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Yes! All of our puppies are sent home with AKC registration ( LIMITED REGISTRATION ) packets. Once you receive your puppy, it is then your responsibility to register them via mail or online. 

Are your puppies sold with registration?

What does 'limited AKC registration' mean?

Limited AKC registration means that the individual dog is registered, but no litters produced by that dog are eligible for registration. 

Do you test your adult dogs for hereditary genetic disorders?

Absolutely. All of our dogs are tested and cleared for hereditary genetic disorders.

Do you offer a hip guarantee? 

We guarantee your puppy to be free from any genetically caused hip dysplasia for a period of up to 26  months of age. 

How will we get our new puppy home?
Do you ship your puppies?

Our first, and most preferred, choice is to pick up your pup in person. We understand that this is not always possible and some families choose to fly.

If this is the case for you, then you will fly into the Kansas City  or Tulsa, Oklahoma airport where our Nanny or a member of our Echoing Pines family will meet you with your puppy.  You will then be able to fly home with your puppy underneath your seat in an approved pet carrier.

We  do not offer shipping of our puppies in cargo HOWEVER if either of the choices mentioned above isn't an option, we do have our personal  puppy nanny available.  She will fly in the cabin with your puppy and meet you at an airport of your choice with your puppy. This of course would be at an additional cost to buyer. For more information, please read more on our Nanny Service Page  

Can I visit the puppies ?

 Unfortunately we do not allow that at this time. We do not offer visitation until pick up.  There are several reasons why we do not let anyone around the new puppies between birth and 8 weeks – all to protect our dogs and your puppy.  It is extremely stressful for the mom to have strangers visit as she is caring for her new litter. This in turn will put stress on the new born pups.


Most illnesses and diseases are innocently carried on people’s shoes and clothing. Entire litters of puppies can be wiped out within 48 hours by the puppy killer parvo virus. This disease could be picked up unknowingly by people in a school yard, a park, or on a sidewalk, and this is only one disease. We cannot risk exposing our dogs and your puppy to diseases that could destroy them.        

Do you remove Dewclaws?

NO--After much research we have made the decision not to remove Dewclaws...for more information on this subject please watch this  Video About Dewclaws


Spaying & Neutering

Many studies have been done showing that spaying/neutering a large breed puppy too early has many health and developmental risks. Because of this, we encourage our pet families to wait until at least  18 months - 2 years to spay/neuter their dogs. Females must go through at least one heat cycle + 2-3 months past cycle end date. 

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