# Your puppy comes from best possible lines, and will be fit and healthy.
# We guarantee all our puppies against hip/elbow displaysia for up to 1 year of age providing you follow our guidelines in raising your pup. (conditions apply) Diet & how you bring your pup up is most important, see article at very bottom, you made an investment in your pup so why feed it supermarket food?
# All our puppies will be micro-chipped,
# Wormed 4 times starting at 2 weeks old,
# Vaccinated before they go to their new homes,
# Puppies raised inside our home, we have vet references and past costumer’s references available, pups are socialised every day & are raised in a very clean environment. (see our testimonial page) also see our premises and where & how the pups are raised.
# Your puppy has been seen by a vet before you take it home.
# Your puppy will come with either full register or limited registration papers.
# We have no crazy or bullshit contracts but ask if for whatever reason if you cannot keep your puppy we welcome the opportunity purchase him/her back.
# 24/7 Support we are HERE for you.
# You will be supplied with a puppy diet sheet/care of what to feed and what your puppy has been raised on, which is an all NATURAL RAW diet for optimal health.
# Plus more.
For us its about matching the right pup to the right owner.
IMPORTANT part of bringing your pup up.
This is an X-ray of a 2 week old puppy.
Look at how far the bones have to grow before they become a proper bony joint! This is why you should never let puppies jump, walk up/down stairs, over exercise or over train. Doing too much impact activity at a young age will cause serious issues later in life, or even at a young age as hip dysplasia and other orthopaedic conditions are rising in puppies!
Remember the puppy rule for every month increase activity by 5 minuets! For example an 8 week old puppy only needs 5-10 minutes physical activity a day – 6 month old only needs up to 30 minutes a day of physical activity!!
Physical activity includes – going for a short walk once pup is old enough, training, playing fetch, running, playing with other dogs etc.
Enjoy your new puppy but remember you wouldn’t make a 6 month old baby run a mile a day so don’t make your puppy either!