Courtesy Posting:

Jemma and Yogi Litter Born Feb.14th 2018!!!

all pups are sold

 Yogi and Jemma IMG_7633 Large Web view


Past Gaardog Puppies:


SOLD  Karly and Yogi Litter born Jan. 6th, 2017         –          click here to see more





The following is INFO for Gaardog pups only, please contact seller directly if Courtesy Posting:

All pups have 1st 2 shots, wormed,and come with a health and hip guarantee, AKC registration, puppy kit, collar, leash, and toy.


Prices for pets are $850-900 – AKC-ltd.registration,
for 1st pick pets are $950-1050 – AKC-ltd.registration,
and for breeders $1250-1550 – AKC full registration.

In addition, a 6% sales tax for ND residents.


 Deposits for all litters are $200 (AKC ltd), $300 (AKC ltd -1st pick),  or $400 (AKC full) and non-refundable

The waiting list order is determined by the date you first contact me asking to be put on the list, and whether you want a breeding pup or first pick pet. The first 1 to 3 pick(s) are reserved for “AKC full” and “AKC ltd first pick” pups. This is both for male and female pups separately. I then ask you to contact me again when you see the litter is taking deposits, before you send in your deposit. The choice of pup from a litter is not made until the results of the Puppy Aptitude Test are in, at 7 to 8 weeks old.

  Pay me securely with your Visa or MasterCard through PayPal!

You can place a deposit with a credit card by clicking on the PAY NOW button below.
Please contact me about a puppy first before doing so.

                                                                  Deposit for AKC puppy

Rose and Yogi pups

Or you can send a postal money order through the mail to the address below.

Or do a bank wire transfer.

  Payments are accepted on our puppies as long as the puppy is paid in full prior to shipping. 

We accept personal checks but have to allow at least 2 weeks to clear.

Prepare for your new puppy !

PeOdwk6f1m5m7Cindy Moore’s  quick critical information list:

  • Never hit a young puppy.

  • Praise exuberantly.

  • Be consistent with your dog, rather than harsh.

  • Don’t allow biting, but only correct after 14 weeks (yelp and replace hand with toy before that)

  • Never correct a dog after the fact.

  • Dogs need new experiences with other people, dogs and places, when very young to get socialized.

  • Praise exuberantly.

  • Dogs need successes and less correction before full maturity so they can develop confidence.

  • Train your dog in order to establish communication and give it purpose, and make it tolerable.

  • Dogs need to be in a dominance hierarchy with everyone; if you are not above your dog, you will be below it.

  • Praise exuberantly.

  • Dominance over a dog is achieved with leadership, never harshness.




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