Where are you located?

We live near the little town of Salem, MO. It’s about a 45 minute drive from Rolla, MO, or about 2 hours southeast from St. Louis, MO.

What does your guarantee include?

Please see this link: Acorn Acres Health Guarantee (opens in a new tab)

What is provided with the puppy?

Each pup comes to you with a veterinarian’s health certificate, as well as an up-to-date health record (vaccinations and dewormings), a limited health guarantee, and a sample baggie of puppy food.

Do you own my puppy’s parents?

Yes, we own the mothers of all of our puppies. We own or co-own both of the fathers of our puppies.  

What will my puppy look like when it grows up?

Take a look at our “Happy Customers” pages, (also available from the menu at the top of the page).

For more information about the different breeds, see the “About” page (also available from the menu at the top of the page).

How can I reserve a puppy?

Contact us, and let us know which puppy you are interested in. The only way for us to guarantee that the puppy is reserved for you, is for you to send us a deposit. You can make a deposit using the PayPal form at the bottom of the page.

What forms of payment do you accept for final payment?

We try to be flexible, but fraudsters make it hard for everyone! When you make a secure deposit via PayPal, the balance is requested to be paid in cash or Venmo (checks only accepted from local area).

Do you ship or deliver puppies?

Yes! We can transport your puppy by car and deliver it right to your door if you’d like! We can also meet you partway if that’s what you prefer. If you live too far away for delivery by car, we can also fly your puppy to the nearest major airport. The cost for shipping is usually about $400 above the final price of the puppy. Contact us for prices for delivery by car!

Can we come see the puppies?

Absolutely! We welcome you to come and see how cute they are for yourself! (Warning: The odds of coming to see one our little cuties and going away with only part of your heart left are quite high) 🙂