Parents: Chanel & Oakley Repeat Litter
Breed: F1 mini cockapoos
Color: Red & White Abstract
Expected Weight: 15-18 lbs full grown
Born: July 12, 2023
A refundable deposit will hold your place on the waitlist. Puppies will be chosen in the order the deposits are received. *Please note that deposits are only refundable if the preferred gender or color are not produced in the selected litter. After the puppies are born, the deposits are non-refundable unless we are unable to provide you with said puppy*
Parents: Prada + Ollye
Breed: AKC large mini poodles
Color: Phantom Parti - Brown and Black
Expected Weight: 15-25 lbs full grown
Expected: Early November
Go Home Date: Near Christmas
We are currently accepting deposits for future litters - Send us an email for more information. Follow Facebook page for the most up to date details on confirmed pregnancies.
All parents are tested against genetic health defects before breeding. After a confirmed breeding, the option is open to place a deposit to be on the waitlist. The preference of puppy is chosen in the order that the deposits are received. We will send you information and pictures of the puppies after they are born. The puppy selection takes place at 2 weeks old. This is when personalities and traits begin to develop. You will get weekly updates, pictures, and videos up until they are 8 weeks old. Starting at 4 weeks old, we begin to litter train. Most puppies learn this very quickly! All puppies will be well socialized and crate trained when they go to their new homes. Pick-up day is exactly 8 weeks from their date of birth.
Each puppy will come with a 1 year health guarantee from all fatal genetic diseases. They will also come with a veterinary examination, first round of vaccines, regular deworming, a microchip, 30 days of free pet insurance, and puppy starter pack with food and toys! They are also registered with ACC!
Before bringing your puppy home, there are a few things you will want to do or prepare:
Within three days of bringing your puppy home, you will need to get a puppy exam with your veterinarian for the health guarantee. Most veterinarians schedule 1-2 weeks out, so you will want to schedule an appointment early. They will usually give you a heart-worm prevention sample to start!
It will be about 1-2 months before your puppy will need groomed. However, some groomers like to see puppies earlier to socialize them with the dryers and clippers. Many groomers are not taking new clients or schedule 1-6 months out! You will want to find and schedule a groomer in advance. If you decide to wait longer to groom, I suggest getting them used to blow dryers and touching their feet, teeth, and ears frequently.
Puppies will take a little bit of time to adjust to their new surroundings. You will receive a small bag of puppy food to go home. I recommend Purina Pro Plan Puppy. If you decide to go with a different food option, you will want to mix their old food with the new food to prevent an upset stomach. They can sometimes get loose stool depending on how quickly their food is changed - this is normal and will go away in a few days.
Pet Insurance and Microchip
You will receive the registration information for Trupanion and the microchip in your puppy starter kit. You will want to register with Trupanion on pick-up day to activate your free 30 days of pet insurance. The microchip will not be beneficial until it is registered with your address. By registering the microchip, this associates your contact information with the chip that is located between the shoulder blades of your puppy. If your pet is lost, a shelter or veterinarian can scan the chip to pull up your contact information.
Each puppy will be well-socialized with animals, people, vehicles, and much more upon going to their new homes. However, this socialization will need to continue in their new homes. Crate training is the easiest way to start. Each puppy will be crate-trained before they go home, but their bladders are very small, so they will need to be taken out frequently to go potty. Every puppy will have a different way of learning. Some dogs are treat motivated, while others are motivated through pressure/correction training. If one isn't working, try a new method!