Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the frequently asked questions I get. Just hover over each question and the answer should open for you.
How much does your puppies cost?
The overwhelmingly majority of our babies are priced between 2500-4500, but we do occasionally price babies lower and higher than that.
Do you have puppies available all the time?
We usually have at least 1 litter every few months. Even if we don't have a litter in several months, I usually have a couple babies available between litters.
I'm looking to breed, do you sell your puppies with breeding rights?
9 out of 10 of our babies go to forever pet home. I will occasionally let a dog go for breeding, but it's rare. If I am giving a dog an opportunity to go with breeding rights (AKC), then the option will be shown on that puppy's page. Breeding rights is usually 1000-5000 additional to their pet price.
What registration do you use?
I only use AKC registration. All of the adults I breed or co-owned are AKC registered or registerable. I do not currently use ACA/CKC/APRI. But AKC is transferrable to those other registries if needed.
Do you breed more than Yorkies?
At the moment, I only breed Yorkies, but in the future, I might also breed Maltese and/or Toy Poodles.
Can I meet the puppy in person first?
Yes! As long as the puppy is over 8wks of age and has had their first shot, they can be seen in person. All protentional new families can see the puppy (or puppies) in North Austin or Pflugerville.
Can I contact your vet to verify you're real?
Yes! I have my vet information listed on the puppy's page.
Do you have any references?
Yes, I have many references. You can follow me on facebook, where many of my past buyers comment under each of my post.
What is your deposit?
Our deposits are 500-2500, depending on the puppy's price and age.
All deposits and holding fees are non refundable! Please confirm you are seriously buying the puppy you want to reserve, because once the pup is taken off the market, we can not refund any deposit given.
Do you take payments?
Yes, I can take payments once a puppy is at least 2wks old and is reserved with a deposit.
Do you offer financing or know where I can get financing?
I'm sorry, we do not offer financing. You are more than welcome to see if you can get financing through paypal credit. But please note, their credit offers are base off of credit scores.
I always tell people, if you need to get financing, it just isn't the right time for you to get a new baby. You should save up for a few months (or 1-2 years). Then, once you have accumulated your budget amount, you can then buy. This will save you from getting into debt, and it will allow you to research breeders first.
Do you have Teacup or Mini Yorkies for sale?
Sorry... there is no such thing as Teacup or Mini Yorkies. Do I have tiny puppies? Yes... most of my puppies tend to stay between 3-5lbs full grown. But about a quarter of my babies do stay in the 2-3.5lbs range. Several times a year, I do have babies that do chart around 2lbs full grown.
Why can't I get my Yorkie at 8wks old or younger?
I'm sorry. Please do your research. It's against the law to sell puppies younger than 8wks old. Not just that, but a lot of my babies tend to be tinier, so they are at higher risk for low blood sugar. This can easily kill a puppy. They also need that extra time to learn to be social.
For more information, please read this article: https://familypetplanet.com/when-can-yorkie-puppies-leave-their-mother/
I have an emergency and can't get the puppy yet, can you hold him/her for a few more weeks?
Yes, I have no problem keeping a puppy for an addiction couple months, but please note, you will need to make an additional payment for your puppy to do so. Why? Because this tells me you're for sure getting your little one. So many times people ask me to keep their puppy for an additional couple months only for them to disappear. It's not fair to the pup or me, to not find them a new home when they are young.
I have bigger dogs, should I get a Yorkie?
Honestly, it depends on the breeds in question and their weights. For example, I wouldn't recommend a 3lb Yorkie to be with a 100lb dog, but a 5lb Yorkie might be a good option for a home with a 20lb poodle. This is why I do ask new owners about their current pets.