TWO DOODS DOODLES

Find some of the most stunning bernedoodles & goldendoodles in Central Valley

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ABOUT US

We understand everyone has a unique lifestyle and for that reason, all our puppies are introduced to early neurological stimulation & early scent introduction. This training will help ensure our puppies successfully adapt to their new home environment.

We also introduce our puppies to crate training. We believe the crate should be a safe space environment, which is why we include this training as early as 5 weeks.

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OUR PROCESS

Please keep in mind that our goal is to find the perfect match for you.
This means puppies undergo temperament and personality testing before being placed in their furever home.

Step 1

Start by applying for a puppy through our application page.

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Step 2

Once approved, place a deposit to be added to our waiting list.

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Step 3

Puppy selections will be in the order the deposits were received.

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PRICING

Price is Pet only (strict spay/neuter contract)
Bernedoodles $3,950
Goldendoodles $3,200

INCLUDES

1 year health guarantee
30 day pet insurance
Goodie bag w/Snuggle puppy, blanket, toys, leash, collar & more

FAQ

Do you transport?

Yes, we transport via nanny anywhere in the US.

Do you health test parents?

Yes, we health test all of our parents.

Is my deposit refundable?

Deposits are not refundable but can be transferred to another future litter.

How long can I expect to get my puppy from the time they're born?

Puppies need their mom until 8 weeks of age.

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Health-Tested

All pawrents are health-tested to ensure happy and healthy puppies!

Start creating new memories with your puppy today

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NOT READY YET?

Check out our Guardian Program

A Guardian is a person who has signed a contract to care for the dog while being in the breeding program. Ownership of the dog will only pass to the Guardian once the terms of that contract have been fulfilled. In most cases, the Guardian Family becomes the dog’s new owner after it has produced a certain number of litters, or after it has passed breeding age. Until then, the Guardian Family must carry out their responsibilities as specified by the contract.

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