My specialty is the mini double doodle, which is a mini goldendoodle parent bred with a mini Australian labradoodle parent. These are also called North American Retrievers but that doesn’t sound nearly as fluffy and cute! My current mini moms are Mariah, Adele and Blue Ivy and their puppies should all be about 18-27 pounds. As of October 8, 2019 my minis are $3500 plus tax.
I think that training your puppy is so important and to show how much I believe that, I have a started a promotion to receive up to $300 just by spending time training your puppy. For puppies born after October 8, 2019 if you show me proof your puppy has completed all of the sessions of puppy kindergarten I will pay you $100. If you continue to train your dog and they complete the canine good citizenship test (CGC) by their second birthday then I will pay you $200! So to be transparent, I did increase my price but I’m giving it back if you will train your dog. This is a win for us both. Dogs love to spend time with you and they want to please you. This is a very smart breed and they need that mental stimulation. You won’t regret training!
Deposits are $500. My deposits are refundable but you need to be ready for a puppy when you pay your deposit. I will allow you to pass/defer one time and if you are not ready on the second litter that I offer then I will refund your deposit and remove you from the waitlist.
After puppies are born I will contact my waitlist to fill the available spots. When I have the list filled I will email everyone their appointment times for puppy selection day. The balance is due when puppies are 4 weeks old, selections are done at 6 weeks and puppies go home at 8 weeks.
I think what gets the most response about is that I LITTER BOX TRAIN MY PUPPIES! This means that you can either continue to have your puppy use a litter box (how nice would that be with all of the rain around here) OR you can take the litter that I send you home with, which is NOT clumping cat litter, and you can safely put this in your yard where you would like the puppy to start going potty. Remember you cannot take puppy for walks until they have had all of their shots due to parvo risk.
Another exciting thing I think is worth bragging about is that I start a very basic crate introduction around 4 weeks old and your puppy will go home with the crate that they been made to feel comfortable in. They will outgrow that crate in a few weeks but the small size keeps them from wanting to go potty in their crate and the familiar smell should make their first night a little easier. They are not sleeping in a crate through the night while they are here but they do take naps in the crate.
I do not ship dogs in cargo. If you are not local then you’ll need to fly to either Seattle Tacoma International Airport or Paine Field in Everett (closer to us but west coast flights only) to come pick up your puppy – I can meet you at the airport but it is just too stressful for a new puppy to leave the comfort of our home and fly cargo. As much as I love to travel, I do not deliver puppies.