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Our mission started in a class project by one of our children on how we can help make a difference in the world. So we created our program for huskies. Our mission is to bring affordability and families with home bred puppies to new puppy friendly homes. We are proud to be a part of the solution in the elimination of puppy mills and the mistreatment of puppies in stores. We strive to be the preferred solution. We are a cost sharing program, meaning, all the rehoming fees are based on the costs associated with that litter and to maintain our programs. Disclaimer: This is a family owned and run program. The proceeds go to continuing the program and its future growth. We are not provided grants or government funding, nor do we accept public assistance or donations for this program. We are a group of breeders working together to fight for a cause. We believe that animals deserve better and a better chance than what they are being given at stores. We are very proud of this program and will continue our best to provide affordable puppies to families. We simply incur reimbursement of what the litter cost us. This is a program/hobby run by a family and their children, it is not a business enterprise at this time.
As our future goals for the program are being achieved, we plan to build a facility to train golden retrievers to become service dogs for children with disabilities. Add an answer to this item.
We have been breeding dogs for over 9 years.
We believe in breeding healthy and happy dogs with excellent temperaments in a family setting environment.
No, we only do onsite transactions.
Yes, every litter varies, depending on the litter size and the costs associated with the parents and puppies along with special features. We try to update this as frequently as we can. Presently, as of 07/2023, it ranges on Avg. $1850 through $2250 for Golden Retriever Pups. A nonrefundable deposit will be needed for puppies to be placed on reserve. Also, due to the dramatic increase in vet costs and puppy supplies we had to increase our rates as well. Unfortunately, its been affecting everyone in the pet industry across the board.
Unfortunately, we shut down our rescue program as of March 2021. Although, the intentions are always to do good, we have faced too many unforeseen obstacles that made it difficult for us to continue with this program.
Yes, we provide a 6 months health guarantee from genetic and hereditary defects. In addition, we also follow the states 14 days puppy lemon law for illnesses, death or injury derived from our facility. We also assist with additional medications if needed within the 14 day window if medication becomes necessary. Please note, all this is provided in writing. If there is an issue related to the above, your options are to return for full refund or trade or vet reimbursement (limited to purchase price). It is important to follow this contractual agreement. It has become a habit that people overlook the health guarantee conditions and wait until after their guarantee expires to make necessary decisions. Please make sure to follow your health guarantee in order to take advantage of its reimbursement benefits. Once it expires, we are no longer responsible. We do state that your health guarantee for the 14 days period will be void, if your puppy is brought outside prior to all its shots. This action is a deliberate disregard to the health and safety of your puppy and we should not be held responsible for owner negligence
Unfortunately, we do not. We only offer local pick up. Many from out of state have made the trip to pick up a puppy from us. However, do to uncertainty and the increasing levels of fraudulent activity within the puppy industry, we do not ship or allow purchases without a scheduled in-person visit and screening. As of 2024 we will be providing puppy transport services for a fee.
Unfortunately, we no longer offer this feature to reserve online. We believe that it is important to come in person to determine which puppy is right for you. We found that out of state fraudsters reserve online and then cancel payments after receiving the puppy. Thus, we no longer provide this program. Of course, its a few sour apples that ruin it for the rest of us. The purpose of the reserve is for me to hold the puppy up to the 8 weeks of age. As a result, we hold the puppy from being seen by any other families. This makes the puppy lose opportunities with other families and finding it a proper home, for this type of reserve, it is non-refundable reserve deposit. Reserving is for serious and committed pet owners who will come and pick up the puppy on said date. If the puppy is not picked up and/or its rehoming fee is not paid in full by that 8 week date, the reserve is lifted and the reserve deposit is forfeited. The puppy will go to another family on the waiting list. No shows on pick up date automatically lose the deposit as well. It is important to reserve a puppy only if you are seriously committed to acquiring the puppy on their 8 week date. As a puppy ages week by week, after the 8 week mark, they become less and less desirable and have less odds at finding them a proper home. It also makes it difficult to cover our costs in the program and run the program as a result. Its incredibly inconsiderate to reserve a puppy and not picked up, placing the puppy and myself in a bad predicament. I strongly recommend only serious acquirers to reserve. All puppies are not refundable unless it is relating to the health guarantee.
