I currently have no puppies available. The next expected litter is tentatively planned for the end of Summer of 2019, making puppies available between Thanksgiving and Christmas of 2019.
Please contact us to be added to our Wishlist. This is a list of families we’ll notify when puppies are born. This won’t guarantee any sort of spot in line or reserve a pup (that would be a deposit; see below), but it will guarantee you received a “pupdate” email notifying you that puppies have arrived will be available for adoption. You can reach out if you have further interest.
To reserve your puppy, 3 things are needed:
(1)–read the Collie Contract on this page
(2)–contact us describing why you want a collie, your experience with dogs or understanding of the collie breed, and your puppy’s potential living situation (house, fenced yard, or anything similar)
(3)–a non-refundable deposit of $250. The deposit will reserve the next available puppy of your choice and goes toward the overall price of your puppy. It is nonrefundable because we often schedule breeding around shown interest. It’s also a demonstration of commitment that tells us to no longer line up potential homes for a specific pup. Contact us if you’d like to place a deposit and we can do this through cash, check PayPal (extra fee will apply), or Venmo. The remaining balance is due before or upon adoption.
**PLEASE READ BELOW**
The contract below is written primarily to protect the puppies, but it also protects the Buyer and the Breeder. It specifies what the Breeder and Buyer contract to provide.
Puppies can go to their new homes starting at 8 weeks old assuming they are fully weaned. Aided by their bloodlines of distinguished, health tested, shown and titled collies, you contract to purchase a pup bred specifically for temperament, health, AKC standard, and improvement of the breed that will come with:
- a Snow Collie 5 generation pedigree chart
- first set of shots and deworming
- documentation of vet examination
- a health guarantee (see Contract)
- an AKC limited, or “pet,” registration with the agreement to spay/neuter the dog (see Contract)
To download a copy of a Collie Contract, click “Download” below.
Page updated: 12/29/2018