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Adopting a Puppy

The process of adopting a puppy shouldn't be confusing or overwhelming. That is why we created this handy dandy roadmap that clearly shows when and how everything happens during the process of getting your furry companion. If there is anything you have questions about please don't hesitate to contact us.

#1 The Application

You will have to fill out our Puppy Application form before you can actually reserve a puppy. This form will let us know a little about you and where the puppy will be staying, so we can see if a Labradoodledoo puppy is right for you.

#2 The Deposit

After you have filled out your application, you can now place a deposit and reserve a puppy. A deposit is a non-refundable $500 payment that will be counted towards the final sales price and will save one of the puppies of the chosen litter for you. After you know what puppy is yours, we will stop updating the pictures on the website and start sending you emails with the pictures and different things to help you prepare for your puppy. Please note: you are not able to place a deposit on a puppy before the puppy has been born and if there are multiple litters at the same time, you can move your deposit from one litter to another.

#3 The Puppy

When the puppies are 6 weeks old, we will choose your puppy for you based upon your preferences and life style shown in your application and any conversation we have had with you. Here at Labradoodledoo we believe that matching the correct temperament of a puppy with a specific family is far more important than the color or gender of the puppy. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that you will receive a puppy with your preferred color or gender.

#4 Taking the Puppy home

When your puppy is 8 weeks old it is ready to come home with you. We will have worked out a good time and date for you to come pick up your puppy, this is when the final contract will be signed and your final balance is due. Your puppy will come with a go-home package which includes: a stuffed toy, a weeks worth of dog food, and instructions on how to register the microchip. That's it! 

If you want to know what we will be doing every week, please check out our "Puppy Roadmap" page and if you have any questions please feel free to contact us.