How To Adopt Your Doodle

With each litter, we should have a rough estimate of how many puppies we expect. We will being posting a fillable form here that you can fill out to apply to be an adoptive family.

If we seem to be a good fit, you will be placed on a list on a first-come-first served basis and kept updated on pregnancy status and expected due date for the litter. A non-refundable deposit of $500 at that time will hold your space. If there is not a puppy that meets your needs in that litter, you will be at the top of the list for the next planned litter.

Pet puppies are $3,250 and come having had their first vet checkup and vaccine, microchip, toy, sample of the puppy kibble they are used to, a blanket with mama dogʻs scent, a 2-year health guarantee, and a lifetime of interest and support.

We reserve the right to hold back up to 2 puppies in any litter for breeding.

We will match you with your puppy based on temperament first after careful evaluations of the litter. We will also keep your preferences about sex/color in mind, but feel strongly that puppies should not be chosen first for cuteness. All puppies are heartbreakingly adorable. But some are too reserved for a family with active children, and some are too active for a retired couple. Our matching of temperaments with applicants will dramatically increase the likelihood of the dog suiting your lifestyle.

Until the fillable form is available here: please email us with the following information:



Phone #:

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Will there be anyone available to check on the puppy at home?

Do you have a fenced yard or other plan for adequate exercise?

Have you had dogs before?

If so, were they a particular breed?

How would you rate your level of experience with dogs?

How many people live in your household?

How many children are there, and what are their ages?

Do your children know how to interact with dogs?

Does anyone in the home have allergies to dogs?

What are your plans for dog training?

Do you have a plan for specific training such as therapy dog, service dog, agility, etc.?

Have you thoroughly considered the time commitment it takes to raise a puppy to be a good dog? Are you ready for that?

Are you committed to caring for this dog for the rest of his/her life?

Do you understand that your deposit is non-refundable unless we are unable to match you with an appropriate puppy from this litter?

Thank you for taking the time to consider your answers to your questions carefully. We really care about the well-being of these puppies.