Please read the options on getting an adult dog at the bottom of this page..

Options on getting an adult dog:

First Option is called a visitation week. You must pay for the dog before taking the dog anywhere. As long as dog is returned safely, money will be fully refundable at the end of the visitation week. You will be allowed to take the dog anywhere you would like, to get a good feeling on the dog being a good fit for you and your family, the dog is to be returned the same day. You will sign an agreement that you take full responsibility of any actions the dog does when you are responsible for it. If the dog gets away from you, you do not get a refund… You are completely responsible for the dog while it is in your care… If the dog gets hurt in anyway you are responsible for vet costs, etc…

Anyone can skip visitation week and go to Second Option You can pay for the dog in full and take the dog home. You have a week guarantee on the dog. If you decide the dog is not a good fit for your home, you may bring it back for a partial refund. $500 will be nonrefundable and CAN NOT be transferred to a puppy. You may transfer the remaining balance to a puppy.

NOTE: Reasoning behind a $500 nonrefundable return of dog. I have had too many people get my adult dogs and in the week’s guarantee, they return the dog. It can take me a minimum of 2 weeks to get the dog settle back down. In a week a dog will start creating a bond with their new family. Whether the family feels the bond or not… I have had an adult dog returned, after a second home, refuse to eat and I had to spoon fed him for 2 weeks before I finally got him to eat on his own. (Milo) Do not get an adult dog to save money! Most adult dogs returned to me have behavior issues that will need worked on.. My dogs I raised myself going into a new home within 2 weeks they forget all the training they grew up with in my home.. Ive had dogs in a month’s time come back dog aggressive, when in my home they never showed aggression and was very sweet and timid… Every home is different. I cant tell you how the dog is going to behave in your home environment. I can only tell you how they behave in mine… Your energy, consistency, patience, love and understanding will create the dog you end up with. Do not tell me you don’t feel a bond with the dog… I will tell you now.. I never expect, on return of a dog, that they bond with me… I work on that bond.. I show them I am there for them no matter what and they quickly give me that devotion and love back… YOU create the bond not them…

Milo born 4/11/19                   $1200

Milo Im retiring because he got a bacterial infection that caused him to go sterile. He was put on antibiotics for a month to clear it up. He is overall a healthy energetic boy that is bouncy and playful with his family. Extremely loyal and protective. Milo was returned to the pack extreme dog and people aggressive. He now does really well with meeting strangers coming to meet the dogs. He is secure in our home and feels safe. His issue was fear aggression. His first owner was a very dominate person that unknowingly turned Milo fear aggressive towards dominance. He very much loved Milo and I had him help rehabilitate Milo in a more gentle way of training. Milo was taught to be very physical so I worked a lot on how he plays with me. He is extremely gentle and submissive to me but one thing I have not been able to teach him is how to be gentle to the pack. He is overly dominate and plays hard. I can keep saying dominate in everything Milo does but I will say he is not a dominate dog. It is a behavior he learned. He honestly is very sweet and submissive to the people he loves. But very much a bully to other dogs. If I am with him I can get him with the pack and he does fine but it is only in supervision he is able to be with other dogs. I have had him with a few females several times and he does well for about a week or two. Then the females start very much avoiding him because he plays too rough with them and they don’t want anything to do with him. I have 24 dogs to complete his training is something that will need a lot more time. I give time to all the dogs. In order to completely finish his training he needs to be taken out daily socializing and teaching him being out in public is not about protection, relax and enjoy being out. I can take him out in public and he does[VW1]  really good. The only time I had a slight reaction was at a restaurant where waitress approaching the table made him nervous but I had enough control over him she never knew he was reacting to her. Please keep in mind I know what I am doing and the dogs know it. Milo will need a person that understands the breed, can handle his dog aggression and work him through it. A person that causes his protection instincts will end up with a human aggressive dog as well..

