What can I expect when I Reserve a puppy from Daintree?
Being approved for a puppy also means choosing us as your breeder. For our part, we conduct an in-depth screening process involving your application, reference checks, aphoto submission and home visit if possible or phone interview if not. To find out more about us, you may want to review our testimonials page or visit our social media (twitter, tumblr, facebook, or instagram.) This website is chock-full of information as well.
Start with some research. Educate yourself about the breed: conformation standards, possible health issues, grooming requirements, typical traits, activity level, and life expectancy. Knowing characteristics of the breed will prepare you for the application process.
When you decide to apply for a puppy from Daintree Duck Tollers, fill in and submit an application.
A link for the second set of questions will be provided to you upon the completion of the first section.
Part 2 of the application is more in depth, and we will only ask you to fill it in if you seem to be a match based on Part 1 responses.
Daintree will request a few photos of your family and home to get a sense of your lifestyle. We want to see you doing active things that your future dog will be a part of. We want to see your main living area and your yard. This is just to determine if your lifestyle appears suitable for one of our puppies and for the breed in general.
After Daintree has reviewed your application and photos, we will set up a phone call or a home visit if you are local. The call will help us to determine if your home is suitable for a puppy, and answer questions you may have.
We will call your references and ask a few questions. We will also call your landlord if you have one, just to ensure they are comfortable with the addition of a puppy to their property.
Applicants will be informed of your approval for a puppy via email and requested to agree to the terms and conditions before a final commitment is made.
A deposit of $350 CAD is requested to secure a spot on the official wait list, and Daintree's commitment to provide you with a puppy that fits your family within the timeframe discussed.
Local purchasers will pay $3500 CAD (this price does not include applicable taxes- both PST and GST will be added to the total as they apply to live animal sales in British Columbia. I know, but it's the law, sorry!)
Canadian purchasers from a distance will pay $3500 CAD plus shipping expenses.
American and European purchasers will pay 3500 in their currency. European dogs are raised to the age of 4 months to and are required to be picked up in person or delivered by us in person.
Trisha is a wealth of knowledge on the care and raising of puppies and happy to answer any questions you have before or after you have your Daintree Dog. We intend to keep in contact with you and love to hear updates on how our extended families are doing.