Please take a minute to fill out the questions below to help us in the puppy placing process. This information will help us determine if one of our puppies will potentially be a good fit for your family. Also, please take the time at the end to ask any questions you may have for us to help you decide if one of our puppies is a good fit for you. Just as every puppy family has different needs, every puppy does as well and our top priority is placing puppies in the best homes possible, not only for our puppies sake but for puppy families as well.
This application is the first step in purchasing one of our puppies. Upon receipt of this application we can chat and if you'd like to go ahead with reserving a puppy we will then email you our contract and information on placing a deposit. No puppies are considered reserved until a deposit is placed.
The total adoption fee for a puppy is $1,600. A non-refundable deposit of $200 will hold your puppy until he/she is ready to go home. Deposits can be made via Venmo or Zelle. The remaining balance is due in cash when you pick your puppy up.
Our puppies have been well loved and nurtured from the very beginning. They are born and raised in our home with our kids and other pets and very well socialized. Puppies are dewormed several times between 2 and 8 weeks of age, they will have their first set of vaccinations, and are vet checked. We start introducing potty training around 5 weeks of age by taking the puppies outside a couple times a day.
Gollie puppies really are the best of both worlds; the sweet laid back, loyal disposition of the Golden and the intelligence and obedience of the Collie. Blending these two breeds you are getting a very intelligent, eager to please, loyal companion. These puppies are mild mannered and are great family dogs. Their eagerness to please make them super easy to train.
Haylee, mom to the litter, is my daughters purebred sable rough Collie. She is smart as a whip and super loving. Wyatt, dad to the pups, is our purebred English Golden Retriever imported from Ukraine. Wyatt is the most people oriented dog I have ever met and loves meeting new friends everywhere he goes. He is the epitome of what a Golden Retriever should be, loving, loyal to a fault, friendly, happy go lucky, playful. These puppies have inherited the best qualities from both their parents.