We have a little of 10 beautiful double doodle puppies born on 15.05.2021, all appear well and healthy and gaining weight.
Mum- Dory, our 23 month old golden doodle, who is extremely well loved and cared for in our family home, She is fully health checked by a registered vet and fully DNA checked through wisdom panel. Dory is very placid, gentle, loves cuddles and lazing about but when its walk time she loves to run and play.
Dad- Woody, a local 2 year old Double doodle stud dog, who starred in ‘pooch perfect’ semi finals 2021. Woody is fully health checked and DNA tested. He is a successful dad to over 8 litters now. He has a wonderful soft temperament and is admired by all passers by with his unique appearance.
Both mum and dad have a rare, sought after ‘party’ gene, which essentially means they both have multi colours to their gene pool, which means there is a large variant of colour to the litter.
1. 1st born all golden male
2. 2nd born mainly black with white chest and feet male
3. 3rd born mainly black with more white on chest and feet male
4. 4th born top half black, bottom half white female
5. 5th born all golden male
6. 6th born all golden female
7. 7th born beautiful black and white markings male (like a cow) rare
8. 8th born similar to 7th but more white rare
9. 9th born Beautiful red/sandy coloured female
10. Last born a golden male with white thumb print to head
All puppies will be ready to leave on the 10th of July 2021, not before and ideally not after.
It is required by law to micro-chip all pups before 8 weeks old, so this will have been done prior to purchase.
They will all be health checked by a registered vet and flea/worm treated.
We leave vaccinating for you to book at 12 weeks and choose not to vaccinate at 8 weeks. As the pups are breasted from birth, there is no reason to provide extra immunity before 12 weeks.
We will be doing zoom/video calls for puppy selection (COVID safe) and then at 6 weeks we will invite you to meet your puppy at a chosen location (not the puppies home).
We require a £600 deposit on choosing your puppy and will be collecting the deposits through a safe deposit collection service.
They are all sent home with a puppy party bag complete with their own blanket (smelling of mum), first few days of food, an information pack, an appropriate toy and a little coloured collar.
They will also have 4 weeks free insurance through pet plan, information will be in puppy pack.
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