Puppy Availability 2020-03-29T13:26:42+00:00


We have a full “list of interest” for puppies at the moment and cannot take any more requests at this time.  Due to the volume of requests to be placed on waiting lists we are considering a two tier list for future litters – one list for those who have decided they definitely want a puppy from us (Priority List) where a small deposit will be taken) and a further list for those who are seeking a puppy from several sources (General List).  There will be four spaces for each litter on our Priority List, and the remainder of the puppies will be offered to the General List.  This system if adopted, will commence in January 2021.

Please note the following:

We cannot respond to emails giving no details of family background, work patterns, hours etc.  We do not home puppies to full time workers.  There MUST be someone at home most of the day to care for a puppy and that person should be willing to engage with this.  The family member undertaking the care and training of the puppy must come to view please.

If you have children under 5 please think very carefully about whether you can manage a young puppy.  If you have always had dogs in the family then that’s fine, but if not, be sure you know what you are taking on and the problems that may arise if both puppy and babies are not carefully supervised.

Puppies will be £1500 in 2020.

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE  We will be conducting viewings at the moment by video only via FaceTime or WhatsApp due to current restrictions. We appreciate this is not ideal and it calls for a great deal of trust on both sides.  Deposits will be paid for puppies unseen, and we will have to promise puppies to families we have been unable to meet in person.  However, at present it is the best we can do for the puppies already here or on the way.   Arrangements for puppy collections may also have to be delayed due to vets only being able to undertake emergency work (puppies must be health checked and microchipped before leaving) and also restrictions on unnecessary journeys.  If these difficulties persist our summer litters may have to be postponed but this will be reviewed at the time the girls come into season.

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