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How to Buy a Puppy

Step One: Contact


     Contact us by phone or email to let us know a little about you and the kind of puppy you are looking for.  It is important to us to get to know our clients and know that our babies will be going to a home where they will be cared for and loved.


Visitations are only by appointment only and we require that you fill out our application in order to adopt one of our puppies.  We do not ship our puppies because we strongly feel that it is important to meet the families before letting them go.  If you live out of the area,  we would love to talk to you via phone or email, but it is important to us that you pick them up in person.

Phone number: (706)353-7222

Cell: (706)247-5325


Step Two: Deposits


Deposits are used as a reserve spot. This is so that you may have a place in line to choose a puppy from a particular litter that you are dedicated to.


 Deposits are taken out of the total price of the puppy (not added to it) and hold your place in line. If you decide to change to a different litter (up to 2 times max.) you may do so, but all deposits are non-refundable. 


  • Cavapoos

    • Deposit: $500

    • Total: $2500


  • Medium and Larger F1/F1b Goldendoodle:

    • Deposit: $400

    • Total: $1800


  • English Creme Medium F1/F1b Goldendoodle:

    • Deposits: $600

    • Total:  $2000


  • Miniature Goldendoodle:

    • Deposit: $600

    • Total:  $2000   

  • Petite Goldendoodle:

    • Deposit: $800​

    • Total: 2800


*Please keep in mind: Your deposit is only good for one spot in one litter. Within the first week of the puppies being born you will need to decide if your spot is for females or males. YOu will need to decide this otherwise your deposit would be essentially holding two puppies.  To ensure that everyone's deposit is equal,  you will need to decide the gender you would like to be placed with.   In the mean time, please take a look at our facebook page and our album linked below to see some pictures of our dogs as puppies and at maturity. 

Step Three: The Wait


The worst part is anxiously waiting for your new baby to be ready to come home!  We let our puppies go home at 8 weeks old, which is a time we feel is safest (as our vet recommends) and is the state's legal requirement. We will not let them go home a day earlier.


In the meantime, we will be providing your puppy with a foundation that will last a lifetime. Your pup will be receiving tons of socialization, attention, love, and nurturing.



Check out our FAQs of puppy buyers over the years and help yourself get prepared: 


 Until they are ready to go home, we will try our best to post pictures every week to two weeks as they grow. We also try to provide videos or facebook livestreams when we can.


To prepare for your new one's arrival we suggest reading articles by Cesear Millan and scheduling your vet trip in advance, as we require that you take your pup to the vet within 48 hours of his/her pickup to ensure that our pups are in optimal health upon departure.


Step Four: Picking Out Your Puppy


For people that are coming to our location and picking out a puppy , you may come to visit them when they are 5 weeks old but not sooner. This is when they have received their first vaccination and are ready to be handled safely.  Make sure to make your appointment time to do so!


If you do not plan on visiting in person, you are welcome to pick through pictures at anytime in the order of deposits received.   If you plan on visiting to pick out your puppy, please read our Puppy Visit Guidelines linked below. 








Also, during this time, it is recommended that you set a date with us to pick up your new family member, which is at the 8 week mark. We can get very busy so the sooner, the better!  We will not hold your puppy past the 8 week mark (unless prior accommodations have been made) since this age is optimal for bonding with their new familly members, training, and learning the new lifestyle they will be a huge part of. 

What if I can't pick up my puppy at the 8 week mark?


We can work with you on your schedule to help you pick up your puppy at a better time frame for you. We can hold your puppy for you for $50/day starting at the 8 week mark and not to exceed the 11 week mark. During this time your puppy will be kept up to date on all vet-checks, wormings, socilization and exercised. 


Step Five: Puppy Pick-Up


Finally the wait is over!  At 8 weeks old,  your new baby is ready to come home. Make sure you have an appointment to come pick him or her up!  We will not only provide you with an amazing little puppy, but everything you need to start your journey during his/her growth. Please keep in mind that if you are paying your final balance the day of pickup,


You will need to bring the remainder in cash  or card .

We will not accept checks.


If you would like to avoid bringing cash, please pay the remaining balance with enough time for it to clear before the pick up date.

What should I have ready to go by pickup time?


  • Make sure you have made an appointment with your vet for 48 hours after pick up as a way to ensure that everything is doing well upon the puppy leaving our facility. 

  • Please make sure you have an appointment day and time set up with us to get your puppy. 

  • Have your form of final payment ready. This can either be cash or card (for a 3.5% reader fee).  Checks are not accepted if the puppy will be leaving the facility the same day. 

  • A list of any questions you might have

  • A Blanket, towel or small box might be a good idea for long trips. If you plan on stopping along the way please make sure to visit areas that are not frequented by other dogs such as rest stops. 

  • Make sure that you do not have any plans to bring your puppy to any dog parks or dog stores until your puppy has had all 4 of his vaccinations in order to protect them against Parvo. Upon leaving our facility, you will receive a shot record that details the first two shots they have already received, the first being at 5 weeks old and the 2nd being at 8 weeks old. Your puppy will get their 3rd shot by your vet at about the 11-12 week mark and the final one at the 15-16 week mark. Until then, they can still be susceptile to Parvovirus and it is highly recommended that you do not bring them around any unknown dogs.


  We will provide you with: 

  • A two year warranty

  • Early neurological stimulation

  • Temperament treatment

  • Up-to-date on shots and wormings

  • A complete health record for you and your vet

  • A sample of his/her food

  • A puppy/care kit which includes a training leash and tips on training

  • A puppy-safe chew toy

  • Your puppy will be doggy-door trained

  • Continous support and advice as your puppy grows


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