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Where your future puppy comes from is something every responsible puppy parent should be aware of. All of our SUPERSTAR puppies come from highly qualified and reputable breeders from around the country. Each breeder we work with is licensed, registered, and USDA inspected with no direct violations on their inspection reports. We provide our breeders’ information with every puppy.


All of our puppies are up to date on their required vaccinations, keep in mind your vet may suggest more vaccinations and boosters as the puppy gets older. Puppies under 16 weeks may require additional vaccines at later stages; it can be unsafe to provide these all at once.


Yes, all of our puppies are microchipped before purchase. You will be given the opportunity to register it at the time of purchase. It is extremely important to register your puppy's microchip. If your puppy should ever become lost, there is a good chance that your puppy will be recovered if it has a registered microchip. In a pup’s lifetime, one out of three will become lost. Without enrollment registration and identification about ninety percent will not be recovered.


Yes! All of our puppies find their forever home, most of our puppies find their homes within a week or two. Of course some puppies take longer than others, typically the older the puppy gets the cheaper they get which can be a perfect option for people on a tighter budget!


All our available puppies are listed on our website, which receives regular updates. Puppies that have just become available will appear on the page, and puppies who are no longer available will be removed. All puppy pricing, availability, and descriptions are believed to be accurate, but we do not warrant or guarantee such accuracy. To confirm pricing, availability, and descriptions of our puppies, please call, email, or text message the store.


Are your puppies registered?
Some, but not all, of our puppies, are registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC), the largest and most prominent registry. Not all of our dogs are registered because it is up to the breeder’s discretion to register them. Registered puppies come with a certificate of pedigree, meaning that their purebred lineage and family history have been marked into the registry company’s studbook. This does not determine the quality or health of the puppy but only certifies that the puppy is the offspring of a named registered purebred pairing.

Are there any financial plans for buying a puppy?
Please visit our financing page to view our third-party financing plans.

What does it mean to have a registered puppy?
Breeder registration and puppy registration are handled separately. A registered breeder is recognized by that registry as compliant with their standards.

When a puppy is registered, it means that the registry recognizes its pedigree and bloodline as being accurate. A puppy registered as a purebred is recognized by that registry as having a pure bloodline.

Some registries will also accept mixed breeds and purebreds without established bloodlines. These registrations will be labeled differently than standard registration and are accompanied by different perks.

What are the differences between the various pet registries?
Some registries only offer closed registration to dogs with established pedigrees through their own registries. In some cases, registration is limited for dogs without breeding rights. Sometimes a registry will offer open registration for any dog, or only for dogs who meet certain requirements like a pedigree from another registry.

In most cases, there is no real difference in the quality of a dog from different registries. While many people recognize AKC as the “best” registry, they do not allow dual registry except in rare cases. While this ensures that AKC-registered dogs’ purebred status, new dogs can’t be introduced into the gene pool. For this reason, many breeders will use registries that allow registration of dogs with pedigrees established outside of their registry.

An unregistered dog may still be purebred.

There are many different pet registries in the USA, and even more throughout the world. These registries include:
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