Reserve a Puppy

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Labradoodles

   Puppy Application Process
To start the puppy reservation process please fill out our Puppy Application  http://www.safaridoodles.com/puppy-application/

**If you send in an application, please check your junk folder as at times our reply ends up there. Our goal is a response within 24 hours. **

Golden Doodle

Goldendoodle

How our Pick Order/ Deposit process works:

Safari Doodles has been blessed with many referrals and repeat puppy buyers. Depositors may have to wait 4-12 months for a puppy based on how often we can produce that variety of Doodle and the popularity of that variety. God continues to bless us with healthy puppies, but we have no control over what mothers are able to get pregnant or how many puppies are born in each litter. Our mother dogs are pets first and we limit the amount of litters each girl has.
First, we review your answers on the Puppy Application and contact you by phone or email.
After deciding that a Safari Doodle puppy is a good choice for your home, you may put a $500 deposit to go on our master deposit list.
Depositors receive notifications of litters when they are born. You tell us when you see a litter you want a puppy from.
Depositors are placed on a litter of interest in the order of seniority of deposits received. The more litters that pass the higher a depositors pick order seniority rises on a future litter. You may not have a high enough seniority of deposit to be on the first litter of interest.
Depositors are given 2 weeks to respond after a litter is announced. After the 2 week deadline we establish a pick order for that litter (based on the seniority of deposits). If you are not happy with your pick number for your litter of interest, you may move off that litter and wait on a future litter of interest.
Choices of puppies are made at 8 weeks of age and puppies go home on that day. Appointments are usually on Thursday & Friday. Depositors are given a 1 hour appointment in order of their pick order for that litter. Choice of puppy can be made in person or over the phone/videos. On puppy choosing day we help you make the choice by informing you of each puppy’s Volhard temperament test results and our opinion of each pup’s temperament after living with them.  If a good choice is not available in that litter we will forward your deposit to a future litter. Deposits are nonrefundable but they are transferable to future litters.
How much is a Safari Doodle puppy?
All puppies, regardless of size, variety, color or sex are $2500 (plus 8.25% Texas Sales Tax). $500 of that is paid up front to be placed on our master deposit wait list. $2000 remaining purchase plus $206 tax is due once your puppy is chosen at 8 weeks of age.
We accept credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) and cash.

 

How do I make a deposit?

Please click here to place a deposit Puppy Deposit
– please write a note specifying the size, color, variety, sex or any other info you want us to know on where to place your deposit.

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Bordoodles. PTSD service dogs: Pongo and Perdita

 All parents are fully health tested and certified with OFA, CERF and DNA. We give a 2 year health guarantee. Puppies come to you up-to-date on deworming, flea & heartworm prevention, vet checked, raised by the “Super Puppy” method using ENS for the first two weeks, Volhard Temperament tested for a perfect placement, fed Life’s Abundance super premium dog food, Raw dog food and NuVet Plus supplement, Micro chipped with Home Again, imprinted to eliminate in the litter box plus use the dog door and go on the grass, super socialized with children, raised in the house and pre-spoiled.

Types of litters Safari Doodles produce:

F1 Goldendoodles: Standard size 45-65 lbs
F1 Goldendoodles: mini/medium size 25-45 lbs
F1b Goldendoodles: All sizes. Petite, Mini, Medium, Standard
Multi-Gen Labradoodles: Medium/ Standard size
Multi-Gen Double Doodles: All sizes. Petite, Mini, Medium, Standard
F1 Bordoodles
F2 Bordoodle with a Goldendoodle or Labradoodle infused

Colors we produce:
We produce many colors and also Parti (white markings) in all the colors. Our most common colors of litters are shades that Golden Retrievers come in: cream, light golden, medium golden, dark golden and red. In addition we produce all shades of Chocolate, from Dark Chocolate down to Creamy (Parchment) Chocolate.  And the least produced colors we have are White, Black and Merle.