Just a note to everybody looking. If a puppy is on this page it is available. The instant I get a deposit they are pulled from this page,so, if you are putting a deposit then please copy and save the current photos online of the puppy you are buying because they will be removed as soon as the deposit comes through. I also, with few exceptions, update my photos bi-weekly so they are as current as you're gonna get. Also, puppies ship at 8 weeks, except for the toys who go at 9 weeks. So, if you are interested we can skip the 'is it available email'.
I would like to share my shipping/holding policy. It is best for your puppy to leave the day his litter leaves...best that he/she is not left alone and best that he gets to join his new family at the optimum age for bonding. To this end it would be best for you to choose a puppy that is ready to go when you are able to accept it. If you can't get the puppy when it's litter shipped then there is the option that I could hold him for an extra week or so and the price for my boarding is 10.00 a day, plus any vaccinations or wormings that come due. Please keep this in mind when shopping for your puppy. If the delay would cause your puppy to miss the litter shipping day then there would also be an additional charge of 50, on top of the normal shipping fee, for the special handling and an extra trip to the vet and to the airport for just one puppy.
SHIPPING PRICE IS 375, ANYWHERE IN CONTINENTAL USA, ALSO, ALL PUPPIES ARE SHIPPED OUT OF TAMPA, OR PICKED UP HERE....I DO NOT SHIP OUT OF ORLANDO, OR DELIVER TO THERE AS THIS IS WAY OUT OF OUR AREA AND TRAFFIC IS CRAZY, SO...DO NOT EVEN ASK!!!!
The health of our dogs and puppies is important to us so we take every precaution to protect them. Unfortunately young puppies don’t have fully developed immune systems and are susceptible to life threatening illnesses, including Parvo. When diseases like Parvo strike, they can kill a whole litter very quickly. Disease germs can be carried on people’s clothing and shoes and even your car tires. For this reason, we ask that you “visit” us online rather than in person, so that you may safely see our dogs and watch our puppies grow. We photograph our puppies regularly, and post the photos on our Facebook Page. Any puppy needing to stay longer than 8 weeks of age will be required to pay a boarding fee to cover food, age appropriate vaccines and additional dewormings and heartworm/flea prevention. This boarding fee is $10 per day.
When you come to pick up your puppy we ask that you do not visit other litters on the same day, or go places where there may have been dogs who you don’t know (pet stores, parks, rest areas, vet clinics, etc). Also because this is my home where myself and children reside please be respectful and don't bring anyone except those in your immediate family (spouses, children, significant other).
Thank you for helping us protect the health of our puppies and the safety of my family!
An Editorial; because I can!...and because I feel strongly about this!
FOLKS, I JUST HAVE TO SAY THAT I DO ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY MULTIGENS. I REALLY CAN'T BELIEVE IT WHEN OTHER BREEDERS, WHO INSIST THAT THEY WILL 'ONLY' BREED F1'S CAN SAY THAT THEY HAVE A 'BREEDING PROGRAM'. THIS IS RIDICULOUS TO ME!!!
WHAT THIS MEANS IS THAT THEY DON'T EVEN OWN OR KNOW OF THE TEMPERAMENTS OF THE AUSSIEDOODLE, EXCEPT FROM THEIR BUYERS!
THEY MAY, OR MAY NOT, BE ABLE TO RELAY TO YOU THE TEMPERAMENTS OF POODLES, OR AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS, BUT WHAT DO THEY REALLY KNOW ABOUT AUSSIEDOODLES??? JUST ASK SOME OF THEM HOW MANY AUSSIEDOODLES THAT THEY ACTUALLY OWN/OWNED!
I HAVE OWNED AND BRED JUST AUSSIEDOODLES FOR COMING ONTO 13 YEARS NOW, HAVE OWNED OR BRED THE GRANDPARENTS, AT LEAST, OF ALMOST ALL MY LITTERS AND ON ONE LITTER, AS I WAS JUST RELAYING TO A BUYER, I OWNED THE GREAT-GREAT-GREAT GRANDMA OF HER PUPPY.
TO ME FOLKS, THIS IS A 'BREEDING PROGRAM'...NOT JUST BUYING INTO A POODLE OR AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD BREEDERS' LINE, WHERE THEY HAVE DONE ALL THE HARD WORK, AND DEVELOPING, AND CALLING IT A 'PROGRAM'.
IT REALLY IS JUST COMMON SENSE...IF YOU BREED FOR SOMETHING FOR THREE TO FIVE GENERATIONS THEN YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO GET IT!! MORE SO THEN WHEN YOU START FROM SCRATCH WITH EVERY LITTER!!
YOU THINK ABOUT THIS AND THEN DECIDE WHO KNOWS ABOUT AD'S!!!
And who is working towards producing a new, great breed!!
WHAT EVERY PUPPY COMES WITH: wormings every two weeks, starting at two weeks old, first two vaccinations, all health records needed for your vet, APRI registraion application(except Puli cross litters),two year health contract,a small first collar(till you can take them and fit them for a harness), toy/blanket that smells like home and littermates, and a small sample of dog food they are eating. (Victor Pro, All Life Stages, in the purple bag),dry dog food.
Toy-Mini-Standard size 6 week old pups
Just for a reference for you guys, since my photos don't have people in them, I thought I'd show you side by side the different size pups I have. All three pups are within a day or two of 6 weeks old. The little toy boy is about 2lbs, the mini about 4lbs and the standard about 7lbs, all at the same age.
Too cute not to share!
PUPPY SIZES---I have so many people who get very hung up on a 5 to 10 lb size range on my estimated size. What I have to say to all of you looking is that if you 'HAVE' to have a certain size then this is not the breed for you. I do my best to guess and I find I am usually about 75% dead on but I do get surprises with crossing two separate breeds. Both of my grown daughters have one of my AD's and my older has one out of a 50 lb standard poodle and my other daughter has one out of my 8 lb mini poodle and both of their dogs are almost EXACTLY the same size. Both are 16 inches and one is 30 lbs and the other is 26 lbs. So, just know that you are choosing a great dog with an absolutely wonderful temperament and the size is 'to be determined'. They do tend to be taller for their weights than a lot of the stockier breeds i.e. Pugs, Beagles, etc so a 14 to 18 lb dog can be 15.5 inches tall as is my girl 'Audrey'. This is different then say, a pug or Beagle that could be about 12 to 13 inches and about 20 lbs. A 15 lb Aussiedoodle is NOT a really small dog.