The waiting list below is for future litters. If you pick the breeding you prefer you will only be contacted for that breeding. "Next Aval" you will be contacted as soon as a spot opens in order of deposit. Once a litter is born we wait until they are 1-2 weeks old to start moving people up. To get on the waiting list visit the Puppy Questionnaire page

                         

                          

                             

                           Waiting List

              

              

               Jeremy V. –Male (Gunner x TAI only) Est. October time frame

                Glenn F. – Female (Gunner x TAI only)Est. October time frame                              Sheldon H. - Female ( Gunner x TAI only) Est. October time frame

               Nate - Female  ( Gunner x TAI only )Est. October time frame                                  Mario M - Any Gender ( Winter 2021 )

               Tayler T. - Male ( Gunner x TAI only )Est. October time frame

              Jessica S. - Male (Winter 2021) 

              Christian R. - Male (Gunner x TAI only)Est. October time frame

              Robert C. - Female ( Gunner x TAI only )Est. October time frame

             Alina D. - Male (Winter 2021 - 2022)

             Chantal V. - Female  (Winter 2021)

            Todd F. - Female (Next Aval)(Waiting but contact anyway)

                 Deborah N. - Female (Next Aval) (Winter 2021)

             Leonard S. - Male (Gunner Only)

             Sims E. - Male (Gunner Only)

             Christopher H. - Female (December only or after)

             Matt L. - Male (Gunner only)

             Vanessa G. - Male (Tai, Kore, Link)

             Jenny L. - Female (Next Aval)

           

           

                          

                           

       

       

       

      

          

       

         

              

                      

             

                 

                           

                 

                
       

                         Payment Methods

We take deposit over the phone with Square but the Puppy Balance Must Be Paid In Cash The Day Of Pick Up We will not release the puppy if you forgot to bring the remaining balance in cash.

                 

                      

             When Will I Get A Puppy ?

We will contact you in order of deposit once it's time for you to move up to a list once the litter is born. It depends on when you placed your deposit, for what specific breeding and how many people are in front of you on the waiting list. A breeding is scheduled once we have a full waiting list for that specific pairing. Their cycles vary (6 months - 8 months) If the Dam is not due to come in heat 7 months after you placed your deposit even if you are 1st on the list for a puppy you still have to wait 7 months for their cycle to return. Pregnancy is an average of 63-68 days, and if it's a success and puppies are born healthy there is still a 2 month wait until they can leave. You are expected to wait at least 1 year from when deposit is placed. A pregnancy is not always a 100% guarantee at times there may be a false pregnancy or loss just as in humans. A fetus or multiples may pass in utero which can result in a small litter being born this is completely out of our control. Our main focus is a healthy pregnancy and healthy mom and babies. We have seen 1 to 14 puppies born and each litter the numbers vary. Our waiting list is in order of deposit you can specify that breeding you prefer but there is no guarantee you will get a spot on that litter. It all depends on the number of males and females born and what number you are in line.

 

    

 

 

When will I know which puppy I'm paired with?

You will find out which puppy we pair you with the 8th week.

Puppies are matched based on temperament and drive as well as the information you provide in your puppy questionnaire form. We do not take coat color preference in consideration at all We will match you with the best puppy we feel fit. If you are familiar with the breed you know the Malinois high energy and extreme drive can make them hard to handle if paired with someone looking for a more low drive puppy. Therefore we choose where each puppy goes based on the owners experience with the breed and exactly what their looking for in their new Malinois. We do not guarantee temperament or drive the day you pick up your puppy you will see how they act. Keep in mind they are babies it takes time for them to transition in a new environment.

 

Scheduling Puppy Pick Up Appointment

 

Puppies leave at 8 weeks of age it is your responsibility to respond to our calls and messages regarding your puppy. When the time is near to confirm and schedule your appointment I will send a message or call everyone on the list to schedule a pick up day and time usually the 7th week. We normally have pick ups the weekend before and after depending on which day the puppies turn 8 weeks. We will not hold a puppy if we have made several attempts to contact you with no response it takes time to place puppies. We suggest sending a text at least a week before they turn 8 weeks confirming you 100% want the puppy and will pick up the puppy.

>Puppy Starter Program< If you would like to enroll your puppy in puppy starter you must send remaining balance of the puppy $1250 + $300/weekly by the day your puppy turns 8 weeks payment over the phone with Square or you are welcome to come in person cash only.

