Future Litters

Photos of available puppies will be posted on the Our Babies page not here.

This page is just to inform you of up coming litters and when their photos have been taken.

We Are CLOSED on Saturdays & Sundays

Please note that we never know exactly when we are going to get to post pictures of a litter of puppies. 

Here are the reasons why:

*Living on a farm our schedules can drastically change in a matter of minutes. Our focus sometimes has to change in a hurry.

*We use satellite internet, if the weather is not just right we do not have service.

*We also like to determine when we post a litter of puppies based on how well they are weaning from their mom not just set a particular date/age and go with it no matter how they are progressing.

We ask that you keep an eye on this page as well as our on the Our Babies page.

Here are the simple steps to buying from us:

1. Check the Our Babies Page to see if any puppies are available. 

  • If so and you see one you like then email us with information requested in #4 on the How to Purchase page.

  • We will then email you back to let you know if the puppy is available and what the next step will be.
     

2. No puppies available on the Our Babies page? Then here are the steps:

  • Watch the Future Litters Page

  • When we post "photos have been taken" we will post the photos of the next available litter within 48 hours (sometimes this is takes place within a few hours--sometimes it takes us a whole 48 hours). The photos will be posted on the Our Babies page.

  • The puppies being posted will be ready (yes, this really means ready--not just born) within a few days of their photos being taken. We try to take pics of the puppies around 7 weeks of age. Puppies, by law, cannot leave our nursery until they are 8 weeks old.

  • Watch the Our Babies page for the photos of the litter to be posted there. 

  • Email over when you see a puppy that you want. BE SURE to read the How To Purchase page. There is vital information that we need from you when committing to the purchase of one of our babies. 

  • We will respond to your email to let you know if you were the first to commit. We kindly request that you do not send multiple emails when we do post pictures. Email us with your info. then give us time to respond. Emailing us multiple times or to ask if you got the puppy will only slow our process down and to be honest gets very confusing for us. 

Simple--No Deposits--No Waiting Lists--Everyone has a fair chance at a puppy.

(No one likes to be last on a waiting list.)

For any of you wondering about what we here at Pocket Beagles USA have done to keep our kennel safe. We have not changed our daily practices. We are germ-a-phoebes to begin with here at Pocket Beagles USA. The following are things that we have ALWAYS done:

  • No visitors in our nursery. People have ALWAYS carried germs and viruses on their hands, clothes and shoes. These have always been highly dangerous to puppies!

  • We disinfect all nursery suites daily.

  • We wipe down all of our self-waters (fresh water at all times) and feeders daily.

  • We mop and disinfect our tile floors daily.

  • All door knobs and other surfaces are disinfected daily. 

  • Food is kept in air-tight containers.

  • Bedding is washed frequently and stored in air-tight storage containers.

Aug. 20, 2021

We will have babies ready in Aug/Sept time frame. We have some beautiful babies coming up. We have a mix of colors in the litters. :) We cannot wait for you to see them.

We took pics of our next litter today! They are currently ready for their new homes. (We are behind . . . this having a Senior in high school stuff is kicking our backsides. It all started even before school did. LOL) We will try to get the photos posted ASAP. They are beauties. They are all traditional tri-colored and are all males except for one little girl. They have the sweetest personalities. They love to be held and played with by us! The whole litter is just so easy going.

Keep an eye on the Our Babies page for pics and descriptions.

Have a blessed day,

Amy