When we are out of puppies, we normally allow people to add to the waiting list. Normally, we respond to limited inquiries, not pertaining to the waiting list. However, most waiting list requests receive responses when we have information to give, response time varies due to the high volume. Due to the high volume of calls and requests. We respond when we have information to give. Please refer to our main page for the most up to date information.
Prepare a list of supplies to get from the puppy store (such as treats, training pads, crate, collar and leash. Get a book about the bred you just brought home is vital to understanding your puppy's needs. Understand that puppies are like babies, they require a lot of attention, maintenance and patience, in the first few months of life. Do not give up, things will get better, the key is to stay consistent. Also, schedule a vet visit right away, it is important that nothing is left overlooked. Please understand, puppies are new to everything around them in the first few weeks in your home. A new environment is very stressful, please make sure not to overstimulate or attempt to over stimulate a puppy. If signs of stress appear, diarrhea, crying or excessive shyness, give them space with a quite room with less activity from your home to give them the time to adjust. Some puppies adapt better than others. However, it is important to be mindful of these things to make the transition process smooth for all types of puppy personalities. Patience and understanding is key.
Puppies are like people, new environment with strangers is very stressful. Stressed puppies have a tendency to display this by having diarrhea. You should also expect that once a puppy is separated from its litter it will cry, especially at night. To reduce the hard nights. Try to have the puppy sleep in close proximity to you. They need to feel that you are their new family and will protect them. Puppies are also expected to have many accidents in the home. Please obtain a book about the breed you have acquired in order to properly train and understand them.
Potty training a puppy is very challenging and requires a lot of patience and care. Many people give up way too quickly. With time and consistency, your puppy will learn. They follow your lead. Make sure to give them a treat when they do the right thing (Petting them and praising "good potty" is very useful and a stern "bad potty" not when they do it wrong. Always take puppies out more often than adult dogs. They are still learning to control their bowels and bladder. Puppies also drink more fluids as they are growing.
All sales are final and non-refundable. We do provide a health guarantee with details outlined by New York State Law. Per the health guarantee, A puppy acquired from us, needs to be seen by a licensed Veterinarian within the first 10 days to enforce your rights within the state. We recommend that all puppies be scheduled to see a visit with 24 hours of acquiring from our premises. This will ensure clarity if the puppy becomes ill in the future. We can rule out where it started and where it came from. If a puppy is determined to be ill by a licensed veterinarian, the new owner has one of three options per NYS, return the puppy and receive a full refund of funds or replace the puppy with another available puppy of equal value (if available) or keep the puppy, and you are entitled to vet reimbursement fees up to the amount you paid. We normally do not recommend the last option if the illness is severe in nature. Only one of the three options can be selected. An agreement acknowledging awareness of these statutes must be signed and provided prior to taking the puppy. We do provide a 6 months to one year grace period of returns with genetic defects if any, or other serious health issues Not disclosed in their health certificates. Parasites, lice, ticks and diarrhea, frequent urinating and bowl movements does not constitute as a genetic defect or serious health issue. All puppies are the responsibility of the new owner after 8 weeks of age. Vet visits and payments, supplies are part of owning a puppy. All puppies are sold as is and are provided with a health report. A health certificate is provided upon the puppy leaving us. If this is provided, it confirms that the puppy was cleared by a vet and was of perfectly healthy upon transfer of possession. If you cannot keep the puppy, we can take the puppy and find it a new home for you. However, please note that NYS does have a puppy lemon law and retained testicles and parasites do not qualify under the lemon laws. Any puppies we offer is already at a discounted price and cannot be reduced any further. On special exceptions, we can guide the new owner in finding another proper home for their puppy, if it does not work out. However, if surrendered back to us, we cannot provide a refund. The pup will be listed as an adoption. All new owners will have to sign an agreement to return said pup or transfer ownership as a gift or adoption to someone else. We do not recommend resales on an individual level due to state rules.
