1) You can make payments through paypal (4.0% paypal fee assesed for using service)
3) Personal check If you are paying by personal check, an e-check, or have an unverified paypal account, please allow time for the payment to clear before pickup of puppy at our Kennel. If you arrive to pick up your puppy with an uncleared check, or personal check, you will NOT be able to take your puppy home until the check has cleared, typically 5 days. NO EXCEPTIONS! If paying by check or money order, use the address on bottom of page. If you have a paypal account you can send payment to our email address: email@example.com (4.0% service charge must be included, (No Paypal fees are required for deposit sent by paypal)
Puppy Pickup When the puppy is old enough for re-homing, please schedule days that are conveinient for you to pick up your puppy with us. We would like minimum of 2 days notice. Aso please give us an hours advance notice of your arrival so we can freshly groom your puppy.
Due to new USDA regulations, requirements and fees, we can no longer offer shipping. We can not and will not deliver puppies. They must be picked up at our facility. We have decided on this policy in order to keep our puppy prices reasonable and not to increase our prices to defray the onerous regulations surrounding the shipment of animals.
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By reserving and adopting a puppy from us, you certify that you have read, understand, and agree to our policies in the adoption process. View Policies
To ensure that all our animals all receive extraordinary care, we are Licensed and Inspected by the Iowa Dept of Agriculture, the American Kennel Club and Fredericksburg Vet Clinic (Supervising Vet).
All of our puppies have an optional microchip ID for identification and to determine origin. We will always take back any of our puppies if ever unwanted or abandoned, no questions asked. Dogs Are Man's Best Friend.Can you make a commitment to be your dog's best friend for a lifetime? Please readeditorialHow Could You