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Interested in Adopting a Doodle?

Take your first step toward bringing home your brand new goldendoodle puppy! We have all the information you'll need to get started. If you have any questions about the adoption process, please reach out to us on our contact page. 

Adoption Process

Step One: Fill Out Your Application Form

Get started with your puppy adoption by filling out our application form and telling us a bit about yourself. Once you send in your application, we will reach out within a few days to let you know if you've been approved.


All puppies are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Waiting to complete your application until you see a puppy on our website may be too late, so get that application in quickly. You may apply to adopt an available puppy or put your name on a waiting list for an upcoming litter. Puppies are chosen by families at 3-weeks old. Families will select their puppy in order of application and deposit date.

Step Two: Make Your Deposit

Now that your application has been approved, it's time to make your non-refundable deposit. Non-refundable Deposits are $400 per puppy regardless of size, color of coat type. Once your deposit is received your name will either go on the puppy you've selected at 3-weeks old or on a waitlist if you've chosen to select a puppy from a future litter. 

You cannot select an available puppy or choose from a future litter until your deposit has been received. All puppies are chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis.

We accept both PayPal and Zelle for deposits.

Step Three: Choosing Your Puppy

We provide a group puppy picture at 1-week old and individual puppy pictures at 3-weeks old for adoptive families with a deposit to choose from. For the safety of our puppies and adult dogs, we do not allow in-person selections. Once you have selected a puppy, we provide you with weekly photos as the grow and a video between 6& 7 weeks gold.

Step Four: Preparing to Bring Your Puppy Home

While we may have a general idea when your puppy will be born and when they'll be ready to go home, future litter dates tend to be up in the air a bit. We also cannot guarantee litter sizes, colors or genders.

While you're waiting for your puppy to be born or for the 8-week going home day, there are several things you can do to prepare to bring your puppy home.

  • Pick Out Your Puppy's Name

  • Purchase Puppy Supplies

  • Puppy Proof Your Home

  • Decide Where the Puppy's Crate Will Stay

  • Take a Puppy-Moon Vacation

Your puppy is also preparing to go home! During this time they are getting thorough vet exams, their first rounds of vaccinations and micro-chipped by a licensed/accredited veterinarian. We will include their vaccination records, micro-chip info and their 3-year health guarantee in your going home packet. 

Here is some extra information on preparing to bring your puppy home:


Step Five: Bringing Your Puppy Home

At 8 weeks old mini/medium puppies are ready to go home! At 9 weeks micro/petite puppies are ready to go home! Puppy pickups happen on Saturday afternoons. We'll alert you well in advance which Saturday to leave open. One week prior to pickup we'll assign you a block of time when you can pickup your puppy, meet us and get more information on grooming, care and veterinarian follow ups. The remaining final payment will be due upon pickup. We'll also have a pack of goodies to take home with you.

Special Deliveries:

We offer puppy delivery in Wisconsin or to the Wisconsin border of your choice as well as hand to hand flight delivery with a Private Puppy Nanny to an airport of your choice within the US.

Wisconsin Deliveries: $450

Hand to Hand Flight Delivery: $1,400

Have more questions?

We've got answers! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for all your goldendoodle and puppy questions!

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