# 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. 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 for the first four weeks. Pups are socialised every day & are raised in a very clean environment.
# Your puppy has been seen by a vet before you take it home.
# Your puppy will come with main register pedigree papers.
# We have no crazy or BS 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!
One of the biggest mistakes puppy buyers/owners are still making, is over excising their pups. Le’s cut to the chase, If you have 2-12 months old baby/child, would you walking around the block for an hr, NO, so why do it with your pup. STOP it now.
This is what one vet from NZ said.
‘No’ to repetition exercises
Probably the biggest cause of growth plate and soft tissue injury is repetitive exercise with a young puppy. So, until they are about 18 months old, long hikes and walks are out and lots of free-play sessions are in’.
Physical activity includes – training, playing fetch, running, playing with other dogs etc.
Enjoy your new puppy but remember, play it safe..