Adoption Application

***STOP! Please read before filling out our application***

Due to the high demand of puppies at this time, and flood of applications coming in, we we will no longer be making waiting lists for future “planned” litters. This will be a transition, as our current deposit holders will still go through a selection process. But looking ahead into this summer, we will only be opening lists for females with confirmed pregnancies. ONLY fill out the below application if there is a SPECIFIC litter or puppy you would like to reserve– along with your application, you must submit a deposit for consideration. If your application is not approved, we will issue a refund. We will consider customers for AVAILABLE puppies in the order of when deposits are received.

So what’s coming up?

F1 Large-mini size Aussiedoodles due to be born in July (go-home in Sept.)

F1B Medium Size (35-45 lb range) from Rose and Granite in August (go home in October)

*If you chose the last answer, please come back and finish the rest of this form when they are totally on board! The most successful adoptions are when every adult in the home is in agreement with the decision. Thank you!
*Please answer yes, even if you have a small program.
*Please leave blank, if you are not a breeder.
*Although we will try our best to estimate size to meet your preference, please understand that when crossbreeding, it is not uncommon for a puppy take after a certain parent, or grandparent .
Since our puppies are all crossed with poodles and have less shedding, their hair will continuously grow, which means they will need haircuts more often than most other dogs! Brushing every few days, and a hair cut approx. every six weeks is recommended. Doodles are also more prone to ear infections because their gorgeous, big ears can trap in moisture and encourage yeast to grow. However, this can be prevented with weekly checking and cleaning them when needed! Please see our drop down menu, under "Puppy Care" for more information.
*You may leave this blank and ask more questions later, too.
*Never force your puppy to keep walking, if you're on a walk (be ready to hold him/her, if they are tired) It is important not to OVER-exercise growing puppies. As a rule, where physical exercise is concerned, other than free play with toys or with other pets, the average puppy who is still growing could do about five minutes for every month of their age, once or twice a day. For example, a puppy of five months old can do 25 minutes of exercise up to twice a day.
The Health Warranty and Care Agreement can be found on our website, under the FAQ tab. It will be filled out by us, after you are approved and after we know which specific puppy you will be getting. This is usually emailed to you (signed by us) approx. one week prior to delivery or pick-up day.