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Goldie had her litter of 3 puppies.
All chocolate girls! Jack is the Daddy of Goldies litter. They have all ready been to the vet for their dew claws. Born Oct 13th, puppies will be ready for their homes on December 1st. These girls will average between 35-45lbs as adults. They are multi generation Labradoodle's. We have 1 available girl. I require a $400 deposit to hold a puppy, total price is $1500 Contact me to schedule a visit our with any questions
Fiona - Spoken for
female - chocloate wavy curly non shedding coat
Fay - Available
female - chocloate wavy non shedding coat
Frances - Spoken for
female - chocloate with white markings. coat type tbd
Contact me for information, or my Policy & Payment Page may answer a lot of questions. Our Family of Angels page has photo's of our parents. Please go to my puppy care page for recommended supplies and products you might need for bringing your puppy home, including what food to buy.
All of my pups are seen by the vet. Their first visit is between 3-5 days old, when they have their dew claws removed. Their next visit is at 6.5 weeks old, they go in for a check up, their first set of vaccines, and micro chipping (I use HomeAgain microchip service.) My vet administers all vaccines, and the micro chip, you will receive a medical statement from my vet. I will also provide you with CKC papers if you would like to register your puppy, but the papers are only provided under the agreement you have had your pup spayed or neutered. You will receive a Pro Plan puppy kit, your micro chip registration form, Medical Statement from my vet, and a 2 year money back Health Guarantee. I will start letting pups go to their new homes at 7 weeks old. I believe this is the perfect time to take your puppy home and start their training. They are not benefiting from staying here until 8 weeks, they only learn more "pack rules" here, and they need to learn house rules, and potty training. They are completely weaned from mom at 6 weeks old. With in the litter there is competition for everything, food from mom, toys, and attention. The more competition the more conflict you will have, and a chance for bad habits to develop, such as alpha behavior. This is why I like to see them to start going to their homes at 7 weeks old. If you need me to keep them for longer, that is fine too. The most important thing is that it is a good time for you to bring home your new family member. We welcome visitors, just contact me to schedule a day and time. Depending on the pandemic, if we are indoors, I will ask you to mask up. I am happy to plan my day around a visit, I just ask that you are PLEASE on Time! I pack allot into my days and have a tight schedule!!!