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We are excited to announce that our waitlist for puppies is now open! Our litters are carefully planned and raised with love and dedication.  If you're looking for a puppy that is highly intelligent and allergy friendly, we invite you to join our waitlist. Secure your reservation with a small deposit and get ready to welcome your new fur baby this spring!

  • Why is this puppy still available?

    Every year, I get asked the same question. Why is this puppy still available? Why didn't he/she get picked?

    There are many answers to why a puppy doesn't get picked right away. Some puppies don't fit into the requirements that each family has. e.g. colour, size, coat type. Some puppies are more outgoing than other's and some are more reserved.

    We've had puppies that were not seen at all because they didn't meet the requirements that the families on the waitlist had. Just because a puppy is still available doesn't mean that there's something wrong with them.

We understand that sometimes families need to extend their puppy's stay with us and we are happy to accommodate. Please note that there will be a $25 per day fee for extended stays. Our top priority is ensuring that your puppy is healthy, happy and ready to join your family. We offer personalized care and attention to each puppy, with the ultimate goal of helping them grow into well-adjusted and loving dogs.

Stassi is our F1 English Goldendoodle. she was born in 2018.  She is available to a good home. She has basic training (crate, sit, down, leash)

No, a Goldendoodle may not be the best fit for someone with a busy schedule away from home all day and evening. Goldendoodles love being around their families and do not do well alone for extended periods of time. They thrive on companionship and interaction, so they may experience separation anxiety and exhibit destructive behaviors if left alone for long periods. If you have a busy schedule, it may be best to consider a different breed or explore options for doggy daycare or hiring a dog walker to ensure your Goldendoodle gets the attention and care they need.

 

No, a Goldendoodle may not be the best fit for you if you are gone all day for work and away most evenings for activities. Goldendoodles love being around their families and do not do well alone for long periods of time. They thrive on companionship and may experience separation anxiety if left alone frequently. If you have a busy schedule, it's important to consider a pet's need for attention and companionship before bringing a Goldendoodle into your home. If you are unable to dedicate sufficient time to be with a pet, it might be best to consider alternative pet options or make arrangements for someone to provide regular care and companionship for the dog during the day.

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