We are constantly evaluating and re-evaluating our dogs for potential show / breeding stock. I often keep one or two pups from a litter, to grow up a bit and see how they turn out. But in order to keep numbers down, and to be very selective about what is bred, I cannot keep them all. So once or twice every year I will have older puppies or young adults available for placement. I also now place almost all of my girls after they are done breeding.
These dogs are always fully vaccinated and microchipped, crate trained and at least partially house trained. They are also well socialized with people, cats, and other dogs. Good on the leash, and well mannered. The cost varies with age, but if they are young and do not have any health issues, the cost is usually about the same as a baby puppy.
To adopt one of the older girls that is retiring, there is usually only a minimal cost, sometimes none at all, depending on age. The girls that are retiring will all be spayed, have blood work and teeth cleaning if needed, and be current on all vaccines before they go to their new homes.
I have two girls that will be retiring this fall. Both are Fox red in color. One is 4 years old and one is 6 years old. Both very healthy and sweet. Inquiries welcome.
Call Laura at 360-978-4742 or 360-731-9017
Email for inquiries to email@example.com