Flu Vaccine Notice

All puppies that are to be trained and started must have there Flu vaccine at 7 weeks, and a booster 3 weeks later.  It will be done by our veterinarian due to how contagious the Flu virus is.  The Flu airborne and can also stay on people’s clothing for 48 hours.  Puppies should never go to a puppy day care, or parks without this vaccine.  We strongly recommend all new puppy owners have their new little friend vaccinated.

 

A trained and started puppy purchased from Chips Labs is protected for 1 year.  If your puppy should contract a strain of the Flu, the company of the Flu vaccine covers all veterinary bills.  The vaccine is $50.00 and will be on record at Crab Orchard Veterinary Services in Tazewell, Virginia.  They can be contacted at (276) 988 8080, simply tell them you are a Chips Labs owner. 

Two puppies will be trained from every litter.  If you wish to call and reserve a particular sex or color, the cost will include all shots, computer tracking chip, and 2-3 weeks of training in addition to the standard 7 week period.  For more information please read the notes at the bottom of this page and contact us.

Our trained dogs are…

 

  • House Associated

  • Obedience Trained

  • Kennel Trained

  • Trained for vehicle travel

  • Have their shots

  • Love everyone!

 

Hello!  We are so very happy that you are interested in our Trained & Started pups, however we need you to click just one more time.

Our puppies are finding new homes and families faster than we can update this website!  Please check out our Facebook page for the latest availability or give us a call. 

Thank you!!

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Note To Buyers

    • Training MUST be continued by you after taking delivery of the dog.  Pups listed on this page are trained and started when you take possession.  Due to their young age, failure to maintain the schedule they have been taught can confuse the animal causing them to revert to their natural born instincts. Please be aware that pups less than 3-1/2 months old should only stay in a crate at night for 4 hrs at a time or a kidney infection may occur.

 

  • Please understand that trained and started means that puppies in the house must stay outside for at least one (1) hour after they eat with no food or water, and for four (4) hours before they are put in a crate for the night.  If they bark to get out of the crate they can be taken outside, but must be put back into the crate for the night as soon as possible.

 

 

  • When you pick up your puppy please plan on spending at least one (1) hour with them at our facility to learn your puppy’s habits and disposition.  It is important that we transfer their feelings of safety and love from us to you to ensure a smooth transition into your home.  Please ask questions!  We are a firm believer that there are no stupid questions so do not be afraid to ask us anything regarding your new best friend.