A PROMISE FROM ME TO YOU:
To always be honest with you! I take this very seriously! I have NOTHING to gain by being dishonest, but everything to LOSE! I will be there for you while you are waiting for your puppy, to answer any questions you may have at anytime by phone or email. To remain available to you after you receive your puppy and throughout its entire life. I want the very best homes for my puppies and it is my PLEASURE, and my JOB as a breeder to help you every step of the way!! Don't ever forget that; and don't ever think you are bothering me! It is not possible to bother me with Cavaliers. :)
What you will get...
- Puppies will have been dewormed, a full exam will be done by a licensed Veterinarian, and up to date on vaccinations for the age of the puppy.
- You will receive all health records, vaccinations that were given, when they are due again, brochures, and puppy training manuals.
- You will receive a 2 year health guarantee. (See Contract for details).
- All puppies are AKC registrable and sold on Limited registration. Meaning spay/neuter contract, limited showing.
- Gift bag full of goodies for your new little one.
- A weekly photo while you are waiting for your puppy. Visiting your puppy begins at 6 weeks of age typically. This is a fun age to visit, puppies are ready to show off for you.
- Introduction to potty training.
- Introduction to crate training, at 6 weeks I begin introducing the crate. I put the crate in their play area without the door, letting them go in and out of it at their leisure. Once the puppies reach close to 8 weeks I begin taking them up in my room to let them sleep in a crate at night. The reason I do this is to help the sleeping process when you bring your puppy home. It is important to me that you get a good nice rest. Believe me, I remember those long nights of crying! I want to prevent that as much as possible for you and the puppy. You will be very busy training during the daytime and need a good nights rest. It is also easier on the puppies if they start this process with me, they know me and trust me. It makes coming home a much more pleasant experience for both you and puppy!
- Of course your new little one will come to you, healthy, pre-spoiled, well socialized, tail wagging, and loved dearly!
Things you may want to get for your new arrival...
- A puppy crate, this is good for crate training your new little one as their bladders have not fully developed. It also provides a safe place for them when you are unable to keep your eye on them. I like to start them out in a crate similar to the one in the picture below, it feels safe to them. It needs to be small until they are trained, big enough to stand and turn around in. If the crate is too big they will have an accident in it. Typically at first they will need the small crate and graduate to a bigger one as they grow. I am happy to lend out my small crates if you just want to purchase the next size up. I recommend getting this from Walmart as they are way more affordable.
- Plenty of chew toys! I recommend the small Kongs, small puppy teethers, and stuffed toys are fine until they are older, as they get older they want to rip and eat them.
- A nice comfortable bed, typically flat with small sides. Not too big or fluffy as it can encourage some undesirable behaviors.
- A food and water dish that is not too wide as their ears like to fall inside the dish while eating and get messy. Glass is recommended for health and fresher water. I recommend shopping at TJ Maxx for some great beds, dishes, and toys. They have great prices and really cute things.
- "Natures Miracle", is great for cleaning up accidents in the house.
- Gentle shampoo and conditioner, toothbrush, brush, and metal comb for their ears.
- A collar with a identification tag, leash and harness for walking (harness for walking will be once they are done with vaccines, typically a small size). I recommend the adjustable snap buckle collars because nothing hangs down for them to chew on. They will need the small size 8-12 inches, it will grow with them until they are in the small size 10-14.
- Treats aren't necessary at the beginning as they can upset their delicate stomaches. I use their puppy kibble for training.
- I recommend getting them micro-chipped from your veterinarian for permanent identification once they get a little older and start venturing in your yard more.
From our heart to yours. :)