Join Our Family
We require a $300 deposit to reserve a puppy, and this will go towards your final invoice.
All our Aussiedoodle puppies are $2500, regardless of size, color, gender, and generation.
Our puppies grow up in our house. They receive regular vet care, and proper socialization and exposure is important during their first eight weeks with us.
When they’re old enough, they take on the role as therapy dogs as we travel together to nursing homes! The love they provide is wonderful to see!
We also welcome people to our home for Puppy Therapy! Learn more about that here.
One of our favorite days!
Selection begins when puppies are five to six weeks of age.
On selection day, we start at the top of the reserve list and contact you when it’s your turn.
At this point, we’ll talk about your favorite pups and we will visit about temperament, size, and coat quality. We would be more than happy to set up a video call with you, as well as take additional photos and videos! We understand this is a massive decision – you’re adding a family member to your life!
Our next favorite day! Getting to see the puppies meet their new families!
Puppies are able to go to their forever homes at eight weeks!
Puppies will go home with a special Gotcha Day bag and the following:
Fully vaccinated with dewormed at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks
Dew claws removed
Microchipped (must register when your puppy comes home!!)
One Year Health Guarantee
A folder with their current Vet paperwork
Food, toys, treats and a blanket that smells like mommy and siblings.
Bringing Your Puppy Home
Pick-up in our home in Edina, Minnesota
Puppy Nanny Service – we can deliver to your nearest airport
I am willing to work out other options – please reach out and we will come up with a plan!
We offer lifetime support! Please reach out to us if you have any questions or want to share updates as your puppy grows! We love staying in touch!
Let us help your pup go home with a great foundation! With our two-week at-home training program, your puppy will be set up for success. We use a positive training method, using small training treats and marker words like “Yes!” while the puppy learns.
Upon graduating, we will walk you through everything the puppy learned during their time with us. Your new dog will required consistency when they go to their new home.
This includes, but not limited to:
- Kennel Training
- Potty Training
- Desensitization to surfaces
- “Sit” and “Down” Cues
- Mat Work
- Loose Leash Walking
- Name Recognition