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Paws Beyond The Pines
Colorado Australian Labradoodles
What do puppies go home with?
Two year health guarantee
An examination by a veterinarian
Their first round of vaccinations and deworming
Toys & a blanket that smells like home
Food they are familiar with
Early socialization with introduction to clicker training and puppy culture
What is your puppy price?
We ask for a $500, non refundable deposit to hold a puppy and get on our wait-list. It's applied to the final purchase price of $3,100 . Puppy selection takes place at 6 weeks, based on your wait-list position. Final payment is due electronically the day before pickup or with cash/cashier's check at pickup.
What is an Australian Labradoodle?
Australian Labradoodles are intuitive, intelligent, and love people. Their non-shedding coats are considered as allergy friendly as possible. They excel as family dogs and do great with children. They make fantastic therapy dogs because of their well rounded disposition and ability to train easily. Originally created by a Royal Guide Dogs Association trainer in the 1980s who wanted to create an allergy-friendly guide dog, the breed has carefully been bred for temperament, coat, and with generations of health testing.
When do puppies go home?
Puppies go home at 8 weeks. Ask us about extended stays for advanced training!
Where & How Puppies Are Raised
Our puppies are raised in our home from birth to going home. Because we are so small, they receive all of our attention. We practice early clicker training, which gets them used to basic commands and potty training.We make sure that they are well socialized, and get an early start with puppy culture.
Can we come visit the puppies?
If we have puppies then we are more than happy to Zoom with you anytime, and as many times as you need. We can show you our home, puppies, parent dogs, and hopefully get to know each other better.
Due to the risk of highly transmissible canine diseases like Parvo, we do not allow physical visitors prior to the puppies going home.This article from the AKC outlines some of the concerns breeders have about limiting exposure to disease since the puppies have immature immune systems and have not yet been vaccinated.
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