If you are interested in adopting a Hill Country Goldendoodle, please take time to review our FAQ's below.
Please click here to complete your puppy application and receive pricing information.
We want to get to know you, so start by filling out a new puppy application. If accepted, a (50%) non-refundable security deposit will hold your puppy for four weeks after your puppy is born. At that time, the balance is due in full with a signed purchase agreement. Waiting lists are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Your puppy take home package includes:
- Your adorable Goldendoodle puppy/new family member & life-long friend.
- Pedigree information on both the puppy and his/her parents and grandparents.
- Health record of Vaccinations and De-worming schedule.
- Health Guarantee.
- Goody bag with useful toys and tools
- Small bag of their puppy food.
- Valuable puppy information.
As a last result and if there are no other options, yes. We will ship via Air from Austin Bergstrom Airport. Flying can be very hard on a puppy, so we recommend arranging pickup if at all possible.
You will choose your puppy in the same order your deposit arrived to us; (ex., first deposit = first pick. Second deposit = second pick etc.)
The average size for a Standard Female English Goldendoodle is 19" - 23" (from the shoulder to paw), and 20" - 25" (from the shoulder to the paw) for a Standard Male English Goldendoodle.
Weight range tends to be 55-85 pounds.
If you have placed a deposit and would like to visit (or select) your puppy in person, we allow you and up to two guests to schedule a single 30 minute - 1 hour visitation prior to your puppy going home.
No, Goldendoodles are not a recognized AKC breed, therefore you should caution against any breeder who is marketing them as "registered AKC". There are however, many organizations that register Goldendoodles such as the Goldendoodle Association of North America (GANA) and the Continental Kennel Club (CKC). GANA and CKC both do a great job of verifying pedigrees to ensure that the Goldendoodle can be traced back to the original American Kennel Club (AKC) breeds; in fact, their pedigree history tracking is very similar to the AKC’s process.