We want the adoption experience to work for all parties involved. We are always here (before or after your puppy goes home with you) if you have any training, health, or upbringing questions. We also will provide regular preparation tips to help your family prepare to bring your little one home. We know that adopting one of our dogs takes more forethought than adopting from the pet store across the street, so we are relying on the fact that you’ve thought this through before committing.
We will ALWAYS TAKE OUR PUPPIES BACK if you decide you are unable to care for them, but will not refund you unless there has been a breach of contract on our part.
All dogs shed; however, most doodles have hair instead of fur. There are a number of benefits that come with having a dog with hair over a dog that has fur. One major benefit that draws many to consider dog breeds that have hair is the fact that they do shed less. Dogs with fur often shed on a daily basis, leaving bits of their fur everywhere they go. A dog with hair will still shed, but they will shed much, much less frequently than a dog with fur. This is because a dog with hair will have a coat that continuously grows, while a dog with fur will have a coat that only grows to a certain point. You’ll find that this makes it much easier to help your dog maintain good hygiene and smelling fresh. A dog with hair is much easier to groom than a dog with fur!
Besides their good looks, the doodle is often looked to as a dog that can also be enjoyed by people with allergies. It is often referred to as a “hypoallergenic” breed. This may be somewhat misleading, as there is no real hypoallergenic breed. Dogs can affect an allergic person in three main ways: dander, saliva, and even urine according to The American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. To reiterate, saying that doodles are hypoallergenic is different then saying they are non-allergenic. It is true that they are less likely to cause allergies, but that does not mean that they would NEVER ever, under any circumstance cause allergies. Someone who makes the claim that any breed is completely non-allergenic is overstating his/her case.
Doodles come in a variety of sizes, each with its own unique characteristics. This hybrid breed is a mix between a Retriever or Shepherd and a Poodle, resulting in four main sizes: Toy, Miniature, Medium, and Standard Doodles.
The size of a Doodle is determined by the size of its parent breeds, as well as any gender differences that may come into play. Each size has its own unique qualities, making it important to understand the differences so you can choose the perfect Doodle for your family.
Various factors impact the size of a Doodle, such as the parent breeds’ size, gender differences, and the generation of the doodle, which can be F1, F1B, F2B, or multi-generation.
Additionally, gender variations can also impact the size of a Doodle, with males tending to be about 10% larger than females in terms of height and weight.
Our puppies are started on crate training & potty training at 4 weeks of age, making their transition into their new home consistently smoother!! Our Puppy Packet includes: registration certificate, our 1 year genetic health guarantee, first series of puppy shots and de-wormings, puppy food, your puppy's Health Records, blanket and toys with parents and siblings scents on it, and an informational puppy packet with lots of necessary, helpful information about your new puppy. And we are always here to answer your questions!
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