Pricing for Puppies
Pricing is a hard and touchy issue. We have put a lot of time, love, and money into purchasing and raising healthy pets. We aren't trying to get rich off breeding doodles. They are our passion and we couldn't be happier with the joy they have brought our own family and we love being a part of the joy the puppies bring to their family. There are many backyard breeders who just throw two dogs together and have a litter of puppies without doing any health testing! There is also the issue of how you want your puppy raised....Ours are socialized with families using the program Puppy Culture. They hear the vacuum, TV, other dogs, outdoor cats, door bells, and our children playing. The puppies get the attention they need not only from mamma but from the entire family. We raise puppies how we would desire our own dogs to be raised.
What goes home with your Puppy:
8 Weeks of PUPPY CULTURE An unbeatable training/raising program!! Used by the best breeders.
Early Neurological Stimulation (SUPER DOG) (BIO SENSOR)
2 year Health Warranty
Vet checked puppy
Detailed shot record with dates of dewormings and vaccinations
Puppy toy that has your puppy's litter mates & mothers scent
A 3-day supply of puppy food
We start the process of potty training your puppy with litter boxes.
Our puppies are sold as a PET ONLY, no breeding of the puppy is allowed.
F1B Medium Goldendoodles - $2200 Males and $2400 Females
F1B and F2B Mini Goldendoodles - $2400 Males and $2600 Females
F1 Cavapoos - $2600 Males and $2800 Females
** WE PROUDLY SUPPORT PUBLIC SERVANTS and VETERANS!! We give an additional $100 DISCOUNT for Policeman, Fireman, Teachers, Veterans, and Christian Ministers.
**We prefer Bank Transfer, but also accept PayPal (2.9% Fee), Credit/Debit Cards (2.9% Fee), Certified Check. We DO NOT accept personal checks.
HOW RESERVATIONS WORK...
God continues to bless us with beautiful, healthy puppies, but we have no control over what mothers are able to get pregnant or how many puppies are born in each litter. Our mother dogs are pets first and we limit the amount of litters each mamma has.
Each breeder we know does deposits, reservations, and pick-up in a little different way. We try to please our puppies families as much as possible. Unfortunately, not every family can have the 'pick of the litter.' Also, each family has different criteria they are looking for in a puppy. This makes picking puppies a challenge for a puppy family and a breeder. Hence the multiple ways to govern deposits, reservations, and pick-up processes. The following is what we have found to please the majority. Please know as a breeder, we are trying to give the best opportunity to each puppy and each family.
Reservation Deposit $450 (Sent via QuickBooks invoice link)
Full total of Puppy due on pickup or before
WAIT LIST FOR ALL LITTERS: To get on our Wait List you will need to make a $50 deposit and fill out our application. This wait list is not an individual litter wait list, but a wait list for all upcoming Kitaloudoodle pups.
Reservation Deposits: Usually we do a puppy reveal at 3-4 weeks old. We contact our our Wait List in order, and see if they would like to make a Reservation Deposit on a particular pup OR if they would like to wait for the next litter. The longer you stay on the waiting list the further up in the list you will be.
NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSITS: All waitlist/application deposits on puppies are non-refundable. Reservation deposits are also non-refundable. However if there was an unforeseen event and we did not have puppies from that litter, you would get your reservation deposit back or transfer it to another litter.
Financing: An approval letter must be received within one week of your pups reservation deposit.
VISITORS: We would love to welcome visitors whenever possible! However, we also want to protect your future puppy. These puppies immune systems are just getting started and we don't want to compromise their health. So we do not accept visitors until the puppies are 6 weeks of age. This is to insure the health of your future puppy. We also recommend, as do most vets, to not take your puppy to dog parks, pet stores, and other pet areas until the puppy is over 16 weeks old and fully vaccinated. Their immune system is still developing and needs that time for vaccines to stimulate and make the correct antibodies.
PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: Look for WEEKLY photos and or videos of puppies. We make a google photo drive so you can see and share these cuties with your friends and family.
PICK-UP: All puppies will need to be picked up on the date chosen around the 8 weeks old mark. (Goal is to pick up on a Friday to allow for families and pup to have the weekend to adjust.) Please make arrangements to do so.