I agree with the previous reviewer. But they are not only misinformed, they are very careless about customers and use animals to make big profits. I expressed interest in a litter of what they call"wolamutes," there were 3 puppies left. Puppy #1 and #2were priced at $1,200 each and puppy #3 at $1,000. Now, I did some research and that is very high, usually that is what you pay for a purebred AKC malamute, not for a mutt. people may charge high prices for high content wolfdogs, but these were very low content. The person answering the e-mails was a third party and if I had questions he had to ask the breeder and then get back to me. He told me that puppy #3 (the $1,000 puppy that was sold.) I asked to talk to the breeder and spoke with her on the phone. She seemed very money-oriented and wouldn't drop the price by a dime despite being so overpriced.
(My dog is a gorgeous wolamute and I purchased him for $450.)There is nothing in her puppies that make them worth more than double , actually almost triple; quite the opposite: most friends I asked about those 3 puppies and others I was considering, all picked a puppy from a different, and more honest seller, who was selling an AKC purebred for $900!) She told me there was a mistake in what the third party advertiser had told me, and that puppy #3 was still there, it was puppy #2 that had been sold.
The e-mail person then e-mailed me saying that there had been a misatke, and puppy #3 was still there. He also wrote to me that the breeder won't go down the price of $ 1,200. On top of that, he raised puppy #3 price to $1,200!! Now, I think that is very dishonest! That is one that I considered purchasing, because I was not going to spend $ 1,200 on a mix breed malamute! I see here clear dishonesty, not a bit of consideration towards the customer that they had been in contact and was probably going to purchase a puppy from them. They just saw that they had managed to get rid of one for the high rice, so lets raise the price of #3 and try to get $200 in profit, that is worth losing a customer and your reputation. I would call this sneaky and deceiving.
Oh and the funny thing is: the breeder said she couldn't lower the price until she spoke to her e-mail person, since he'd have the last word; the e-mail person told me that the breeder had the last word and she wouldn't go down. Let's grow up people, and stop the monkey business.
The fact that they don't ask for any applicatin whatsoever before selling a puppy, and don't offer to take the puppy back if a buyer in the future didn't want him anymore, just show how this is a profit business and they cannot care less of what is going to happens to those puppies and in which hands they end up.