Adding a new puppy to your home is supposed to be a joyful event, both for prospective new families and for us as the breeders who have raised and loved each puppy, and now entrust our babies to you.
However, in today's world, as a puppy buyer, you may have concerns about scams and puppy mills. You may have heard advice that reputable breeders will invite you to visit, ensuring you get a healthy, home-raised puppy.
In the past, visiting breeders' homes and picking out a puppy that "bonded" with you was the norm. But times have changed. Parvo, a highly contagious and potentially deadly virus, has become rampant. Your "visit" could unknowingly introduce the virus to the breeder's home, endangering every puppy. Parvo can easily be tracked on clothing and shoes and can persist in the soil or concrete for years. It's important to conduct thorough research on Parvo to understand its risks.
There have been instances where both adults and children accidentally dropped puppies- we know of breeder's who have lost puppies this way. Imagine if you visited a breeder and held a puppy that fell or was injured. Would you be financially responsible for any resulting harm? That puppy was also a cherished member of the breeder's family, and the bond between the mother dog and her puppy, as well as the bond between the breeder's dog and our puppies, cannot be easily replaced.
Safety is a major concern for both ourselves, our families, and our puppies. Consider whether you would allow a stranger into your home, use your bathroom, or explore your children's bedrooms. If you possessed something valuable, such as diamonds, would you invite people into your home, granting them knowledge of their exact location? Sadly, many breeders and their families have experienced robberies and even loss of life. Puppies and adult dogs have been stolen as well. As mothers, we simply cannot risk the safety of our families.
The Covid-19 pandemic served as a wake-up call for us and many others. It highlighted the importance of keeping our families and yours safe. While Covid-19 may have been a specific example, the possibility of future epidemics remains. Ensuring the well-being of our families and your family is our top priority.
In light of these concerns, we have adapted our breeding practices to prioritize the health and safety of everyone involved. We encourage you to engage in open communication with us, ask questions, and seek references from other satisfied puppy buyers. Together, we can ensure that you bring home a healthy, happy puppy, while also protecting the well-being of all parties involved.
We take the time to build a relationship with prospective new families.... Not only to make a great match for each of our puppies but for the safety of our families and puppy buyers alike.
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