smart petsA quality breeder rarely has AussieDoodle puppies “Available”.

Finding AussieDoodles for sale, isn’t hard. But if you’re searching for the best and most healthy AussieDoodle Puppies, don’t expect to find them in your own city. If a breeder has “Available” AussieDoodles, it could be for a reason.

At AwesomeDoodle, you’ll have lots of puppy choices, since we have a few litters being born each month.

Our puppies are not born homeless. If we do have one available, you will see it on our available puppy list.  Who wants to wait months for a new puppy?  Who wants to give a deposit and get on a wait list, for a dog they have not even seen yet?  At AwesomeDoodle, you’re not locked in to any one litter; you can pick from any of our upcoming puppies. If you’re looking for a phantom or tri color AussieDoodle puppy, you might be picking your puppy right away, while the blue merle aussiedoodle puppy is what we’re famous for. Check our the colors of AussieDoodle puppies we usually have.

Looking for an AussieDoodle Rescue or an adult AussieDoodle?

Since the start of AwesomeDoodle, we’ve never had a single family give up their Aussie Doodle. No one gets rid of a good dog, especially an Aussie Doodle. If you find an adult or rescue AussieDoodle, you should spend some time with it to make sure there are no behavior issues, which could be dangerous for your family.

At AwesomeDoodle, your deposit is refundable, up until the time you pick your puppy.

We would never want to pressure you into getting a dog, if you change your mind. It’s a big decision, and you should be 100% confident when your pick your puppy.

Never give a “non-refundable” deposit to a breeder for an unborn puppy. Since AussieDoodles are all different if you give a non refundable Deposit to a breeder, when the litter comes, they may not even have the puppy you want. At AwesomeDoodle, we have 2-3 litters being born every month, so there are always lots of choices.

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