Bringing Puppy Home



 If you are shipping by Air-Cargo these things are included

1. Travel Kennel (large enough for puppy to grow into so you can use it at home)

2. Veterinary Inspection Health Certificate for crossing state lines

3. Collar and leash

4. Small water and food dish attached for travel convenience

5. Absorbent material for crate

6. Small Zip lock of puppy food

7. Packet with contract, health records and microchip ID info will be mailed or attached to the kennel

No toys are allowed in travel crate for this type of shipment.

We do all the bookings through United Petsafe only!

If you are picking up your puppy in person

1. Collar

2. Packet with contract, health records and microchip ID info

3. Sample bag of Puppy Food

4. Treats, toy and blanket

If you are traveling by air to pick up your puppy in person

We will meet you at your hotel or the Phoenix airport 2 hours before your flight home.

  1.  Small zip lock of food
  2. Collapsible water dish
  3. Packet with contract, health records and microchip ID info
  4. Collar and Leash

  Here are a few hotels close to the airport


Pet Carriers

Please check the size requirements for soft pet carriers for your specific airline. Puppies are usually less than 8 lbs so here is a link to order a small one that should fit under all airplane seats.  This one is extra small for South West Airlines (smaller under seat space) Has to be 10.5 inches or smaller.  The bigger pups wont even fit in this one.  But please double check! You can order here——–> PET CARRIER

 For Larger Airline requirements order this one! Click here ———-> PET CARRIER 

WE SWITCHED PUPPY FOOD Please order at least one BAG if you plan to switch over.

Image result for diamond naturals puppy food

You can order online or pick up locally at  TRACTOR Supply Company

Or at 

We LOVE this puppy play pen, you can order more than one to make a larger play yard.


You can order online from Amazon HERE we use the 40″ ———–> Puppy Play YARD




Please keep in mind that puppies are very prone to all kinds of parasites. We do our best to keep them under control. It sounds like a lot of de-worming veterinarians recommend de-worming puppies every 2 weeks from 2 weeks old to 8 weeks old and then again at 12 and 14 weeks! Also, your adult dogs should be dewormed at least once a year but you can have your vet do a fecal sample to check at least once a year as well.  If they get diarrah that could be a good reason to have a fecal done.  Please show your puppies health record to your veterinarian at your first appointment. So that they can help you stay on schedule.  You will need to do follow up booster vaccines as well. The first one being a 5 Way 2 to three weeks after the previous shot on his/her record!   Your puppy will have already had the Parvo vaccine and one way combo vaccine before they leave our premise.

Please remember that we don’t always have time to “crate train” your puppy before they leave. Your puppy will be sad and cry for the first few nights.. as most have not been separated from their litter mates before going home with you (at least not over night)  Please be patient and understand that there is an adjustment period.  We do recommend crate training.  By the time the puppies are 8 to 10 weeks old they should be able to “hold it” for a good 5 to 6 hours.  They are less likely to mess in their crate if it’s small.  If it’s too big they will just go to one side and go there. Take your puppy potty last thing before you go to bed. Let puppy whine.. and only take puppy out to potty again if it’s been awhile. You don’t want to teach your puppy that every time it whines you take it out. If you are consistent, it should only take a couple of nights.  Take your puppy to the same spot outside each time, preferably a grassy area. Praise puppy and return to crate. Just like children, do not feed or water puppy right before sleep, that is guaranteed accidents! Please do not hesitate to call or email us for extra guidance. We are happy to help you along this journey.

These are some of our favorite bones. They are made in the US and are all natural. The pork  chin are for soft chewers and the ribs are for older more aggressive chewers.


If anyone would like to order photos or canvas gallery wraps of their puppy.


Please chose photos off your litter’s web page

I try to post new photos every 2 weeks. 1, 3, 5 and 7 weeks! If you order after the 7 week photoshoot, I will drop ship prints right to your doorstep!


© All photos are owned by Sheila King Photography, llc and are not for pubic use without written permission.
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