How Do I Reserve a Puppy?
To be next in line to choose a puppy from our upcoming litter, please sign up here. This will allow you to be notified once we have our next pregnant mama confirmed. **Please note, we do not have a waiting list. Once registration opens, via Instagram, it will be first-come, first serve.** We will then go through a process of registration, notifying everyone via a post on Instagram. If you’re then still interested, you’ll be able to secure one of our puppies with a $700 deposit, which is part of the full price of $5,000* CDN (including tax) for one puppy.
Please be aware it is a final deposit. As we have a lot of interest in our puppies, it is not fair to sell our puppies and then have to change to another family. Thank you for understanding!
*please note – starting 2022, all puppies will be priced at $6,000 CAD (including taxes)
What is the full price of a puppy?
The full price for one of our cuddly Mini Golden Doodle puppies is $5,000 CAD, including tax, effective April 20th, 2020. (note: in 2022, the price of our puppies will be $6,000 CAD).
Once you put down your $700 deposit, you are guaranteed a spot in the litter for which you made a deposit. We sell the number of puppies that we believe to be in each litter, but this is of course dependent on the exact amount of puppies in each litter, and sometimes we cannot estimate exactly. After you have made your deposit, we will continue to keep you updated until the puppies arrive.
Your choosing date is around when the puppies are 5 weeks old. This is the day you get to see your puppy and choose which one is for you! On that date please bring or arrange to e-transfer the second installment of $2,000.
The last payment is $2,300 in cash or e-transfer at the time when you pick up the puppy, bringing the total to $5,000. Of course, you can pay in full at any time if this is more convenient for you.
What if I miss my viewing appointment?
If you do not come on the appointment date to choose the puppy you want, unfortunately, you do forfeit your place in line as far as choosing one goes – because other people are coming after you for their appointment to choose. In such a case we will choose one for you taking into consideration all the information you have given us about which puppy you would want.
How do I pick up my puppy?
Finally the day for picking up your puppy has come! Normally this happens at 8 weeks old. Throughout the process we will keep you informed of how your puppy is doing, and upon an agreed pickup time, we ask that you (or someone from the family) come personally to pickup your puppy.
Can you ship my puppy?
In person-pick up is recommended as we love to introduce you to your puppy and your puppy to meet its owner. However, we recognize this is not always possible. If you are not able to pick up your puppy, do let us know and we can work something out for you.*
*We are not offering shipping at this time; you are more than welcome however to come pick up your puppy!
What comes with my purchase of one of your Mini Goldendoodles?
Your Mini Goldendoodle puppy will get a Veterinarian examination, de-worming, and the first round of shots. You will also get your puppy examined by a Veterinarian again at the time of pick up, while you are present, and receive their health documentation up to that point.
You also get 6 weeks of free Pet Insurance for your puppy. The insurance is valid at any Veterinarian Hospital/Clinic across Canada. The insurance kicks in from the day you took your puppy home (typically at 8 weeks old). There’s no obligation for you to continue with the insurance once the 6 weeks run out. However, you do have the option to continue your insurance should you choose with the insurer directly.
Are there returns?
Understandably, there are no ‘returns’ allowed! A little life is in the balance. We guarantee that your puppy will be the offspring of one of our beautiful personal pets! We do not guarantee any future tests you may do as all; what we stand by is that the puppies are offspring of our own beautiful and unique dogs that we love and that we do not get puppies from any other source.