How the deposit process works


I often have repeat buyers, referrals and I get new inquiries daily  I have been very blessed in my success as a breeder.  With that in mind, know that I usually have several deposits in prior to any litters being born.  Currently, we have a 4/5 month MINIMUM wait, likely closer to a year. 

There is an old saying, “early bird gets the worm”.

Puppies are chosen in order of deposits received.  First deposit, gets first pick, second deposit gets second pick, etc.  After pups arrive, I go down the list of my deposits received (in order of course) and each buyer has the opportunity to chose their puppy out of what is available and what their deposit form requested (color/sex).   If a second or third litter is also due, that buyer can wait to see what the other litters produce to choose from those litters as well.  In this case, sometimes a buyer may place a puppy “on hold” while awaiting for the next litter to arrive.

Once I have gone through my deposits and a puppy is available, it will say “available” (other wise it will state reserved and/or on hold).

Its definitely a waiting game and good things come to those who wait.

If I am the breeder for you, my best advice is to get a deposit in sooner vs. later (this is the case with any reputable breeder you find to work with).

Published on May 16, 2020 at 5:03 pm  Comments Off on How the deposit process works  
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