What is The Process Like?
We want to include our puppy families in the journey of the puppy’s growth from birth to go-home day! We will show constant puppy updates, curriculum, personality testing, and of course, puppy go-home packages with the precious puppy to join your family!
1. Reservation Fee
Your $500 reservation fee holds your spot for a puppy. This is important because it aids in preferences when we are helping pair a puppy with its future family.
2. Send in Contract and Informational Form
We have a contract and an informational “Get To Know You” form. The Get To Know You form is incredibly helpful to us as we work with the puppies. We can keep a look out for personality traits that would truly complement your lifestyle. It is helpful when doing curriculum: for example, do you live next to a train crossing and want us to adapt the puppy to loud train sounds so they are ready for it when they come home? We can do that!
3. Follow our social media and emails
You get to see so much on our social media pages of the journey. We want to share that with you! After you send in the contract we add you to the Pratt Bulldog Family Emails. We send out specialized information there to personalize the experience more.
4. Personality Testing
Every puppy is unique and special as well as every family is unique and special. We put our puppies through personality testing at 7 weeks old to have a better idea of who the dog will be. We share this with the families to help them know their pup on a deeper level before they join their home.
5. Go Home Day!
We work with you on plans to unite you with your pup. When that day comes, you get a personalized Puppy Go-Home package with your beloved puppy!
6. The Rest Of The Journey
We don’t leave your side as soon as you unite with your puppy. We want to be your support and enjoy your journey with your Leavitt. If any questions you have- we are here! Any funny and sweet stories- we are here! As long as you want to communicate we would love to be a support system for you and that doesn’t stop with go-home day.