Frequently Asked Questions

How do I purchase a puppy?

We start by chatting with you to make sure your home is a good match for one of our puppies. From there our puppy contract is signed and a $500 deposit is placed on a particular "pick" or puppy. Our puppy selections are first come first serve, so if you would like to be one of the first to choose your puppy, you will need to be one of the first to place a deposit on that breeding. 
 

Do we ship puppies out of state or country?
Yes, we do! We currently have puppies in loving homes all over the country. There are several ways to get your new family memeber safely to you. If you are unable to pick up your puppy in person we can help arrange transport with a reputable company to do the job either by ground or by air. Shipping within the states generally runs anywhere from $600-$1,200. For out of country inquiries, please contact us .

How much do your puppies cost?
Our puppies range in price depending on the breeding, pick, individual pup, breeding or pet home, and color. Pups generally can start around $2,000 and go up to $6,000+.  We do occasionally have a retired female that will come spayed and will be the price of her spay to the perfect, forever home. Please contact us for information on this.

Does my puppy come with cropped ears?

No. We can have our vet crop your pups ears for an additional $650 upon request. Otherwise, your puppy will leave with natural ears.

Do you offer payment plans?

As long as the puppy is paid in full prior to leaving at 8-9 weeks of age, you may make payments on your puppy. Puppies must be paid in full prior to leaving to their new homes.

What can I expect when purchasing a Grand Teton Puppy?

We put our blood, sweat, tears, and most importantly our whole heart into our dogs and puppies. When a puppy leaves our care at approximately 8 weeks of age, it has been deemed healthy by our veterinarian, given all age appropriate vaccines and wormer, and been given top notch care from day 1. Once a litter is born we give them around the clock care and use puppy culture techniques to make sure we set your new family member up for success from the very start. This includes introduction to new smells, environments, sounds and objects with plenty of love and handling along the way. Your puppy will also be acclimated to young children, other dogs and cats. These are far from "just dogs" to us, and as we send your puppy to join your home we are sending a piece of our heart and legacy, we hope you enjoy many years of companionship together.