Christmas Puppies

I’m checking in again with my waiting list. Since all of these puppies will be ready just before Christmas, and I have new people emailing me daily about getting a “Christmas Puppy”, I need to check in again regarding everyone’s timeline.

I know I’ve asked this before, but the list is so long now, it is easier for me if everyone will simply send me a quick note to let me know where you stand and what your timeline looks like.

Puppies from the current litters are ready the week before Christmas if they go home at 8 weeks old, and around late January for an Accelerated Puppy.

Please drop me a quick note and let me know if you are interested in pups within this timeline. We will not hold puppies without additional charges, so it’s best if they go home at either 8 weeks old or 13 weeks old. Anything between those ages will be charged $100/week for us to keep them starting the day they turn 9 weeks old.

What I’d like to accomplish from this is to be able to tell the new people if there is a chance for a Christmas puppy, or if I already have 17 people that are currently on the waiting list that are interested in the current litters. Since the waiting list is well over 17 people, it’s possible they will all be matched.

But as with Sadie’s litter, many people on the waiting list “passed” on her pups, which resulted in “new” people ultimately adopting those puppies. The puppy matching process is almost always a bit complex, but I do my best to keep it as simple as possible.

So, please let me know:

1. If you want to pass on the current litters because you need to wait till spring or later.

2. You want to pass because we don’t have the color/gender that you want.

3. You definitely want to be considered for a pup out of the current litters.

4. The timeline is perfect for your schedule to either get an 8 week old puppy, or an Accelerated Puppy.

5. Anything else I need to know!

If I don’t hear from you by Sunday evening, I will be moving down the waiting list and assuming you are not yet ready for a puppy (I would prefer you just let me know you are not yet ready).

Please email me at

Please DO NOT leave a comment in the thread on this. Managing my email is all I can keep up with and I will not respond to thread comments.


7 responses to “Christmas Puppies

  1. Hi Kristy, Hope all is well. I’m definately ready and hoping for one of the Christmas puppies or as soon as possible. Not accelerated, but regular 8 weeks pup. Needs to be a male (my 2 sons insist!) , and I’m paricular withthe requested markings, so I hope we can get a chance to see their faces soon, as in the photos, we can only get a glimpse of their puppy bodies :). Any idea when we might be able to see their faces? Also, what does the Dec* on the waitlist mean? Thanks so much!!! Oh, what colors are the mom/dads for the yet to be born next litter, out of curisity?? Thanks!! Doris Perl Brunswick

    Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2014 00:15:40 +0000 To:

  2. Hi. I am Ann from Texas looking for a tri-color puppy. You can take me off the list – but I will still be watching your site!

    Good luck!

  3. Unfortunately, I can’t get a puppy at this time of year but will want to adopt one in the Spring. I wish I could. Kathy Erzen

  4. Hi Kristy………….I’m still interested in the all black female from this litter. I will rely on your opinion as to whether I should take her at 8 weeks or 12 weeks. Looking forward to it. Linda

  5. Hi Kristy,

    I would like to wait for a new puppy until spring or summer of 2015. Female, Tri-color, Blenheim, or black and white.

    Melanie Blawat 10th on the list I think.

    Sent from my iPad


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