If you would like to talk with us about the possibility of reserving a pup from
one of our litters, please call us at 706-540-9738.
All prospective families are interviewed via phone
before we accept a reserve deposit.
Please read our "Purchasing a puppy" page before calling for your
phone interview or submitting a deposit.
Please note that pups with:
Pups are chosen in
the order that we receive reserve deposits. Once those with reserve deposits have chosen their pup we will update the status
of each pup in the litter.
written in blue above
their pic are still available.
written in red above their pic have been reserved
and are no longer available
written in orange above their pics may become available
within a few days to a week.
on puppies pics for additional information and pictures.
Pending / Blue collar
Pending / Red Collar
Before you decide to reserve a pup,
Please be sure to thoroughly research the
BMD (Bernese Mountain Dog), talk to your vet and check out everything you can about the health, history and traits of any
breed of dog you plan to take home. Every breed of dog has unique personalities, health
risks and requirements. Berners are large breed dogs who do require daily exercise, good nutrition, clean water, regular
vet checkups and should be taught at the minimum basic commands. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have about
the BMD breed, training, feeding, health issues and grooming requirements. We want our families to be happy with our babies
and are always happy to answer questions. Our pups are registered with the American Kennel Club. All of our Pups and
adults are up to date on all vaccinations, dewormings and have been micro chipped. All of our pups come with a written spay/neuter
contract, vet health record, leash & harness, favorite toy, scented towel and are prespoiled for your convenience.
Pups are $2000 w/ limited AKC reg. We require a $500 non-refundable deposit to reserve a pup. Our pups have been micro chipped
with an AKC reunite chip. AKC registration will be sent to you once your pup has been spayed/neutered.