We are accepting applications for spring and summer!
All of our puppies are reserved. We are accepting applications for our spring and summer litters.
Reserving a Puppy
To reserve a puppy, please read all the information below and fill out an application.
Our Application Process
We accept puppy reservations on a first come first serve basis. Please make sure you are ready to commit to a puppy for their lifetime before turning in an application.
1. Fill out the application below
2. After reading through your application I will contact you.
3. A $300.00 non-refundable deposit must be turned in within 24 hours to reserve a spot on the upcoming puppy list.
You can also download the application and mail it in along with the deposit. The deposit goes towards the final cost and is deducted from the amount due on pick-up day.
fill out and submit the form below. No deposit will be required until we have communicated with you.
Our puppies range from $1900-2800 plus tax.
Standard F1 Goldendoodle- $2300 + tax
Standard F1b Goldendoodle-$1900 + tax
Medium F1 Goldendoodle-$2500 + tax
Medium F1b Goldendoodle-$2500 + tax
Standard F1 English/Teddy Bear Goldendoodle-$2500 + tax
Medium F1 English/Teddy Bear Goldendoodle-$2800 + tax
Standard F1b English/Teddy Bear Goldendoodle -$2500 + tax
Medium F1b English/Teddy Bear Goldendoodle-$2800 + tax
A $300 deposit is required to reserve your spot for a puppy. We can accept the payment via personal check, credit card, PayPal, Venmo, or Cash App. This goes towards the final cost and is deducted from the total amount.
Your deposit is non-refundable. Due to the amount of interest we recieve we can no longer hold reservations with out a deposit. This deposit is not refundable even if you decide to not get a puppy from us. Please wait until you are ready to commit to adopting a puppy before filling out an application. Our reservations are for customers who are ready to adopt. The deposit is transferable to any litter at any time once you are approved. Meaning, if you change your mind on timing or type of puppy you can change within our litters.
All puppies go home with the following:
A microchip will be provided (because the microchip is a blunt object it is best to give it to your vet so he can insert it when your pup is under anesthesia for its spay/neuter.)
Your new pet will have all their puppy shots up to 8 weeks.
You will go home with a new collar and leash.
Documents on puppy's parents will be supplied.
A small sample bag of the puppy food they've been eating
3 Nuvet Vitamins (6 days supply)
Access to training tips and recommendations from J + A Family Doodles
A 2-year genetic health guarantee
Health record pamphlet
Transition blanket with mama's scent on it
Yes, we can ship your puppy from the Sea-Tac International airport. There will be an additional charge to ship that is varying depending on the flight.
Or, we can meet you at the Bellingham International Airport and you can fly with them in your lap. Price wise this is often cheaper! Usually flights touch down in Seattle but then take another 20 min flight up to Bellingham. We are happy to bring your puppy and all their supplies and meet you in baggage claim before flying back home.
Our Matchup Process
We want every family to be matched up well for their puppy. The wonderful thing about goldendoodles is their lovable personality and beautiful coats!
Most families I work with understand that your puppy is going to be a combination of nature and nurture. Matching people up comes down to combing through the details.
I work on a first come first serve basis. So I start with the first people on my list and once they have chosen I will go to the next people.
When I work with customers I try to find out what the most important things are for that family. Different families value different priorities. Some examples I see are:
3. Coat color or type
When it is your turn to get matched up I will work with you on narrowing down the right puppy for you!
We are consistently amazed at how wonderful our customers are! Working together to raise your new family member is such a joy and we are always met with love, encouragement and support for our family lifestyle. Most of the customers we work with WANT that home environment for their puppy and understand our philosophy. If it is not feeling right with you, that's okay! I would recommend finding a breeder who matches your philosophy.
Yes, we welcome visitors and people who have reserved a pup when the puppies are 8-9 weeks old. We call it "Puppy Pickup Day." This is a very exciting day around our house. It is always fun for us to meet the families and get to see everyone meet their puppy.
No, we do not accept visitors before the pups are 8 weeks old. We consider these concerns as indicative of our reputability as a breeder—the safety of our puppies, dogs, and family will always be placed above a potential sale.
We have health concerns for the puppies, who are still developing their little immune systems and not yet protected by vaccinations and maturity. (People can inadvertently—or even intentionally—carry diseases in on their shoes, hands, and clothing.) Information about parvo and canine influenza.
We have health concerns for our mothers. Activity and new people in the house are a significant source of stress for nursing moms. Stress produces cortisol and other stress hormones, and those hormones go into mom’s milk and directly into the puppies, causing biochemically induced stress in the puppies. This is not healthy for moms or pups. Stressed moms also can get frantic and accidentally roll on or step on newborn puppies if they panic. This is obviously a concern for us.
We are a real family, with a real life. We have home responsibilities and prioritize spending time raising our animals and son by giving them our engaged attention. I'm always struggling to find a balance--as I am an extrovert and LOVE having people over. Inviting strangers over on a regular basis is not conducive to a strong and balanced family life.
Significant harm has come to people like breeders or real estate agents who work in home-type environments where unknown people are routinely invited in.
These puppies are also not ours to risk—they belong to the families that are taking them home and we are just their caretakers for a brief period of time.
To help families be a part of their puppy's raising, I keep a weekly blog post on each litter. It is updated with individual pictures of the puppies, what growth they have gone through, what's been happening around our house, and any recommendations I have for preparing for your pup. It's truly a fun interactive experience and I always hear great feedback about our level of involvement through the blog post.