AKC - NSDR/ASDR Registration Pricing
Attention: My Adult Aussies are Dual Registered with ASDR and /or NSDR.
I price my puppies with 2 options. Registered price with full breeding rigts and Pet pricing. If papers are desired on a "pet priced" puppy it will be noted on the application that the puppy is to be registered as a pet only and no breeding rights for registered puppies are allowed. I do not require a spay/neuter contract. What you do with that puppy as an adult is your business. Registration is valuable. It proves at the very least ownership, age, and gives a discription of your dog. I take pride in my breeding program and hope my future puppy owners appreciate that! It takes a lot to get a healthy, happy, and correct breed standard puppy. I put the same effort in all my puppies and when I "Pet Price" a puppy it generally has nothing to do with the quality of the puppy regarding health. It may be a more common color, a larger/smaller size than breed standard, a less than desirable coat quality, or any other qualities outside of breed standard. (Occasionally I get a puppy with a clear genetic fault like an overbite or mis marked [Aussies] and that puppy will only be sold as a pet and should be neutered/spayed. It will not have a registered price.) Generally I will negotiate the Pet Price males that have been here longer (12+ weeks). I will negotiate prices on any of the males desired as pets only. Don't be afraid to ask! If I feel a male will make a good breeder I will note that in the description and will be a little more reluctant to negotiate . I will occasionally run a "Price Blitz" where certain puppies will be pet priced to make room for new ones. You can expect my puppies to be healthy and current on all vaccinations.
Full breeding rights pricing is firm any negotiating will result in "pet pricing"
PET PRICES are reduced off the listed Full NSDR/ASDR Breeding rights price on puppies
Puppies that have been here a while will be marked down and priced with a pet price listing. (Full price for registration still applies)