Price: $850

Province: Ontario
City: Embro
Type: Pets

* 2 black males

All puppies are CKC registered, 2 year health pet guarantee, 4 weeks free pet insurance, up to date on shots, dewormed, vet checked and sent home with a puppy pack full of goodies (natural food, toys, bones, information on the breed, etc etc
the pictures ARE of my pups from this litter
thanks to Long Dog Photography for the pictures
Why do purebred dogs cost so much?
One of the best things about buying a purebred dog is knowing the puppy you brought home will grow up to look like the dog you fell in love with on the street, in the magazines, or at the shows. In general, the price of a purebred puppy can run anywhere from $-$. It seems like a lot- and it is- but you're getting a bargain. The cost of producing a well planned litter are substantial. Start with health tests on both parents, add stud fees, transport costs for the stud dog or shipping costs for the dam; pre and postnatal care, registration for the litter and individual dogs- it adds up quickly. Factor in an unexpected C-section, repeat breeding or vet-preformed implants, and a breeder's bank account is rarely in the black (green). The satisfaction we get isn't from the money, but from seeing sturdy, sound representatives of the breeds we love, in loving, responsible homes. Think of all those expensive precautions as a form of insurance, and remember the effort your breeder went through the next time you see a "No questions asked" newspaper ad!