We work off of a deposit list to place our Country Mini Doodle Farms Mini Goldendoodles. A $300 deposit holds your spot on our list. The deposits are 100% refundable for any reason until you go on a litter picking spot. After you go on a picking spot, you can go back on the list or transfer to another litter. We understand that circumstances change and sometimes getting a puppy needs to wait but we also want to let the other families on our list know as soon as possible if we will have a spot for them. The balance after deducting the deposit is not due until you take your puppy home.
When the puppies are born, we post pictures on the site and start contacting families on the waiting list. When we get to your name, we will offer you a picking spot for the litter and the date they will go home. You can opt to take that spot or wait for a future litter.
Once you reserve a picking spot on one of our litters, you can watch the puppies grow as we post new pictures to the website every Sunday. You will become addicted to our site especially on Sundays. Puppy Pick Day, the first Saturday after the puppies turn 8 weeks, is the day that families choose their puppy based on their picking spot and the same day that they go home. Each family will be given a Pick Time and will have 45 minutes to choose their puppy.
Due to changes in airline policies, we have found it increasingly difficult to find flights that can work for shipping without putting too much stress on the puppy. So for their sake, we no longer will ship puppies. But even if you are a distance away from our Summerfield, Florida farm, there are still options to get your Goldendoodle from us! We have several airports that can work including Orlando, Tampa and Daytona Beach. The options for getting your puppy include flying in to choose your puppy in person as the puppy can fly in the cabin back home with you at 8 weeks on several airlines. Another option can be choosing your puppy by facetime and for $125 we can have someone bring the puppy to the airport so that you can turn around and fly home with the puppy in the cabin on the next available return flight on one of the airlines that allows 8-week old puppies in the cabin. Depending on distance, we can also explore the option of either delivering the puppy by car to your home or meeting you part way for $125 hr/one way (for example the charge for an 8 hour roundtrip would be $500). Another option is hiring a flight nanny who will fly with the puppy to an airport close to your home. There are several companies who offer flight nanny services we can suggest ones that past families have used if you decide to go this route. Regardless, you don’t have to finalize which option you would want to pursue until you are on a litter and we are making the arrangements for pick day.