All our animals arrive from breeders' homes. We have worked with most of them for many years. Many of our puppies even come directly from the store's owners' breeders. Working with the same breeders for a long time allows us to know the bloodlines of our animals well and to be able to better advise you regarding temperaments, coat quality, weight and size of the babies.
Our animals are given to you with the necessary basic health care, as well as maximum advice. You also receive with your animal a health guarantee and a courtesy visit to one of our associated veterinary clinics. Obviously, our animals are first examined, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped. The complete and quality service of an advisor is automatically offered to you when adopting an animal in store. The latter accompanies you through this wonderful decision so that you go home with as much information and advice as possible so that you feel confident with your new baby.
The sooner the better! Calling a dog handler does not necessarily imply that your baby has behavioral problems, quite the contrary. It is best to start preschool and obedience classes as quickly as possible to allow you to clarify with your baby what behaviors are acceptable and which are not. Having a foundation of obedience allows you and your puppy to understand each other better.
It's best to start as early as possible. Once your baby has had his second vaccination, normally around three months of age, you can schedule your pooch's first grooming appointment. Grooming is not every dog's favorite activity, so we recommend getting them used to grooming salons as soon as possible. This will allow the puppy to get used to it and avoid major stress.