AVAILABLE DOGS
This is a page where I list dogs we have produced or purchased which are over 8 weeks of age that are looking
for homes.
These dogs may be from several situations.

  • They could be dogs we were hoping would be a part of our breeding program and for numerous
    possibilities did not quite end up being what we had hoped for.
  • They may be puppies of ours that have come back from their owners for some reason and they are now
    looking for a new home.
  • They could be dogs we have used in our breeding program who are now retired and looking for their
    retirement home.
  • or they may be dogs who are looking for co-owners
Every dog on this page will be priced individually based on the reason they are for sale.
Chances are they will NOT be discounted to a lower price.

We occasionally have older pre-trained dogs for sale at additional costs. We have likely kept them back to
decide between 2 puppies in a litter which one to keep, we have put extra vaccinations into them, they are
crate trained, leash trained, and have learned a wide variety of commands from obedience, manners and tricks.
We have taken these dogs with us for extra socializing leaving other dogs home. Our time is not free so these
pre-trained dogs are priced higher than typical dogs that we have not put so much individual time and energy into.

If you have any questions about any of the dogs listed on this page please don't hesitate to contact us for more
information.
Located In Midland, Ontario, Canada
UPDATED FEBRUARY 15 2019
PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL ME ASKING IF I HAVE ANYTHING AVAILABLE.
If or when ANYTHING comes available for sale I will post it the same day and update it regularly.
Seriously, why would I have a dog available for sale and not advertise it?
If I do not advertise it, it can not find a new home.  
If it's not listed here I do not have it. You do not need to email me asking.
I promise no matter what day you are looking at this page. It is 100% up to date!  
The dogs below are the only adult dogs we have for sale.

Prices are firm. If you ask me if I would consider dropping the price, not only will I not drop
the price I will no longer consider you for a potential home. So don't ask. The price on each
dog is more than fair.  

Any questions that are not clearly answered here you can email me for more information.  
ALL DOGS ARE SOLD AS PETS. NO BREEDING ALLOWED.
CO-OWN ONLY
IMPACT
CO-OWN ONLY - NOT FOR SALE
You MAY NOT neuter him
You MAY NOT over vaccinate him
You MAY NOT use monthly pesticides on him
You MAY NOT allow him to become obese by MY sandards of ideal weight.
You MUST keep him on raw regardless of what friends, family or your vet says. If you can not follow through on any of the above for any reason he is to be returned to us.
These stipulations are not open for negotiation so if the above does not fit in with your lifestyle, then do not ask us about Impact.

We wish to keep Impact as a part of our breeding program but in his older age he is becoming pushy with out younger boys. We do not have a lot of plans for him,
but his genetics are worth keeping around and we do have a few plans for him in the future so he is not for sale, co-own only.
The co-own is for life. Males can easily breed until they are 12, so he has a lot of breeding life left in him since he is only 6 years old.
We would like to see him as an only dog or with 1 spayed female and yes i will ask for proof of spay from a vet with microchip information to prove she is spayed.
He needs to go to a house with a large yard that he can run in, he is used to living in the country with a lot of free run time and not being cooped up.
He is VERY affectionate, he is allowed on furniture, he loves to cuddle. If you don't want a dog on your furniture this is not the dog for you.
He is great with cats and children, we have had house pigs and a house rabbit and he has been great with them as well.
My one stipulation for him is that his co-own home does disc work with him, 1-2 competitions a year locally just for fun but to get him out and enjoy what he loves best,
playing frisbee. He never needs to get titles but we want him to have the best life possible if he is leaving us.
If we need him back for testing/breeding etc you must be able to deliver him to us on short notice if we are not able to get to him due to puppies arriving etc.
So distance from us should be reasonable. No farther than about 2 hours from the Barrie area.
We are planning to move within a year, while we are trying to stay local there is a very small chance we may leave the province and if that happens he has to be returned
to come with us.
He is to come back to me for all regular vet care, including 3 year vaccines. We cover everything while he is in our care as well as anything directly related to breeding
however anything medical outside of breeding that may come up while in your care such as broken bones, fractured teeth, eating something he shouldn't etc is the
responsibility of the co-own family.  
If you'd like more information or to meet Impact please feel free to contact us.
We understand co-owning is not for most people, and is very hard on children so we need to make sure if he leaves it is the right home.
ALOHA
CO-OWN ONLY - NOT FOR SALE
You MAY NOT spay her.
You MAY NOT over vaccinate her
You MAY NOT use monthly pesticides on her
You MAY NOT allow her to become obese by MY standards of ideal weight.
You MUST keep her on raw regardless of what friends, family or your vet says. If you can not follow through on any of the above for any reason she is to be returned to us.
These stipulations are not open for negotiation so if the above does not fit in with your lifestyle, then do not ask us about Aloha.

We wish to keep Aloha as a part of our breeding program but she is not regular in her cycles in our home with so many other girls so we think she would be happier
spending time in an active pet home and only having a couple of litters for us.
The co-own is for no less than 3 litters of puppies. So at least 3 years or longer depending on her cycles.
We would like to see her as an only dog or with 1 neutered male as a companion, and yes i will ask for proof of neuter from a vet with microchip information to prove he is
neutered and not a threat to breed her.
She needs to go to a house with a large yard that she can run in, she is used to living in the country with a lot of free run time and not being cooped up.
She is VERY affectionate, she is allowed on furniture, she loves to cuddle. If you don't want a dog on your furniture this is not the dog for you.
She is great with cats and children, we have had house pigs and a house rabbit and she has been great with them as well.
She does have a bit of food resource guarding around other dogs, specifically other females, which is why we'd like to see her with a male or as an only pet.
My one request for her is that her co-own home does something with her, obedience, rally, disc, agility, dock diving, what ever you and her enjoy together.
1-2 competitions a year locally just for fun but to get her out and doing something. She never needs to get titles but we want her to have the best life possible if she is
leaving us.
When we need her back for testing/breeding etc you must be able to deliver her to us on short notice if we are not able to get to her due to puppies arriving etc.
So distance from us should be reasonable. No farther than about 2-3 hours from the Barrie area.
We are planning to move within a year, while we are trying to stay local there is a very small chance we may leave the province and if that happens she has to be returned
to come with us.
She is to come back to me for all regular vet care, including 3 year vaccines. We cover everything while she is in our care as well as anything directly related to breeding
however anything medical outside of breeding that may come up while in your care such as broken bones, fractured teeth, eating something she shouldn't etc is the
responsibility of the co-own family.  
If you'd like more information or to meet Aloha please feel free to contact us.
We understand co-owning is not for most people, and is very hard on children so we need to make sure if he leaves it is the right home.

In the event she does not come into season within 18 months from her last cycle we will then seriously consider an outright sale instead of a co-own.

Please contact us for more information.