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2020 SUMMER LITTER PLANNED
|~Wonderful and loving family pet from Champion
Bloodlines - $1200 with AKC limited
~Puppies are sold by reservation and held only with a $200.00 deposit.
~Our dogs are available to approved homes only.
~Shipping - I have never shipped a puppy off alone , I would need to meet you first
~They are registered with AKC on Limited Registration / non breeding contract -- without exception.
~Up-to-date on all shots and wormed
~ Contract, requirements are for the proper care, health and safety of the dog.
~If for ANY reason, you must part with one of our dogs, at ANY age, we reserve first chance to get it back.
~If you would like to meet our dogs in person, visits to our home are welcomed, but are on an appointment only basis.
~Once we have received your questionnaire we will contact you about your application.
~An underground fence will not work. with an Alaskan malamute
~If you already have a male pet dog of any breed I recommend you NOT get a male pet Alaskan malamute but a female instead .
I recommended that no more than two dogs of opposite sex only ever be permitted to stay together unattended ( If you already have a male pet dog of any breed I recommend you NOT get a male pet Alaskan malamute). Malamutes are commonly known to injure or kill other small pets, such as cats, birds, rabbits, mice, rats, etc., simply due to their strong natural hunting instinct. Raising a puppy with a cat does not guarantee the cat's life-long safety.
~Family pet puppy - $1200.00 - Approved home only
|When you decide to add a puppy to your life,
you want to get a healthy puppy with
best chance for a long life, right?
are3 very important things to know
purchasing a puppy from a breeder:
1. Buying a purebred? Google "AKC (breed name)" and read about temperament, recommended pre-breeding health tests, etc. On the AKC page for the breed, scroll down and click the "health" tab to find the tests recommended before breeding.
2. Ask the breeder you're thinking of buying from to show you the test results for all of the recommended screenings on both parents. Bonus points if they can show you screening results on the grandparents and great-grandparents, too. If you find someone who has generations of health test results to show you, this is probably the person you want to deal with. This level of commitment to producing better dogs, not just more dogs, is the hallmark of a responsible breeder.
3. Put your credit card or checkbook away and back away slowly before turning to RUN away as fast as you can if they don't have any test results to show you. You do NOT want to purchase a puppy if the health tests haven't been done.