Not to be cliche’, but “you get what you pay for.” We did not get into breeding to make a profit. We have put a lot of resources into making sure we have a quality breeding program, including serology testing before we made our first babies available (something even many long time breeders don’t do). We also will be available for all adopters through the lifetime of the babies they adopt. Because of the investment in resources, the quality of stock we bring into our breeding program, and the time we spend on genetics/health/temperament of all of our babies, we feel we charge fair prices.