Frequently Asked Questions


Just a suggestion



As the puppies get older, the demand for them goes up. We highly suggest you reserve one, before someone else beats you to it.

Reserving a puppy ?

You can reserve a puppy by calling us and we will send a Paypal request that you have 48 hours to respond too, a 50% retainer needs to be made before the time has expired. If the retainer is not made the hold falls off.  A 2nd hold by the same buyer is not allowed without same day payment. 

What forms of payment do we take ?

 We offer PayPal request where you can pay by checking account or credit  card, we accept check or cash before pickup, however on day of pickup,  we only accept cash or credit card.  Any cards used come with a convenience fee. 

What is your return policy ?

Return any of our puppies in good condition–no questions asked–within 3 days of purchase. For a full refund minus any fee at time of sale. 


Contacting us after three days.  

If you bought your pet from us, please contact us first, before placing your animal with anybody else or taking him or her to a shelter. The same goes for animals acquired from rescue organizations, call the organization where you got the animal. This is often written into the contracts you may have signed when you got the animal. Even if the warranties were originally for only a couple of years, and your dog is now 10, call the breeder! 

Responsible breeders can not only help with problems, but will most always take back any animal of their breeding, any time, even years later. They truly care about the fates of all the animals they produce. It they themselves cannot take the animal in, they will often arrange for foster care until a good home can be found. This way, you can be more assured that your pet will end up with a person knowledgeable with the breed characteristics, etc... No, you may not get any money refunded. Please do not get into that mind set, money is not the point, is it? The utmost priority is to find an appropriate home for a dog you do not keep. Most responsible breeders cannot afford to pay you back beyond warranties. But your animal will get saved by someone who knows the breed, and can try and  get the animal into a good appropriate home. 

Do not worry about being judged by the breeder or rescue workers, they are often quite understanding. And, if they are not, if they are judgmental, if they will still help you place your animal, please put aside your pride and work with them anyway. Some breeders and rescue workers have heard too many reasons for giving up an animal too many times, and it's very frustrating for them. This might actually be good sign for you that the breeder truly cares for the animals they produced. Don't forget, your priority is to find a good home for your animal, not your feelings about the breeder or rescue organization, or the breeder's feelings and the rescue worker's feelings about you. 

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Are the puppies 100% Great Pyrenees ?

Yes, & No. That depends on the Sire or Dame mix we have on premises. 

Why no vaccinations ?

We believe the vaccinations today are more harmful then good.  But don’t take our word for it, Please do the research for yourself. We do the ones required by law.  Take a look:


When is my puppy ready for pickup ?

The Mommies are done weaning the puppies in 8 weeks.  Pickups are after that period.. 

What starter food are the puppies on ?

Diamond Naturals or Taste of the Wild puppy food… 

Have they been de-wormed ?

We use Molly’s all natural herbals,

Will you ship a puppy ?

Only on a case by case basis… We prefer to meet you in person….