimentary Royal Canin puppy food which they have been raised on

  • 6 weeks free Pet Insurance with PetCover

  • Parents pedigree and health certificates

  • Menu plan

  • Our secret useful pack

  • Additionally, guidance and support is readily available

If you have any enquiries, please enter your details on the contact us page.

Please note: we do not supply therapy dogs.

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