Upcoming Puppies

Upcoming Puppies

Because everyone is home during the pandemic, we receive hundreds of weekly requests for puppies available immediately. If you find a puppy available soon, I URGE you to read the breeder's reviews and ask the breeder for a veterinarian reference!! Like most reputable breeders, we do have a waiting list. We breed specifically for temperament, structure and health, not just color/markings; if your only focus is getting a puppy that has certain color/markings, we will not be a good fit for you. Looks can and will change as the puppy ages! The family selection date for our puppies is when the puppies are at least 6-7 weeks old (go home at age 8 weeks old) and families will choose their puppy online, using a pin number provided to them, on the family selection date. WHEN you joined the waiting list will not determine when you get a puppy. If you are quite flexible, then the average waiting time for one of our puppies is about six months long. If you are quite specific (for example, want a miniature, red, female) then the average waiting time is 12 months. If we have too many on the waiting list and it's going to be longer than 12 months wait, we will again CLOSE the waiting list. We don't want families to reserve more than a year in advance because as we've all seen lately...LIFE HAPPENS. Please read the FAQ tab on this site and then complete the application if you want more information. We do NOT ship our puppies cargo, for the safety of our precious babies, and we are located near Raleigh NC. We can refer you to a licensed pet transporter who will personally deliver from our home to yours, if needed.

Quick Facts

  • Goldendoodles
  • Due:Summer/Fall/Winter
  • Ready:age 8 weeks old
  • Parents:miniature, medium, standard
  • Weight:25-65 lbs full grown
  • Waitlist: 4-12 months

Why our puppies are special

 Guarantee for genetically inheritable diseases that are testable & preventable

Many of our dogs become service dogs due to their excellent temperament.

Our puppies are raised inside our home using Service Dog Protocols