We have two fall puppies available, medium to standard size, going home October 20, and we’re also taking reservations for our 2024 litters. We would love to work with you to bring you a new family member!
We also are sometimes looking for a great guardian to become the forever family for one of our pups! If you are local (Portland metro, Vancouver or Yamhill County areas), and have the time and love needed, have some dog experience, and have room in your life and home for a new family member, complete our online application and indicate “guardian.” Read on for more information about our availability.
For info on our guardianship program, CLICK HERE.
Sadie and Tucker have brought us larger pups in the medium to standard size range. Sadie has the bulky lab build, and weighs about 35 lbs. and Tucker is tall and lengthy with the standard size height and weight. They are ready to go home on October 20. The pups will be in the 40-50 lb. range. A couple extra puppies arrived and we currently have two puppy reservation spots open for this litter.
Submit an online application (found on our home menu bar) to tell us about yourself and the size and timing that you’re most wanting, and we’ll respond within 24 hours. Once approved, we ask for a $500.00 reservation deposit to hold your spot and add you to our reservation list.
Future litter announcements and puppy openings will be posted on this page. We’ll update this page as a mama goes into heat if there is availability for her litter but will continue to work off of our general waiting list as people have placed deposits.
All of our puppies are raised with the Puppy Culture philosophy and the Bio-sensor program, without compromising the best breeding in genetics, health and coat quality. Our family is committed to raising the BEST puppies, to bring joy, companionship, therapy and service to many.
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Yes, we let you choose your pup! Puppy selections within a litter are done at around seven weeks of age, in order of the reservation list.
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