What is a Bersheedoodle?

Adoption includes: 

  • Health Certificate (good for travel anywhere in the U.S. for up to 30 days) by a certified licensed veterinarian.
  • Spay/Neuter contract
  • Lifetime Support 24/7
  • Genetically health tested parents.
  • 12-24 month genetic guarantee
  • Deworming every 2 weeks
  • Full first or second round of puppy shots
  • A complete virtual “health binder” with all vet records, tips, & extras
  • A receiving blanket with Mommy, Daddy, & siblings scent on it
  • A variety of toys for home
  • Volhard puppy aptitude test with results.
  • BioSensor puppy stimulation

The goal is for you to have as much from us with Mommy, Daddy, and siblings scent on their toys and blanket as possible. That way you won’t have to worry about taking your new “furry baby” out to the pet stores and risk exposing him/her to deadly parvo or other multiple diseases lurking. We want to take the worry out of running around and for you and your family to be able to enjoy the first months bonding with your new baby accident free. 

During the 8-12 weeks your furry baby is with us, they are pampered weekly with a full oatmeal baths and blowouts. Along side of nails being clipped, the eyes and ears are cleaned. We like to start them on basic commands.  And have them familiar with the term “lets go potty”. We start crate training and use pee pee pads by placing them near the back door where they familiarize themselves and associate that area “to go potty”. All the “furry babies” that leave us here are considered pre-spoiled and are able to walk on a leash and harness with no problems. One of the biggest assets that we offer is the socialization that your puppy will receive. Not only do they have weekly car rides but exposure to animals and the constant interaction with our family dogs, and most importantly lots of people.

*Note, this will need continued training for commands set at your home. It will also take time for your baby to get used to your layout of your home, which will be much different than mine.

*Your baby is to stay on the same food we have him/her on for at least two weeks to ensure not to upset the tummy. And to be fair to your baby, we ask you NOT allow free feeding all water set out all the time. Otherwise your baby will have accidents since their bladder is very small and still growing. The recommend time for food and water cut off is 7:00pm. And be prepared to take them outside to a special designated area for potty at least two more time before they go to sleep for the night. Always make sure a baby will need around 15 minutes after food or water to go potty again. It is common for them to go potty multiple times in one session, especially since they can be easily distracted.

“A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself”


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