           Air/Ground Shipping

Delta Airlines is not shipping as of June 2020 because of COVID the only shipping available is Ground you will need to arrange pick up through a ground shipper I will list some below

  Bailey's Pet Transport (479) 518-0748

  Pet Relocation (512) 362-6100 

  Worlds Pet Travel (214) 396- 5070

  

        When You Bring Your Puppy Home

It is time to start prepping for your little Maligator or Maliangel, puppy proofing your home and property anywhere you plan on taking your puppy needs to be safe for them to run and play. Our adult Malinois are secured in 10x10x6 welded wire kennels that are closed on on top so they are escape proof we also have a 8ft fence. If you are crate training we suggest putting the crate somewhere away from the bedrooms such as a laundry room or garage somewhere with good air flow. The first weeks are the hardest getting them used to the crate they will cry and howl invest in some good ear plugs for the whole family. Do not put the crate near anything they can pull inside the crate such as curtains. Putting them in a dark room with even a sound machine is good they are raised inside our dog room which has the washer and dryer as well as a radio so they are used to noise. We do not suggest leaving your puppy in a crate longer then a typical bedtime or going for errands during the day or they will potty in the crate or attempt to chew through the crate even break the locking mechanism. We have a welded wire metal puppy pen inside that is 40 inches tall here's the link Amazon Puppy Pen we have multiple sets that we connect together. Once your puppy is tall enough they will attempt to climb out it's important to either set up a secured kennel outside or crate train so when you leave the house you know they will be ok we also have Samsung security cameras outside and Nest cameras inside so we can watch them when we leave the house.

       

        Puppy Health & Vet Visits
 
Your puppy will leave up to date on all age appropriate vaccines & dewormings, which are outlined in your puppies health record. We ask that you  continue with the puppies vaccine and deworming schedule.

Puppies should have received all vaccines including rabies at 16 weeks 
We ask that you DO NOT bring your puppy anywhere without good reason until one week after their final vaccination because they will not have full immunity against diseases until that point. 
Public places such as (dog parks,pet stores,grooming salons,dog trails) do not always require to see a vaccine record.
We DO NOT warranty communicable diseases,we take precautions while your puppy is here to make sure they do not come in contact with any life threatening diseases.
We know that socialization is very important and we want your puppy to be well socialized. 
There are many ways to do so without allowing them to run and play in areas you don’t know are sanitized. 
Invite friends & family over to meet your puppy just make sure to sanitize floors before and after, parvovirus can be easily tracked in on the bottom of shoes. 

If you want to bring your puppy somewhere so they can see other people hold the puppy or put the puppy in a carrier,wagon,something where they can not walk on the ground.
We DO NOT warranty injury, please make sure to not put your puppy up on high areas such as (the back of trucks,high beds,porches or anywhere left un supervised) that they can fall off or attempt to jump.
Puppy growth plates are not closed until at least 12 months of age and jumping on open growth plates can cause long term damage.

      Canine Viruses / Contagious Diseases

Canine distemper

Symptoms: runny eyes, fever, coughing, vomiting, paralysis

Canine parvovirus (parvo)

Symptoms: fever, lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, weight loss

Canine Coronavirus Disease

diarrhea, lethargy, decreased appetite

 

Kennel cough (Viral or bacterial Pneumonia)

Symptoms: heavy coughing, gagging, lethargy

Lyme disease

Symptoms: pain, loss of appetite, fever, limping

Kidney disease

Symptoms: weight loss, increased urination and thirst, loss of appetite, vomiting

Rabies

Symptoms: fever, pain, tingling or burning at the wound, hyperactivity

    Foods To Avoid Feeding Your Malinois

  Never give your puppy cooked bones at any age, bones can get stuck in intestines  which can cause blockage. If you are interested in feeding raw, introduce slowly, kibble requires a different pH in the gut to digest, feeding raw too soon in large quantities will make your puppy more susceptible to the bacteria in the raw meats.  Never give them raw pork which can cause the parasite infection known as trichinosis which is fatal.

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center Phone Number: (888) 426-4435

Avoid feeding the foods below

  • Alcoholic beverages 

  • Apple seeds 

  • Apricot pits 

  • Avocados

  • Cherry pits

  • Candy (particularly chocolate

  • Coffee (grounds, beans, and chocolate-covered espresso beans)

  • Garlic

  • Grapes no fruit or vegetable seeds or stems

  • Gum

  • Hops (used in home beer brewing) 

  • Macadamia nuts 

  • Moldy foods 

  • Mushroom plants 

  • Mustard seeds 

  • Onions and onion powder 

  • Peach pits 

  • Potato leaves and stems (green parts) 

  • Raisins 

  • Raw Salmon, Pork, or Fish

  • Rhubarb leaves 

  • Salt 

  • Tea (because it contains caffeine) 

  • Tomato leaves and stems (green parts) 

  • Walnuts 

  • Xylitol (artificial sweetener that is toxic to pets)

  • Yeast dough


  Signs Of Food Toxicity 

-Vomiting
-Elevated Heart Rate
-Rapid Panting
-Diarrhea
-Seizures
-Blood in the stool
-Lethargy
-Loss of appetite
-Bruising
-Nosebleeds

 

                Owner Surrender Policy

 

Malinois can be a tough breed to raise if you do not already have hands on experience and we fully understand at times you may have no choice but to re home your puppy. At times if we have space we will accept puppies back with understanding the dog is not to be altered (Spayed or Neutered) or have any aggressive issues they need to be in good physical health and we do require their AKC and current Health Records. It takes time and money to house, feed, vet, train the dog so it is ready to transition into a new home as long as the dog is unaltered with no aggression and in good physical and mental health there's a good chance of re homing them. We do suggest trying everything you can before making this decision since it takes a tole on them emotionally moving home to home. Contact me with any questions (254) 226-5858