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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do you have a Health Guarantee? What is the Cost?

  • Puppy price is $2,800 plus sales tax unless specified differently
  • Includes 2-year health guarantee for genetic issues

2. What are the different hair types of labradoodles?

  • Straight and wirey much like a Lab.
  • Wooly like a poodle but softer
  • Fleece (Spiral Fleece) which is soft and wavy or loose curls or curly

*Fleece and wooly are typically non-shedding to low shedding

3. What are the different sizes of labradoodles?

  • Micro-Minis/Toys: Under the 15" (Less than 25 lbs)
  • Miniature: 15" to 18" (25-35 lbs)
  • Medium: 19"-21" (36-45 lbs)
  • Standard: 22"-28" (46-70 lbs)

4. What is Penn Hip score or OFA?

All of our dogs hips are tested by OFA or PENN Hip. We also use DNA testing with Embark.

5. When should we Spay/Neuter our new puppy?

We do not Spay/Neuter our puppies at 8 to 12 weeks.....our vet and several other vets have told us this is not the best for the puppies. Instead of this drastic Spay/Neuter procedure, families wishing to purchase a puppy must sign a contract to have their puppy neutered or spayed at the youngest 6 months of age. Depending on vet recommendations some recommend 1 yr. After proof of Spay/Neuter your puppy you will be mailed your pedigree and registration papers if available for that litter. Not all litters have pedigree papers.

6. What comes with the puppies?

Our puppies are registered, microchipped and are up-to-date on their vaccinations and worming medicines. Shots include neopar vaccine at 5 weeks and 5 way at 8 weeks. All puppies come with a puppy package (includes puppy collar and a blanket that has  mom's scent on it so the puppy can rest easy the first few days at their new home.) Puppies & adults are all eating Premium Food.

7. How much will my new puppy weigh?

While most puppies weigh within 5-10lbs of what their parents weighed, some will be bigger and some will be smaller. Each puppy varies and we will have a range of weights within a litter, things like diet and exercise also factor in a dog's weight.

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