PUPPY ADOPTION PROCESS:
We strive to select the best match for each family and we in turn must also select the best families for our pups to be adopted. Thereafter the prices are as follows: Goldendoodles $2500; Golden Retrievers $2000
The $500 non-refundable reservation includes, but is not limited to:
a. immediate placement on the puppy waitlist so that you do not lose your place on the list while your application is being processed as the application process may take some time.
b. the application process, which includes but is not limited to a background check for all family members on the application and reference checks.
c. interview through zoom or video conference
Please fill out the application in full, all information is vital to process your application. to hold placement on the waitlist, Reservation fee is due 24 hours after application acceptance.
After careful review of your application we start a checking process to ensure our pups are placed in safe and non-abusive homes. We strive to locate the best possible homes for our pups. We then conduct the first interview which can be held via zoom call or comparable technology, everyone in the family that resides in the home must be present for this call to best assist in the interview process.
Our litters usually consist of an average of 6-8 pups per litter and we try to breed 1-2 girls around the same time so that we can have a great enough selection for families to be matched to. The first families on the waitlist will be offered pups from the most current litters IF the litters meet their needs and requirements.
If a family is not ready when offered or if they have not been asked offered from those current litters due to an inability for us to match the right puppy for them they will not lose their place on the list but will be offered upon the next litter availability. Between 6 and 7 weeks we select the pups for each family that has committed to the litter, by that time puppy needs to be paid for and contract needs to be returned to us. Puppies can go home between 8 and 9 weeks, any length of time that puppy remains in our care past 9 weeks the owners will incur a charge of $125 per day up to 3 days past the 9 week of age mark of puppy, anything past 3 days incurs a charge of $800 per week payable in advance or by cash upon pickup. Past 13 weeks when Rabies is required the board and train cost is $1600 a week.
You are welcome to pick your puppy up from us or visit your puppy (if in training) after initial vaccinations (ie. 8-9 weeks old). Prior to that if you want to meet one of our babies we can connect you with someone in your area that has one of our pups and would be willing to meet with you, we have puppies (now mostly adults) in many areas!
Just as an FYI You should never visit breeders, stores with pets, etc., there are too many chances for communicable diseases as Immunity to parvo is not full until pups have received all vaccines which is 16 weeks so if a breeder allows visitation we would recommend not getting a puppy from them as the one you get could have contracted something from anyone that "visited". So be cautious! If you wanted to meet one of our former pups we can connect you with a family that has one in your area and let you meet theirs and see the amazing quality we breed.
As far as temperament, Stacy is a certified canine behavior consultant and been a trainer for decades, We would never breed any dogs Stacy did not feel were of sound mind, also know that most of our pups are homed with families that have a child that has been diagnosed with autism or a learning disability so we pride ourselves on choosing the absolute best match for each family!
We encourage you to take a deep look through the website as it demonstrates far more details about our breeding program than we could say over a mere phone conversation. Once you have been educated about the extensive experience and looked through Stacy's credentials as well as the genetic tests that we personally test all our dogs for, note we also now test all puppies as well so basically there is no way you could get a dog from us with any genetic problems. Note that nature does take its own course as it does in humans and things can happen but our 6 year genetic health guarantee (also available in detail https://goldendoodlesny.com/health-guarantee ) covers genetic conditions if by chance they pop up although extremely unlikely and I have never had one of pups diagnosed with a genetic condition in 15 years of breeding... if that doesn't show the professionalism than I am not sure what else can be said to convince you.
Stella & Jack or Mance; Stella is from Etta & Bolt's 2016 Litter, we bred her to Jack our original moyen poodle, or Mance, his offspring from our 2015 Poodle litter. Her pups in the past have been wavy coats with colors ranging from cream to apricot, low shed, medium sized, between 45-55 lbs when full grown. Stella is a fun and exciting golden, she loves new experiences, she has some very beautiful sweet and loving puppies, she is extremely obedient and loves everyone.
Tally & Jack or Mance; Tally is a cream colored Golden, she is from Cody & Sandy we are breeding her to Jack or Mance, our Moyen poodles. They will produce pups of smaller size more like 45 lbs when full grown, low shed and some apricot coat colors. She is a sweet, mild mannered golden who loves everyone.
Eames & Jack or Mance; Eames is an adorable straighter coated red Golden. They will produce pups of smaller size, 45-55 lbs full grown,slightly wavy silky low shed darker colored coats.
Laverne & Jack or Mance; Laverne paired with Jack or Mance produce offspring that will be around 45-55 lbs full grown, gold colored coats with medium curls. She is a slim dark Gold golden girl.
Shirley & Jack or Mance; Shirley and Jack or Mance produce offspring that will be around 45-55 lbs full grown, gold colored coats with medium curls. Shirley is a dark Gold Golden girl with tons of beautiful curls
Goren & Jack or Mance; Goren is an adorable red Golden. They will produce pups of smaller size, 45-55 lbs full grown, wavy silky low shed darker colored coats.
