If I sign up today, when can I pick my puppy?
When we have a new litter of puppies, we don’t release them until they are picked by their owners. They will be put on our nursery page at that time, which is usually around 2.5 weeks old.
If you’re already signed up and wondering if you’ll get an offer on a certain litter, go here to see how this works. We always offer puppies in the order of your sign up date, but have no way of knowing which puppies (if any) would be available by the time we get to your name on the list.
If you’re signing up today, and you’re interested in a puppy that was just born, there is still a chance we will get through our waiting list and offer you a puppy from that litter, but more likely you’ll be able to get an offer from a litter on our upcoming litter list.
Most puppies are picked by families who have inquired, been approved, and have placed a deposit. It’s rare to see us have puppies “Available”. If we have any puppies that didn’t get picked, after we offer our waiting list, they will show up on our available page and usually only last a couple days before they are snatched up.
If you don’t want to give a deposit for an unborn puppy, we understand, but it’s unlikely you would be able to get a puppy from us.
We rarely have “Available” puppies. Our families inquire, get approved, then sign up and wait for their puppy to be born. Our average wait time to be offered a puppy is under one month. Read here for more info.
Because many families are waiting for a particular size, color, gender, or a certain date to pick a puppy, and because we have 3-4 litters per month in different parts of the country, our wait list moves VERY quickly. These estimated wait times are fairly accurate. For every litter we have, we typically get through our entire waiting list from the top to the bottom. So even if you’re #100, we’re almost always going to get to your name in the waiting list with every new litter that meets your size requirements.