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"I would first like to thank you for all your help (and availability) with our purchase of Leeloo. This is my first experience buying from a breeder, and Zach and my first experience with a Boerboel (we have adopted all of our dogs previously). You have set the bar very high! I hope that other people have this good of an experience when buying their puppies.

Thank you for letting Zach and I come see the kennel and your dogs first before we decided to buy her. This meant a lot to us and really put us at ease knowing Leeloo was having such a great start to her life!  All of my phone calls with questions before and after we picked her up were always returned in a very timely manner, and Lord knows I had a few!  Thank you again!"

M. Myer; Tennessee

Shipping Your New Puppy

Randy ships his puppies all over the world so he has years of experience when it comes to making sure your puppy arrives at its’ destination safely.

The flight for the puppy is scheduled much as you would schedule a flight for yourself with a couple of “puppy exceptions.” No more than 10 days prior to his flight, the puppy will be taken to the veterinarian for a “vet check”. This check assures the new owner that they are receiving a healthy puppy that is current on all shots and disease free. If for some reason the flight has to be rescheduled and it falls beyond the 10th day of the vet check, the puppy must be taken to the vet a second time to ensure its’ vet check is within the 10 day time frame.

Each puppy is shipped in a new crate that is size appropriate and meets all airline requirements. He also sends a small pouch of the food it is currently eating. This serves a dual purpose: First, in case of unexpected layovers the puppy is assured food. While this rarely happens, it CAN happen and is required by Federal Law. Secondly, when the puppy arrives at his destination, it allows you to begin mixing the food you will be using with what he is used to until he eventually is eating the new food only.

Change is food can cause mild digestive problems for the puppy and while it isn’t serious, it can be upsetting for the new owner. If the puppy should experience an unexpected layover and should arrive without food, Randy recommends waiting 24 hours before introducing the new food of your choice to the puppy as it seems to experience less problems.

Another specific concern with regard to shipping your puppy is the temperature at points of departure as well as upon arrival. Federal Law regulates this and as seasons and climates vary upon destination, I discuss this personally as it pertains to each individual puppy.

Again, when your puppy arrives you can expect the following:

  • A new crate size appropriate for crate training
  • Micro chipped
  • Health Certificate
  • First Months Treatment with Trifexis; Heartworm, Flea, & Intestinal Worm Preventative