|If you are looking into Doodle pricing, you may want to
read my article, "How Much Does A Labradoodle Cost?"
Prices and Procedures
Mini Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, Double Doodles $1800
Medium Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, Double Doodles $1800
(those expected to mature over at 30-45 lbs)
Puppies are neutered prior to going to their new homes. If you are
comparing prices among various breeders, be sure to account for the
fact that the cost of desexing (which normally runs $200-300) is
INCLUDED IN the cost of a Westwood Labradoodle and Goldendoodle
puppy. This is a cost you will pay when the puppy is 6 months old if
you buy the puppy from breeders who do not neuter the puppies
before sending them home.
All Goldendoodle, Labradoodle and Double Doodle puppies are
microchipped as well, and go home with a puppy kit!
Please see our page on 'What Do You Get When You get A Westwood
Labradoodle' for other things you get when you purchase one of our
Labradoodle puppies or Goldendoodle puppies. You may view our
purchase contract as well!
Shipping is not included unless specified, and generally runs in the
range of $250.
The first step in the adoption process is to fill out a
Labradoodle/Goldendoodle puppy application. Once an application is
approved, I begin taking deposits on a litter when the prospective
mom comes into season. The deposit is $250.
I take 6 deposits for a medium/standard Labradoodle litter and 4
deposits for a mini litter. The deposit is only refundable if I am
unable to place with you a puppy meeting the description
upon which we agree. For example, if you can only take a black
male and no black males are born, you would have the choice to alter
your request (to a different color or gender), apply your deposit to
another litter, or get your deposit back.
The deposits place the new owners on a ranked waitlist on a
first-come first-served basis. So how is it determined which puppy do
you actually get? Well, the allocation process is a combination of me
matching people to their requirements and them choosing. Generally
people find that color and sex take a back seat to personality and
allergy properties that would be a best fit for their family! I wait until
personalities of the pups become apparent, usually around 6 weeks I
then make recommendations to the first person on the list about what
pups I think are appropriate for them, based on family considerations,
color preferences,allergy situations, etc. They choose, then I go to the
next person, give them THEIR options and they pick. And so on until
your place on the list.
If you think a Labradoodle, Goldendoodle. or North American
Retriever may be for you, please visit our Online Puppy Application to
be considered for a Upcoming Litter!
More information about Labradoodles and Goldendoodles can be