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Since our first litter in 2010, we have exported puppies to their new homes all over the world and we welcome international inquiries.

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However, due to the particular import laws for each country (specifically, minimum age requirements) priority is given to homes in:
  • Austria
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Mexico
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Switzerland
  • United States
  • If you are currently living in one of these above listed countries AND you are able to provide a suitable home for a Tamaskan, you will be able to get a puppy from us!

    Please note, we do not sell puppies to families living here in Croatia, but we do occassionally have retired/ex-breeding dogs available (for free) to local co-ownership homes.

    Unfortunately, the many countries have very strict import laws whereby puppies must be 15+ weeks old (vaccinated against rabies at 12 weeks old + 3 weeks waiting period) before they can travel. This age limit means that it is extremely difficult for us to export puppies with regard to all the additional work involved: basic training, extensive socialization, etc. It is also a lot more stressful for puppies to travel internationally at an older age (they take much longer to recover from the journey) and it also means that, by 4 almost months old, the puppies have already started bonding to us so it is much more difficult for them to adapt to their new homes. Therefore, we only export puppies to such countries (non-priority countries) on extremely rare occasions. That being the case, we recommend that you contact a local ITR registered breeder in your country, as it will be much easier for you to get a puppy locally (at 8-10 weeks old) rather than import a puppy.

    For those living in a non-priority country:
    Here is the complete list of ITR registered Tamaskan breeders.
    Here is the list of unregistered breeders (puppy farmers) to avoid.

    Due to the incredibly strict import laws for Australia and New Zealand, we rarely (if ever) export puppies there. The only exception would be if the owner has friends or family in Croatia (or nearby) who could foster/raise the puppy from 8 weeks old until 8 months old, when all the criteria for import are fulfilled: complete vaccination schedule, blood test (titer level) results, etc.

    Due to the fact that the Czechoslovakian Vlcak is a banned breed in Norway and this ban also applies to crossbreeds, we are not exporting any of our puppies to Norway since our Sylvaen bloodlines all contain Czechoslovakian Vlcak further back in their ancestry.

    Due to the fact that the Ukraine has banned practically every dog breed known to mankind including huskies and malamutes, we will never export any of our puppies to the Ukraine since our Sylvaen bloodlines all contain mixes of these breeds further back in their ancestry.