Dogs can be categorised in 3 groups


A puppy offered as a pet.

  • These dogs have some characteristics that prevent them from being used for breeding purposes, as their apperance may not comply with official breed's standard.
  • Such characteristics are usually important only for breeders. They do not affect health or wellbeing of a dog.


A puppy intended for breeding at the time of sale.

  • These are typically females that form the backbone of kennels with good reproductive and hereditary traits.
  • Such dogs should also have an excellent pedigree and stable ancestors that fully comply with the breed standard.
  • Females of the breed class are widely used in breeding, and with the right choice of mates, they can produce outstanding offspring.


These are usually dogs intended for shows and breeding, having excellent anatomy and temperament.

  • Regarding a show-quality puppy, a definitive judgment can only be made after the change of teeth and the presence of other qualities that allow to conclude the prospects of a dog (from 8 months and older)
  • Puppies of a younger age may have only the potential without any guarantees.
  • Typically, puppies with show potential are much more expensive and, as they grow, they most closely match the breed standard.

The cost of a puppy is determined by the breeder based on their own perception of the dog's value and potential.


  • Puppies are presented for preliminary sale after the litter is documented at the age of 2 months.
  • At this age, the puppies have a microchip, a pedigree (puppy card). By this time, they have received one vaccination and are available for reservation.
  • By this age, the breeder can, with a certain degree of objectivity, assess the quality of the puppy.


  • The breeder guarantees health of a puppy according to the clinical examination.
  • Guarantee for congenital diseases up to one year (replacement of the puppy with a similar one, delivery costs covered by the buyer).
  • The buyer has the right to conduct a full medical examination of the puppy immediately upon receipt if they have any doubts about its health.
  • The breeder does not provide guarantees for potential defects that may arise during the puppy's growth, reducing its prospects.
  • A separate issue is congenital defects that may manifest over time. This is specified in the sales contract.


  • A contract is concluded between the breeder and the buyer when selling a puppy.
  • For international buyers, the contract is drafted in English.


  • All puppies born in our kennel come with documentation certifying their origin (puppy card).
  • For international buyers, an international pedigree in English is included in the cost and is processed in the name of the owner after the buyer receives the puppy. Once produced, the document is sent by mail to the owner's address.
  • It should be known that international pedigrees from RKF (FCI) are recognized by all canine organizations, while pedigrees from SKOR (IKU) are recognized by a limited list of alternative canine organizations.
  • Information about alternative canine organizations can be obtained on the SKOR(IKU) website or through local canine clubs in your place of residence.


  • A deposit is required to reserve a puppy.
  • The deposit amount is separately agreed upon for each puppy (usually 10-30% of the total cost).
  • Until a deposit is made for a puppy, it remains available for potential buyers.
  • Verbal promises of purchase are not considered binding.

When puppy is ready to go to the new home

  • The reserved puppy is sent to its new home after the second vaccination (revaccination).
  • In the case of a buyer from another country, the puppy is sent after a three-week quarantine following complete vaccination.
  • At the time of shipment, the puppy has a microchip, a document of origin, and a veterinary passport with the necessary vaccinations.


  • We assist in the delivery of a puppy to another city or country.
  • We use the services of legal carriers. The delivery of a puppy is carried out with communication with the courier, providing regular photo and video updates.
  • The buyer covers the delivery costs after agreement on all details and approval.
  • The payment for a puppy by an international buyer can be facilitated through the courier company's intermediation (due to the current limitations on certain types of transfers).

Disputed situations

  • All possible specific additional questions and nuances that may arise during the purchase of the puppy are regulated through communication with the breeder.

We always remain open for communication and interaction with the owners of our puppies

We provide consultation, advice, assistance, and always welcome feedback

We hope that the buyers of our puppies become not just customers but also our friends