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Guardian Home

The guardian program allows us to grow our program and continue to better our breeds, without sacrificing any of our dogs happiness and need for love and attention. While we want to keep all of our dogs with us, we understand that they will be happier with more one on one attention than we can give them.

As a guardian home, you are the permanent home for one of our breeding dogs while they are in our program. Once they are retired (and spayed/neutered at our expense), full ownership transfers to the guardian family and they get to keep the dog forever.

Becoming a Guardian Home gives you the opportunity to have one of our puppies or young adults as a family pet while he or she remains in our program at no upfront cost to you!

By offering the guardian program, we are able to ensure that our dogs get to live the best possible lives in a loving, caring home where they receive as much one on one attention as possible.

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DOES IT COST TO BECOME A GUARDIAN?

WHAT ABOUT TRANSPORTATION?

WHAT IS GUARDIAN RESPONSIBLE FOR?

Guardians are responsible for giving loving and safe home for our dogs.

Guardians are responsible for all “regular” dog care including providing food, treats, toys,grooming etc. They are also responsible for normal vet care that is not breeding related. 

Facilitating breeding's and working with us- and communicating with us being flexible.

No, you will receive a top quality dog that has been hand selected by us to remain in our program at no upfront cost!

Guardians are responsible for all transportation to and from us. If you have a female, then you will also be responsible for taking her to to us for an ultrasound.

WHAT IS BREEDER RESPONSIBLE FOR?

The breeder is responsible to supply the guardian with a healthy Yorkie or Biewer pup.

Provide guardian with instructions concerning dietary guidelines for the dog, and instructions regarding preventative health.

Cover any and all costs related to breeding.

WHAT DO I REQUIRE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A GUARDIANSHIP?

Potential Guardians must live in the south-eastern Manitoba region, with commitment to stay in this region for 5 years. We like guardians that are communicative and willing to work with us in the best interest of the dog. Families need to be able to financially supply everything required to raise a puppy. A home with enough room to provide adequate exercise with means to fence or restrain pup for reasons of safety.

DO I NEED TO SIGN A CONTRACT?

Yes we require guardians to sign a contract, it outlines every detail so that both the breeder and guardian know what is expected of them. It protects both parties and creates a greater chance of success. Contracts are up when five years have past from time of signing the contract. If the breeder decides to retire the dog early, or if the pup has been surrendered by guardian for whatever reason, the contract at that point will be null and void. If you'd like more info about the terms the contract contains, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to provide a copy of the contract for you to view.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DECIDE I DON’T WANT MY DOG BRED?

Becoming a guardian home for one of our dogs is a huge commitment and a decision that should not be made lightly. Please keep in mind that we are retain full legal ownership of the dog until they are retired from our program and guardians have a legal obligation to follow the contract. Our dogs are very high quality and have been hand selected to benefit and improve our program further.

Becoming a guardian home is not for everyone! Please consider this commitment carefully.

Our Guardian program is open to Manitoba residents only. To apply fill out the application below

HOW DO I APPLY TO BECOME A GUARDIAN FAMILY?

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