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APPLICATION

TO RESERVE A PUPPY

Please click here for more information on why our Reservation Fees are non-refundable, as well as other frequently asked information.

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Position Statement on CDDY

Florida Law requires us to present all puppy purchasers with the following information. We strictly adhere to all Florida breeding statues.

It is the consumer’s right, pursuant to section 828.29, Florida Statutes, to receive a certificate of veterinary inspection with each dog or cat purchased from a pet dealer. Such certificate shall list all vaccines and deworming medications administered to the animal and shall state that the animal has been examined by a Florida-licensed veterinarian who certifies that, to the best of the veterinarian’s knowledge, the animal was found to have been healthy at the time of the veterinary examination. In the event that the consumer purchases the animal and finds it to have been unfit for purchase as provided in section 828.29(5), Florida Statutes, the consumer must notify the pet dealer within 2 business days of the veterinarian’s determination that the animal was unfit. The consumer has the right to retain, return, or exchange the animal and receive reimbursement for certain related veterinary services rendered to the animal, subject to the right of the dealer to have the animal examined by another veterinarian.

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APPLICATION INFORMATION

Please know what you are getting into when you reserve a puppy. 

  • Puppies are babies and no matter how well-raised or trained should be expected to cry, bark, and have accidents, often at very inconvenient times and places.
     

  • They need attention and love and work.
     

  • You should be prepared to spend time frequently during the day caring for and working with your puppy.
     

  • Many puppies, including Goldendoodles, can have excitement urination (this is not the same as submissive urination). This goes away as the puppy matures, but should be expected as a possibility while your puppy is young. For more information, please read this link
     

  • There's no such thing as a "calm" Goldendoodle puppy.

    • Puppies by nature are high energy.

    • Some are higher energy than others, but no healthy Goldendoodle puppy is calm and quiet all the time.

    • If you think you want a really calm puppy, please get a cat or a stuffed animal. 

    • However, we start your puppy off right and if you keep up with the training and impulse control we start, then you will have a lovely, calm, biddable, easy-going adult and will have had the wonderful bonding experience of helping your puppy develop into that sweet, confident adult. 

    • It typically takes about 2 years for Goldendoodles to mellow and for their puppy energy level to go down.
       

IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED FOR ALL OF THIS, PLEASE DO NOT GET A PUPPY FROM ANYBODY.