Frequently Asked Questions

How much are your puppies?

Please visit our “Pricing” to see the price of our puppies and all that is included.

Do you sell puppies to non-military families?

Yes! We focus our curriculum on preparing our puppies for military life but that also means they are well prepared for life in general. We do this as a service to our fellow military families so they can add a pet to their family without adding to the stress they already experience with frequent moves, deployments and other aspects of military life. That being said, military and non-military families alike will receive the same caliber of care and attention we put into each puppy we produce.

What generation are your puppies?

Our puppies are Multigenerational Goldendoodles which means both parents are Goldendoodles. If you have been looking for a doodle of any kind, you have probably seen terms like F1, F1b, F2, etc. which all represent what generation a doodle is. At some point, these generations don’t necessarily give us all the information we need when breeding these “hybrid” dogs. We focus on knowing the genetics and inheritable traits of our breeding dogs so we can produce consistency in health, temperament, coat color and coat texture instead of just focusing on a particular generation.

What size are your puppies?

Currently we only offer miniature goldendoodles, defined by the Goldendoodle Association of North America as “over 14 but under 17 inches at wither, typically 26-35 lbs.”

Where are you located?

We are currently located in Utah, about 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City. Being a military family, that could change which is why we do everything we can to make sure our puppies are used to the motion and sounds of cars and the sounds of an aircraft so they are prepared to travel to their new homes by either mode of transportation!

Are Goldendoodles nonshedding/hypoallergenic?

Breeders should not guarantee their puppies are hypoallergenic. Allergies can be different for each person – some are allergic to saliva or dander, not just pet hair. Most people associate a low-shedding dog with being hypoallergenic but please know that may not be the case for every person. We CAN tell you that by selecting parents with complimentary genetics, our puppies will be very low shedding. We don’t get hair on our furniture or clothes when petting our dogs but we do get hair in the brush when they are combed, therefore we prefer the term “low/minimal shedding” when describing our dogs.