Deposit and Choosing Policies
Please note that deposits are Non-refundable
Upon acceptance of your application, you will be invoiced via PayPal for the initial deposit.
You can make the deposit by:
When payment is received, your name goes onto the waiting list. You will be notified when a litter is born with a puppy that matches your gender and colour preference. You will be invoiced for the second deposit and your name will go on the choosing list upon receipt of the second deposit. At this time, you must verify and finalize your preference of gender and colour. At this time you will also be sent a Non-Breeding Agreement. You must sign 3 copies and send them to Canadian Bullmastiffs. Failure to provide this document will block the registration process and the puppy will not be registered.
At six weeks old, the choosing process begins. When your turn to choose comes up, you will be given 48 hours to make a choice from photos or by visiting the kennel. This is so as to not delay subsequent choosers.
Picking order is determined by date of receipt of the initial deposit. An exception can be made in the case of someone who wants a show-quality dog. For an additional premium of $400, one may jump line to the pick of the litter.
When puppies are 8 weeks old, you may pay the balance and pick up your puppy. If delivery is required, the balance + delivery fee must be received before puppy goes to the airport. You will be notified of the flight number and time and you MUST be at the airport to meet the flight.
Deposits are non-refundable - No Exceptions
We consider the adoption agreement to be just that. We are committed to provide a puppy and you are committed to provide a home. Our breeding schedule is based on deposits received. As well we have probably turned a family away based on the number of deposits we have. We have many females and our plan is to breed 2 of them every spring and fall. Unfortunately we are not manufacturing widgets on an assembly line; we are dealing with living, breathing, sometimes fickle animals. We can try to project a time-frame for litters but sometimes nature works against us and it is beyond our control.