Getting a Pup - Our Process

How do I reserve a Goldendoodle puppy/get on the list?

  • Contact us through email, text, or call. We can answer any questions you may have, and we will then send you an application. After reviewing your application, we will send you a Contract with our health warranty,  A nonrefundable administration fee will secure your spot on our list.


How far in advance will you accept deposits on a litter?

  • We take deposits up to a year in advance.  Most of our puppies are sold before they are born. We do reserve the right to 1st pick of each litter.


How many deposits do you take for each litter?

  • It depends on the mother. We try to take fewer deposits than the number of puppies we expect her to have so as not to disappoint anyone. Therefore, we occasionally have puppies available after they're born. If you are set on a certain sex and we don't have that (that is something you just can't predict), then we can talk about our next litters coming and move you to the one that fits best!


How far in advance do your litters usually get “spoken for”?

  • Our puppies are usually spoken for before they are born. If we have more than expected, sometimes we will have a puppy available after birth.


What is the price for your dogs?

  • All of our Puppies are $2900. There is a $300 non refundable administration fee, with the balance of $2600 due at pick up.

Health warranty:

The Breeder hereby represents to the Purchaser and agrees as follows:Infection or Contagious Disease.  To the knowledge of the Breeder, the Puppy is free from symptoms of infection or contagious disease as of the date of this Agreement.  If, within three (3) calendar days of the Delivery Date, the Purchaser delivers to the Breeder a health certificate from a licensed veterinarian establishing that the Puppy displays symptoms of infection or contagious disease, then the Breeder will retake ownership and possession of the Puppy within ten (10) calendar days and refund to the Purchaser an amount equal to the Purchase Price minus the Deposit.

Early Puppy Medical Care and Parasites.

  The Breeder represents that it will provide the Puppy with veterinary care that is customary for new puppies until the Delivery Date.  On the Delivery Date, the Breeder will provide to the Purchaser a record of any medical care given to the Puppy, including any deworming treatments given.  The parties hereby agree that, notwithstanding anything else herein to the contrary, due to the nature of parasitology and the Breeder’s provision of early veterinary care, the presence of internal parasites in the Puppy shall not be cause for a refund pursuant to Paragraph IV(a)(i) of this Agreement.  

Genetic Disease.

  To the knowledge of the Breeder, the Puppy is free from genetic disease.  If, within twenty four (24) months of the birth of the Puppy, the Purchaser presents to the Breeder a health certificate from a licensed veterinarian that the Puppy has a genetic disease related to the hip, elbow, heart, eye, Progressive Retinal Atrophy-progressive rod-cone degeneration,von willebrand disease 1 GR-Progressive Retinal Atrophy 1, Ichthyosis, Degenerative Myelopathy, Gr-Progressive Retinal Atrophy 2 & Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures,  then the Breeder will consult with a licensed veterinarian of its choosing, at its own expense, regarding such certificate.  The Purchaser agrees that in connection with such Breeder’s consultation, the Purchaser will provide to the Breeder and the Breeder’s selected veterinarian all veterinary records concerning the Puppy and that the Purchaser’s veterinarian may speak freely with the Breeder’s selected veterinarian with respect to all matters concerning the Puppy.  If the veterinarian selected by the Breeder agrees that the Puppy has a genetic disease related to the hip, elbow, heart or eye, and upon the Purchaser providing the Breeder with record of veterinary costs and expenses for treatment relating to such genetic disease, then the Breeder will refund to the Purchaser an amount equal to the Purchase Price minus the Deposit.  Alternatively, in lieu of a refund, if the Puppy dies within twenty four (24) months because of such genetic disease notwithstanding the Purchaser having sought reasonable treatment for the Puppy relating to such genetic disease, then the Breeder will provide a puppy of the same breed and sex to the Purchaser at no additional cost to the Purchaser. The parties agree that a necropsy report conducted by a licensed veterinarian must determine the genetic condition to be the cause of death in order for the Breeder to provide such replacement puppy to the Purchaser.  For the avoidance of doubt and notwithstanding anything else herein to the contrary, if the Puppy’s condition has resulted from injury, neglect, obesity or rapid growth due to poor nutrition, the Breeder will not refund any amount to the Purchaser or provide the Purchaser with a replacement puppy.