FAQ

FAQ

Q: Will my puppy be registered?

A: All of our puppies can be registered thru the AKC or the AKC’s Canine Partners. The registration process will automatically be started at the time of purchase.

What does it mean to have a registered puppy?

A: Buying a registered, purebred puppy means that its family tree is documented as being exclusively one breed. Buying a registered dog does not necessarily mean that the dog will be healthier than a non-registered dog. It means that its parents are of the same breed and that the dog comes from a purebred line. AKC (American Kennel Club) is the most familiar purebred dog registry in the country. There are several other dog registries such as ACA, APR, UKC that also register purebred dogs.

Q: Will my puppy be microchipped?

A: The microchip registration will begin at the time of purchase. It is extremely important to register your puppies microchip. If your puppy should ever become lost, there is a good chance that your puppy will be recovered if it has a registered microchip. In a pets lifetime, one out of three will become lost. Without enrollment registration and identification about ninety percent will not be recovered.

Q: What breeds are best for people who have allergies?

A: People who have allergies should consider dogs that shed very little. Breeds to consider are: Bichon Frise, Maltese, Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle, Miniature Schnauzer, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, Shih Tzu, and mixes of these types