We love what we do! Thanks for letting us share this experience with you!

What comes with my puppy?!

UABR papers & pedigree (mailed after spay/neuter)
spay-neuter contract
shot & deworming record
1 year health guarantee
2 year health gurantee extension when using NuVet
microchip
NuVet sample and info
toys and treats
sample of puppy food
puppy collar
mama's scented blanket
Be sure to check out our new puppy essentials page for a list of must-haves!


Adoption Process

We ask that you fill out the adoption form  prior to placing a deposit. We like to know who is inquiring about our puppies and what kind of lifestyle they will be offering our puppies. We may forfeit your right to adopt a puppy if we feel you would not be a good fit for one of our puppies. We have loved them since birth and want the very best for them when they leave us. 

We offer shipping or you may come pick up your puppy. A $300 deposit for Goldendoodles or $500 deposit for Bernedoodles will hold your puppy until it is time to ship/pick up your puppy. Deposits can be made through Paypal with a 3.75% transaction fee or Venmo. Once I decide you would be a good candidate for one of our puppies I will send you an invoice through Paypal or allow you to send the deposit. Puppies may be picked at 4 weeks in the order deposits are received. Deposits are non-refundable. If you don't see a puppy you like, or your circumstances have changed you may move your deposit to another litter. ​Puppies will be paid for in full at 6 weeks of age, including shipping fees.  

















Shipping

Flight Nanny- This option is the most preferred when you can't come and pick your puppy up yourself. I meet the nanny at my airport and they hand-deliver the puppy to your airport. The cost is $500 and worth every penny to rest assured your puppy will be taken care of during the whole trip. The nanny will also bring your paper packet and puppy package. You pay me the shipping and I will pay the deposit, then the nanny cash at the airport when I drop the puppy off. 

Puppies can be air shipped through cargo, weather permitting. We fly American Airlines when we can which will cost $350. Puppies being flown on Delta or United will cost $400. Puppies will come in a kennel with food and water. All paperwork will be attached to the kennel. You will need to give me the name of the person picking up the puppy if it is someone other than you. Whoever picks the puppy up will need a photo i.d. and will go to the airline counter the puppy is being flown into. I will give you the conformation number and time a week before the puppy is shipped. If the weather is too hot or cold the puppy may have to go on Delta or United or may not be able to be shipped at all. We will do the best we can to get your puppy to you at the appointed time. 


f1 goldendoodle puppy
Nutrition

Our puppies start eating Nutri Source Starter food mixed in with Pedigree canned dog food with their moms around 4 weeks of age. We start weaning puppies at 6 weeks of age. Once puppies are weaned, we switch them over to Nutri Source Small-Medium Breed Puppy, which is the sample food we will be sending home with your new puppy. 

You may continue to use this brand or switch to any high quality puppy food. We recommend you keep your puppy on puppy food until they are at least one year of age, then you can switch them over to an adult food. We recommend feeding your puppy twice a day. Start with 1/2 cup morning and night, not giving your puppy more than they can clean up in ten or twenty minutes. Gradually increase the amount as your puppy grows. We don't recommend giving your puppy access to food all the time, for they may become overweight. 
















Vitamins-Supplements

All of our puppies are started on NuVet at 6 weeks of age. All our adult dogs are given NuVet daily, which helps them recover after pregnancy and maintain healthy coats. We also notice it helping with allergies in our adult dogs. Please see our NuVet page for more information on this product and how to order.

Toys & Treats

Make sure you have lots of chew toys for the first 1-2 years. We like using Kongs and Knuckle Bones. Small puppies may use small toys, but once they get a little bigger, make sure you aren't giving them toys they can tear apart and choke on. Tennis balls don't stand a chance with my Goldens!



Homemade Bacon- Peanut Butter Treats 

1/4 cup bacon drippings
3 tbsp. ground flax seed
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup beef or chicken broth


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients in a mixer or by hand, turn out onto a lightly floured surface and shape into a ball. Roll to 1/4" thick and use a cookie cutter 1" or so. 

Bake for 25 minutes, rotating cookie sheets half way through. Transfer to a wire rack to cool and store in an air-tight container. 





f1 goldendoodle puppy
f1 goldendoodle puppy
f1 goldendoodle puppy
      Vaccination & Worming Schedule

  • pyrantel wormer at 2, 4 & 6 weeks
  • 4 weeks- Intertrac 3 (Bordetella)
  • 5 weeks- Neopar (Parvo)
  • 6 & 8 weeks- Nobivac (Canine Distemper, Adenovirus
    ​Type 2 Influenza, Parvovirus)
  • 7 1/2 weeks- Panacur wormer 3-5 consecutive days

Microchip

All of our puppies are microchipped around 3 weeks. This ensures you get the exact puppy you picked at 4 weeks. The chip will be registered in our name. We will give you information to register the chip into your name in case your puppy should ever get lost. 



Grooming

Both Goldendoodles and Bernedoodles need to be groomed regularly. The amount of grooming depends on the length and type of coat. We have a groomer groom our dogs every 2 months. Some Doodles have straight coats, while some have kinky, curly coats. All Doodles need to be brushed at least once a week and more if their hair is kept long. Make sure to use a comb (we like the metal Andis ones the best) that reaches though the whole coat and doesn't just brush the surface. Hair can become matted underneath. Doodles can be bathed once every week or two weeks. Don't bathe them too frequently or you will wash away esential oils, making their skin dry and itchy. 




homemade bacon peanut butter treats