F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions)
We do not offer payment plans. Full payment is required.
FORMS OF PAYMENTS ACCEPTED
We only accept cash, Zelle, CashApp and Venmo.
DEPOSIT & HOLDING A PUPPY
Deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE. Placing a deposit is the only way to secure a puppy from being sold to someone else. If you have the intention to adopt a puppy from us and you don't place a deposit, that puppy can and will be sold if another customer places a deposit. The amount of the deposit is $500-$1,000 depending on the specific puppy. Deposits will only be accepted in the form of cash, Zelle payment, CashApp payment and Venmo.
We offer private pet Nanny transportation services to safely hand deliver your new baby to your nearest international airport for an additional cost determined by location. 100% of the balance must be paid a minimum of (24) hours prior to departure date and time for all deliveries. We also offer local pick up if you would like to pick up in person.
We do not offer a health guarantee at this time. All our puppies have had at least one health exam at our Veterinarian's Hospital prior to taking possession of the puppy. We offer a (30) day trial health insurance with AKC pet insurance for most puppies. Please request the details of the trial insurance prior to your purchase. We highly recommend continuing the Trupanion health insurance policy for your new puppy after the initial (30) days trial has expired.
REFUNDS & RETURNS
We do not offer refunds or returns for any reason. On a case by case basis, we sometimes offer a replacement or credit for certain situations and at our sole discretion.
We do not have a store front and we do not allow customers to visit our location due to potential spread of the COVID19 and increased potential for criminal intent. We offer to schedule a showing located either at our Veterinarian's Hospital or a public place like Petsmart or Petco (unless there are restrictions associated with COVID-19 that prohibit our ability to offer this option).
PET VS. BREEDER (A.K.C REGISTRATION)
When considering purchasing a puppy, it is important to know there are two different options for how you can register your new puppy with A.K.C (American Kennel Club). The first option is as a "pet". This option is for people who wish only to have the puppy/dog as a pet and do not wish to breed their puppy/dog. The second option is "breeder". This option gives you the "rights" from the breeder to breed that puppy/dog when it is old enough and register the puppies with the A.K.C (American Kennel Club). Without the "breeder rights" you will not be able to register any puppies born from that dog. There is a three digit code given to you from the breeder when you have paid an additional cost to obtain the rights and this should be negotiated prior to the point of sale.
MINI SIZE VS. STANDARD SIZE
There is no official definition of "Mini" size at this time. Our definition of Mini size is when you have a dog that retains all the big dog features such as structure, wrinkles, head size, paw size, etc. but weighs much less. English Bulldogs were originally bred to fight bulls and they were bred to be large (around 90-120lbs). As time has gone by, as with anything, we have made them smaller, more manageable while retaining all those characteristics we love. Adult standard size English Bulldogs are now roughly 55-75lbs. Our "Mini" size English are roughly 35-45lbs.