We have 5 puppies left that will be available mid June (3 boys & 2 girls).Their parents are West Highland Doxie (Mum) and Lhasapoo (Dad) – we have included pics of both.We are determined that each pup goes to the right family so if you’re interested in adopting one of these gorgeous pups please get in contact and request an application. The application will ask about your family dynamic, existing pets and the life you hope to give your future pup.
Pups will be ready to go to their new families on 14 June 2022 and will be microchipped, wormed, had their first vaccination and will go home with some essentials to get them settled in with their new family.
We will be inviting families over to visit the pups from the weekend of 28 May. This will give you a chance to meet all of the pups (also comes with lots of cuddles), meet both parents and provides an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have.
If you fall in love with one of these gorgeous babies and you decide you would like to secure them, we do ask that payment is made on the same day so we can mark them as sold and let other interested families know that the pup is no longer available.The reason we ask for payment a couple of weeks ahead of the puppy going home is to ensure that each one is going to a family who has planned ahead and is fully ready and committed to taking them home at 8 weeks of age. The last thing we want for one of our pups is for a buyer to plan on taking them and then back out the last minute as we would have already turned down a number of other interested families and the pup would miss the crucial developmental window (8-10 weeks of age) to begin serious training and assimilating into their new family.The health and safety of our dogs is our number one priority so we do have a lifelong rehoming policy that means we will take the puppy back and rehome them at any point throughout their life should your circumstances change. When you take your puppy home you are given a three-day cooling off period, meaning that if for any reason you don’t feel it’s going to work out within those three days, you will be provided a 70% refund upon returning the puppy during this period.
Reasons for needing to rehome your pet may include:
- Concern for their safety
- Your animal has severe behavioural issues that compromise their safety (or yours)
- A home environment that does not suit your animal’s needs
- You no longer have the time to take care of your animal and exercise them regularly
- You can no longer afford your pet’s care
- You can no longer physically take care of your animal due to a change in your own health
- You or a loved one develop severe allergies that cause ongoing discomfort or health issues
Please feel free to get in touch with any questions you have and we’ll update the ad with pics as the pups get older.