Bailey's & Jack or Mance; Bailey's is our Female English Cream Golden with direct ancestors in Serbia, Spain, France, India. Bailey's produces offspring of white and cream color and absolutely stunning English golden looks! Future Gals: LeeLee and Sandy from Shirley & Turbo's 2019 litter.
Sandy & Jack or Mance; Sandy is a cream colored Golden, she is from Turbo & Shirley, we are breeding her to Jack or Mance, our Moyen poodles. They will produce pups of smaller size more like 45 lbs when full grown, low shed and some apricot coat colors. She is a dainty, mild mannered golden who loves everyone.
Leelee & Jack or Mance; Leelee is a cream colored Golden, she is from Turbo & Shirley, we are breeding her to Jack or Mance, our Moyen poodles. They will produce pups of smaller size more like 45 lbs when full grown, low shed and some apricot coat colors. She is a sweet, mild mannered golden who loves everyone.
Blanche & Jack or Mance; Blanche paired with Jack or Mance produce offspring that will be around 45-55 lbs full grown, gold colored coats with medium curls. She is a thin curly dark Gold golden girl
Sophia & Jack or Mance; Sophia paired with Jack or Mance produce offspring that will be around 45-55 lbs full grown, gold colored coats with medium curls. She is a slim, curly dark Gold golden girl
**The wait lists are merely a guide. Families will be matched with an available puppy based on the following criteria: Take home season (as close as desired as possible), most hypoallergenic, coat color and style, generation and size, temperament.** *Stud dog for all F1 Medium litters will either be Jack or Mance; both equally amazing health wise as well as personality. All bitches and studs are genetically cleared prior to breeding.**Breeding is based on demand as we accept reservations prior to the breeding of the pairs to ensure each and every puppy will be matched with the perfect family. The above sizes are a guide, Goldendoodles are a hybrid and within any litter, there may be puppies that fall above or below the projected adult weights, however the majority of the time they are the projected size.
The Golden Retriever was developed in Britain in the 1800's specifically for retrieving game; the first person to have actually been credited with the coining of the breed was Sir Dudley Majoribanks (later referred to as Lord Tweedmouth), he began with Nous who was a yellow flat coated retriever in 1866 (Cairns 1999). In 1868 Nous was bred to Belle who was a Tweed Water Spaniel which was a favored retrieving dog at the time; Nous resembles the Golden Retrievers of today (Cairns 1999). The breeding of Nous and Belle produced 4 yellow colored pups named Ada, Crocus, Cowslip and Primrose; Cowslip was bred to Tweed (a Tweed Water Spaniel) and then bred to Sampson (a Red Setter) (Cairns 1999). In 1884 Jack (male from Samson and Cowslip) was bred to Zoe (Flat coated black Retriever whose sire was a flat coated Retriever and dam was Topsy daughter of Tweed and Cowslip) (Cairns 1999). The last breeding that Lord Tweedmouth entered was that of Nous (II) and Queenie, Queenie was a daughter to a black flat coated retriever and Gill who was from the same litter as Nous (II); two yellow colored pups were whelped from this pairing named Prim and Rose (Cairns 1999). References:Cairns, J. (1999). The Golden Retriever: All that Glitters. Howell Best of BreedWiley Publishing New York, NY.K9data Retrieved from: https://www.k9data.com/fivegen.asp?ID=17176&type=longevity Retrieved on 1/31/2018 The below photos are of our Goldens, all Owned and Loved by us!
F1 means First Generation which is a direct cross between the Golden Retriever and Poodle. In our case for most of these pairings we use a Moyen Poodle giving us a medium sized puppy. Our F1 Mediums are typically 22-33" at the withers; our medium F1's are typically between 45 and 75 lbs full grown.
Stacy administers a Microchip in the withers area when your puppy is around 2 weeks of age . This is proof of ownership and excellent way to reunite you with your dog if s/he is ever lost! *This is not a GPS chip.
As of 2019 We have upgraded our microchipping system to the 15 digit chip that allows you to travel anywhere with your dog! Microchip registration is INCLUDED in the price of your dog, you just send in your contact information along with the microchip number of the chip Stacy implants into your dog!
A Full DNA profile and access to DNA profile is included as well as all updates from the company testing the DNA.
Breeder guarantees that for period of (6) years from the date of birth of the Puppy/Dog, the Puppy/Dog will not have nor develop the following genetically caused conditions: Congenital Hip or Elbow Dysplasia, PRA, Von willebrands Disease, Ichthyosis, Degenerative Myelopathy, GR-PRA-2, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration, GR-PRA1, Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, GM2 Gangliosidosis, Chondrodystrophy and Intervertebral Disc Disease, Congenital Macrothrombocytopenia, Osteochondrodysplasia.
Stacy Albahari our behavior consultant has a MS (psychology), CBCC-KA, Dip. CBST, ABCDT (& post masters certificate graduate in ABA)
Certification Council for Pet Dog Trainers: CBCC-KA (Certified Behavior Consultant Canine- Knowledge Assessed; Certified since 2012
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