Our Waiting List is a for the serious people. If you have decided to get an AKC boxer pup from us, you can put a deposit on a pup before it is born. In order to be on the Waiting List, we have to received your deposit. If the litter you are waiting on does not have the pup you are wanting, you can transfer your deposit to another litter as long as you notify us soon after the puppy pictures are posted on the website. If there is a waiting list already on the next litter, you will be placed on that list according to when you had notified us when you were sending a deposit or when you had decided to transfer. If someone has put a deposit down to have "pick of the litter" then you would be place sometime after them. If you have any questions regarding this procedure, please contact us.
We have had too many people that wanted to be on a waiting list, then when it was time for them to pick out, they either changed their minds or couldn't wait and found another pup. Of course, I was not notified that they had canceled out. I had taken the time to contact them, in which sometimes it took me a while to make contact with them, just to find out they had canceled.
If you are interested in our pups and do not want to put a deposit down until you have seen them, that is fine. Please do not ask me to contact you when the pups are born, as I need to be tending to the pups and their mother.
Please watch the website!
Individual pictures will be generally taken at 3 weeks old.
We are more than happy to have you come and visit us, BUT:
Let me explain.
We can no longer allow visits or pick ups prior to puppies younger than 8 weeks old.
No puppy pick ups on Sundays.
People have asked to come and visit when puppies are two weeks old to see their personalities. You won't see any personality at that age because they are learning to walk, stumble and their eyesight isn't real good yet. They are still nursing. They haven't started solid food yet. Even at four to six weeks they are learning and to be independent. Once they receive their first set of puppy shots they can no longer nurse off of mom. Now they need to adjust to mom not being around so much. By the time they are 8 weeks old, they can adjust to new people and their new home.
Since there is a real danger of diseases which can come into our home and kennel, the puppies are not immuned to and are very susceptible to viruses and bacteria. These viruses, diseases and bacteria can be brought in by visitors. Puppies are vaccinated by our vet with their set of puppy shots.
The horrible side of someone coming to visit, is what, unknowingly could be brought in. I'm talking about Parvo. Parvo can be deadly. If Parvo is brought in, it will have infected the entire litter. Most likely, most in the litter will died. You might have one or two that may survive, but their immune system will be weaker. During the process of trying to save the lives of the poor puppies, we have an extreme amount of work to kill the Parvo. Parvo can kill future litters also if we missed a spot in our whelping box or kennels, not to mention the ground we walk on. Parvo can be brought in on your shoes and clothing. It can be picked up in pet shops, parking lots, dog walks and parks, rest areas, anywhere. You wouldn't even know that you were bringing it in because you can't see it. We want to protect our puppies, our moms and dads plus everything we have worked so hard for. This, we strongly feel, that we must prevent for the health and safety of our dogs and puppies. If you have any questions, please contact us.
The materials offered on this website are intended of educational purposes only. Weepin Oaks Boxers does not provide veterinary services or guidance. Please contact your veterinian in reguarding the care of your animals.