Miracle had 4 pups on 6/16/18.
She has 3 sable females and one male mahogany sable.
Girls - $1000. - Boy - $900.
Please contact me if you would like to be placed on a waiting list for future litters.
Information on some frequently asked questions are listed at the bottom of this page.
Your puppy will come with akc papers, pedigree, vet health check, vaccination and deworming record and a puppy folder with helpful puppy training tips.
Deposits of $100 can be made through paypal or by mail to hold your pup.
Information on frequently asked questions:
Pups price is for limited registration. This means the puppies are not for breeding. Pet only homes.
Deposit - A $100 deposit will hold your pup through paypal or personal check written out to Melanie Enderlin, 7728 Roder Pkwy, Ontario, NY 14519.
Refund of Deposit will be given if your pup does not get a passing health check or if you put a deposit down on a pup that isn't yet delivered.
Spay or neuter agreement with a copy from your vet.
Pups pictures will be sent to you weekly with updates on their progress.
Regarding Visitation -
The health and safety of our dogs and puppies is very important to us, therefore, we take every precaution to protect them.
After purchasing a puppy, many people ask about coming to visit the puppy. There are countless things to consider as a breeder of home raised puppies. One being the dangers of exposing young puppies to communicable disease. Young and newborn puppies donít have fully developed immune systems and are susceptible to life threatening illnesses, including Parvovirus, Canine Influenza, Canine Herpes Virus, Kennel Cough, etc. Puppy diseases are easily spread by even the most casual contact. Visitors can (unknowingly) bring diseases onto the property that can hurt the puppies. Disease can be carried on peopleís clothing, hands, shoes, even the tires of a car. Parvo can live for years in the soil, be picked up in pet stores, dog parks, training facilities, kennels, vet offices, rest stops, and unknowingly be tracked in during the visit. When diseases like Parvo strike, they can kill a whole litter in a matter of hours. Puppies will eventually have maternal antibodies built up as they grow and get stronger after birth, but are not totally immune. Young puppies who are nursing from their mothers receive important antibodies in the motherís milk to help protect them from disease. However, starting at about 6 to 8 weeks of age, these antibodies begin to lose their effectiveness. Precautions need to be taken to ensure our puppies safety, therefore, we do not allow our puppies to be seen or handled until the puppy has had its first shots, after 6 weeks of age.
Pups are fed Pedigree Puppy chow slightly moistened 3xs a day about 1/3 cup.
I feed my adults Pedigree adult food and can food 2xs a day.
Pups are litter box trained before they leave, this does help the potty training progress especially during the winter months. I use cedar pine shavings from Tractor Supply.
Pedigree Puppy chow can also be found there.
If driving alone, a crate to transport your pup may be a good idea to keep both of you safe during your travels.
Your puppy may experience car sickness, you may want to bring paper towels and a plastic bag to be prepared.
If picking up an adult dog, a leash and harness is recommended.
A harness is easier on your pup at first when they are young and then can grow into a collar.
I recommend crate training, wire crates are nice because you can see through them and adjust to puppy's size as they grow. A medium size is recommended if you plan to continue to use it as they grow into an adult dog.
Obedience training is recommended as it will give you both a chance to learn together and have fun doing it. You will be happy with the results as shelties train quickly and are eager to please you. I have always started after the first year, but that is up to you. Puppy classes are a great way to socialize your pup with others.
If you would like to use a dog house, I strongly suggest doing it right away. For some odd reason, if you get a dog house for your dog latter in life they will not go in it. Introducing it as a puppy, they will continue to use it as an adult.
[Past Sheltie Puppies]