These prices are a guideline depicting where are prices are today and may change at any time based on market prices, demand, etc. If you join the wait list, we do not guarantee that the prices will not change before you are offered a puppy.
Old English Sheepdogs
Male OES $1800
Female OES - $2300
Blue eye - add $250 per blue eye
Black with very little to no white $1700
Black with white blaze on face or neck collar area $1850
Sable with very little white $1850
Sable with white blaze or neck/chest $2000
OES look $2000
Primarily White with black $2500
**Rare colors to include strawberry blond and cream, unique markings on an OES, or white with a sable pattern $2500 - $3000
Training will also increase the price of a puppy after seven weeks. We start training at 4 weeks old. If a puppy is not homed we will continue with house and basic training.
All of our Old English Sheepdogs come with full AKC registration unless there is a reason the dog should not reproduce.
We are open to consulting with those who are thinking about breeding without judgment.
We stay in touch with all families that would like to via our Facebook page.
We are happy to provide information for you to contact our vet and any previous buyers.
Due to the raising crime problem with people visiting kennels, we no longer allow people to visit our home. We do this for the safety of our family and of your puppies. We are open to video chats and phone calls at any time. We also welcome you calling our vet and have many options for references.
We accept deposits via this website or check, your choice. Deposits are non-refundable.
Once you have a puppy on deposit (or are on the waitlist), it is your responsibility to stay in touch with us. If we make three attempts to contact you via the primary channel of communication we have been using to communicate with you, and you do not respond, we will make one last attempt giving you at least 24 hours to respond. If you still do not respond, any deposit will be forfeited and the puppy will placed with another family.
Puppies are released to families at 7 weeks of age with the vets approval. You will need to know the expected transfer date before placing a deposit. If you can not take possession of your puppies by 8 weeks of age, you will be charged $50 per day for boarding, food, and additional training until the puppy is in your possession, and you will be responsible to reimburse us for an 8 week vaccination that will be done at our vet.
We prefer cash for final payment. If you are uncomfortable with cash, you may use this website but will need to pay the 3% fee. Due to scammers and forgery, we do not accept any type of check for final payment.
No, we will not accept a cashiers check for more than the purchase price and give your transport guy cash and one of our precious puppies......GET A JOB!
When the puppy is transferred you will be required to sign a bill of sale which will also be your health guarantee and confirms that you have read all of our Policies on this page. The one thing we ask of you is that you do not resell or rehome the puppy (this includes friends and family). If you can not keep your puppy, we ask that you return it to us. If we find out that a puppy purchased from us was then sold or given to a third party, we will claim a fine of $5000 for breech of contract.
We are happy to personally fly the puppy to you in the cabin of a plane. We will bring the puppy to an airport within 2 hours of your home, hand him to you at baggage claim, and then collect the balance due when your puppy is in your arms. The fee for this service varies depending on ticket prices and is usually in the $500-700 range.
We work with The Doggy Deliverer for delivery to your door or meeting up with you. This is our son, and we can put you in contact with him. When you use him for transportation of your puppy, you can pay the balance when he hands your puppy to you. If you use another service, the puppy will need to be paid for in full before leaving.
We will also meet up within an hour of our home for free if you are coming to pick your puppy up to knock a couple of hours off your trip. We have set places that we meet families and will notify you of those places and dates when you pick a puppy. If you can not meet us at those times, you will need to come to our area to pick up your puppy for pay for a delivery fee.
If you can not keep your puppy, we do have a buy back program. If you decide the puppy is not a fit during the first 10 days, you may return the puppy for a full refund minus the deposit.
During the first year, we will purchase your puppy back for 50% of the purchase price as long as you have vet records and the registration papers. We take these puppies to our vet for a complete check up and to make sure all shots are UTD, then rehome them. We have had great success with this.
After the first birthday of the puppy, we will still require that the dog is returned to us if you can not keep it, but there will be no refund. This policy does not make exceptions for family and friends. This is the only requirement that we ask of families, if you are not willing to abide by it, we are not the breeder for you.
If your vet diagnoses your puppy with a life threatening genetic issue in the first year of his life and that diagnosis is verified by DNA, we will replace the puppy with a puppy of our choosing from our next available litter, after the puppy is returned to us. Returning the puppy is the buyers responsibility.
While we support your freedom to make the decision to breed your dog if you choose to, we do not sell "breeding stock" and will not guarantee that any dog will produce puppies and will not consider refunds or exchanges because a dog can not or should not be bred for any reason. Our puppies are sold as pets first and foremost; and if you will not want your dog if she can not be bred, we are not the breeder for you.
We work with the puppies daily to pass on a puppy that is well mannered and has a mild temperament. However, dogs are dogs and certain behavior is to be expected and dealt with as they grow such as nipping, jumping, even growling sometimes. It is up to you to continue training your puppy after they come into your home. They are like young children and still need to be continually taught how to behave.