The prices of the puppies will range depending on European percentage. The range is between $2,000 and $3,000 depending on their European percentage as well as unique markings. We sell limited and full registration. To be on our wait list for an upcoming litter is $100. That goes toward the price of the puppy. An additional $400 is due after the puppies are born and we are confident that we will have a puppy availabe from that litter.
We do offer shipping. Air shipping is available. We use a company out of Missouri, called Airbound Pets that handles booking the flights and getting the puppies to the airport. They will fly out of St. Louis airport in Missouri. Most puppies can ship to any major airport in the United States for $420.00.
Ground shipping is available as well. We have a few options on ground shipping. Prices are determined by transporter. If this is the option you choose, I can get a quote from the shipper to help you decide for sure. The companies we have used, offer real time tracking and send updates and pictures of the puppy.
When you decide that you want to purchase a puppy, we will ask for a $500 non refundable deposit to hold your puppy. All deposits are non refundable so please make sure you are ready for a puppy. We accept Venmo, Cash-App, Zelle, check or money order for the deposit. The balance will be due at pick up in cash or any of the previous payment options listed for the deposit. If your puppy is flying, the balance as well as flight costs will be due in the form of check or money order or any of the previous mentioned payments. 1 week before the scheduled flight. If payment is not received, the flight will be rescheduled.
Yes, our dogs have all undergone genetic testing by Paw Print Genetics. They are tested for: Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (Basset Hound Type), Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Disease, X-Linked (Basset Hound Type), and Thrombopathia (Basset Hound Type). All of our dogs are cleared and documentation can be provided.
Interpretation: Molecular genetic analysis was performed for three specific mutations reported to be associated with disease in dogs. We identified two normal copies of the DNA sequences in three mutations tested. Thus, this dog is not at an increased risk for the diseases associated with these three mutations. Recommendations: No mutations were identified. Thus, this dog is not at an increased risk for the diseases caused by or associated with the mutations tested. Because this dog is "clear" of these mutations, this dog will only pass the normal genes on to its offspring. Normal results do not exclude inherited mutations not tested in these or other genes that may cause medical problems or may be passed on to offspring. Paw Print Genetics® has genetic counseling available to you at no additional charge to answer any questions about these test results, their implications and potential outcomes in breeding this dog. Helen F Smith, PhD Associate Laboratory Director Christina J Ramirez, Ph