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Find the answers to frequently asked questions.

  • Who are you?
    My name is Tiffany! Here at Posh Doodles, I am passionate about producing phenomenal Teacup Goldendoodle puppies and preparing them for a successful life with your family. I strive to produce puppies with the absolute best health, temperament, and appearance. My program is successful with the help of my amazing team consisting of my family and friends who are guardian homes for my parent dogs and their puppies. Nothing makes me happier than matching families with the perfect Doodle for them! Pictured is my little girl, the best puppy helper ever!
  • Where are you located?
    We are located in the Salt Lake City, Utah area, about 30 minutes from SLC airport!
  • What are your prices?
    Our puppies rage in price from $3500 to $6000 depending on size and color/markings.
  • What is your adoption process?
    You can learn more about our adoption process by clicking on the photo below.
  • What comes with my puppy?
    We send our puppies home with a goodie bag tat contains: - shot record - puppy food - a toy - a chew - a blanket that smells like mom and siblings Puppies also come with a free month of health insurance through Trupanion, which needs to be activated within the time period 24 hours before or after getting your puppy. Info on how to activate your insurance can be found below!
  • Which payment options do you accept?
    Payment options I will accept: - Zelle (preffered) - Venmo (Friends & Family ONLY) - Cash (pick up only, requires a larger deposit) Payment options I will NOT accept: - PayPal - Cash App PayPal does not allow pet sales on their platform, and I don't want my account to be taken down by using it. No available puppy will be reserved without payment! Any and all payments towards puppies are considered retainers and are non-refundable under any circumstances.
  • How can I get my puppy home if I live out of state?
    Whichever way you choose, we are very experienced in helping our babies travel to their new homes, and will be happy to work with you in any way we can! There are three options for you to get your new puppy home: 1. Pick Up from us in Utah: Local families and those who wish to drive to pick up their puppy are welcome for scheduled pick-up! We are located about 30 minutes south of the Salt Lake City Airport. 2. Pick Up at the SLC Airport: You are welcome to fly in and take your puppy home as carry-on yourself! Either my mom, April, or myself will meet you at the SLC Airport with your puppy.​ You will need to bring a soft, airline approved carrier for your puppy's flight home and book them a ticket through the airline. Please make sure you contact me before booking your puppy's flight home to make sure I can make the drop off time work! 3. Hand Delivery via Flight Nanny: We can hand-deliver your puppy to an airport near you! We work with Puppy Port, who will deliver your puppy to you in the comfort and protection of the airplane cabin. Pricing will vary depending on location. The breakdown of fees is usually close to: - the flight ($ is dependent on the ticket prices) - the puppy's ticket ($95-125 depending on the airline) - $300-$375 puppy port fee for their time Learn more here: If you and a family member or friend are both getting puppies, generally they can fly together! At this time, unfortunately we cannot deliver outside of the continental United States, Puerto Rico, and can meet at border towns for Canadian families. ​ We do not ship our puppies in cargo! We work very hard to ensure their confidence, adaptability, and easy-going nature and would hate to break that trust and confidence that our puppies have gained in the first weeks of their lives.
  • Do your puppies come up to date on shots and michrochipped?
    Your puppy will receive their first set of vaccinations at 6-7 weeks of age and will be dewormed multiple times before going home. We do not remove dewclaws since it's detrimental to your puppy's health long term. Your puppy's next set of shots will be due around 10 weeks of age at your vet. We recommend not taking your puppy to public places where there have been dogs unknown to you until they have finished their vaccination schedule with your vet. ​ You must take your puppy to the vet for a wellness visit within 72 hrs of your puppy coming home so your vet can make sure your puppy has arrived in good health. ​ We do not microchip our puppies before they go home for a couple reasons: 1. Puppies grow very quickly in their first 6 months of life. When you microchip a young puppy the placement of the chip often moves as the puppy grows. We recommend having your puppy receive their microchip during spay/neuter at 6 months of age so the chip will be in the right placement at adulthood. 2. Many people don’t change over the registration into their name once the puppy goes home. If your puppy ever does become lost, registering it when they are a little older would make your puppy registered to you and/or your vet- who would have your current contact details and have the best chance of locating you.
  • How do you raise your puppies?
    We take what we do seriously and are very intentional in the way we raise our puppies! ​Each litter of puppies grows up in a nursery in our living room. This exposes them to every day family living and the noises and sounds that are associated with that, as well as frequent contact with us. Every puppy receives one-on-one socialization from the day they are born until they day they leave our home. We use the Early Neurological Stimulation protocol which has been proven to give puppies a greater resistance to stress and disease, stronger heart rates and stronger heart beats, along with a stronger adrenal system. We start potty training early, at 3 weeks of age. Our families have told us their puppies rarely have potty accidents when they get to their new homes when kept on a strict schedule! The puppies will be introduced to both potty pads and grass, so they will be used to whichever option you choose to use at your home. We even have some puppies go to homes or apartments that use fake grass and they always catch on quickly! In this way, we succeed in raising incredibly lovable Goldendoodle puppies with the sweetest temperaments. The puppies spend their days playing in the house, socializing with adults and children, and exploring outside.
