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Frequently Asked questions

How Do I Reserve A Puppy:

            1. Go to the Application Page and Submit an applications.

            2. We will contact you and you will send a $400 non-refundable deposit.

            3. Once we receive the deposit you will be put on the list in the order the deposit is received.

            4. After the puppies are born and 4 weeks old we will contact you to pick out your puppy.

            5. At 8 weeks old you will get to take home your puppy and pay the remaining balance.

What does F1 and F1b mean?

            F1 is a 50/50 mix of 2 purebred dogs.  So an F1 golden doodle is 50% golden retriever and 50% poodle


            F1b is a 75/25 mix.  For a golden doodle it is an F1 goldendoodle bred with a poodle. This makes the dog 75%                   poodle and 25% golden retriever.

What is a guardian home?

            A guardian home is where a qualified family can enjoy the privilege of having one of our puppies live in your home.          We give you the puppy and reserve the right to breed the dog 4 times. We cover all costs of breeding and welp the puppies in our home.  Following the breeding, the puppy is turned over to you to keep forever as your family pet.

What training do you do while raising your puppies?

You can find more information on our                 page.

Some things we do are

*Litter box training

*Start crate training

*Vaccinations up to date


*A puppy starter package including a bag of food, a mama scented blanket and puppy care paperwork

*Early Neurological Stimulation performed from days 3 - 16 days old. ENS is a series of exercises to make the dogs smarter, strengthen their hearts, more tolerant to stress, greater resistance to disease and calmer.

*Early Scent Introduction - we expose the puppies to various scents which helps the puppies with their nose awareness and confidence

*Puppy Handling is a 10 step process to help the puppies be used to touch and handling

*Sound Desensitization - we introduce the puppies to loud noises as well as background noises such as vacuums and cars. This helps the puppies to be confident and be able to recover quickly from stressful situations

*Socialization - my 6 kids are taught how to handle the puppies and help play and interact with them so they are ready to come to your loving home.

*Exposure - we give the puppies toys and problem solving situations to help increase and utilize their brain and various desensitization exercises. The more we can expose them to in a safe controlled environment the more confident they will be and able to not be stressed in the world around them.


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