Frequently Asked Questions:
Camden Lane Labradoodles | Sandy, UT | 801-413-3166
1. What is the adoption fee of an Australian Labradoodle puppy?
Each puppy is $2750.00 plus shipping, if necessary. We prefer to hand deliver our puppies right to you. Which means: we will accustom puppy to a soft sided airline crate and you can fly into Salt Lake City airport and take your puppy home in the cabin with you. Or, in special cases we can fly with your puppy to a US airport near you for a minimum of a $500.00 shipping fee.
2. How do I get on a waiting list for a puppy?
Once you have submitted your “Adoption Application” and non-refundable deposit of $300.00, your name is placed on a waiting list in the order the application was received. You will remain on the list until you have chosen a puppy to adopt. You may choose to defer to the next litter, in which case your name will move to the top of the next list.
3. Are all Australian Labradoodles asthma/allergy friendly?
The Australian Labradoodle is allergy friendly by nature. There are three distinct coat types: wool, fleece and hair. Fleece and Wool tend to affect a person’s allegories less while hair, as with any breed, can sometimes provoke mild allergic reactions. All of our dogs have fleece or wool coats.
4. What size Australian Labradoodles do you breed?
At Camden Lane Labradoodles, we breed the multi-generation Miniature and Small Medium Australian Labradoodles. Ranging from about 20 lbs. for our smallest female to 37 lbs. for our largest male. Most of our dogs average 25-35 lbs. at maturity.
5. Will my puppy have its shots?
Your puppy will have two rounds of vaccinations while in our care. In addition, each dog is dewormed and micro chipped (for identification) prior to leaving our home. Prospective families will need to continue vaccinations with their veterinarian when the pups leave our home and join yours.
6. How do you match the puppies with their family?
When you fill out the application and submit a deposit, you can let us know which litter you are interested in. Your name will be placed on the waiting list for that litter. When the puppies are six weeks old, we do puppy picking. You are invited to come to my home and meet the available puppies or we can do video messaging. We schedule our puppy pickings based on the order we received applications and deposits. Puppy selection is of course your choice, but also done by my recommendation for which puppy would be the best fit for your family. We want to make sure we are sending the right puppy home with you depending on you and your family's needs.