How can I reserve a puppy?
Please see our Puppy Adoption page for more information.
Please note: If you do not see our Puppy Application page it simply means we are not currently accepting applications. But, please send us a message and we'll let you know when we expect our next litter(s)!
Where are you located? Do you deliver puppies out of state?
We're located in northern Utah and encourage out-of-state families to fly into Salt Lake City to pick up their new puppy, whenever possible. I will provide all veterinary health certificates needed to fly with your puppy. If an adopting family is unable to come to Salt Lake City, we can recommend flight nanny companies to deliver your puppy to you. We do not ship our puppies as cargo.
What vaccines and dewormings do puppies receive before going home?
All puppies receive their first shots and health checks at 7 weeks (from our vet) before going home with you. They are also dewormed every two weeks, starting at four weeks. Included in your puppy packet will be a vaccination and deworming schedule your puppy will need at their next vet visit with you.
What will I receive with my puppy?
A full Puppy Packet consisting of:
Health records with a list of vaccinations and deworming schedule.
Veterinary health certificate.
Prepaid microchip registration information (AKC Reunite).
A sample bag of their current puppy food.
Trupanion 30 days free health insurance coverage.
Scented blanket and toys.
One-year health guarantee and signed contract by both parties.
Puppy training suggestions and techniques.
Tips on how to continue with your puppy’s socialization.
A lifetime of breeder support and encouragement.
Do you offer a health guarantee?
Yes, we offer a one-year Health Guarantee against life threatening congenital defects. Our detailed contract outlines our policies.
After the liter is born, will I receive regular updates to see all the puppies?
Yes, I'm detailed in describing individual puppy sizes, coats, colors, and personalities to help you figure out which one is the perfect fit for you.
Also stay tuned to our social media pages for pictures and videos to get to know the entire litter.
What if my puppy is no longer available?
Do you early spay/neuter your puppies?
Where are the puppies raised?
Our mother’s give birth inside our home and our puppies are loved from that moment on. We are very involved in the handling of our puppies from birth, giving them lots of cuddles and attention throughout their time with us. Our three loving children also help with socializing the puppies.
When can we pick up our puppy or when will he/she be delivered?
Our puppies are ready or go to their new homes at 8 weeks. Please make arrangements to pick up your puppy within 3 days after the puppy turns 8 weeks old. If a puppy needs to stay with us longer than 8 1/2 weeks due to a new owner’s schedule, we charge $15.00/ day which does not include the fee of extra immunizations or dewormings if necessary. *We will never let a puppy leave our home before it’s ready. If a certain puppy needs to say here longer, we will arrange that with you free of charge.
*Please note: Due to COVID, we are requesting families meet us (at a public place) to pick up their new puppy. We can also meet families at the airport if they plan to fly in, or recommend a flight nanny service.
Final payment is due one (1) day prior to the agreed pick up/delivery date unless a family requests payment upon delivery. This is the total amount minus the $500 deposit. Our prefered method for final payment is cash.
What is the difference between an F1 and an F1B Cavapoo?
An F1 Cavapoo is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Poodle. At this time, we only breed first generation Cavapoos.
F1 coats are typically wavy, plush coats. The poodle studs we use for F1 litters carry two copies of the furnishings and curl coat gene to ensure a doodle look everyone wants. Our F1 doodles will have one copy of the curly coat gene and one copy of the furnishings gene.
Our F1 Puppies will be very low to non-shedding.
F1b Cavapoos are an F1 Cavapoo x Poodle. In the future, we will breed Toy sized puppies in this generation.
In an F1b litter, approximately half of the litter will have the same coat genetics as an F1 and the other half will have two copies of the curl coat and furnishings genes. Half of the litter will have the wavy, plush coats similar to an F1 and the other half will have more curly coats.
Our future F1b puppies (mid 2022) will be extremely low to non-shedding and a great choice for families with moderate to severe allergies.
Do you do dewclaws and dock tails?
We remove dewclaws from all puppies, but we do not dock tails.
Can I visit the parents and puppies before I place a deposit?
For health and safety reasons, we do not allow casual visits to our home. We want our families to get to know us and make all attempts possible to do so through our website, Instagram, and personal communication. We truly love and care for our dogs and hope that it shows.