– Puppies Available –
Born February 20, 2019
These puppies are 10 wks (74 days) old.
$950 Male/Female AKC Limited Registration (non-breeding)
$2,250 Male/Female AKC Full Registration (breeding)
5 Weeks – 3/27
6 Weeks – 4/3
7 Weeks – 4/10
|Males (2 Liver, / 1 L&W):|
|1st Male – Poling – OR – 2/20 – Liver & Roan||Sold|
|2nd Male – DeJongh – ID – 3/8 – Liver w/ Black Collar||Sold|
|3rd Male – Young – ID – 4/8 – Liver w/ Blue||Sold|
|Females (3 Liver, / 4 L&W):|
|1st Female – Kiefer – ID – 2/26 – 3 Spot L&R||Sold|
|2nd Female – Morrison – MT – 2/26 – Red (liver)||Sold|
|3rd Female – Shuler – WA – 2/26 – Pink (liver)||Sold|
|4th Female – Palazzolo – ID – 3/2 – 50/50 L&R||Sold|
|5th Female – Behler – WA – 3/8 – Green (liver)||Sold|
|6th Female Pick – Kurtz – NV – 3/19||Sold|
|7th Female Pick – Pendl – ID – 5/2||Sold|
AKC Limited Registration (non-breeding) – $950
AKC Full Registration – $2,250
To reserve a pick of the litter or puppy, call/text Derrick at 208-451-0523 or email him at email@example.com. If you have read our “Terms of Deposit” and “Puppy Purchase Agreement” and would like to reserve your pick now, use the drop-down option and “Pay Now”. The payment amount due is $309 ($9 for the processing fees) payable by credit card or Paypal account. The $300 is applied toward the full purchase price of the puppy. The order of reserved picks is the order in which deposits are received. We do not take any deposits until the litter has been born. We do not maintain a call back list so check the website, call or text for litter updates.
The pups have finally turned five weeks old and we enter the puppy selecting phase. As we’ve discussed, I like to give the pups as much time to mature as possible before making your selection so we have the best chance of placing the right personalities in the right home.
We have started scheduling the first picks for the end of the fifth week and I’ll continue to schedule the subsequent picks into the sixth week. Don’t worry about missing out on your reserved because we are flowing into week six.
The pups have finally grown enough to keep collars on them. All the liver pups have collars as well the only liver & roan male. The two liver males wear the black and blue collars. All the other liver pups are females.
The wind was howling this afternoon but they still managed to enjoy themselves
Tomorrow I will be putting collars on the liver pups to make them easier to identify. I may also put a collar on our only L&R male to make him easier to pick out also. They have been eating puppy food but are all too eager to grab a snack whenever mom allows it, even if it’s challenging.