FAQs AND COMMON QUESTIONS
* DEPOSITS FOR FUTURE PUPPIES *
How deposits work…
It can take anywhere from 4 – 12 months from the time a deposit is accepted, to the take home date for a new puppy. Deposits are accepted with the understanding of this time frame. When a litter is due, by ORDER OF DEPOSIT, each depositor will be contacted when the new litter is a few weeks old so that the depositor can decide if this is a good time to bring a new puppy home. There is no ‘set litter’ for each depositor, as it can not be predicted how many puppies/gender will be born per litter or how many deposits are received. Deposits are NON REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CONDITIONS, but can be transferred to the next “available” litter. Deposits come in on a regular basis, so when transferring to the next available litter, this does not guarantee a set position on any given litter of puppies. Due to the outside influences that can be carried in on clothing, shoes and the like, puppies will only be viewed by photographs until they reach 8 weeks of age. If there is a request to see individual photos of the puppies, individual photos will not be provided until the puppies reach 7 weeks of age. Newborn and up to 6 weeks of age puppies will be posted in group photos, either on this website or on Facebook
Contract and Spay and Neuter Policy
All puppies are sold with a spay and neuter policy. For more details on the contract, you may request a copy to read via email.
THE MOST DANGEROUS PET CHEW EVER: RAWHIDE!
How can one of the most popular chew sticks on the planet be so dangerous for your pets, you ask?
I mean, most dogs chew on rawhide for hours on end, and not only does it keep them busy, but they seem to last forever.
Well if you understood what it took to make this toxic “raw” leather stick, you would quickly understand what the problem is:
The most dangerous pet chew ever created: Rawhide!Full writeup on rawhide: https://www.facebook.com/PlanetPaws.ca/photos/a.114414471966777.19590.112437898831101/883417478399802/?type=3&theater
Posted by Planet Paws on Friday, December 30, 2016