Bordoodle Puppy Adoption Information
All F2b and F3 miniature Bordoodle puppies at Mile High Bordoodles are $3500.00 for non-shed silky/soft curly or silky/soft wavy coats (Doodle Look), $3000.00 for low shed silky wavy or soft wavy coats (Doodle Look, Border Collie look, and Mixed Look), and $2500.00 for shedding silky straight or soft straight coats (Border Collie look), this is for non-breeding pet puppies and will be determined by the time puppy picks are made. There is an additional $550.00 - $600.00 for airline shipping in the U.S. if required. All puppies are health checked, vaccinated and wormed, trained in the Misty Method potty training, and come with a two year health guarantee against genetic diseases and hip dysplasia. All Bordoodle puppies come with a toy or bone and blanket smelling of their litter. Deposits for puppies are $300.00 which secures your placement on the list once the deposit is made after your application is approved. Puppies that Mile High Bordoodles have are mini/medium size so will range from 35 to 55 lbs. (with smaller and larger exceptions), and nineteen to twenty three inches at the shoulder. Puppy picks will be made by five-six weeks of age in the order of depositors on the list. Bordoodle puppy picks are required when asked, based on a pre-scheduled time and date, or we have to move on to the next family on the list. I receive clear information of the puppies temperaments starting around three weeks old. I will help you pick the best puppy for your home, unless there is a clear color choice winner of your affection. Go to the Available Puppies page for deposit information and deposit lists for up and coming litters.
Deposits are made on a future litter list, future litters are listed for your convenience of viewing which Dams are up and coming within the next six or so months. Deposits can be based on one specific female, if she doesn't have a puppy for you then your deposit is refundable, or you can wait for the next litter. Deposits are on a first come, first serve basis. Anticipated litter next to your name means this will be most likely the first available litter to you. If it says a specific female next to your name that means you only want a puppy from that Dam. All depositors have the ability to move to a different female based on next available puppy and have the ability to change their mind in wanting a puppy sooner or later. Mile High Breeder pick is the only future depositor placement that will only pick a specific puppy for their future breeding program, and will not be switching Dams. Contracts will take place at five to six weeks after puppy selection and remaining purchase amount and any shipping costs are due at that time. Puppy picks will work in order of the list, example; pick one is offered to pick a puppy from the litter available or they can choose to wait for the next litter. Each depositor offered a puppy will pick which puppy they want, at five weeks old, so the next depositor knows which puppies are available still and can pick one or wait for the next litter as well. We will be posting pictures, videos (on Facebook under Bordoodle Puppies), and personality descriptions up until that time. I will make a notification to depositors to let you know potential picks are up and coming, you can decide to be included for a possible pup or you can say no I will wait for the next litter. We will also send out an email with pick day schedule and information around two weeks prior to pick day. On pick day I will call you, from the number provided on the application, and we will need a response within your pick time frame if we are unable to reach you, or you will be skipped and we will move to the next pick on the list. Making arrangements for pick decisions prior to pick day is possible as well if you unable to be available for the day and time slotted for you. PayPal payments will incur a 3% fee at the time of full puppy purchase price, including deposit, if you choose to pay with credit. We have also listed how many pups are anticipated left available, under each female, based on the deposit list. This is for your convenience, to help you in your decision on availability that works for you. We also make the list one less than the last litter, or smallest litter, or low litter size estimate if this is the Dams first litter, so there could be more puppies than our estimate.
Dog Adoption Information
Every once in a while Mile High Bordoodles will have adult dogs from our breeding program available for adoption, or a rare occurrence of one of our pups needing to find new placement. All breeding dogs in our program are our pets, have been raised in our home with us. They are fully trained and will be placed in forever homes for a small adoption fee of $500. Our requirement for their new home is pretty strict. They will be placed with families they are ideal for, this will be their forever home and screening will proceed as such. It is a very hard process on our family to let them go and we ask that you please respect this and understand our emotions will be high seeing them leave. This placement is for the benefit of our beloved breeders, as we feel it is selfish of us to keep them for our own happiness when they can have the opportunity to go into a home that will give them more one on one time, take them out for fun and just give them a ton of quality time and love for the rest of their days. As a breeder with multiple dogs our time has to be divided and we know re-homing the retired breeders gives them a chance to be well spoiled in their forever home. Please see below for available adults, the description of the adult and please email or call me if interested in proceeding with an adoption. Visitation of the dog is a must up here in Livermore Colorado, before an adoption can take place, to see how they do with the prospective family. In preparation for the possibility of having one of our Bordoodle's needing to find a new home, we will either help the family from their location, or Mile High will take our puppy back and work on finding placement from our location. Pricing for re-homing will vary with age and training.