How the adoption process works
Once we have a Vet confirmed pregnancy with an ultrasound giving us an approximate litter number, we then open up our new puppy parent list for signups This notification will also list the deposit fee as well as the full adoption fee so there are no surprises for our new puppy parents.
The deposit secures you a puppy and holds your place in line. You won’t actually get to choose your puppy until they are 4 weeks old. This allows you to get a better idea of the puppy you are choosing and taking home.
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You won’t be able to take your puppy until he or she is at least 8 weeks old. This is an important milestone for your puppy. Not only is it illegal to send them to their new home before then but they would also be missing out on key behaviors and skills that are formed from their mother as well as being part of a litter.
ALL new puppy parents are required to read and sign a STRICT spay and neuter contract. This is a legal requirement by the state of California and without this we won’t be able to adopt a Goldendoodle puppy from us.
You can expect a well-adjusted and socialized puppy going home with you. They are healthy and vet checked. They have received all age appropriate vaccines and have been dewormed. Each puppy will go to their new home with a blanket that has their mother and litters’ scent. Taking a little piece of their birth home with them makes their transition a little easier.