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We’ve had some activity here at Silver Paw and I’d like to share our new litter with you. This post will also serve to explain the process for getting one of our puppies. Did you all see this post on our Facebook page? It’s good to be connected on all three of our social media platforms so you don’t miss anything!
You can find us on Facebook at Silver Paw Cavachons, IG @silverpawcavachons, and of course here on the website at http://www.silverpawcavachons.com.
Penny had her puppies on May 19, 2020. above is the first peek at the babies. Here is the picture again.
There are three puppies, two very light red and one blenheim. The girls are both light red, and the blenheim pup is a boy. The girls differ slightly in that the pup on the left has a thinner blaze compared to the pup on the right.
I’m expecting these pups to be “megachons” based on their birth weight being so large compared to most of our other litters.
Do you like what you see, then how do you get one of these pups? Here are the steps for getting a Silver Paw Cavachon and the questions you need to ask yourself.
1. Are you currently on the waiting list? If yes, move to question two. If no, this is the first step you need to take to get a puppy. We work exclusively with those on our waiting list when matching puppies. Send us an email to get the process started. (email@example.com)
2. Does this litter work into your timeline for bringing a puppy home? Penny’s pups will be ready to go home July 14-20. This is the window of time for you to pick up your pup. After that, we charge a weekly fee to keep and care for your puppy. If the timeline works for you, and your answer is yes, move on to question #3. If your answer is no, and this timing does not work well for you, then you’ll need to wait for a future litter.
3. Is there at least one color/gender/size combo that you like in this litter? We are not yet evaluating personality, just boy/girl and color choices. If your answer is no, you will need to wait for a future litter. If yes, send us an email and ask to be on the Penny Litter List. We accept names onto the Litter List until they are 5 weeks old.
4. At this point, everyone is waiting! You’re either on the specific litter list and waiting for puppy selection when the puppies turn 5 weeks old, or you are waiting for a future litter.
At 5 weeks old, I will take all the names that are on the litter list and put them in official waiting list order. And then I will start calling people. This is when we cover as much detail as possible about personality, characteristics, and finding the right match for your family. You may or may not be matched to a puppy at this point, but we comb over the details as best as we can during this process.
If you are matched to a puppy, you have three weeks to get everything ready, make travel arrangements, and come to get your pup! It’s an exciting time watching them grow and mature during those final weeks!
Puppy selection day for Penny’s litter will be Tuesday, June 23rd. If your name is added to the Penny litter list, you need to be ready to talk on that day. The last day you can get on her Litter List is Monday, June 22.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I’m ready to write down names and look forward to your emails. Please do not comment here on the blog, but send me a physical email if you’d like to be considered for a Penny puppy.
I hope this helps everyone understand the puppy matching process.
We are waiting for Kenzie and Maddie to have their babies. They are both big as barns!!