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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do you have a Health Guarantee? 3 year What is the Cost? $2,400. Plus sales tax

2. What are the different hair types of labradoodles?

  • Straight and wirey much like a Lab.
  • Wooly like a poodle but softer
  • Fleece (Spiral Fleece) which is soft and wavy or loose curls or curly (like Cayenne and Roux)
    • Fleece and wooly are typically nonshedding to low shedding and Hypoallergenic.

3. What are the different sizes of labradoodles?

  • Micro-Minis/Toys: Under the 15" (Less than 25 lbs)
  • Miniature: 15" to 18" (25-35 lbs)
  • Medium: 19"-21" (36-45 lbs)
  • Standard: 22"-28" (46-70 lbs)

4. What is Penn Hip score?

  • All of our dogs hips are tested by penn hip. We have AWESOME HIP SCORES!!!!!! The percent of Penn Hip is how the dog rates with other dogs tested 100% would mean the dog's hips would be tighter than approximately 100% tested

5. When should we Spay/Neuter our new puppy?

  • We do not Spay/Neuter our puppies at 8 to 12 weeks.....our vet and several other vets have told us this is not the best for the puppies. (10% die and the others grow at an abnormal rate along with other health issues associated with lack of hormones) My vet is a breeding specialist and I trust him 100%. Instead of this drastic Spay/Neuter proceedure, families wishing to purchase a puppy must sign a contract to have their puppy nuetered or spayed at 6 months of age. After proof of Spay/Neuter your puppy you will be mailed your pedigree and registeration papers.

6. What comes with the puppies?

  • Our puppies are registered, microchippedand up-to-date on their vaccinations and worming medicines. Shots include neopar vaccine at 5 and 7 weeks and Galaxy DA2PPv at 6 and 8 weeks. All puppies come with a puppy package (includes puppy care, a collar and a blanket that has  mom's scent on it so the puppy can rest easy the first few days at their new home.) Puppies & adults are all eating Premium Food.

7. How much will my new puppy weigh?

  • While most puppies weigh within 5-10lbs of what their parents weighed, some will be bigger and some will be smaller. Each puppy varies and we will have a range of weights within a litter, things like diet and exercise also factor in a dogs weight.