Here at Mountain Meadow Puppies, we want to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Check our most frequently asked questions below, and hopefully it will help answer your questions.
Sizes vary somewhat, but they are classed as follows:
A) Mini Size: Between 18-25 lb.
B) Medium Size: Between 35-45 lb.
C) Standard Size: Between 55-65 lb.
Besides our specialty, Goldendoodles; we occasionally offer other designer breeds - watch our website for announcements of these specialty dogs.
We're located near Libby, in north-west Montana.
All the adult dogs in our breeding program are carefully screened and extensively health tested. Our purebred breeding dogs (Poodles, Golden Retrievers, etc) are AKC or CKC registered.
You can meet our dogs here.
No, we don't offer registration, as Goldendoodles have two separate bloodlines, and can't be registered as purebred dogs. Both AKC and CKC has alternative "designer breed" registration options if that is important for you. Keep in mind, however, unless otherwise noted, our puppies are sold as Pets, and use for competition/show and/or breeding purposes will void the health guarantee we offer.
Every Mountain Meadow puppy comes a 12 month Health Guarantee**, (18 months with the use of Life's Abundance Supplements), along with all it’s health records. It will be current on all vaccinations, and vet checked before we allow it to go to it’s new home at eight weeks!
**Full details on the Terms & Conditions page.
While no dog is truly "hypoallergenic", Goldendoodles, and other Poodle mixes, inherit the non shedding coat of Poodles. They are ideal for people with pet hair allergies or who don't want to deal with hair, as they do not shed.
We ask that you take your new puppy to your own vet, no more than three to five days after it’s left our home. While we do our utmost to ensure your puppy is 100% healthy and sound before it’s picked up, the stress of moving in and adjusting to their new family and environment, can occasionally cause stress related issues - best caught as early as possible!
You will want a soft, comfortable kennel or ride home for the puppy, as well as a bed at his new home. A roomy place for exercise is also important. Food and water bowls, peepads (for training and transport), toys, collars, brushes and other accessories complete your puppy adoption. Check out our Puppy Essentials for more.
We open it up for people to start choosing their puppies, once they reach 5 weeks. You will be in line to choose, in the order we received the deposits. We will contact you as soon as your turn comes.
Yes! At six weeks, they receive their first parvo shot. We also have our vet thoroughly check them, making sure they are as fit and healthy as can be. At 8 weeks, (just before they are available for pick-up), they will receive the first of three vaccinations, a five-way booster shot. The full health records, with all the veterinary notes and vaccination labels are included with every puppy.
More details on the Terms & Conditions page.
We use and highly recommend a premium dog food from Life’s Abundance!
You will need to purchase a small bag to go home with your puppy, to use until your pup is settled in. While we don’t require it, we highly recommend you keep using it for the best results in your puppy’s health! Get more information on the Food & Nutrition page.