We have designed our pricing to be some of the most reasonably priced labradoodles you will find from a premium quality breeder of second, third and multi generaton labradoodles. As you will see below we allow you to control some of the costs of your labradoodle by determining those items that are of the most importance to you and your family and taking advantage of deductions we offer for certain options.
We would strongly encourage you to be wary of anyone who is selling labradoodles for less than $1,000.00 just because someone bred a lab and a poodle does not mean you are going to get what you are looking for in a labradoodle,what you have heard about labradoodles and what quality labradoodles are know for.
This is often an indication that they are less than quality breeders/puppies, often use less than quality breeding parents, do not test their breeding parents for genetic health concerns, are not using a vet for examinations and shots, are not concerned with health and temperament, not members of a recognized breeders association that holds them to strict breeding requirements and standards. They often feed poor quality food. The puppies are likely just a lab bred to a poodle. They will not offer 2 year health guarantees or support when you have questions or need help.
Also beware of pet store labradoodles, as the breeders of doodles sold to pet store have little regard for their puppies and who they are sold to. A breeder’s prices are usually an indication of the cost, time, and commitment they have invested in their breeding program. It is possible to get a good doodle for under $1,000.00 and possible to get a bad doodle for $2,500.00 “Dooing” your homework is the best way to know you have found the right breeder.
If you are a conscientious breeder with just four breeding females and three breeding males, your breeding parents cost you nearly $21,000.00 or more. Add in vet care per year at $6,000.00 to $10,000.00 for testing, vaccinations, puppy shots, tests, and etc. Then add quality food at $3,500.00, breeding supplies for $600.00, web page/advertising for $1,000.00, taxes on sale income, plus many other miscellaneous expenses accumulated in the course of a year. Now add in all the personal time and commitment required, and you can see that it is impossible for a quality breeder to sell puppies for $900.00 or less.
(We are different. We still desire to price our puppies as reasonabl as possible so that anyone who is seriously considering adopting a labradoodle can afford one.)
We understand that not every family can afford a labradoodle from a quality breeder at their normal prices. Recently we have decided to make 1 labradoodle from each litter available to a family that deserves special reduced pricing considerations (sometimes even free) considerations, but still desires a quality labradoodle. If you have unique financial special family circumstances yet can prove you will provide a wonderful lifetime home environment for one of our doodles, contact us for details (applies to any litter we have of 9 or more)
There is no difference between males and females if you have both spayed or neutered by 8 months of age. It just comes down to the personality of each individual puppy. We often think families pass over nicer puppies because they get stuck on one gender or the other. Ask us about this or see links on this topic found on our links page.
All our doodles puppies are vet checked and vaccinated, come with vet records, puppy toy, collar, and puppy food. Microchip/tattooing also available)