PAMPERED POODLES & DOODLES
We are a premiere boutique breeder
Welcome to Pampered Poodles and Doodles, your trusted family-run breeding sanctuary nestled in the heart of Northeast Georgia. For over two decades, we've been passionately raising and caring for goldendoodles, poodles, and bernedoodles. Our mission? To help you find not just a pet, but a lifelong furry family member, from a breed we know and love.
Your Journey to Puppy Parenthood in Three Simple Steps
Please note that all payments are nonrefundable, but they can be transferred if necessary. For the sake of efficiency, we kindly ask that you refrain from requesting additional pictures beyond those we provide.
Step 1: Application & Deposit
Start your journey by filling out the form below, providing your complete address, and specifying the litter or puppy you're interested in. If you're getting a puppy from our upcoming litters, you'll need to place a $250 deposit. If you're purchasing a dog that is already born, the deposit amount is $750.
Step 2: Selection & Payments
Once the puppies are born, inform us within 3 days about your decision to get a puppy and the preferred gender. At 4 weeks old, make the second payment towards your chosen puppy. At 6 weeks, it's time to pick your puppy, either through a picture or in person.
Step 3: Welcome Your Puppy Home
You'll receive periodic updates and pictures of your puppy after they're born. Once your puppy turns 8 weeks old, it's time to take your new family member home. The final payment for the puppy is due upon pickup.
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