Dew claws removed (unless otherwise
Wormed Strongid T at 2
Wormed Strongid T 4
5way series started at 6
Panacure wormer 3-5 days at 6
Panacur wormer 3-5 days at 8
(Shots current if with us at
Copy of UABR registry, pedigree
or AKC registry
3 year hip & health
30 days of pet
Goody bag with food
toys, moms scent blanket (unless shipped commercially)
We are learning and
implementing Puppy Culture Socialization techniques as well.
Reservations can be made with a $500 .
Deposits are deducted from original balance. They are transferable, non refundable.
Deposits can be made
PayPal (we send you an invoice,
3.5% fee also applies)
Walmart Moneygram (suspended during
Please do not send funds without
verifying where to send it. (User name/email)
If a method is not listed, please
don’t assume it is accepted. We cannot accept Venmo,
All of our puppies are sold on a
pet contract. You must spay or neuter, unless a breeding contract has been approved & purchased. Breeding rights are currently double pet price
We will notify you when your reserved litter is born. Due dates are sometimes early or late by a few days. We may do a group photo while mom is on a potty break, but don’t typically do posed
picturesthe first ten days. Our priority is making sure newborns are eating, staying warm and thriving.
We will do group boy, group girl pics roughly every 10 days after babies have settled in. Closer to that 6 week mark, we start individual pictures.
Pictures are not always easy. And quality photos are our goal. But sometimes babies are hungry, tired, etc. Between the puppies mood, and our allotted time for pictures, we may not capture every
feature just right off the bat. By age 6 weeks, we typically have individual pictures, front, side views. Pictures are time consuming, we may take 30-50 pictures for every one you see posted.
Typically the selection process starts around week 6 (within a few days of the 6 week mark, due to schedules-it may not be the exact 6 week date) This gives
timetoinsurepuppiesarethriving,personalities are emerging, etc.
We do pictures, videos, assist with personality descriptions, etc.
We notify everyone when the process starts, and you will be individually notified when it is specifically your turn.
We will post individual pictures on the litter tab on the website. We delete the pictures as selections are made. When it is your turn to select, you return to the litter tab link
providedtoseewhostill available for you to choose.
VISITATIONS suspended currently. You may visit in person, but must abide by our visitation/disease control policy SUSPENDED until further notice. Because of
Coronavirus,wearereallytryingtodoselections via video. Any in person visits will have to be done outside, weather permitting. Visits must be arranged before the selection process. You can not wait
until it anddecide to schedule a visit when it has not been previously discussed. We also have a very, very strict parvo virus control policy.
COVID protocols in many aspects have taught us many things can be done virtually. By virtual visits, videos- we have learned this is a great time saver. For us that time can be used for the hands
on care require to take care of your puppy-litter, their parents. We have learned by working smarter in this way, we have more time for our own pets, our livestock, and most importantly our
family and self care.
By doing videos at selection, it allows many opportunities. Deposit holders all receive the same view. Deposit holders can watch, rewatch videos. Videos can be used future wise
in the even that an opening does become available. We have started answering FAQs and giving out very important information during the video time. Info includes vaccine info, health info, flea
and tick prevention, parasite control, training, etc. By doing a set of videos for selection, it allows us to not have to repeat FaceTime, in-home visits up to a dozen times per litter. Freeing
our time to provide the hands on care needed to care for animals.
Please see FAQ page for general
We ask that when it is your turn, that you do so in a timely manner, courteous to those waiting behind you. With litter sizes sometimes around 10, you can see why turns need to be courteousandtimely.
It is. It practical to take 24 hours or more to decide.
We ask that balances be paid in full by age 6 weeks.
Multiple reasons for balances being due by age 6 weeks. The biggest is allowing for ample time for clearance of funds, daily/weekly sending and receiving limits by listed methods, fraud
are welcome, as long as they are received at least 14 days prior to delivery or pick up.
Walmart money gram (suspended during Covid-19)
Google Pay (also 10 day clearance)
Wave invoicing accepts your debit or credit card.
Do not send funds with out verifying user names/emails
first for listed method. They are not all the same.
If a method is not listed, then we do not accept it. Please
do not assume we will.
We cannnot accept Venmo, we cannot accept PayPal for
We cannot accept payment on out courtesy delivery day. Apps
can have sending limits as mentioned, fraud alerts, or sit in cyberspace pending for 14 days and not clear.
We do not accept cash on our courtesy Texas delivery route.
It is simply not safe to travel with cash. We meet in public to exchange, and often when you are sending cute puppies with new families you get onlookers. A cash exchange in public is not
wise. On delivery day we are meeting with multiple families, handing out paperwork, goodie bags, your new family member. Collecting cash can be stressful on our end in these
BREEDING RIGHTS are an additional fee, more info on FAQ
page, or please ask. Not all litters have the same fee for breeding rights. Pet contract does have fine if broken.
