While we do enjoy visits from families, we are not a kennel and therefore only have two dogs that live with us that are available to meet. When we have puppies we prefer to have visitors after our puppies have had their vaccinations. There are many diseases and sicknesses that can be given to puppies by something as simple as walking in the house with your shoes on! We care way too much for our puppies and our upcoming puppy families to put them at risk. Since we have these restrictions, we try very hard to keep lots of updated pictures and videos on our website and blog, so families can watch as the puppies grow.
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What size kennel should I buy?
For small mini Labradoodles(10-14lbs), we recommend the small size wire crate. For large mini and medium size Labradoodles, we recommend the medium size wire crate. Many stores sell crates that have dividers. This allows new puppy owners the ability to buy the crate that will fit their Labradoodle when it's an adult, but make it smaller when it is just a puppy. We suggest crates with dividers whenever possible.
What's with the ribbon colors?
We use different ribbons on each of the puppies so that we may keep track of their weights, and tell puppies apart while they are young.
What is my new puppy's eating schedule?
Your puppy will be eating three times a day. Morning, afternoon, and evening. If possible, continue to feed your new puppy that afternoon feeding for another week or two. If the afternoon feeding doesn't work with your schedule, two feedings a day is fine. We recommend keeping the puppy's feedings on a schedule as much as possible. We also suggest not feeding your new puppy past 6:30p.m., as this will help the puppy make it through the night in his crate
How much food will my puppy need per serving?
Small mini Labradoodles will be eating about 1 cup per day. Large mini Labradoodles will be eating 1 1/2 - 1 3/4 cups. Medium Labradoodles will be eating 2 - 2 1/2 cups per day.
What will I need for the puppy?
Your new puppy will need a crate(if you plan on crate training), plenty of toys, a collar, a leash, food and water bowl and a brush.
How should I transfer the puppy home?
Your puppy will be happy to ride comfortably on your lap when going home. Most puppies fall asleep on the ride to their new home. A crate is another way to transport the puppy, if you feel more comfortable having the puppy secured in one spot during the trip. For families that are unable to pick up their puppies in person, we do allow puppies to fly to them. Please contact us to make arrangements.
How soon do I need to take my new puppy in for a check-up after I pick him up?
The puppy will need to get a check up within 3 business days of bringing him home. Many times, the second set of shots can be done during this visit.