The Available Puppies Page

Please browse all our available puppies below and after reading our Policies you may continue in reserving one today!

Please Email or call us at (606) 787-2234 with any additional questions.

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Available
CKC
Marlee (Female)
Age: 11 weeks old
Breed: F1b Goldendoodle
Available: Ready now!
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Available
CKC
Marieta (Female)
Age: 11 weeks old
Breed: F1b Goldendoodle
Available: Ready now!
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Available
CKC
Myrna (Female)
Age: 11 weeks old
Breed: F1b Goldendoodle
Available: Ready now!

Available Soon

Just Born!
Sergeant & Katie Litter Just Born!

Brand new litter of F1 Goldendoodle's born March 21, 2024, should be ready for their new homes by 7 Weeks of age. (May 9, 2024)

Expecting!
Captain & Butterscotch Litter Expecting!

Brand new litter of F1 Bernedoodle's expecting on , should be ready for their new homes by 7 Weeks of age. (June 2, 2024)

A few things to prepare for your new puppy:


Our Puppies are being served: NutriSource: Small & Medium Breed Puppy

NutriSource® grain free formulas deliver compact nutrition and include prebiotics and probiotics to help support a healthy gut. Balanced Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids along with L-Carnitine, taurine, choline chloride and DL Methionine supplementation to promote heart health make NutriSource® grain free formulas stand out.

This food can be ordered and purchased from Amazon.com
Additionally, we highly recommend ordering NuVet Plus K9 Wafers to help your puppy continue in great health!

A few things to bring along for the puppy's ride home:

  • Crate or Box
  • Short Leash
  • Bath Towel or Pad
  • Paper Towels (in case of car sickness)

It is good to come prepared as puppies can get a little car sick or will drool a bit as they travel for the first time.

Preparing Your Home: Before bringing your new puppy home, ensure you have a puppy-proofed area set up with his bed, food, water, and toys. Remove any hazards or items that he could chew on or ingest.

First Introduction: When you first bring your puppy home, take him to the designated potty area outside. Use a consistent command for potty breaks, such as "go potty," and reward him when he goes in the right spot.

Exploring His New Home: Allow your puppy to explore his new surroundings gradually. Start with a small, puppy-proofed area and gradually introduce him to other rooms in the house.

Meeting the Family: Introduce your puppy to family members one at a time, in a calm and quiet environment. This helps him feel more comfortable and less overwhelmed.

Establishing a Routine: Set a schedule for feeding, potty breaks, playtime, and naptime. Consistency is key to helping your puppy adjust to his new home.

Crate Training: Introduce your puppy to his crate as a safe and comfortable space. Use positive reinforcement, such as treats and praise, to encourage him to enter the crate.

Supervision and Socialization: Supervise your puppy at all times, especially during the early days. Socialize him with other dogs and people to help him become a well-adjusted adult dog.

Basic Training: Start basic training early, including commands like sit, stay, and come. Use positive reinforcement to reward good behavior.

Health and Safety: Schedule a vet visit for a health check-up and vaccinations. Keep your puppy safe by removing any toxic plants or substances from your home.

Building a Bond: Spend quality time with your puppy, playing, training, and cuddling. This helps build a strong bond between you and your new furry friend.

Patience and Love: Above all, be patient and show your puppy love and affection. He is adjusting to a new environment and needs time to feel comfortable and secure.

Bringing a new puppy home is an exciting time, and with the right preparation and care, you can ensure a smooth transition for your new furry family member.