I have been questioned as to why my prices are higher than others.
I breed for quality, not for quantity. I did not buy cheap puppy mill dogs. I bought quality dogs from reputable breeders. I pair my males and my females to get the best features from each dog. I believe in the old, computer progammer term, GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) You cannot get good quality puppies unless you are breeding good quality dogs.
I am with my dogs constantly, tending them, cleaning up after them, playing with them, talking to them, socializing the puppies. I personally handle every puppy, every day from birth until they leave my home. My dogs are kept in full coat and every one of them is bathed and groomed weekly. For more information on how my puppies are raised see my ABOUT US page
Because I am with my dogs constantly, I know each dog's personality, their little quirks, their likes and their dislikes. I notice any changes in their behavior, if one is not feeling well.
The difference between my puppies and the cheap puppies is the same as the difference between a mass produced item and a hand made item. A lot more time and care goes into the hand made item. I personally attend to the whelping of every puppy, all hours of the day and night, weekends, holidays 24/7. I've missed weddings, birthday parties, graduations, and family reunions, ball games, dance recitals, if the dogs need me, I am with them.
When you buy a puppy from me, you get my support for life. I am available for questions and concerns after you get your puppy home. And if it happens that, for whatever reason, at some point, you can no longer care for your dog, you can return it, and I will find another good home for it. You do not have to turn it over to a shelter or a rescue, it can come back to me. READ my HEALTH GUARANTEE
So yes you can find cheaper puppies, and you can find some very expensive, poor quality, puppies, sold by some gimmick, teacup, micro mini, pocket puppy, purse babies, extreme baby face, etc. but they will be mass produced, not hand made.
I compare it to buying a car. You go to a car dealer and and there are Chevys and there are Cadillacs. Now there is absolutely nothing wrong with a Chevy. It will get you from point A to point B just like the Cadillac and they both have that "new puppy", I mean, "new car", smell. But you wouldn't expect them to sell you the Cadillac for the same price as the Chevy. Well some breeders, breed Cadillacs and some breed Chevys. I breed Cadillacs.