Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about the Micro Mini Goldendoodles and Mini Goldendoodles we have for sale? Here are a few of our most common questions answered for you.
Wondering about something else? Shoot us an email!
How Much Do Your Puppies Cost?
Our prices range from $2,500 to $4,500, depending on size and color.
the deposit price is $500, which goes towards the final price of the puppy
What colors will be in the next litter of Micros or Minis?
Molly's Mini's have come in these colors:
Luna's Micro's have come in these colors:
If you are looking for a specific color, reach out to us!
Is there a Waiting List?
There is no Waiting List!
We do not accept deposits until pregnancy is confirmed. Once the pregnancy is confirmed we reach out by email to everyone who has filled out our contact form. At that time families can place a deposit on one of the upcoming puppies.
We do not hold a puppy without a deposit. If you are interested in one of our future litters, please contact us and we will put you on the "To Be Contacted" list.
Once the puppies are born we reach out to everyone who has shown interest to give them as much time as possible to decide if one of the puppies is a good fit for their family.
Delivery and Pickup Options
Nanny travel is available, you arrange all details and payment. Citizen Shipping is a great resource to find your own transportation for the puppy.
You can fly into Boise, Idaho and fly or drive home with your puppy.
What comes with each puppy?
All of our puppies come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee. Along with that, once your deposit is placed, you receive weekly photos and videos of your puppy. We send a puppy care package home with your new puppy, which includes a bag of their current food, Purina Pro Sensitive Stomach Puppy Food, a toy they currently like, and a blanket with their litter smell.
Are you ready for a puppy?
A puppy is a big responsibility. We take pride in the puppies we raise, and we stand by their quality. We don't offer refunds, so please take the time to do your research and decide if now is a good time for you to bring a puppy into your home.
To help you with this big decision, we encourage you to meet the puppies by video chat or in person here at our home.
Will my puppy be potty trained or crate trained?
Although we do our absolute best to get your puppy started on potty and crate training, much of this training is done after they arrive at their new home.
Practically speaking, at 8 weeks old, puppies are still very young. They may understand potty and crate training, but need time to be able to it into action.