Please fill out in its entirety and submit the required NON-REFUNDABLE Deposit as soon as possible to reserve your pup.
We accept cash and Venmo at pick up.
Click on links below to access, the Nuvet Informational Packet, Breeding and Sales Agreement, Application and Deposit Form, or Guardian Home Agreement.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions during this process. Our hours of operation are typically between 8 am – 6 pm (E.T.)
Do We Allow Visitors?
In order to protect your puppy and our dogs we are not able to offer visits. Avoidance is the only way to ensure that our puppies stay healthy! Unfortunately young puppies don’t have fully developed immune systems and are susceptible to life threatening illnesses, including Parvo.
When diseases like Parvo strike, they can kill a whole litter in a matter of hours. Parvo is at epidemic proportions in our area. We provide new pictures and updates of our puppies regularly to all of our puppy families. Parvo is spread in the saliva, urine and feces of an infected dog. It can survive in extremely cold and hot temperatures. It can live on an inanimate object for 6 to 12 months and in the soil for up to a year.
People that unknowingly come into contact with the disease, can then carry and spread this deadly virus on the soles of their shoes, clothing, skin and even on their car tires! Parvo is virulent, contagious and EXTREMELY hard to kill. Regular cleaning will not kill Parvo. If a breeder were to get parvo in their home, they may never be able to have puppies there again.
It is necessary to protect your puppy from contagious diseases until an entire series of vaccines has been given. Your puppy shouldn’t be exposed to other puppies or taken to public places until fully protected by the entire series. At 8 weeks of age, your puppy has had only one vaccine, as is the proper vaccine protocol.
Until receiving all vaccines, your puppy is NOT fully protected against deadly contagious diseases such as Parvovirus and distemper etc. Precaution also needs to be taken at your vet’s office; people take sick animals there! Do not let your puppy touch the floor at the vet’s office. We do NOT guarantee that your puppy won’t catch contagious diseases.