Depends on the type of puppies. Many people can find free puppies in the newspaper. Really the only way you can probably get money for them is if they are bred or trained. It all depends on their credentials.
Hi-the puppies aren't planned-my two dogs happened to just bless us with 2 litters. When I sell the puppy I usually charge around $400 if the puppy is being shipped. Here is the breakdown of where the money goes:
actual shipping costs-$225
Health certificate for shipping-$30
Puppy shots and vet check-$40
So in all actuality we get around $50 for each puppy if they are sent outside of Oklahoma. If they are staying in Oklahoma we usually just give them away if we know the family they are going to.
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