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Bow x Teddy | March 2021
F1b Toy Labradoodle puppies
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Bow, F1 Mini Labradoodle, Teddy, Toy Poodle

Bow and Teddy's F1b (second generation) puppies are due March 29, 2021.

 These puppies will be varying shades of red(many with gorgeous white abstract markings), as well as "Parti" puppies (white base coat with red patches). This litter should have all straight and wavy "fleece" coated puppies! Expected adult weight: 12-20 lbs. Based on past litters, these puppies should be non-shedding and allergy friendly. We have an excellent flight nanny that can hand-deliver your pup to your nearest airport, or you can pick up in Springville, Utah between 7-8 weeks old.

Cost: $4000 for your choice of  puppy. Pick order will take place in the same order that deposits are paid.

Please visit our application page to apply for a spot on our master waiting list. We will contact those at the top of the list when a litter that meets their criteria is born. If you have a favorite litter, you are welcome to wait for a puppy from that litter to become available to you!

***Please note that I do my very best to match you with a puppy of your preferred gender, but it's up to mother nature! Every puppy in this litter should be exceptional-the last puppy chosen is usually just as wonderful as the first. And I'm a strong believer that we end up with the dog we are supposed to have. I have also found that there is no noticeable difference in behavior or personality between male and female puppies, and spaying and neutering keeps it that way!