56925 Yucca Trail PMB 109 Yucca Valley CA 92284 (760)-464-5513
How to Purchase a Puppy From Us
1) Contact us via phone, email, or text.
4) Take a look at our Deposit form before making a deposit. Once you have read the form then you can place a deposit to reserve your place in line, you can do this on the about us page of our website.
5) Once the puppy is six weeks old, make your final payment via check, Square, PayPal, money order, Zelle, Venmo or a bank deposit.
6) Once the puppy is altered at eight weeks of age, it can go home as soon as the next day.
What's Included in the Price?
Please check out our puppy package to find out.
First, How Much Do Our Schanuzers Cost?
Our puppies cost anywhere from $2,000 for Minis to 5,500 for TeaCups depending on their size, and how rare the color is such as Red/Wheatens or Black & Rust's which are the rarest color on the market today.
Why Are Our Prices What They Are?
To us, it does not matter what other breeders have decided to charge. Whether there's is higher or lower than what we charge, our prices have nothing to do with competing with others. What I can tell you is that $2,500 – $5,500 is a pretty typical price range for a high caliber puppy regardless of its breed. We offer some of the best quality puppies available today. Also, some of our dogs have been on PetSmart commercials and have had their pictures on bags of dog food.
When people research purchasing a high-quality puppy from a breeder, they are often astounded to discover what quality breeders charge for a pet puppy. They think that the breeders must be making a generous income. However, what the public often fails to see or take into consideration is all the "overhead" or "behind the scene" costs involved in running a reputable breeding program. Our breeding program is not cheap for us to run because we do not believe in shortchanging our breeding poochies or their puppies to save costs. They receive the very best in everything, and as impressive as that is, it is also costly to upkeep.
The pay rates and annual salaries for dog breeder vary based on far too many factors to put on this page. How much a breeder charges for their puppies comes down to personal decisions based on how much they actually set back into their breeding program. Keep in mind, higher priced puppies don't always mean the breeder is making a higher salary. Also, with more breeding dogs comes higher expenses, so again, more dogs don't always mean a higher wage either. Remember, a lot of money goes back into our dogs, especially since we are not short-changing them.
Here are a few expenses we have to take out of any puppy money we get. It's important to remember that these monthly bills don't drop just because we don't have puppies for sale during those few months.
Puppy Pack Costs
Spay & Neuter Costs
Taxes at the end of each year
Water Bills to Wash Everything
Website Managers & website fees
Routine Vet Bills and Dental Cleanings
Unexpected Vet Bills ( such as C-sections)
Electric bills to heat or cool them year round
Professional Photography / Props & Backdrops
Grooming Supplies or grooming bills (clippers, wash tubs, dryers, etc..)
Office Supplies (such as ink and paper for all of our documents/paperwork).
24 hr care for pups/moms (We don't just turn out the lights at 5 pm and call it a day. We also do not leave our dogs unattended for 8 hrs a day to work another job).
And so much more I could not even fit it all on this page if I tried...