MileHigh Doodles & Desert Winds at MileHigh
Labradoodle Puppy Application
NOTE: All of our puppies are allocated based on temperament upon completion of the Volhard Puppy Aptitude Test performed by an outside tester on the day the puppies turn 7 weeks of age. Puppies are matched to applicants by the tester and you will be informed via email which puppy has been chosen for you on that day. In addition to this application, a deposit of $500.00 is required to add your name to the litter's waiting list. Your answers to the following questions and any additional information you provide about your family lifestyle will aid the tester in choosing the right puppy for you.
• Flexible could mean that you might receive a puppy sooner, depending on availability.
• There is very little difference in sexes with the Australian Labradoodles breed, as this was an intentional virtue bred for by the Breeding Research Centers in Australia.
(full grown). Please choose your size preference (Note: we do not breed the standard size).
We do not guarantee color; it is up to you to choose a litter that has colors/markings acceptable to you. A Parti means 50% or more white with patches of color.
You must be willing to take any puppy from the litter that you put your deposit on regardless of color/markings, so choose your litter accordingly.
We DNA test our dogs for their color genes, so we know what a pair bred will produce. Read carefully on our upcoming litters page the description of each litter for what colors/markings they will produce.
We do not guarantee coat type. Read on the upcoming litters page for the parent’s coat types to know what coat type they “likely” may produce, but understand genes from previous generations come through. Puppy’s coat may change with maturity when its adult coat comes in (approx. 7-9 months of age.) By the time the adult coat comes in, you won’t care what type of coat your dog has!
Note: All Australian Labradoodles love to play, walk, and cuddle; the breed's general temperament is not hyper, but soft, submissive and non-aggressive.
QUESTIONS (to help the temperament tester choose your puppy):