We take pride in knowing personally that all of our breeders are raising their pets in a legal and healthy manner, in an appropriate and clean environment. We do not support puppy mills or any other hazardous and unlawful environments for animals to be in, each pet deserves the best care it can recieve and we take the utmost care to make sure the pets you purchase here are in positive enviornments that reflect our values. We check all paperwork to make sure it is in proper order and certified by contacting the USDA. When visiting the locations, we walk the kennel area and check on all pets present. As well as inspections, we also take inventory of each pet on our website, and photographs and videos are taken of each individual as well, so you can confirm that the exact puppy you want is healthy and happy, and don’t have to worry about mix ups with other pets in the litter.
Every kennel is inspected regularly and through a specific set of rules, which ensure not only us but also you, that each kennel is clear of clutter and other debri (trash), the grounds are mowed and kept free of hazards, and the building is in good repair and contains a controlled, positive environment. The kennel must be maintained with minimal odors, drafts, ammonia levels, and condensation. All waste must be readily eliminated to reduce risks of contamination and disease. Each dog needs to be groomed properly and be presentable to the buyers at any time, nails trimmed, and their ears and teeth kept clean. The kennel is to be clear of rust, sharp edges, and chewed surfaces. All surfaces must be kept sanitary and lighting and temperature is to be correctly maintained. Food is to be kept in a manner that prevents spoiling and contamination, and all medication should be stored according to their recommendations. If any injuries are to occur they are to be kept in the dog’s indivual file and accurately recorded, including vaccine protocal. All puppies are to be regularly socialized so that they are happy, friendly, and playful. Each pet should be on an excersize schedule that reflects the needs for that specific breed. All pets should be grouped properly and not in overcrowded areas, and any pets with agressive behavior should be housed seperately.