plan to pick your puppy up in person, or take advantage of our personal
Delivery Service to the San Francisco Bay Area or the LA/OC area.
We're sorry, but we do not ship our puppies. However, because so many
of our puppies find their permanent homes in either the Los
Angeles/Orange County area or the San Francisco Bay Area, we are
usually able to offer a personal delivery of your puppy to a
predetermined spot in one of these two vicinities. A minimum delivery
fee of $150, dependent on your location, will be charged. Delivery fee
and location will be discussed and decided upon prior to delivery. (We
try to make it as convenient for you as possible, although we do not go
any further south than Orange County. San Diego residents are welcome
to come meet us there.) There must be at least two puppies traveling in
order for a delivery to be offered; otherwise, you will need to come
pick your puppy up or make special arrangements with us.
The "go-home" day is a stressful time for a young puppy, as they leave behind everyone and everything familiar to them. We
have found that traveling with siblings (to a delivery site) is much
less stressful for most pups than traveling alone. They are able to
curl up together and find comfort snuggling with one another. Most of
the time they will sleep the majority of the car ride! When traveling
alone, they will often cry most of the way.
Door-to-door delivery may be available for an additional charge ($300
minimum -- price dependent upon location. Please ask for more details
If you live out of state and absolutely cannot pick your puppy up in
person from our home or one of our convenient delivery locations,
please contact us. It may be possible to arrange for a special personal
delivery of your puppy to your area. This will be decided upon on an
individual basis, and the delivery fee would be calculated accordingly.
(Minimum cost of this service is $450-$650.)
Please note that a $25/day boarding fee will be charged for puppies
remaining here after their "go home" date at 8 weeks. We strongly
encourage all puppies to go home when their littermates leave. It is
very hard on a puppy to remain behind after all its siblings are gone.
In addition, this is a key time for bonding and socialization in the
life of a young pup.