ANSWER: Our puppies are raised in our home and are supervised 24 hours a day. While they are here at WyteRose we provide them with the necessary health care performed by a licensed veterinarian. Our puppies receive plenty of TLC, Early Development Training, Mental Stimulation, Exposure to all kind of Sounds, Socialization, road trips, crate training, and potty training.
ANSWER: When you purchase a WyteRose Samoyed puppy you become part of something very special to us, The WyteRose Extended Family. We are there for you and your puppy/dog throughout it’s lifetime.
ANSWER: No. We only sell our puppy/dog(s) to forever homes located in the United States of America 🇺🇸 and at least one person on the application MUST be a US citizen.
NOTE: Exemptions can be made for residents of Canada 🇨🇦 on a case by case basis.
ANSWER: All of our FOREVER HOMES Receive:
ANSWER: The WyteRose Package contains everything the puppy/dog needs to make their transition to their Forever Home Sucessful.
ANSWER: If you have been shopping for a Samoyed Puppy, then you are most likely already familiar with the proper pricing. We are NOT a high volume breeder and base our price on the costs associated with the litter and breeding program.
If you find a Samoyed at a “bargain price”, then you better do your do diligence before purchasing your puppy.
ANSWER: It depends on the circumstances regarding the request for a payment plan.
ANSWER: WyteRose Samoyeds does offer a discount program on litters resulting in 5+ Puppies
ANSWER: All of our Approved Homes have one year to make a Reservation.
ANSWER: A Reservation allows an Approved Home to reserve a place on our first in first out waiting list. If the reservation does not work out for the Approved Home they can cancel their reservation and receive their deposit back per the terms of the Reservation Agreement (Please see our Library for a copy of our reservation agreement).
ANSWER: $350 (payable by cash, check, paypal, or Zelle )
ANSWER: The answer to this question is dependent on many factors:
We have a system in place that takes all the factors that are in constant motion into consideration when planning our breedings and accepting new reservations.
ANSWER: You can ask each breeder the same question and you will probably get a different answer each time. However it all boils down to Samoyeds are not bred in large numbers for a very good reason. Reputable Samoyed Breeders work extremely hard to preserve and improve upon the bloodlines that they took years to craft. This requires a lot of work that you do not find in more common dog breeds. Every reputable breeder out there takes pride in what they create and they make sure to exhibit their Samoyeds at dog shows.
The work that goes into creating each puppy is exhausting, but it becomes totally worth it when you see the smiles on the faces of their new families. We work extra hard to give each puppy it's best chance at a great life.
ANSWER: The paperwork that comes from a reputable breeder shows whether or not they did their do diligence before and after creating the puppy/dog that you are looking to purchase. The paperwork turns out to be very important because it usually translates into healthier puppies/dogs.
ANSWER: NO. The one thing we have learned over the years is that everyone’s experience with a breeder can be VERY different. NEVER assume that a breeder that worked well for someone else will equate to a great experience for you. The breeder and dog show world is cut throat and we are determined to distance ourselves from those that would undermine anyone in order to achieve their own goals.
ANSWER: A reputable breeder is willing to talk to you about their breeding program and answer your questions. They should have an application and thorough vetting process that includes talking to you. The lists of "Breeders" that are out on the internet are unfortunately not bullet proof even if they came from a reputable source. Basically if something does not feel right … then no matter how badly you want a puppy you need to move on to the next breeder.
ANSWER: We pride ourselves on being upstanding members of the Samoyed Club of America, Potomac Vally Samoyed Club, GoodDog Certified Breeder, and AKC "Bred with HEART" Program.
Since we started WyteRose as a family venture with strong values and ties to the community that we live in we uphold ourselves to a standard that applies to everything we do as a family. Since we are not originally "from the dog show world” or a "legacy kennel" we are free to take a fresh approach to everything we want to do. It is the utmost importance to us that each applicant feels comfortable with our process and there are no surprises.
