for our Premium English F1 Mini Goldendoodles
Welcome. We have puppies year-round.
We will only be taking future deposits on F1 English Mini Goldendoodle puppies. Our last F1b little is Lucy's. We are currently phasing our F1b generations out. We have 10 new English Cream Golden Retriever mothers up and coming who will all be breeding age by Christmas 2022.
Our average wait time is 3-4 litters, but some puppies are usually available now. Be sure to subscribe to our email list for updates on puppies available immediately, and new litter announcements.
Please check our available puppy page to see current litters, email me, April Power, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like an estimate on the current wait time. After filling out the application (which indicates that you want to place a $500 deposit to be on the Master Waitlist) we will reach out to you shortly, to discuss our process with you. If within 1 week of the deposit, you decide that our business is not the right fit for you, we will refund your deposit. However, this deposit is non-refundable after 1 week, if you change your mind and decide not to get a puppy from us later.
The deposit will go towards the total adoption fee and is good for up to 12 months.
When we add a new litter to our lineup, we will send an email announcement out to everyone on our email list. Our Master Waitlist Families will have 3-4 days to respond to us via email to be put on the new litter. After the time window is closed, we will place you in order of your seniority on that litter, not in the order you replied to us. After the time period has passed, the master waitlist holders will get to choose any open spots that are available to everyone on a first-come basis listed on our website, and they will not be able to use their seniority over another Master Waitlist Family until we open up a new litter.
Families who choose to continue waiting on the Master Wait List do not lose their rank on the list when a new litter opens up.
This should still guarantee you a higher and higher spot as you wait longer. You’ll also be aware of any new litters that are available. That way, if you want a good position, you will eventually get 1st pick if you wait long enough. I won’t be able to let you know where your position is exactly, but I am glad to let you know your estimated wait time based on all factors. If you need this, please shoot me an email and I can think it over, look at my list and let you know your status based on what your preferences are, and the factors that I know at the time, depending on if litters are born or how many are expected based on ultrasound or previous litter sizes. We have a lot of puppies, about 15 litters a year. We usually have extra puppies that are born in each litter, so there will be opportunities that arise for extra choices.
After 12 months, you surrender your deposit on the Master Waitlist. To reactivate your application you can place another non-refundable $500 deposit, and we will honor your original deposit date.
HOW LONG IS YOUR WAITLIST AND WHAT NUMBER WOULD I BE?
Because I don’t know whether the people who have deposits sent in before you will pass or take a puppy from a litter until they are born, it’s impossible to know “WHEN” you’ll get a puppy. What I CAN say is:
1. It’s not unusual to go through 15 people when placing so you could be #16 on a list and still be offered a puppy.
2. We have litters often. Your wait time can depend on you as well and how much of a preference you have.