Tip of the Ozarks Puppies

Tip of the Ozarks Puppies strive to provide families with healthy, happy puppies.

Steps to Start the Adoption Process 

Step 1: Have you decided on the breed of puppy that interest you the most? This required lots of research on their grooming, temperament, and common health problems within the breed.

Step 2: Have you ask enough questions to make a through decision to adopt one of our puppies? We want you to be fully informed of any information pertaining about us or our puppy.

Step 3: Have you been provided a copy of our purchase contract and health guarantee to review? Just ask for the paperwork to be mailed to you, either regular mail or electronically.  We ask for this to be read, understood, and completed before we accept any deposits or payments.

Step 4: Have you secured your deposit or payment for your new puppy? We require a deposit to hold any of our puppies. The contract and guarantee doesn't hold your puppy. These documents only show your interest in this particular puppy. 

Step 5: Have you and I discussed the pick up or shipping method and date of your new puppy? Normally, this step occurs when we fill out the purchase contract, although some families are still deciding at this time.

Step 6: Have you made the vet appointment to ensure that your health guarantee is valid? We ask that your vet appointment be scheduled before you pickup your new puppy. Also, have your vet's emergency contact information on hand for future references.

Step 7: Have you reviewed all pages on our website to ensure that you, your home, your garden, and your puppy are ready for their new environment? This would also include learning any signs to look for in case of a needed vet visit.  

 

Testimonials

  • "I didn't actually directly purchase my puppy from Tip of the Ozarks. A friend of mine did and they found after a week that they weren't puppy people. I purchased Meg (the former..."
    Mary Marsh
    Happy Momma
  • "We have had Jax (Doug) about one month. We love him to death. He is so spunky and cuddly all at the same time. We could not get him use to crate. I think 5 mo might be to old to..."
    Satisfied Mom

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