Our puppies are vet checked for health and wellness. A Copy of the Vet's results will also be provided at the time of visit and pick up of the puppy. The puppies are also dewormed and given their first set of shots. We also give vitamin samples, food, and wee wee pad. Please note: In order to providing this discounted price, is a result to our decision in no longer giving out the breeding rights of our dogs. In order to avoid our puppies from ending up being irresponsibly breed and from ending in a puppy mill and/or puppy store. Presently, we are not a listed as a breeder in AKC and are in the process of re-enrolling soon due to customer confusion. There is a misconception out there that if you are not part of this "club" then you can't be a good breeder. This mentality is false and very heavily misleading many online. Club's do not have oversight over breeders and although they claim to inspect breeders locations, they never inspected ours in the past, prior to listing us. Presently, all the parents within our program and follow breeders are registered and members of AKC. However, we do not list ourselves within the AKC directory at this time.) Due to the rise in scammers impersonating us, we also don't give our parents information out online. We can show it upon request onsite. However, to protect our privacy and ownership of our animals, we do not provide copies of it or link to our testing's anymore. This form of free information online has placed our program in jeopardy in the past. For show dogs or performance dogs we may provide an exception. Results may vary based on certain litters. We also provide a bag of puppy food for the first few days. All puppies come with a 6 months to 1 year genetic health guarantee. Anyone who wishes to have a puppy from our registered litters will have to add to a special waiting list.
To obtain our puppies AKC certfications for your puppy and breeding rights, you will need to be added to our special waiting list. Please add to waitlist tab and specifically request to be added to the AKC registered litter's waiting list. Presently, the average wait time is 6 months to 1 year on that waiting list. Those litters also do not make it to the website often. To also be a part of that waiting list, there is a $500 non-refundable deposit to be a part of that waiting list. A copy of the parents OFA testings and information are attached. The average price for these pups are $2600 to $3200.
Currently we do not. Due to the large nature of credit card scams, we now only due Cash, Zelle, Cash App and Venmo.
If at any point you are unable to make it to your scheduled visit, please contact us right away to reschedule. Any person(s) who do not show up to their scheduled appointment and does not call to cancel will not be permitted to reschedule. A lot of preparation is involved and we have a packed schedule, it is extremely inconsiderate to not show up and not call. This type of behavior is rude, unprofessional, and demonstrations inconsideration and responsibility. Your appointment is also a way for us to see if you are responsible enough to take on another life. And so, in the event a no show occurs, we have made the determination to not work with such individuals in the future.
All applicants are under review from the start of the process to finish. A puppy is a major responsibility. How one conducts themselves says a great deal. If we don't feel comfortable, we reserve the right to refuse a given person an animal if we deem that person unfit.
It is important to note, that the puppy process is not an easy one and is expensive. A puppy is like an unexperienced child in a world they don't understand the expectation of them. It is important to consistently show them what is expected of them. In time, they can change their behavior as they grow and becomes acclimated within a new environment and its habitants. Like a child, if they are not properly taught, they will develop bad behaviors and/or tendencies. Disciplining an animal is not an easy task and must be done properly and consistently. However, if an owner feels the challenge becomes too great, hiring a professional trainer will become necessary. Sooner rather than later is best. Don't wait until its too late to fix. As we have stated previously, a puppy and its up keeping is a very costly endeavor. If an owner is not able to afford the potential upcoming disciplinary challenges that may arise during its youth, we strongly recommend to not acquire a puppy at this time. Also, trainers have a tendency to blame everything on genetics. Just for clarity, there is no such disorder that is genetically tested to determine behavioral traits during the OFA or Any other genetic testing panel. The parents pass their personality traits to their children. Predominately the mother's personality. As puppies grow we socialize them with our family and monitor their behaviors for abnormalities and if necessary assist in guiding our puppies as they grow within our care. Periodically, we get requests for us to pay for an extravagant rug or a sofa that the new owner's puppy damaged. Once you purchase this puppy, he or she is yours and your sole responsibility. You the buyer, become fully responsible for the actions of your puppy upon the date of purchase. We cannot guarantee, their behavior to be a certain way to anyone's liking. They have a mind of their own and will react accordingly to their new environments. If you do not properly and consistently train your puppy, the consequences of those actions are on the owner, NOT the breeder. Any damages your puppy does is the responsibility of the owner on record. again, NOT the breeder. We cannot control what the owner does or the puppy once they leave our premises.
We used to do Siberian Huskies, however, presently we only do pure breed Golden Retrievers. This decision was not an easy one.