|~The Reservation Process~
|Since 2001 we have been involved in raising and rearing puppies. First with a few litters of labrador retrievers and then we
transitioned to doodles in 2004. We've worked very hard to produce healthy, well socialized, even tempered, and willing to
please puppies that are easy to train and eager to learn.
The reservation process is quite simple. Place a $500 nonrefundable/nontransferable deposit to reserve a spot on the litter
that interests you. Once puppies are born, and genders are known you will place your deposit on a boy or girl puppy. I do
not allow one to be on both gender lists so you do have to choose which gender you want prior to selection day. If a deposit
is placed before the litter has been confirmed pregnant and the girl ends up not being pregnant you have the option to have
the deposit refunded in full or transferred to another litter list.
All deposits and payments go towards the posted price of the puppy.
Pictures are updated every 7-10 days....or so....so you can watch the puppies grow. This is a very time consuming process,
sometimes I may be a day off either way but I always make it work so those with deposits get to see how much puppies
change over time. Once the puppies are older and the picking process begins I will add videos. Video updates take a lot of
time and use an immense amount of our Internet allowance per month so I need to be mindful of how many videos I post each
month as to not terminate our Internet connection by going over, if this happens I can't update my site at all. It usually
takes 1-2 hours per each video to upload. Our internet connection is limited at times so updates will post when possible.
Puppies are released around 9 weeks old. This date is scheduled far in advance and if you reserve a pup from us it's
expected that you are able to pickup on the scheduled release date. Raising puppies is a lot of work, we schedule our
personal time once the pups have gone to their new homes. We do not keep puppies for extra training or more than a few
days past their release date so please be aware of this before reserving a puppy. If need be you can wait for a litter with a
more convenient pick up time if the one you're waiting for will disrupt your schedule.
To learn about how the selection process works, click here.
|We are located in the State
of Michigan just outside of