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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What does the purchase process look like, from beginning to end?

Are your dogs AKC registered?

Yes. All of our Miniature Pinschers and Cavaliers are AKC registered. All puppies are sold with limited AKC registration (no breeding rights) unless otherwise discussed. 

How much do your puppies cost?

Miniature Pinschers: $1000-$1400

Cavaliers: $3000-$4000

Do you provide puppy delivery?

No. If you need transportation for your puppy, you can hire a flight nanny or ground transporter. We do have recommendations for those. We charge $150 to meet at the airport. 

If you are on the waiting list, I will contact you when the puppies are two weeks old. If we have available puppies and you are not already on the waiting list, after filling out the "Join Waiting List" Questionnaire, you pay a deposit for us to hold your puppy until it's ready to go. I update pictures or videos weekly on our Facebook page. Before picking up your puppy, you will be required to read the "Bringing Puppy Home" page and answer a short questionnaire that will verify you are aware of some important points that will help you and your puppy have a healthy, happy transition. Puppies are ready to go at 9 weeks old and need to be picked up within a week of that date. Balance is due on pickup or two days before a transporter picks up if you have hired one.

How can I pay the deposit?

Only send deposit after you have reviewed our website, filled out the Join Waiting List form, and received a response from us. When using the following, please send as if to friends and family in order to prevent fees. If you wish to send as if for goods and services to secure buyer protection, please add 4% to cover fees.

Venmo: @Tabitha-Lambert-5

Cash App: $Proud2BApostolic

Zelle: Tabitha Lambert, 229-425-5135

Paypal: @tntmilledgeville

Can you crop my Min Pin puppy's ears before I get them?

 

No. We recommended waiting until your puppy is 4-6 months old before cropping if that is your desire. Cropping ears when puppy is too young often gets undesirable results as body to ear ratio is not the same in a young puppy as it is when they get older.
 

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