Before you Adopt

Please read thru the information on our site under "The Breed" to get familiar with these amazing companions. Some important things to consider are:

Size, gender preference if any, coat coloring preference if any, what is the time frame, do you have space or place to play. 

 


Adoption Process

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Once you have decided to add an amazing companion to your family, the process is fairly simple:

1. Submit the Monarch Labradoodles application on our site.

2. We will contact you within 24 hours to discuss availability and or wait list. Our discussion will cover the details in the application and best fit for your families new addition as well as options for delivery/pick up of your new arrival.

3. We will reserve your new family member with your deposit of $500.00,which will be applied toward the balance. The remaining balance will be due by 4 weeks of age.

4. Several methods of payment are available; PayPal, Credit Card (3% transaction fee will apply) and Cashiers Check (receipt prior to delivery)



Selection Process

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It is important to fill in as much info on the application as possible about your particular family dynamics as we use that information to assist in matching the perfect puppy to your family. The order in which we receive the completed Reservation Form with the deposit plays a role in the selection as well.

Payment in full is due at 4 weeks of age before your puppy comes home at 8 weeks old. The initial $500 deposit is non-refundable.

If you don’t see your right puppy in your litter when it comes your pick, you may roll your deposit over to the next available spot in another litter. 

Note:

Although the breeding and birthing process is exciting, it does at times come with challenges not foreseen.  Mother nature is the ultimate decision maker with regards to how many pups may be in a litter, due to this we at Monarch Labradoodles will most certainly notify you of your position on the reservation list should there be a surprise.  We ultrasound and x-ray for confirmation of litter size and fetal development.