Umm...they're using a stud dog with dysplastic hips
? And they say he's a "gentle giant" at 85 pounds? Either he's overweight, or he's oversized. There are also no eye or heart clearances listed for him. He may have had his eyes and heart examined at some point, but the clearances are not posted.
One of the bitches, Kenzie, appears to have had multiple litters but has no clearances at all listed on offa.org (I searched with the AKC number they provide on their website). She appears to have just had a litter about two weeks ago.
Another bitch listed on the website as having had at least one litter, Riley, also has no clearances on offa.org. They also discuss Riley as being close to her due date in the last week or so.
So the two litters due in the last few weeks were both sired by a dog who was diagnosed with mild hip dysplasia in 2009!
So, in short, I would never, ever recommend this place. They may be nice, well-intentioned folks who love dogs, but they are doing things exactly as a backyard breeder does. They use one stud dog simply because he's fertile. He's the one dog they seem to have clearances on, and he failed! And they keep several bitches around so they can produce litters. Their asking price is $700. For $500-$700 more, you can get a dog from an excellent clearance history, with proven parents and ancestors, a dog who is at much lower risk for expensive, debilitating health problems down the road. I would not EVER purchase from this kind of operation.
Breeding one unproven stud dog to each of your unproven bitches is a deal breaker. Breeding a dog with dysplastic hips is a deal breaker. Breeding uncleared dogs is a deal breaker. Any one of those things on its own should make you walk away. All together, they should make you run.