What comes home with your new puppy?

 

Leash and collar

New toy

Blanket with the smell of their mom and siblings

Snuggle Puppy - to help your new puppy adjust to sleeping alone

ALAA  and WALA Registration papers (to follow by mail)

Three day supply of  puppy food

How do I get put on a waiting list?

When you see that I have a litter planned, fill out an application.  When the application has been approved you will be notified by email and put on the waiting list.

 


Now I'm on the Litter list which puppy will I get?

 

When the puppies are six weeks old, I will ask you to provide me with your first, second and third choice of puppies from the litter.  Then at seven weeks old, taking into consideration your choices and the temperament i see starting to develop in each puppy, I will allocate the puppies to the homes I feel they will thrive in.

How much does a puppy cost?
 

Puppies are $2600.00  Plus GST  and   PST if you are a B.C. resident 

When and how do I pay for my new puppy?

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A $300.00 deposit is due at the time your name is added to a litter list. 

The deposit can be made by and e-transfer or by Paypal.

The deposit forms part of the puppy purchase price.  When your puppy is ready to go home at eight weeks the remaining balance is due.

The remaining balance can be paid by Cash, a Canadian bank draft, or an e-transfer. 

A bank draft needs to be made out to Karen Hill.  

An e-transfer needs to be done 24 hours before picking up your puppy.

Health Information

Your puppy will be de-sexed at 7 weeks of age.  At that time it will have a veterinarian wellness check up, its first set of immunizations, and be microchipped.

 

 

 

 

 

Things to think about

Labradoodes are house dogs.

Labradoodles love their people and need to be with them.

Labradoodles need to be taken to a groomer.

Labradoodles need to be bathed and brushed.

Young puppies need bathroom breaks at night.

Will the cost of caring for a puppy fit into your budget?

Are you committed to caring for the puppy for the next 12 to 15 years? ( the usual life span of a Labradoodle)

It takes time and energy to care for a puppy as well as an adult dog.  Are you willing to accept this responsibility?

Puppies have accidents in the house and puppies will chew things that they 

shouldn't at times. 

Even a small to medium size Labradoodle needs to have regular exercise!

Work can wait another 30 minutes. There are more important things to do, like throwing sticks.