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Our breeders are vetted and screened in partnership with USDA.


All our puppies recieve our industry-leading 10-year puppy health commitment.


Our private travel network ensures your new pup arrives home healthy and safe.

We are proudly authorized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) to provide each of our puppy parents with the option to enroll in AKC Reunite. We are committed to responsible breeder and pet ownership, which is why all of our puppies are eligible for companion registration on the appropriate registry. PuppySpot puppies are meant as companions or pets, and are not for breeding or showing.

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At PuppySpot, we pride ourselves on being far more than just a service. We're committed to placing healthy puppies into happy homes and have a number of measures in place to ensure the health and happiness of your new family member. One of them is our 10-year Health Commitment and our recommendation that each new puppy parent gets pet insurance for their new pup.

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PuppySpot spends millions of dollars on a rigorous, proprietary screening and compliance program which screens breeders for standards that go significantly above and beyond federal and state regulations.

Our enhanced screening process is the strictest in the country and includes more than 100 points of emphasis for every puppy and its parents - Less than 10 percent of the breed partners who enter the review process are accepted into our network.

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Our pack and travel partners always put the health and well being of your puppy first. We have several options for getting your puppy home safely and as quickly as possible, including air, ground and chaperone packages.

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Jessica P.


Pembroke Welsh Corgi

We have our Corgi and are a so very happy. However the journey to get him home was bumpy. The first dog we picked had a parasite issue which pushed his delivery date back. When the new date neared they told us that he still wasn’t well enough to travel. Knowing medications should have cleared him by then unless the issue was severe which made us question the breeding practices and environment in which the puppy was being raised, we opted to pass on that breeder. We decided to go with a champion bloodline being that we had a better chance of the breeder properly caring for their puppies. We had a much smoother experience after choosing a new puppy. However when our puppy arrived he did not seem well. The driver rang our door bell and as soon as I stepped down to see our puppy in the crate, the crate was pretty hot to the touch. I didn’t understand how the crate could be at this temperature when he was in the car just moments before. Upon further inspection of the zip lock bag of puppy kibble that was duck taped to the crape we notice that the tape had melted to the bag. All signs pointed to our puppy being left in very hot temperatures at some point. He was very lethargic. And while we were well familiar with hypoglycemia in small breed dogs and travel we gave him something for it and didn’t make much difference. So we then gave him water which he drank as if his life depended on it. We had to slow down on it as he was just sucking it down. After a few hours he came to life. I immediately contacted PuppySpot and later the breeder who was very upset. PuppySpot themselves were great but I seriously think they need to pay more attention on who they have delivering their puppies. Also, a better explanation of just what you are getting from the AKC. Another thing that I was unhappy with was that the first free vet visit is only with select places in PetSmart. It was only a drop off appointment and would not let me be with my puppy so I opted to take him to our vet instead. With how expensive these puppies are Puppyspot at the very least could cover your first vet visit with Any vet of your choosing.

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