ANSWER: If you start off on the right foot with the right breeder, then taking care of a Samoyed can be very easy. FOR EXAMPLE: We make sure to socialize each puppy properly and teach them that brushing their coat and doing their nails are nothing to be feared. We introduce them to all sorts of objects and sounds so that they are all well prepared for their adventure with their new owners. The key to a Samoyed's heart is LOVE and FUN. If you make everything FUN they WILL enjoy whatever you require of them.
ANSWER: The best way to maintain a Samoyed's coat is do grab a "greyhound comb" and line comb your puppy/dog at least once a week. We started the process from the moment our Samoyed's opened their eyes. Once your puppy/dog grows the harsher outer coat he/she will look start to look like an "awkward teenager" until the transformation is complete. When the soft undercoat starts to come loose you use a "special rake" to collect the under coat. You will know when it is time to break out the rake and collect the soft under coat as you will notice that your puppy/dog shedding. If you ignore the need to regularly line comb and rake your Samoyed when necessary you will have a hot mess.
More Info: The Samoyed typically blows their soft undercoat 2 times a year. When that happens the typical reaction of the owner is to send the dog to the groomer. That is not necessarily a bad thing as long as the groomer knows how to care for a Samoyed's coat. Unexperienced groomers WILL most likely shave the coat, especially if it was not properly maintained by the owner. Shaving a Samoyed's coat is unhealthy for them and often ruins their coat FOREVER. The Silver Tips (aka harsher outter coat) is never to be shaved unless it is medically necessary. The Silver Tips protect the Samoyed throughout the seasons. If you keep in mind that a Samoyed's coat is just like a fine wine. When properly maintained properly it blossoms and becomes whole bodied and absolutely delightful.
ANSWER: YES! When obtained from a reputable breeder a Samoyed makes a wonderful Service and/or Therapy dog. We started training our service & therapy dogs as soon as they arrived at our homes. The training process is different for each medical need but to the dog it becomes as simple as breathing. They bond to their handler and learn their job. Eventually they start picking up on signals and staying in constant sync with their handler.
Our very own Sadie Mae is a service dog to a WyteRose family member. She provides her handler with mobility assistance, stability, comfort, and help retrieving items. Sadie Mae also knows a series of commands that put her into "emergency" mode for her handler, and she closely monitors her handler's movements to see if she should take a break. The most wonderful part is that she learned 95% of this by spending every moment with her handler since she was 11 weeks old. Not every Samoyed is right for the job. It takes a well bred Samoyed to qualify for the honor of being a service and/or therapy dog.
ANSWER: If you have read the history of the Samoyed you would already know the answer to that question. ALL Samoyeds should have a lovely temperament to be around children. A reputable breeder makes sure that their Samoyeds are even tempered before even considering them for their breeding program. They should also have exposed their puppies to children of all ages (including sticky fingers and crying babies). Samoyeds make great companions for families with or without children.
ANSWER: Unfortunately the information saying that they are Hypoallergenic is not exactly correct. In fact, no dog is really hypoallergenic as they can pick up dander from other pets and carry it into your home. The Samoyed is a double coated breed which helps keep the dander close to their body. However when it becomes time to blow that gorgeous undercoat the phrase “Let it Snow” comes to mind. There are many ways to manage the amount of dander you are exposed to but it is not fool proof. When it comes to pet allergies we can work with your allergist to determine if this is the right breed for you.
The Reservation Queue was developed to be fair to both the puppy buyer and betterment of the breed. Typically when a breeder has a litter applications are collected when the puppies are 6 weeks old and once the breeder picks the applicants the rest go in the trash.
We decided to go about this process a different way:
What is a Litter Pool?
During the start of the 6th Week:
Please Note: This is a description of the Reservation Queue as of 2022 and it is subject to change without notice. If you have any questions regarding the Reservation Queue and/or Litter Pool, please contact our “customer concierge”.
ANSWER: No. We are not a large kennel operation with a single facility. Our Samoyeds sleep in our homes and beds. Once your application is approved we can schedule a meet and greet.
DISCLAIMER: The FAQ's provided by WyteRose Samoyeds are for educational and informational purposes ONLY. Your personal results may vary depending on the breeder you choose, home, environment, and training.
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