Contact Point Border Collie Puppies
Health testing is performed on breeding dogs to reduce the risk of heritable diseases or conditions.
OFA Hip certification
OFA Elbow certification
CAER/OFA Eye Certification
Optimal Selection Genetic Disease Analysis (180+ Diseases) and/or PawPrint Genetics Border Collie panel, Trapped Neutrophil Syndrome, Cohen Syndrome (TNS), Early Adult Onset Deafness (EAOD), Degenerative Myelopathy (DM), Sensory Neuropathy, Border Collie Type (SN), Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA), Multiple Drug Sensitivity (MDR1)
Puppy Enrichment and Socialization
I do modified puppy culture, lots of interactive and climbing toys, regular interaction with myself and friends that visit the pups.
The pups get exposure to dog desensitization sounds and music, TV, etc. I utilize the following enrichment methods: Sound Stimulation, Household Desensitization, Toys, e.g. ball, tunnels, tugs, etc.
Before your pup goes home they visit our vet for a well puppy exam and microchip. They are vaccinated for Distemper and Parvo at 7 weeks and the pups are wormed at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks.
CPBC puppies have a 2 year health guarantee. This guarantee covers genetic or congenital conditions.
Your pup will come with AKC registration. The registration will be "limited" which means non-breeding. The pups are sold with a non-breeding contract and should be spayed or neutered between 12-24 months old. I co-own until the pup is spayed or neutered. Once that's done I will sign off as co-owner.
Some pups may be dual registered with the ABCA and AKC. It will depend on the registration of the Sire and Dam.