Im very clear on my dogs. I do not want them to end up in the wrong home and come back it just unstablizes them more and causes a lot of insecurities. I spent the last year and a half working on Milo and improving his insecurities. I have 2 options on adult dogs. Milo will need both. I will not rehome him and he comes back in a week. It will set him back on all he has gained. If you are not experienced do not ask to bring Milo home. In order to take Milo home you will get a week visitation where you will pay for him and can take him home, take him out in public do whatever you want with him but he will be returned each day. This will help his insecurities and becoming a friend to the person before take home. IF you decide you don’t want him then he stays here with a full refund on money as long as nothing happens to Milo during your care. Second week if you decide you want to keep him you will have a week guarantee on health but if returned $500 will be nonrefundable, nontransferable to a puppy. All this being said I will tell you Milo is an amazingly sweet dog that is just happy and joyful all the time just like his daddy. He is gentle enough that my mom at 75 years old says he is her favorite. She constantly cuddles him and he always has kisses for grandma. You are not going to get the dog we see in a few weeks. You will need to work on his trust and loyalty and earn it.. Its not about you bonding with the dog. Its about you earning the bond with the dog. IF you ask me how do I know if I can bond with this dog then you are the wrong person for Milo. Every dog I have returned I never expect them to bond with me. I give them love and understanding and help them see I am there for them. I earn their loyalty and love. They bond with me when they are ready not when I am…

Note: About a year ago I had 7 dogs catch kennel cough all of them but Milo and Rexee got over it within a week. Milo and Rexee had it pretty severe for about 3 months. I feel it slightly damaged their larynx. Which the only time you can tell is I use a slip lead in training which causes alot of coughing with Milo and Rexee. The vet recommending a prong collar which is less pressure around the neck but still gives you control. Ive had no coughing or straining since I took both dogs off the slip lead. This is the only health issue I have with Milo. Overall he is a very healthy energetic boy. 

Shiva  born 3/19/20          $500

Shiva I am retiring because I am really working on trying to get my younger pack all as a pack. Shiva is a very dominate female and only does well with males. I haven’t had any dog aggression taking her out in public but that doesn’t mean if she gets with a softer personality in a human she wont turn protective. I took Shiva to be bred just recently and the vets office took her out to go potty. They couldn’t get near her and had to come get me to call her to me. She had to have the last word and looked at every single person which was 4 and growled at each one before she settle down at my side and we finished the vet visit. She had to let every person there know she was not happy what they did. I will lean more towards Shiva being a guard dog not a service dog. She is very protective. Very sweet and gentle with the family. She isn’t a big fan of visitors but does fine just doesn’t go near a stranger to be petted.. I haven’t had any concerning health issues with her but one. She is extremely finicky with food making it extremely difficult to get her weight up to breed. Her energic is high she is a very loving joyful dog. Spaying her will help a lot on weight gain. She isn’t extremely skinny, she is all lean muscle. She is on the higher end of energy… so she will need a job to keep her mind occupied..

Coco born 8/22/20         $500 

Coco is an owner return. The owner told me they had moved into a new home, family members moved in as well and their teenage son was afraid of her. I was told the home had a lot of stress involved and coco was pushed to the side with family stress with all the changes. Coco was left unsupervised with the child afraid of her and had snapped at the boy leaving teeth marks they immediately returned her to me. What I have seen in the first week of having Coco she is highly stressed inside a home. Afraid of anyone approaching her, lowering her body to the ground in a protective stance. Afraid of hands reaching out to her etc.. During this first week we have went through a dog with extreme anxiety and fear to a more happy bouncy joyful girl with very little manners or training. I have found her fear is inside the home. Taking her outside the home. She is very friendly and loving to people.. no dog aggression, but she does struggle to even want to bond with another dog. She just does her own thing which her favorite things is finding a persons lap to crawl into. I am working slowly on her bonding with another dog and get her to want to play. She doesn’t really seem to understand how to play with toys or just playing period.. The only thing she seems to know is the word walk.. My husband said we should change her name to walk lol because we have found the way to get her over her anxiety of someone approaching her inside the home is say the word walk. She will point at a leash she sees and she is ready to go.. I would like more time to get her more comfortable with people approach inside the home before rehoming her.. During that time I am also teaching her how to play with toys. She doesn’t seem to quite understand what she is suppose to do with a toy.. Once her people introduction is better inside the home she will be introduced to the pack to learn how to bond with other dogs. With most adult dogs returned I recommend someone with knowledge of this breed before taking them home.. Do not ask me if she will make a good family dog please. In my home she is a good family dog, in her first home she was not… I have had a younger boy also around her she loved spending time with him outside. Full of kisses and sitting in his lap.. She will do very well around kids with the right owner… Do not feel with no experience you can make her a good family dog.. She does have issues learned from her first home and she will need to learn better manners. I am working on her learning that but going into a home with not understanding her needs will lead her right back to her behavior from her first home.. I want this dog to find a forever home not a repeat of her first home…