HOW TO GET ON A WAITING LIST
1) SUBMIT AN APPLICATION
Click on the button at the bottom of the page to fill out our puppy application.
2) PHONE CALL WITH BREEDER
Breeder will contact you to set up a phone call to answer any questions you may have.
3) CHOOSE LIST AND SUBMIT DEPOSIT
Choose what list you would like to be added to, and pay the non-refundable deposit.
Waiting Lists, Deposits, and How it all Works
Once your application has been approved you will have the option of choosing which list to be on. Our current lists include Standard or Medium Goldendoodles. You will choose your puppy in the order that you are on the waiting list. Once a litter has arrived we will contact each person on the corresponding waiting list beginning at the top. If you are ready for your puppy, you may choose at that time, however if you are not ready, or would prefer another litter, you may pass and wait for the next litter. Should you pass, I will go on to the next person on the list.
A $200 non-refundable deposit will be required to be added to the waiting list. You have the option of being placed on multiple waiting lists. A deposit is required for each spot on the waiting list. The deposit(s) will be deducted from the purchase price of your puppy. The remainder of the price will be due upon receiving your puppy.
CURRENT WAIT TIME IS 6 TO 12 MONTHS FROM DEPOSIT
Standard Goldendoodles ( >51lbs) $2500
Our Standard Goldendoodles are greater than 51 lbs based on parents' weights. Grandparents genes play are part in puppy's size as well, so we can not guarantee weight at maturity.
Medium Goldendoodles ( 36-50lbs) $3000
Our Medium Goldendoodles range from 35-50lbs based on parents' weights. Grandparents genes play are part in puppy's size as well, so we can not guarantee weight at maturity.
F1 Goldendoodles: An F1 generation is 50/50 Golden Retriever and Poodle. This is where one parent is full poodle, and the other parent is full golden retriever.
F1b Goldendoodles: The F1b generation means that one parent was an F1 goldendoodle and the other was a poodle. This creates a dog that is 75% poodle and 25% golden retriever.
Multigenerational Goldendoodles: The multigenerational generation just means that both parents were goldendoodles, with one of the parents being an F1b or multigen. A poodle or a golden retriever bred to a multigen goldendoodle also constitutes a multigen. Unable to determine percentages of poodle and golden retriever in the offspring without a genetic test.
A common misconception about goldendoodles is that they "don't shed," and are "hypoallergenic." We want your expectations to be realistic before placing a deposit in knowing that your goldendoodle MAY shed. Although many are low to non- shedding there is certainly no guarrantee. What I tell our clients is that they will shed less than a golden retriever, but know that they may still be shedders. As far as allergies go, there is no such thing as a completely hypoallergenic dog. Some people's allergies are irritated strictly by dog hair. In that case, a goldendoodle that is low shedding may be just fine. However, some people are allergic to pet dander. Dander is made up of skin cells that are shed through your dog's coat. If that is the case, you may still suffer from allergies with your goldendoodle.
Each of our puppies come from health tested parents, and come with a 1 year health guarantee. We will send you home with a puppy pack that includes food, toy, training clicker, and LOTS of info on how to care for your new puppy. Your puppy with also come with 1 month free pet insurance through Trupanion. Since Puppy Culture is SO important to the development of your puppy from 8-12 weeks of age, we also send home the program in your puppy pack so that you can, not only see what we have done with your puppy since 3 days of age, but also what you can continue to work on should you choose to. Your puppy will have their first round of vaccines, health certificate from a veterinarian, and 3 to 4 de-wormings. You also have access to lifetime breeder support should you have any questions or concerns.
Pickup or Delivery
Your puppy will be ready to pick up at approximately 7 to 8 weeks of age. We allow a 2 day grace period for you to make arrangements, before incurring boarding fees.
You may also explore the option of having your puppy delivered. There are several third party companies that will drive your puppy to your door. We can provide a quote from one of these services should you request one. There are also third party services that will fly your puppy in the cabin of the plane to a nearby airport.