Cora and Roger 4 wheelerGetting a new puppy is exciting and a big commitment.  You want to get the best pup to meet your needs, and we want to find  homes for our pups can have the best possible chance of developing their genetic potential.  We try to breed and import sufficient pups each year to meet the demand, so the first step (after joining the BWPGCA) is to complete the Puppy Placement Questionnaire.  Whether you’re totally new to the club or a long-time member, we ask that you complete the questionnaire so that we have your current contact information and a preliminary idea of your preferences for a puppy, like sex and color.  Try to be complete with your answers, but remember that this is just a starting point.  You’ll have opportunity to speak with a live person and get your questions answered.

First things first.  If you’re not currently a BWPGCA member, please go to the Membership  page, sign up and then complete the Puppy Placement Questionnaire.  If you have questions and want more details before joining, please fill out an Information Request and we’ll do our best to get you  information and a personal contact.  Also, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Breeder’s Agreement for purchasing a pup.  You can review and download copies here. 1) BWPGCA Domestic whelped pups; or 2) BWPGCA Imported pups

Once approved for getting a pup, you go on a wait-list.  How long must you wait?  It depends on several factors such as: how many people have applied already, what time of year you are applying, whether you want a domestically bred pup or a Czech import, and how many pups are whelped from planned litters.  Many people get a pup within 6-8 months.  Exactly how long one waits depends on several factors, and you really need to talk with the Breeding Committee to get a good estimate.  So let’s get started seeing if we can place a Cesky Fousek puppy in your world.