Triple Cross Aussies - Texas

Who doesn’t want to visit and meet puppies? We completely understand your desire to see a litter of precious puppies. All of our puppies are raised here and are cared for by our family. We are not open to the public, as a pet store would be. We currently only allow visits from those on our waiting list who have placed a deposit. When the puppies are six weeks of age, we have one visitation day that we schedule visits, after the first series of vaccinations has been received. We ask that you make plans accordingly to visit on that day, or plan to meet your new puppy at eight weeks when you pick them up to go home. We want to do everything we can to ensure that all of our puppies go home to their new families healthy. We are happy to answer any questions you may have prior to placing a deposit. We have many testimonials and references, including that of our veterinarian who has been our veterinarian since 2004.

  1. Puppies have immature immune systems. Our vet has recommended limiting visitors. It is important to limit young puppies’ exposure to disease that could be unintentionally brought in by visitors. They are like human newborn babies, in that it is best to limit handling to a small number of individuals. Diseases that a young puppy can succumb to are often times brought in on shoes and clothing.
  2. New mothers are very protective of their babies. They get stressed by unfamiliar sights and smells, which are brought in by visitors. Stress does cause her body to release cortisol into her milk supply. The puppies in turn ingest the cortisol and it can stress their bodies as well. This can cause thriving issues for puppies.
  3. Puppies are reserved by purchasing families. We have a responsibility to not only our dogs and puppies, but also to those families who are trusting us for a healthy and well-adjusted puppy.
  4. If you have a deposit in place, please plan on visiting at the appropriate time without other pets.

We hope that you view this policy as a reflection of being a responsible breeder, who cares about the well-being of the puppies and mothers, and as a display of fairness to our purchasing families.

Visiting Policy at Triple Cross Aussies

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