Pomskies are smart, loyal and super affectionate,making them wonderful family dogs and personal companions. They love to play games, go on hikes, outdoors, active and be a part of your family. Good with kids and get along well with other animals.
The Labrador Retriever has been ranked #1 dog breed out of 193 breeds, for a record 28 years straight. Labs are waterproof, water loving, affable, and gregarious. They are one of the most popular and dependable breeds in the world. Friendly, outgoing, and high-spirited companions who have more than enough affection for a family looking for a medium to large dog.
The Labradoodle is very similar to the Goldendoodle, with the same hypoallergenic qualities. Labradoodles often have a shorter wiry coat when compared to the golden, and both breeds make very trainable family pets that love to play.
Our Goldendoodle puppies are F1B Generations. They have a higher success rate for non-shedding and recommended for families with moderate to severe allergies. F1B dogs have tighter curls, taking after the poodle more closely. They are loving and intelligent with favorable qualities from both breeds.
The Australian Shepherd, often referred to as an “Aussie”, is an intelligent working dog of strong herding and guarding instincts. They are a loyal companion and has the stamina to work all day. They are well balanced, slightly longer than tall, different sizes (toy, mini and standard) and bone, with coloring that offers variety and individuality. All adults are ASDR Registered
The Aussiedoodle is a mixed breed dog — a cross between the Australian Shepherd and Poodle dog breeds. Incredibly smart, playful, and loyal, these pups inherited some of the best qualities from both of their parents.These active dogs, often referred to as an “Einstein” breed for their smarts, do well in homes that can provide plenty of attention and exercise . The Aussiedoodle makes an excellent family dog, as long as smaller children know how to safely play with the pup. They are also incredible therapy dogs, given how quickly they bond to a specific human or two.
The initial step in our puppy adoption process is to choose a breed. After agreeing to our health guarantee, you’ll be able to make a deposit immediately. Your deposit will secure your ability to reserve the puppy of your choice or have your name placed on our waiting list for upcoming litters. Only those who have placed a deposit have the opportunity to reserve a puppy. After your deposit has cleared, we will go over payment and delivery options. If you have any questions, please call or email.
All puppies begin potty training at two weeks old, learning how to use a doggie-door to go to the bathroom outside by the time they are 8 weeks old. From the time the puppies are only a few days old, they’ll receive daily socialization and hands on play. They will be introduced to environmental complexity such as smells, home sounds, objects and flooring textures. We believe in letting nature takes its natural course, therefore the mom is allowed to wean her puppies herself which decreases stress but also teaches submissiveness and dominance- making training much easier.
All puppies are up to date on puppy vaccinations including a Parvo booster, they are dewormed bi-weekly and microchipped. We offer a one-year health guarantee against any congenital defects, a health certificate, and report for Veterinary Exam indicating good health.
Transportation anywhere in the USA or Canada is optional via air or ground. We’ve been transporting puppies for over 16 years which is very safe and fast. We deliver the puppies generally at St. Louis Lambert Airport and they will fly out early morning, unless a later flight is requested. You will receive an airway bill number to track the flight. The puppy will arrive in the cargo facility of your airport and will be ready for pickup 45-60 minutes after arrival. The puppy is never touched by human hands and remains in a crate large enough for the puppy to turn around comfortably. The crate has bedding, food and water. No toys are allowed inside the crate. We highly recommend waiting until you get home to take your puppy out of the crate due to nervousness and risk of diseases (Parvo) on public flooring. All paperwork will be taped to the top of the crate (Vet report, vaccination/deworming record, microchip information).