Arrangements are made for the 8
weekmark for pick up. If you are needing a different time frame to pick up, please discuss this in advance. We do have options for boarding. Boarding fees apply.
We will have a complimentary
delivery/pick up route for our litters. Route is typically either NE Oklahoma-McKinney-Waco OR NE Oklahoma-OKC-Haslet/Denton- Waco. This route is coordinated with multiple families, and is a
single route delivery day. It also has a strict time schedule.
We have a puppy nanny service
outside of this date, and for families in other nearby states. Rate is per mile.
Ground shipping is available to
most areas in the US, rate is $300. Shipping by air is available in the US and Puerto Rico to most areas for around $500 and up
On pickup/delivery day, bring a
towel,wipes for travel just in case. We do not recommend stopping for potty breaks.
Be very careful where you take your
puppy. Avoid high traffic areas. Your puppy is not immune from viruses until the shot series is complete and has had time to work. Your shoes can track in deadly viruses, keep them out of reach.
Cleaning with bleach can kill some viruses.
Change can cause stomach
sensitivity. If switching foods, do so gradually. Mix a little new in with the old until transition is complete. Introduce new kinds of treats slowly. It doesn’t hurt to have canned pure pumpkin
on hand for loose stools due to stress & these changes.
We free feed. It’s ok to let your
puppy do so for the first few months. Your puppyfood will have serving recommendations if you prefer not to free feed. Puppies drink a lot of water.
Crate-we prefer a large or medium
one with a divider. If your puppy can get away from his/her mess, they will. Crate training can not be as successful if they can get away from their mess.
Be sure you are continuing a
worming routine. If your puppy has not been prescribed a monthly heart and all around worm prevention, you need to be worming at least every 14 days with an over the counter wormer such as
Panacur. Panacur is a multi day administrating wormer.
is not immune from diseases/viruses such as parvo until all of your shot series has been completed and has time to settle in and work. We follow the 6, 9, 12, 15 week schedule. Public places,
places where other dogs/potentially unvaccinated dogs have been (even the vets office), pet stores, puppy product isles in retail stores higher risk areas. Your shoes, your children’s shoes,
company shoes that comes over-all risk factors. Please do your research about parvo prevention. Parvo can live in soil, be tracked in on shoes etc. Its never a good idea to sit your puppy down on
any public surface or ground.
Puppies love stimulation, toys are
I like the brush that looks like a
rake, and the slicker blush.
Books to consider:
The Puppy Primer by Patricia
Guinn Family Farms visitation policy for all homes
CURRENTLY ALL VISITATION CEASED due to increas in Covid, and health of immediate family.
COVID protocols in many aspects have taught us many things can be done virtually. By virtual visits, videos- we have learned this is a great time saver. For us that time can be
used for the hands on care require to take care of your puppy-litter, their parents. We have learned by working smarter in this way, we have more time for our own pets, our livestock, and most
importantly our family and self care.
We are a family run business, and locations are our homes. Random visits can be intrusive. And like a lot of you, we have
families, children, busy schedules. Safety & keeping our homes/puppies protected from deadly viruses are a priority.
PREVIOUS VISITATION POLICY:
We do allow visitors, but only deposit holding families. We will not allow anyone who has visited shelters, other breeders in the last 30 days. If your unsure about a doodle or
poodle and are in the shopping phase-please do not ask to visit, and be respectful of our decision to protect our puppies, and maintain peaceful home life. Our goal is to protect our property,
and our puppies (and your future companions) from deadly viruses like parvo, and other contaminants.
Only consideration for nondeposit holding visitors would be if we happen to have a puppy over 8 weeks and ready to go.
We have security cameras, measures in place. Visitors must sign an affidavit agreeing they have not visited any stated facility in the past 30 days.
Visitors must step in bleach pans. Puppies can be observed up close. Visitors can put on gloves to touch/pet puppies, but puppies cannot be held. Parvo can be carried in on
Areas are sanitized with bleach prior to visitors coming, and when they leave.
Between our own family members we do a lot as far as socialization. We implement Early Neurological Socialization, Noise Desensitization, Puppy culture methods. We also do a lot
daily precautions, such as changing public clothes before handling, having shoes only dedicated for puppy areas, stepping in and out of bleach before handling, cleaning, socializing, etc.
With Covid/Coronavirus we are limiting deposit holding visits to outside to help with social distancing. Weather & babies having that 1st vaccine will play a part in allowing
visits to happen.
With current numbers increasing, and recent changes in the health of our immediate family-we are ceasing all visits.