Our puppies are family reared, they will fit in beautifully with your family. We work with you to select for disposition and temperament based on your family’s particular needs, this involves personality testing and matching so your new puppy will be a perfect match.
We are committed to ensuring our puppies are well adjusted and in the best possible condition emotionally and physically, we use a number of puppy strategies to bring out the most in our pups.
We believe our pups and dogs are leaving us to start their life journey with you, therefore, part of our role is to ensure the puppies are “Family Ready”.
- Your new family member will be socialised with both big and small dogs before they are ready to go home with you, most of the time they are well on the way to being toilet trained too.
- Our puppies know and understand dog etiquette
- Our puppies and their mums have seen a been treated with love and respect since the day they were born.
- Our dogs and pups don’t know what cages are, they are always born in the house where they live until the next stage of their development, each new environment matches their age, growth and mobility.
- We do not like crate training and feel it it not really fair the pup.
It is our belief, our puppies have an advanced natural immunity system due to the experiences and exposure they have while in our care, then they are immunised and micro chipped to complete the picture, before they begin their life’s journey as your dog.
Criteria we use to match puppies and families
Some of the criteria we consider when assessing the pups,we try to ensure we meet the new families needs as well as the pups. Timing – who has been waiting the longest (Factor not always relevant)
- Nature of the pups, this is the most important factor!
- Clients are happy for me to choose the pup for them based on their needs and wants
- The client has an understanding of the grooming requirements
- The client is comfortable with the sales contract and agrees to return the pup or dog if they can’t keep it for ANY reason.
- Sex – boy or girl
- Is the client a referral from previous client
- Number of children in family
- If a family/couple – are they home enough
- Previous experience with dogs
- Allergies if any
- Timing of puppy going home
- Size of play area for the pup
- Other dogs if any and their size
- Working hours – ability to spend time in training a pup.
- Coat type preference
- Nature of family (part of telephone discussion)
- Location – interstate or local
- Is the area likely to have ticks