We are very proud to be a member of The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme therefore all puppies leave Jalhar with food, chews and a Puppy Wallet containing the things you need to know. All puppies will be Kennel Club Registered, they will have 4 weeks free insurance, they are heath checked, micro-chipped, socialised and have written information on training, feeding, worming etc. They will have had their first injection and are wormed up to date of leaving. All puppies have a sales contract and post sales advise, a life-long commitment we are happy to offer, and bookings are taken anytime from informed loving homes.

To find out what puppies are available or when we plan our next litter please contact us for details. Our procedure is to take your enquiry and, if suitable, you book a puppy.  We will then inform you when the bitch is mated, when she is in whelp by scan, when the litter is born, and you then view the litter. A none refundable deposite of £200 pounds is taken when you choose the puppy from us and the full balance is paid on collection of your puppy. You may not be able to choose your puppy at the first visit as we keep puppies to show ourselves, therefore we allow people to choose after ourselves to ensure we keep puppies we think will show well.

If you are considering a puppy  get in touch we us to book as soon as possible as we get a large number of enquiries. We really try to be fair with everyone but some times we wont produce the sex you want or may have a different colour to what you would like as this is the unpredictable nature of breeding. Once you have been to view the puppies we are happy for you to visit a few times as they grow so you can enjoy the puppies delvelopement as much as we do. We are also quite happy to export our puppies to loving forever homes for pet or to show and have our dogs so far in the USA, Italy, Jersey, Northern Ireland and Isle of Mann.



All our puppies are raised with our children and grandchildren; see photos below of Sasie’s final litter.

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