CASTLE LONGSHANKS PRICING
All puppies include limited AKC registrations.
- Refer to the “Available Litters” page for individual pick order prices.
- Your deposit guarantees the price of your original “Litter Choice”.
- All deposits are non-refundable.
- If you choose to “Pass On” your original “Litter Choice” on or before your assigned “Pick Window” your deposit will be re- assigned to the litter of your choice at the current price of the subsequent litter.
- Payments may be made by cashier’s check to Castle Longshanks by mail or electronic banking – OR through PayPal, ask for details. Send payments in time to clear through our bank. Any collection fees incurred for processing your check will be added to your final purchase payment. Cash payments may be made in person at our kennel location.
- Puppies must be picked up at Castle Longshanks in the 8th week unless other arrangements are made with Castle Longshanks. Boarding costs may apply beyond the 8th week.
- All balances due must be paid by time of pick up at our Kennel location or shipping date.
Prepare to Train Your Puppy
Begin preparing for the training of your new puppy. There is no better window to shape the temperament, personality and level of enjoyment you will get from you new family member than in the next few months starting with the day you pick up your puppy. An undisciplined dog will be, at the least, an aggravation and possibly dangerous to you, your family, neighbors and other animals. An undisciplined dog can do a lot of damage to property. Proper discipline will take time and consistency from you. A well disciplined dog will be obedient at your command off the leash and be a pleasant dog to be with and to take with you on outings. You won’t have to banish him to the garage when company visits.
We recommend you start looking for a good dog training facility. Basic obedience classes are essential. More advanced training will allow him to find purpose and satisfaction in being able to please you with his performance.
You are responsible for the actions of your dog. A poorly behaved dog is the owners fault.