How to Adopt One of Our Border Collie Puppies
At Shadewood Farm, we take the raising of our border collie puppies very seriously. We want to give the pups and their future family every opportunity for a successful and loving future. Below is the process for adopting one of our border collie puppies.
Step 2: Submit your Puppy Questionnaire
We take placement of our puppies very seriously. Our puppy questionnaire is designed to help us understand your household, family, lifestyle and what qualities you are looking for in a puppy.
If we don’t feel that we have a puppy suitable for you, we may give you some alternatives.
Step 3: Let’s Talk!
After reviewing your completed questionnaire, if we think a Shadewood border collie puppy would be a good fit for you and your family, we will contact you to set up a phone call and/or a farm visit.
Step 4: Submit Your Deposit
If we both decide to work together to find the right puppy for you and your family, we will send you an email with a deposit form.
You will need to send a deposit and a completed deposit form in order to hold your place.
Step 5: Prepare for Your New Puppy
We will email you puppy updates and help you get ready to bring home your new family member. Whitelist us by adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts to ensure you receive our emails.
Read our emails so you can prepare for your new addition. This includes setting up a veterinarian visit and finding a local puppy class.
Step 6: Pick up Your New Puppy
On the mutually agreed upon date and time, come pick up your new family member.
Our new puppy families are sent home with our “Good Start Puppy Pack” filled with information, helpful tips, litter blanket, puppy food and other goodies to get you and your new puppy off to a good start. And we remain to be an available resource to our pet owners throughout their dog’s life.
What People are Saying About our Dogs…
“We have never purchased a pup from someone who was so well organized and knowledgeable about their breed. Harriet, I am glad you insisted on a puppy class. It has made such a difference with Jude. He is really a part of our family.”
“It had been a long time since I had had a puppy so I needed a little hand-holding. I had a lot of questions. Harriet was there to help me through. Some people will sell you a pup then leave you high and dry, but not Harriet. Thanks.”