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Reserving Puppies, Deposits, Payments, Shipping 
 
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Reserving Your Puppy

To reserve a puppy a $200 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit is required. If you cannot pay this deposit via Paypal we will hold a puppy for 3 days (maximum) while waiting for your check or money order to arrive. Please call and talk to me BEFORE sending a deposit via PayPal. (843.347.9593)

Once you have reserved your puppy, you and I will keep in touch and will coordinate the shipping and other details for the puppy.

Deposits & Payment

We accept a $200 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit to hold a puppy and the balance is due by 6 weeks of age. For puppies purchased after they are 6 weeks old, payment in full is required at the time of reservation. Shipping is not included in the quoted price of the puppy on the Available Puppies page.

Shipping note: Puppies can only be shipped when temperature is above 45 degrees at the starting point and the destination. If there is an unexpected change in weather puppies may have to be kenneled overnight en route. There is an additional charge for this which the buyer will be responsible for. The best way to avoid this charge is to plan carefully and not rush a shipment on a questionable day. I will be happy to discuss this with you further.

Puppies must be paid for in advance. We accept cash, cashier's checks, wire payments, credit cards via Paypal, money orders or personal checks for final payment. If you make your final payment with a check your puppy will not be sent until your check clears.

Puppies are sold in the order of deposits received to hold. Remember, we get a large volume of e-mail about available puppies and there are sometimes several people that are interested in the same puppy. To be fair, the puppies will be sold to the first qualified person that sends a deposit to hold the puppy. NO puppy will be held without a deposit.

Getting from Here to There

There are numerous options for getting the pup from us to you.  Read more about it here.

 

Revised: 10/10/06.
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