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We are not planning any litters for 2018.   We are going to focus on showing our dogs this year, pursuing titles in both conformation and obedience.  That means a lot of travel and training, and raising a litter requires a commitment to staying home with the puppies.  Look for us at dog shows in the Southeast in 2018, and check back late in the year for updates. 

We only breed occasionally.  When we have a litter our pups are raised in our family room and are well-loved and well-cared for members of our family.  They are sold with a spay/neuter contract and our full money-back health guarantee.  Both parents have received the health clearances required for Orthopedic Foundation of America (OFA) certification.

I send my puppies off with a collar and leash, a one-week supply of dog food, a blanket and a few toys, some pee pads, and a notebook with AKC registration, pedigree, health certification of the parents, the puppy's first exam results, shot records, and instructions about feeding, vaccinating, house training, grooming, supplies and training.