To get on my waiting list for a Goldendoodle or Golden Retriever puppy, a $500 non-refundable deposit must be sent to secure your spot on the list. Upon receiving your deposit, I will send you a receipt confirming you have been added to the waitlist. Once puppies are born, they are then chosen in the order deposits were received: the first person to send in a deposit gets first pick of the available puppies, and so on.
Please make checks payable to Juris Doodles LLC.
Mailing address: 424 Kick Hill Road Lebanon, CT 06249
Also include: your name, physical address, email address, phone number and whether you are placing your deposit for a Goldendoodle or Golden Retriever.
Deposits are only refundable if no puppy of the size and type you have requested becomes available within one year of placing your deposit. However, you may also opt to stay on the list for another year if you so choose!
Please note that while generally female dogs will come into heat about every 6 months, this cannot be guaranteed. Additionally, pregnancy, litter sizes, sex and color of puppies are all completely in the hands of Mother Nature.
IMPORTANT: I reserve the right to keep any puppy from any litter in order to continue my breeding program. This choice will be exercised before puppy pick day.
I will announce online once I have a confirmed pregnancy.
Then, about 30 days later once the puppies are born, I will reach out to the families on the waiting list in order, based on the type and size of the puppy they were interested in and the date I received their deposit. From here, I will post an initial picture of the litter, and then will begin posting individual pictures of the puppies once they are three weeks old. Weekly pictures of the pups will be uploaded until they go home.
Families will come to select their puppies once the puppies are six weeks old, and puppies will go home to their furever families once they are eight weeks of age.
While with me, the puppies will eat Purina Pro Plan food and take NuVet vitamins and probiotics. I raise puppies in a clean, happy environment using the Puppy Culture curriculum.