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WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP IF I LIKE A PUPPY?
Please give us a call at 706-851-7369. We are located in the Ft. Lauderdale area in South Florida.
DO YOU SHIP YOUR PUPPIES?
Yes, we do ship and have other options for the clients. We also have a "Nanny Service" which a Nanny will hand deliver your puppy. Call for details. We use Delta or Continental airlines. Puppies have food and water at all times while traveling. It's safe just like if you are traveling with the puppy under your seat. Puppies are seen by a Licensed Veterinarian before traveling.
IF I LIVE FAR HOW CAN I
RECEIVE MY PUPPY:
We have two methods:
1. We have a "Nanny Delivery Service" available for the special request. A nanny will accompany your pooch and hand deliver to you at the airport.
2. We send the puppies with Delta or Continental airlines. It is safe for puppies to fly because we ensure that they are eating well before their departure. Shipping is very easy and quick. We make the reservations and give the clients the date and time to pick the puppy up. It's just like if you are picking up a person at the airport. You need to present your driver's license and they hand the puppy to you. It is usually at the Baggage Department because they have a person to take care of the puppies. This all depends on the airport.
3. You can pick the puppy up from us or we can meet you at the airport.
DO YOU SHIP OUT OF THE COUNTRY?
Yes, we do ship puppies to other countries and Canada. Call us and we will check the laws where you live for the shipping paperwork. Some countries require for the puppy to have the rabies shots and for the seller to hold the puppy for a month after. Other countries do not have these restrictions. We are able to hold the puppy and do all the required paperwork for the clients. Please call for more information. We do not ship if there is a quarantine.
ARE PUPPIES REGISTERED?
Yes, the puppies are registered unless they are Designer Dogs. We use one of the following registries, CKC, APR, AKC and UAR. If you need the puppy to be registered with a specific registry it must be in writing on the sales agreement.
WHAT TYPE OF GUARANTEE DO PUPPIES HAVE?
Puppies have a 14 day viral guarantee on genetics, cold, sniffles, parasites. Puppies also have a one year genetic guarantee. Some of the things that this include are heart, legs, etc. All puppies have been checked by a Licensed Veterinarian and do have health certificates at the time of sale.
ONCE I RECEIVE MY PUPPY WHEN SHOULD I TAKE HIM/HER TO THE VETERINARIAN?
We kindly request clients to take the puppies to a veterinarian of their choice within 3 working days. All puppies have a health certificate from a license veterinarian but it's a good idea to get them checked again. If for any reason your veterinarian finds that the puppy should need medical care, please fax the veterinarian bills to our office for reimbursement on what is covered by the guarantee.
HOW OLD ARE THE PUPPIES AT THE TIME OF SALE?
Florida requires a puppy to be 8 weeks of age to be released by the seller. We also have puppies that are released when they are ready and that might be at 9, 10, 12 weeks old. On the very small teacups we might even hold them until they are 3 to 4 months of age. It's all about the puppy's well being and we ensure that they are eating well on their own and are safe to fly. Puppies are placed on the website when they are ready.
ARE MALES BETTER THAN FEMALE DOGS OR VICE VERSA?
No, one gender is not better than the other. Both genders should make great pets. One gender is not more affectionate than the other. Most puppies that receive love and attention should become great pets. Male dogs should not lift their legs on furniture if they are properly trained. We have puppy counselors qualified to provide you with training tips for your new pooch.
Please view the feeding instruction page for details: It is extremely important that your new puppy eats. Small breeds can't skip meals because their stomachs are very small at first. You can also give Nutrical- which is a paste that is high in sugar twice a day. Please do not give Nutrical any more than twice as it might make their stomach upset. Puppies should have fresh water at all times next to them. They should also have fresh food at all times for the first month or so. Please do not remove the food bowls. Puppies are not like adult dogs, they eat little bites every hour or so. Removing their bowl will result in hunger.
SMALL CHILDREN AND PUPPIES
If you properly train your child be gentle with the puppy it will be okay for them to play and handle the Dog. We recommend that you ask your child to sit on the floor to hold the puppy at first until the child gets accustomed to them. The reason for this is that some puppies suddenly jump out of the child's hands and they can get a head injury. If the child is on the floor this should not happen.
The first two weeks are very important for the new puppy. They are just like newborns and loud noises, children screaming and things of that nature will frighten your pooch. Please provide a quiet and safe environment for them. Ten (10) minutes of playtime for the puppy twice a day and they have to be placed back on their bed. Puppies should NOT be allowed under any circumstances to run for a long time. As this may cause their sugar to drop and have a sugar attack.
We recommend that you purchase a baby play pen and place the puppy inside. You can put the puppy's bed inside, food and water on the other end. Then you can place a "training pad" on the other side. This way you know that you have created a safe environment where your puppy is not stuck in a cage and has room to play. At the same time this will help you in training and housebreaking your puppy. Since the "training pads (wee wee pads)" will be inside, your puppy will figure out that's where he/she needs to go.
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