Olive & Bailey Puppies
Dates to Remember!
Born - September 8, 2020
Deworming - Sept 22, Oct 6 & 20
Vet Visit (exam, vaccines & microchip) - Oct 28, 2020
Trainer Evaluation & Puppy Allocation -
Oct 27-29, 2020--TBD
Meet your Pup - October 9, 2020 (est) (times TBD)
Go Home Day - November 4, 2020, unless pre-arranged.
Training Should Start The Week You Take Your Puppy Home! A well behaved puppies is a happy puppy!
First Vet Appointment with YOUR vet should be with 72 hours of pick up - Schedule that now, you cannot get your second set of vaccines at this point.
2nd Vaccine In Puppy Series - Nov 16 boradatella & canine flu vaccine!
3rd Vaccine In Puppy Series - Dec 7
4th Vaccine in Puppy Series - Dec 28
Lepto - January 4, 2021
**New studies show that many puppies immune systems are not able to accept the Parvo vaccine when given at the 6-12 week mark. It is suggested they get a booster at the 18 week mark to ensure they are covered.
Parvo Booster - January 12, 2021 (I'm happy to send you info on it for your vet, as you will likely get some resistance.)
**Rabies Vaccine Based On Your State Law; Rabies should not be given in conjunction with ANY other vaccine as it is a very aggressive vaccine.
(should be after ) January 11, 2021
3 year Rabies vaccine- January 2022
Titer for distemper and parvo antibodies. Perform Vaccinate for rabies virus according to the law, except where circumstances indicate that a written waiver needs to be obtained from the primary care veterinarian. In that case, a rabies antibody titer can also be performed to accompany the waiver request.
Your puppy needs to be spayed/neutered by March 8, 2021; schedule this appointment EARLY!
Olive & Bailey
Olive & Bailey
Medium (25-35 lbs)
black, cream & chocolate
Due September 2020 (est)
Go Home November 2020 (est)
Reservation List - FULL
Please remember that in a picture you cannot see everything about a puppy. A puppy may hold its ears flat, or forward, or have chin slightly tipped so muzzle looks shorter or longer, etc. It is very easy for families to make all sorts of assumptions based on a picture, and in almost every case those assumptions about looks or personality are completely inaccurate. When these puppies are viewed in person and moving around, there are very little noticeable differences between them. All the puppies will have very similar coats and be almost the same color. Also remember that it is very important for us to assess personality and temperament when determining what sort of environment each puppy will be best suited to. Although I'm sure very family will fall in love with a certain picture or face, we ask that you remember we cannot place puppies simply based on a "feeling" a family has about a particular puppy. Thanks for understanding that we need to carefully assess temperament and work with a trainer at 7 weeks of age to figure out which puppy is best suited for your family, as well as which family is best for each puppy. Both sides of the situation need to be considered as our priority is forever homes.