Finding a Breeder

We think the most important thing is to get to know your breeder. Ask lots of questions! Don’t be shocked when the breeder asks you a lot of questions also. After all, they did love your fur baby first.

Some things to keep in mind:

  • Ask to see the kennels where the dogs are kept. Are they clean?
  • Ask to see the pups parents in person
  • Watch and see how the parents interact with the breeder
  • How do other dogs on the premise look?
  • Breeders should be honest about the genetic disease the can effect their breed.
  • Did they health screen? Ask to see results.
  • The breeder may ask you to sign a contract- saying if for some reason you can no longer care for the dog, the dog should be returned back to them

Good breeders will be there for the life of your dog. We want to hear updates and we want you to send us pictures! We want a lifelong, happy and loving home for all our dogs.