We are exceptionally planning 2 litters in 2021 but it may depend on the state of the situation with the Covid 19.
At this time we are unfortunately unable to accept any new applications for our 2021 litters due to such high demand and time constraints on our end. We haven’t set a new date to re-open our process, but be assured that as soon as a date will be set we will update our website and Facebook page.
(*** For those who have already completed our waiting list application form, don’t worry, you are still in the loop ***)
When our list will open up again later this year, we recommend families reach out to us to receive our application form by e-mail.
Thank you so much for your interest in our beautiful breed and if you have any question regarding the Finnish Spitz or our kennel please, feel free to contact us 🙂
Adopting one of our puppies
- Vet checked
- First vaccines set
- CKC registered
What is included
in our adoption fee
As a breeders, I strive to provide my litters with an enriched environment as this has been proven to develop a more confident and easily trained dog. That’s why I am using the Puppy Culture program.
As a dog trainer, I understand how important early socialization is and this starts with a committed breeder. Our puppies are home raised and we practice Early Neurological Stimulation and enrichment exercises to provide you with a puppy who will be more confident, outgoing and who will adjust faster to new situations.
All our puppies have their first vaccines, are vet checked, dewormed, microchipped and are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club.
From the moment they are born, you will get access to the webcam in our nursery, so you will be able to watch your puppy evolve and interact with his siblings and mother.
You will also be allowed to visit your new puppy from 6 weeks old until he is ready to leave for your home. This way you will be able to meet and socialize with your new family member and it will also give us a chance to know each other and answer any question you could still have left regarding the breed or the care of your new companion.