We believe in maintaining high standards in our breeding program. Only healthy dogs with good temperaments, that have been health tested as recommended by the Whippet Health Foundation, and conform to the breed standard are bred. Puppies are whelped and raised in our home where they receive the socialization they need. We utilize the Puppy Culture program to give our puppies the best start possible. All puppies come with a health guarantee, have received their first shot, have been wormed following our protocol, and are vet checked when they go to their new homes. All companion puppies come with an AKC Limited Registration with a spay/neuter agreement. With the Limited Registration your dog can compete in all AKC events except conformation showing and your pet may not be bred. Show prospects may be available on a co-ownership agreement with Full Registration.
Our goal is to match each puppy to the very best home possible. If you are interested in a puppy please start by filling out our puppy application. It is a very important part of the process. It allows us to learn about you and your home and see how one of our puppies will fit into that home. At around 8 weeks we begin to evaluate our litters to determine the best fit for each puppy/home based on puppy temperament and personality, new owner goals, etc. Each puppy will go home with a puppy pack containing all health information, pedigree, breed information, and training & safety information. We also provide support and guidance to our new owners for the lifetime of your dog.
Working with a breeder can seem intimidating but it really is the best way to guarantee a happy healthy addition to your family. If you are looking for a pure bred dog you want a great example of the breed you admire. Breeders are the best resource. We love our breeds and are committed to maintaining their health and quality. Listed here you will find resources to help you through the process.
AKC Home Is Where The Dog Is Videos
Why Buy Your Next Puppy From A Show Breeder?
I Don't Want A Showdog; I Just Want A Pet
Why You Should Keep In Contact With Your Breeder
Puppy Proofing Tips For Your Home & Yard
How To Introduce Your Puppy To His New Home
Impact Of Exercise On Puppy Growth Plates
Puppies: How Much Exercise Is Too Much?
What Is The Best Age To Neuter Or Spay Your Dog?