  • What schedule do you recommend when puppies come home?
    Here is a schedule that works well! Change morning and bedtime to when you like to start your day.
  • What is your guarantee?
    Each of our puppies come with a 3 YEAR guarantee that covers 10 genetic diseases that are listed below. Other breeder will guarantee against 150+ diseases but most do not affect the Poodle or Golden Retriever, the Goldendoodle parent breeds, so they will not affect your puppy. We guarantee against diseases that actually matter to Goldendoodles! The diseases we have a lifetime guarantee against are Degenerative Myelopathy, Ichthyosis, Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures, Osteochondrodysplasia, Progressive Retinal Atrophy GRT 1, Progressive Retinal Atrophy GRT 2, Progressive Retinal Atrophy - Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration, Von Willebrands Disease 1, GM2 Gangliosidosis, Muscular Dystrophy, and Osteogenesis Imperfecta. This guarantee does not cover possible intestinal parasites or hypoglycemia, which can be caused or be caught from stress or travel. It does also not cover minor under/overbites, or umbilical hernias or undescended testicles, which do not affect the life of your dog and can be fixed during spay/neuter.
  • Do you require my puppy to be fed a special food or supplement after going home?
    We do NOT require you buy a specific food or health supplements to have our lifetime guarantee like many other breeders do. Health does NOT come from special expensive foods or supplements!!! It DOES comes from health tested parents and good breeders who do the best for their puppies. ​ This includes foods and supplements like Life's Abundance, PAWTREE, NuVET, and many more companies which are MLMs and make these other breeders extra thousands of dollars each month you buy these food/supplements. Many breeders make you use one or more to even give your puppy any sort of health guarantee!! Please be wary of breeders that promote these companies! ​ Here is an expert from an email from one of these MLMs that contacted ME: "... I work with many well known Doodle breeders whom love [name removed] and add $10k+ to their annual revenue. Once they start they always wish they had done so sooner." This is only one example of the MANY emails I have received from these MLM companies. We don't breed and raise our puppies to just try to make extra money off of our families every month for the lifetime of your puppy, we do it because we love it and it is our passion!
  • Do you guarantee the adult size of your puppies?
    I wish I could, but unfortunately cannot! I wish I could see into the future and know a puppy's full grown weight and height, but just like with children you cannot predict adult height/weight. We do make our best educated guess as to what your puppy will weigh based off of our years of experience, what the parents weigh, what past puppies have weighed, and what grandparents weighed. Very rarely does a puppy weigh more than it's parents. Other factors also come into play also like being overweight, amount of excersise, and length of hair! I am often asked this, but size at birth or the first couple months does NOT often affect adult size, since litter size affects the size of the puppies when they are born. This is because the more puppies there are in a litter, the less room they have to fit in mom's uterus so the puppies are smaller, and vice versa. Smaller litters = larger puppies; larger litters = smaller puppies . At around nine months of age, Teacup Goldendoodles should be at or close to their adult size. Their growth really slows down around four months of age!
  • Do you guarantee non-shedding/hypoallergenic dogs?
    Again, I wish I could, but unfortunately cannot! There is no such things as a completely "non-shedding" dog. All dogs shed hair, just like humans also shed hair, which is what our puppies "shed" like. We have never had issues with any our puppies causing allergic reactions.
  • Can I visit the parents and puppies before I adopt my puppy?
    For safety and health reasons, we do not allow random visits to our home. ​ We want to give families the opportunity to get to know us and see what we are all about, and we try to do that as much as we can through our website and communications with you. I’m proud of the love and care that we show our dogs. Unfortunate, in our world today there are so many dangers that come with allowing strangers in your home. We do our best to show the pups to families but we have several factors to consider: ​ 1. Health concerns for the puppies: including parvo, giardia, and coccidia. ​ 2. Puppy theft has become a real problem recently! ​ 3. We have far too many families wanting to meet the parent dogs or puppies before placing a deposit. Mothers and fathers for each litter don't live in the same home, making it almost impossible for families to come meet both parents at once. I also cannot have the numerous families that contact me daily wanting to meet parents and puppies come see them before placing a deposit come meet the puppies. ​ 4. These puppies are not ours to risk. They belong to families that are taking them home! ​​ Only families that are adopting a puppy from us can come visit, on their puppy's go home date. We cannot accept any other visitors. Puppy families MUST NOT visit any places on the same day that may have had other dogs there (parks, pet stores, vets offices, etc). You MUST take off your shoes before entering our home and wash your hands before handling the puppies to avoid spread of disease. If you bring children with you, they must sit on the floor and hold the puppies in their laps. Thank you for your understanding, our puppies always come first!!
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