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All you have to do is send
email, or call me
at 580-695-7711 to let me know which one you want! If you have any
questions, I'd be more than happy to help you. If you just can't decide,
tell me what you're looking for and I'll help you pick the puppy for you!
The next step is to send a deposit. The deposit is $300
on puppies under $1200. Puppies over $1200 the
deposit is $500. This will hold the puppy until he is ready to
go. Please note, deposits are non refundable and non transferable.
Puppies are not held with out a deposit. No
If you would like to pay with PayPal you can send the money
to my email address,
PorterHorseSales@aol.com . Sign into your paypal account and then
click on 'send money'. You'll enter my email
address to send the money directly to me. If you pay with PayPal please remember to
add 3% to your payment as this is what it costs to
use this service.
At about 7 weeks after the balance is paid, we will set a date for you puppy to
be shipped to your local airport.
I know it sounds complicated and scary, but I do it all of
the time! It can be easier on the puppies than driving for hours.
You just let me know a date that is good for you and I'll
set everything up for you! I usually ship with Delta airlines, but can use
other airlines if needed.
Shipping includes the crate, health certificate, certificate of
acclimation, final vet
check, and is $350. Remember, if you buy 2 puppies, I ship them
Contact me before you send a deposit and make sure I still have the puppy you're
After we've picked out your puppy, you will need to
look over the information below. There are
sign-able links on the puppy agreement page as well
as a lot of information about what to expect and
things you will need to know.
Thanks for looking at my puppies...I hope this information is helpful!
Please check out my
There is tons of useful
Here are a few examples:
do I do when I pick my puppy up?
Be prepared, it was a
long day and airplane ride. It is possible he/she may have
made a mess in their crate. A towel might be a handy thing to have
just in case. There will be food on the crate, but a drink of
water would be greatly appreciated by your new arrival! Lots
of hugs and kisses are a great welcome!
there anything I should NOT do when I pick up my puppy?
Yes! Do not put
your puppy on the ground at the airport to go potty! Hundreds
of people a week pick up their new puppies at the airport where you
do. A huge percent of them let their puppies run around where
you would and your new puppy could get sick by walking around where
other, possibly sick puppies have been. You can not be too
careful. Wait until you get somewhere your puppy can safely
potty where there have not been a bunch of other puppies. Gas
stations and other parking lots are not the best choice either.
take my puppy to the dog park or Pets Mart?
Oh, this is scary.
As explained above, this can be dangerous. Parvo, among other
things, is very easily transferred and is very contagious.
This kills a huge percent of puppies who get it. If you have
to take your puppy to pets mart, don't put him down and don't let
strangers handle your puppy. Puppies are susceptible to parvo
until they've had several sets of shots.
thought my puppy had shots before it was shipped. Why is it
still so dangerous to take him or her out?
Your puppy will be up
to date on its shots according to its age when you get it.
Parvo, for example, is very dangerous and unfortunately can
still be contracted after several sets of shots. You can keep
your puppy healthy by making sure its had its full set of shots
before you take it to public places!
shots has my puppy had and what does it need?
Your puppy is up to
date according to its age when you get him or her. Here is
some information on what shots your puppy has had and still needs!
My puppy doesn't seem to
have an appetite.
Why is this?
Puppies can stress when brought into a new environment.
Remember, they've just landed on a new planet! New smells,
tastes, new people and lots of times- new animal friends too.
Understand they're a little nervous and their tummy my feel a little
nervous too. Encourage them to eat. If they don't eat on
their first night home, call me right away! I have plenty of
tips to help you get your new puppy to eat. Not eating can
become serious very quickly. Do not let it go and assume he'll
eat when he's hungry. Read below about hypoglycemia.
Just because they aren't a fragile toy breed doesn't mean their
blood sugar can't drop quickly with not enough food or rest.
This can be life threatening!
What is hypoglycemia and
what are the symptoms?
What can I do?
HYPOGLYCEMIA, or low blood sugar, is common in toy breed
dogs and puppies. Because small Toy Aussie puppies carry little body
fat or reserves, if they become overly stressed, miss a meal, over
exercise, etc., they may experience a
dangerous drop in glucose (sugar) in their blood. This drop
causes the puppy to become weak, lethargic, nauseous and
generally unwell. Hypoglycemia is LIFE THREATENING if left
untreated. You must intervene and get your puppy's sugars up
I have put together a page with information about hypoglycemia.
What to watch for, what to do and when you need to consider going to
the vet. This is not something to mess around with and it's
can affect any small puppy no matter how healthy it is.
Hypoglycemia Information Page
if I have questions or concerns after I have my puppy?
Please don't hesitate. If you have a serious problem and need
help you can even call in the middle of the night. I would be
happy to help with anything I can. I turn my cell phone off
when I go to bed but in an emergency you can
also try 580-284-9940.
What dog food do
I only feed Royal
Canin. I feed Mini Adult to my adult dogs and Mini Puppy to my
bred dogs and puppies. If you have a dog that is very active
or needs to gain weight, Royal Canin Special is a good choice.
A puppy who is a picky eater? Royal Canin Baby Dog is
something I always keep on hand. Royal Canin Starter Mousse is
apparently really yummy and is something I give my new moms and
Here is a link to their website for nutritional info.
Where can I buy
this dog food?
Well, this is not the
kind of dog food they sell at Walmart. This is truly a quality
dog food. You can find it at larger chain pet stores.
Pets Mart, Pet Sense, etc.
If you live close or are picking up your puppy, you can get a bag or
3 from me. (Royal Canin is all I will feed my dogs)
my customers come and pick up a bag or two at a time from me
on a regular basis. If you need more than that, I will gladly
order more as long as I know before 'order day'.