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Park View Australian Labradoodles

Adopting a Park View pup

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Please do contact us. Should you wish to be placed on our reservations list we require a £500 non-refundable holding fee, together with a copy of a utility bill no older than three months.  This secures your place on our list.  We do not take reservations for more puppies than we believe will be available.

You will be able to access our ‘members area’ where you can watch ‘your litter’ grow and develop from birth to Gotcha Day.  At five weeks we ask you to choose your top three puppies from the litter. We then select your puppy taking your preferences, your family and your lifestyle into consideration.  We feel we are best placed to put the right puppy in the right home as we know each little character so well. 

Our members area will also tell you everything you need to know about welcoming one of our puppies into your home and covers so many topics from the day you pick up to how to groom your adult dog.

You can collect your puppy when he or she is eight weeks old. He or she will leave us with a full puppy pack which includes, food, a blanket that smells of mum and the rest of the litter, toy and treats (home made liver cake).  Your puppy will be microchipped in your name, have been wormed with Panacur at 3, 5 and 7 weeks and checked by our veterinary surgeon.

Our puppies are sold with a strict spay/neuter contract and you must send proof that your puppy has been desexed before he or she reaches 10 months of age.  This is rigorously followed up.

Reservation places for each litter will depend on the bitch in question and we try very hard not to accept more reservations than puppies due.  Even with pregnancy scanning this is not an exact science and we usually end up with one or two more than we have taken reservations for.  In the unlikely event that there are not enough puppies you will be placed on the next suitable litter.

All our dogs are fed Nutriment raw dog food, this includes our puppies once they are weaned. We find the All About Dog Food website useful for looking at dog food ratings.