Petersen Aussie Ranch
Once you have decided on a puppy you may place a deposit to hold him/her until the puppy is old enough to go home with you. Deposit are $200 and can be paid using PayPal, check or cash if we schedule to meet. Deposits are nonrefundable once they are made. If something happens to the puppy in my care I will refund you or allow you to transfer your deposit to a new puppy.
*When calling or texting me please tell me your first and last name.
Puppies must be at least 8 weeks of age before going to their new homes. Balance is due on or by the date the puppy is 8 weeks old or scheduled pick up date. They will be seen by a licensed veterinarian health exams/certification.
Panacure wormer for 3 days every two weeks.
DHPP 'parvo' at 6 & 8 weeks
14-16 weeks: DHPP & Rabies
Annually: Bordatella, Leptospira, Lyme, Canine Influenza Virus-H3N8, Canine Influenza Virus-H3N2
Every 1 or 3 years: Rabies
*DHPP: vaccines for Distemper, Adenovirus (Hepatitis), Parainfluenza and Parvovirus
If you are not local and plan on having your puppy shipped I will take care of all that it entails. All you have to do is show up at the airport to pick up your new baby. Shipping is $380 and that includes crate and health certificate.
Ground shipping will cost between $150-$250 depending on location and availability of the company. (Shipping cost may fluctuate due to Covid)
Every puppy leaves here vaccinated and parasite free. All of our puppies are sold with registration either Limited or Full depending on the puppy.
What is dog multidrug sensitivity?
Dogs that have a mutation in the MDR1 gene, which inhibits their ability to remove certain drugs from the brain and can lead up to a buildup of toxins, may have severe adverse reactions to some common drugs, including seizures, tremors, disorientation, blindness, lack of muscle control or even death.
MDR1 And Drugs To Avoid
Aussies can carry a gene mutation called MDR1. Multi drug resistance. However, regardless of your aussie's status EVERY AUSSIE SHOULD BE TREATED AS IF THEY HAVE THE GENE! This is because even dogs without the gene mutation have been known to suffer severe reactions, including death, from the same drugs that effect dogs with MDR1. To be on the safe side, never give your aussie any drugs on this list.
Drugs to avoid: