We are now offering older, trained Goldendoodle and Bernedoodle puppies!!!
Due to increased requests for older, trained puppies, we have decided to offer our puppies as older, partially-trained puppies as well as a few young adult, full-trained dogs. All of our puppies will have some level of training starting with basic crate and leash . If you would like to receive a young puppy with no training, 10 weeks is the earliest they can leave and you will need to let us know and reserve from a newer litter.
If you want to receive a puppy between the ages of 12 wks-8 months that has been fully vaccinated, crate and leash trained, and had some basic obedience already done then this option may be for you! These puppies will be in different stages of training so please inquire what has already been done , and where they are in their training. Beginning house training now an option as well as fully house-trained older pups/ young adults.
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