All puppies sold on strict spay/neuter contract.
Roo & Teddy
Estimated Heat Cycle: March/April 2024
Estimated Go Home: Mid to Late Summer 2024
Cost: $3500 (+6% MI sales tax)
Roo Multigen Petite Straight Coat (-/-) FF 20 lbs
Teddy From Evergreen Doodles and Poodles F1b Mini Wavy Coat (-/+) Ff 25lbs
Health Tested Parents (OFA Hips, Elbows, Patellas, Cardiac, Pennhip, and genetic disease screening)
Our first petite goldendoodle pairing! Roo is such a lover. She loves to curl up on your lap and be by your side. She is eager to learn and catches on quick. She loves everybody she meets, fantastic with children, low/medium energy, eager to please, and so human focused. She has a wonderful disposition and is the ideal Goldendoodle in a perfectly petite size. All the pups will be red with various amounts of white markings and have a straight or wavy coat,
Estimated weight 20-25lbs
1. Possible Breeder Pick
2. Hephner Family
3. Hoppe Family
4. Filar Family
5. Turansky Family* (also on Winnie's list)
6. Andrews Family
All puppies are sold on a strict spay/neuter contract. Breeding rights are sold at an additional cost to approved programs only.
Breeder reserves the options of the first two picks in every litter. Sometimes these picks aren't utilized and then everyone would move up the list.
A $500 non-refundable reservation fee confirms your spot on our waiting list. This fee is non-refundable but transferrable up to a year. After a year it's subject to pricing increase.
Placing a reservation fee signifies intent to follow through with the purchase of a Mitten Doodles Puppy. Failure of the buyer to complete this purchase would subject breeder to lost opportunities of sale and retention of reservation fee is to compensate breeder of potential loss, time, and effort spent.
If a planned breeding does not produce the number of puppies you may move to another litter or receive a refund of the reservation fee. Selections goes by date of reservation fee received. Reservation fee is transferable up to 1 year.
It is not possible to guarantee any specific qualities of the dog, including coat color, markings, gender, or size. If you have an adamant preference regarding those qualities, you'll have to be willing to wait for a future litter, if the current litter does not produce those traits. Estimated weight, is just that, an estimate. Genetics can and does throw curve balls and a puppy can grow to be significantly higher or lower than the estimated predicted weight.