Parsons Place Aussies
Celebrating 13 Years
..... and loving every minute
I am interested in bringing an Australian Shepherd into our family - what next
We encourage you to make sure you have done your homework learning about the breed. Aussie's are incredible companions but they are not for everyone. They can be medium to high activity dogs and needy of their owners. If you are still confident this is the breed for you then call or send us a message and we would love to help you take the next steps to pair you up with your future Aussie!
*** DO NOT make an impulse purchase, be informed - honest and responsible before adding one of these great dogs to your family!
I have decided I want one of your puppies!
Great! You have made a good decision. You may put down a deposit on a puppy we already have available or you may put down a deposit for a future puppy. Deposits are $400 to hold a puppy until you are ready to pick it up. Once a puppy is chosen the deposit is NON REFUNDABLE, it may however be transferred to another puppy if for some reason you change your mind on the original puppy picked.
We by all means want you to be happy with your new family addition!
**If you have made a deposit on a future puppy, not yet born, and for what ever reason - we do not have a puppy of your liking, you may be refunded the deposit or transfer it to the next available litter.
Do you have a Health Contract?
YES, we give a full health contract on every puppy sold. Our puppies will be guaranteed healthy when they leave our care and guaranteed against any genetic health disorders.
Please contact me if you wish to see a copy of our contract.
What if I have problems or questions after my puppy comes home?
We encourage you to keep in contact with us. I am always available by email, text, Facebook or phone to answer any questions. There are NO dumb questions, Please call if you need anything. It is easy to forget all the advice we may go over during the time you pick up your puppy, so never hesitate to ask.
We have had Aussie's for over 25 yrs, so most likely we can help you!
Are your dogs and puppies Registered?
YES. All our Australian Shepherds - regardless of size are Registered.
All our Aussie's are registered with ASDR, some are registered with MASCA, NSDR, AKC and ASCA.
Does AKC recognize the Miniature Australian Shepherd
No. AKC does not recognize the Mini Aussie. In May 2011 AKC began to accept Miniature and Toy Australian Shepherds under their NEW GIVEN name of the North American Shepherds. This has caused a great division among Mini Aussie breeders. Many (us) included refuse to rename our Miniature Australian Shepherds under this new name given by AKC.
Will my new Puppy Come with Registration Papers?
Not immediately - if sold as a pet - once your puppy has been spayed/neutered you may contact me, send a copy of the vet invoice and at that time I will send you the puppies registration application. Then you may register your puppy with ASDR. Our puppies are sold as Pets/Companions, NOT as breeding dogs. This is our personal practice to help insure each puppy gets a wonderful loving and caring family first and foremost. We also believe there is an overpopulation of pets in the world and a large number of people breeding just for monetary reasons.
----- Please inquire about breeding rights, we may let a Show/Breeding quality puppy go to a responsible breeding home.
What will my Puppy be eating when he comes home?
Your little guy will come home with a small bag of dry starter food. We recommend you keep your puppy on this food for at least the first few weeks of being home. After that if you feel you much change foods then you can start mixing them slowly and wean him off the food he was on. - We feed a high quality puppy food. Such as Fromm, Purina Pro Plan Focus, Nutrisource, Royal Canin etc... Which food depends on the puppies individual needs. So please check with us to see what we are feeding at that time.
What supplies will I need?
All our puppies are started in a litter box from the time they can walk. We Strongly encourage continuing with the litter box for several weeks. Puppies do not have bladder control until 16-20 wks of age, so your puppy will need somewhere to go potty during those times you are unable to take him out. This way the puppy will have a familiar place to go and it will help you also. - We have a link with the needed supplies for the litter box on the menu bar.- We also recommend a puppy exercise pen or a large crate to keep them in when you are not home. - We do have several we like, just message us for those links.