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At Twelvetrees we ask that all potential puppy homes fill out our application. The application helps us to determine whether our puppies are a good match with you, your family and your lifestyle. We require that all potential puppy homes agree to include the puppy or dog as a family member. All Twelvetrees puppies and dogs are required to live indoors with the family and have outdoor access. We do not allow our puppies or dogs to go to homes to live in kennels, runs or crates. Crates may be used indoors for training purposes for no longer than 3-4 hour periods and maybe used indoors overnight for sleeping and to assist with housebreaking. All our puppies are sold on a AKC limited registration basis. This means they are AKC registered dogs but may not be used for breeding. AKC will not issue a registration number to any of the off spring belonging to a dog with limited registration. They cannot be shown in conformation shows or field trials. They are eligible to be shown in obedience, agility, rally, retriever hunting trials, tracking and they are eligible to become service dogs and may even earn titles. Twelvetrees reserves the right to refuse a sale to anyone, for any reason, at any time.

People who are interested in a Twelvetrees puppy or dog must agree to feed a high quality dog food (4 or 5 stars on the dog food advisor list) or a raw - natural diet. They must agree to a minimal exercise plan while their puppy is growing up for at least the first 2 years. They must also follow our recommended minimal vaccine protocols and be willing to perform titers before vaccinating. They must also be willing to forego using flea and tick treatments on their puppies and dogs and to try using alternative solutions. They must willing to forego spaying/neutering before the age of one year old. Lastly we recommend taking your new puppy/family member to your vet within the first 72 hours of ownership for a vet check.