Purchasing a Puppy
Pet ownership is a serious commitment that the entire household needs to consider and agree to before the animal is adopted. It is important to MI Mountain Doodles that each adoptive household is aware of and willing and able to accept the physical and financial responsibilities of pet ownership. Not everyone who desires to own a pet is ready to properly care for one.
The Adoption Process
Please complete the brief application. We will confirm receiving the application and update you on availability.
When a puppy is available a deposit is required to reserve the puppy. The balance is due when the puppy goest home. Selection order is based on the order of deposits received.
If puppies are not currently available we will add you to our waitlist and notify you when we have a confirmed litter.
A deposit is not necessary until we notify you of a confirmed litter.
On your application you can select the gender of puppy you prefer. Again, selection of pups are based on the order of deposits receive for the gender specified on your application.
All Bernedoodle puppies are priced at $2500. The price includes:
1-year health guarantee
Age appropriate vaccines
Dew claw removal
Well-check health certificate from our vet
Exceptional care and socialization
We accept PayPal, Venmo and personal checks.
Puppy Colors & Markings
We consistently see the bi-color markings on our Bernedoodle puppies this means they're black with traditional white Bernese markings. Occasionally there will be one to three tri-colors in our litters - these pups will have black, white and tan markings.
All MI Mountain Doodles are priced at $2500 regardless of colors and markings. They are all equally awesome!!!! All Saint Berdoodles puppies are priced at $1500.
Just a Few More Things...
Our puppies are sold as personal pets and the new owner agrees to not breed the dog later in life.
The breeder (MI Mountain Doodles) reserves the right to keep up to two (2) puppies per litter to continue the breeding program and/or placed in a therapy or service program.
The breeder has the right to decline an application if there is a concern regarding the wellbeing of the puppy.
Start the adoption process now by filling out an app!