2018 Spring litters (only one) are sold out, the ladies at Kelz are on strike and no one is cycling...these cold days must be getting to them!!! At this point(3/18) we are already looking at fall pups. Once we get warm weather, then they will all start, just watch and then I will pull my hair out!!! Mother nature is a real B- - - - -!!!!
If you are looking to purchase a pug puppy from us, please read the information below. It will hopefully answer many questions.
We only raise AKC registered pugs.
Dewclaws are removed. Puppies are only released to new owners after they are checked by my Veterinarian.
They are generally on solid food before placed at about 12 weeks of age. Some puppies must stay longer, it all depends on how well they are eating and their development. Every puppy is different. By this age they have had their Distemper vaccine and dewormed multiple times.
They are started on Heartgard (Ivermectin/pyrantel) and monthly flea control (Advantage, Advantix II or Frontline) prior to going to new homes.
All puppies are ID'd with Microchips and sold with a lifetime pre-paid transfer paperwork for their microchips.
You are given a complete health record and folder when you take your puppy home. Puppies sold as Companion animals, will have limited AKC Registration papers. This means they MUST be spayed or neutered per contract agreement. All litters are sired by AKC champions and several of our girls are also AKC champions. Companion / Pet puppies are $2200.00 (Fawns- female & male) $2400 (Blks female & male) Cheaper pet puppies can be found in your local newspaper but I'm sure the health testing, pedigree, looks and guarantee will not compare to ours. You get what you pay for. Show prospects are only available to established show breeders or if you are being mentored by a PDCA Mentor. We only sell puppies with open papers to people looking to show and breed for the betterment of the breed, not to produce puppies just for the pet market. Pricing for show prospect puppies is based on many factors and will be determined on a pup by pup basis.
We only sell puppies to people who understand purchasing a puppy is a lifetime comitment and understand the pug breed. We prefer to meet prospective puppy parents prior to taking their pups, and we do encourage you to come and meet us and our pugs, but understand that is not always possible which is why we ask you to fill out our puppy application. Mind you, planning ahead is the best way to acquire a puppy from us, that being said, if you are willing to wait for the next available puppy email us with some information about yourself, your family and your knowledge of the breed, we will give you an idea of when we may have a puppy available for you. We only produce at most 24 puppies a year and receive way more inquiry's than that, but we feel the quaility of our dogs and how our pups are raised speak for itself. Once you have been chosen / approved to purchase a puppy from a litter, we require a $500 deposit to reserve a puppy from a upcoming or available puppy. WE DO NOT SHIP PUPPIES & WE DO NOT KEEP A WAITING LIST. Deposit for puppies is $500.00 and does go towards the total purchase price. Deposits are only refundable per the deposit agreement.
We plan litters only to produce sound, bred to standard pups. We are currently working to CHIC certify all of our dogs by following health testing recommendations per the Pug Dog Club Of America and using Coefficient of inbreeding (COI) recommendations.
Recommended Health Testing
The Pug Dog Club of America supports the CHIC registry (Canine Health Information Center) and recommends all dogs used for breeding and exhibition be screened for health issues. To that end, the PDCA recommends the following tests:
CERF Eye Examination (every 3 years)
Pug Dog Encephalitis (PDE) - test for Necrotizing Meningoencephalitis
Our pugs have all been tested at UC Davis for NME AKA PDE and we only do "safe" breedings. More information on this can be found by clicking on the banner below:
It is also important to inquire how inbred a puppy is. You should inquire with the breeder what the Coefficient of inbreeding (COI) is for a given litter. This is a number where the higher the number, the more inbred the litter is. Currently the breed average COI is 6.2%. Puppies with a COI over 12.5% should be avoided. It is generally accepted that a COI is based off a 5 Generation pedigree, even better 10 generation. My database is currently allowing me to run COI percents on 5-6 generations, as I enter more pedigree's I should be able to run 10 gen COI.
Our dogs and puppies are raised on a combination of Royal Canin, Eukanuba & Purina Pro Plan.
All puppies are sold with a written Guarantee in accordance with the New York State General Business Law Article 35-D Sale of Dogs and Cats, and a contract.