Q: What are your hours? A: Our hours change with the hours of sunlight in a day, which means we are currently open from 11 A.M - 6:30 P.M. but will be open later as the days get longer.
Q: What do I need to know before visiting the farm? A: We ask all of our visitors to call and schedule an appointment, to bring $5 per person in cash or check, and also to wear closed-toed shoes (everyone who visits must step in a disinfectant to keep harmful diseases away from our kennel).
Q: Do you have any puppies available for sale? A: Our prime times of the year for selling puppies are around December/January, and around June/July. More information on the puppies can be found on the Adoption section of our website.
Q: What is the process for getting a puppy? A: We invite interested buyers to fill out the Puppy Contract form, then send it in along with a $500 security deposit to hold a place in line for any upcoming litters. On the contract, there is an option to write down preferred sires and dams (moms and dads). Buyers interested in finding out more about their potential puppy's parents can find out more on the Dams and Sires page, or by calling and making an appointment to meet the sires and dams in person. Once the puppies are ready to go home, buyers can make an appointment to pick out their puppy, and take it home that same day!
Q: How much are your puppies? A: We sell English cream litters at $1900 each, and American Golden litters at $1500 each. If an English cream dog is bred with an American Golden dog, we sell their puppies at the price of an American Golden.
Q: Are the adults up for adoption as well? A: Once we feel that our older dogs are ready for a home of their own, we do adopt them out to interested families. However, the list of those who are interested in an adult dog is extensive, so the waiting period for an adult is much longer than the waiting period for a puppy.
Q: Do the dogs get any type of health clearances or certifications? A: All of our dogs are registered under either AKC or CKC, and are also cleared by OFA certification standards for their hearts, eyes, hips, and elbows. We keep these clearances filed in our office, and you may request to see them at any time.