FAQs

Questions And Answers

 

  1. How do I reserve a puppy in my name?  First you must fill out an application for the type of puppy you are requesting.   If  approved a $350.00 non-refundable security deposit will hold your puppy until two weeks after your puppy is born, at that time the balance is due in full.   Waiting lists will be on a first-come, first-serve basis for the expected litters and breeder has 1st option.
  2. How much are your puppies?   Our Standard Goldendoodle adoption fee is $2,000.00 and our Mini/Moyen & Moyen Goldendoodle adoption fee is $2,500.00,  this does not include the cost of delivery if required.  If you are picking your puppy up in Kansas we are required to charge sales tax at the time of pick-up.
  3. Do you ship your puppies?    We do encourage families to fly into Wichita to pick up their new family members, whenever possible.  We can meet you at the airport or you may come to our home.   If a adopting family is unable to come to Kansas we can arrange to personally deliver your the puppy to you at the closest major airport.   The cost of “personal puppy delivery”  ranges between $450.00 – $650.00  this include the (ticket needed for the flight).  The earlier the reservation is placed typically helps to keep the “delivery fee” lower due to being able to book flights in-advance.
  4. Do you early spay/neuter your puppies?   We do not usually early spay/neuter our goldendoodle puppies,  we have a spay/neuter contract that the health guarantee is contingent upon.
  5. Where are the puppies raised?  Our mother’s give birth inside our home and all of our puppies are delivered into our hands and loved from that moment on. Our children our very involved  in the handling of the puppies from birth, giving them lots of cuddles and attention throughout their time with us.
  6. Do you do genetic testing on you dogs?   Yes,  our dogs are OFA or PennHIP certified, CERF eyes & heart, plus vWD & PRA testing and we do offer a guarantee on inherited genetic diseases that is contingent upon the puppy being spayed or neutered by six months.
  7. Why do you breed dogs?   I am a stay at home mother of four incredible children that are all animal lovers!  We love to spend time with our dogs and puppies and I believe that it helps children learn about love, commitment and responsibility.  We also have 5 horses and 1 pony,chickens and cows plus  we raise the occasional bottle calf too.
  8. What will I receive with my puppy?

If you are picking up your puppy or if I am delivering him/her to you, you will receive a puppy kit that includes:

  • Puppy Training and Raising Booklet
  • Health records with the list of vaccinations and the de-worming schedule
  • A small sample bag of the Royal Canine Medium or Large Breed Puppy Food
  • Security blanket (with the mother’s and siblings scent on it)
  • Puppy Toy(s)
  • Personalized collar and leash
  • 1 month free Trupanion Puppy Insurance
  • Comprehensive health guarantee/contract
  1. When can we pickup our puppy or when will he/she be delivered?  The puppies are ready or go to their new homes at 8 weeks of age.  Arrangements need to be made to pickup the puppy within 5 days of the puppy turning 8 weeks old.   If the puppy needs to stay with us longer we charge  $10.00/ day, this does not include the fee of extra immunizations or wormings if necessary.
  2. Can we come and visit you and your dogs?   Incoming visitors to our home are limited to those families who have reserved a puppy with a deposit.  Families that have a puppy reserved can arrange a visit by contacting us.   We regret having to limit visitors however, there are many contagious and deadly diseases and illnesses that can be carried in very easily and unknowingly by people.   We feel responsible to the families that have reserved puppies with us to protect their puppies, as well as, our adult dogs.
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