Puppies For Sale in Georgia
Our hypoallergenic, health-tested puppies are ready to meet their new families in Georgia.
Goldendoodle Puppies For Sale in Georgia
Are you on the hunt for a friendly, affectionate new family member that’s eager to please and gets along with everyone? If so, a goldendoodle may just be the perfect puppy you’re looking for. Originally bred in the 1960s to serve as guide dogs, they quickly became popular thanks to their sweet temperaments, high intelligence levels and adorable golden coats.
The goldendoodle gets its name from its two pure breed parents: the golden retriever and the poodle. Inheriting the friendly personalities and golden fur of their golden retriever parent, as well as the low-shedding, hypoallergenic coats of their poodle parent, they truly enjoy the best of both worlds. Like their parents, they should be groomed regularly (at least every 6-8 weeks). Proper trimming helps keep that gorgeous golden fur in tip-top shape.
As medium-large pups with moderate energy levels, goldendoodles do well in active households. They thrive with at least 30 minutes of exercise a day and enjoy going on walks, running in the yard and playing fetch with their loved ones. As with any pet, you should schedule regular vet visits to avoid health problems like hip dysplasia. In exchange for taking care of them, your goldendoodle will shower you with endless love and affection.
Labradoodle Puppies For Sale in Georgia
When people say dogs are man’s best friend, there’s a good chance they’re talking about labradoodles. Known for their loyalty, enthusiasm and kindness, these companion pups will do anything for their favorite humans. While they were initially bred in the 1980s to be guide dogs, today they’re mostly known for being the perfect puppy for any family.
Labradoodles offer a unique blend of their breeds’ best traits. Their sweet temperaments and energetic personalities come from their Labrador retriever parent, while their intelligence and hypoallergenic coats are the result of their poodle parentage. While most labradoodles are medium-large in size, smaller ones can be bred using mini-poodles instead.
Like most puppies, labradoodles need to be groomed at least once a month. They’re also vulnerable to health issues found in their parents (such as hip and elbow dysplasia), which means they should have regular vet checkups. As energetic pups, labradoodles enjoy getting at least 30 to 60 minutes of exercise daily. You can satisfy this need by taking them on a walk, visiting the park or just playing in the yard together. As long as they’re spending time with their loved ones, your labradoodle will be happy!
Cockapoo Puppies For Sale in Georgia
Cockapoos are living proof that sometimes, mistakes can be a good thing. These compassionate canines were bred in the 1960s by accident. However, thanks to their sociable personalities, curious natures and fluffy, furry appearances, they quickly became one of the ideal puppy one would want to take home. Nowadays, you can find cockapoos in homes across the country.
These pups are the result of cross-breeding between cocker spaniels and poodles breed. The cocker spaniel parent passes down its playfulness and enthusiasm, while the poodle parent lends its low-shedding coat and intelligence. While many cockapoos share the same excitable personalities and zest for life, each one has its own unique look. You can find these medium-small puppies sporting anything from traditional light-brown coats to multicolored spotted fur.
To stay healthy, cockapoos should also be checked regularly for ear, eye, hip and knee problems. It’s also important to meet their energy needs. Most cockapoos benefit from at least 15 minutes of exercise daily, as well as some mental stimulation. While they like to stay engaged by running around or playing with chew toys, they’re more than happy to spend time cuddling with their owners. It won’t be long before your cute cockapoo becomes your new best friend.
WHY WE TRAIN YOUR PUPPIES FOR YOU
BENEFITS OF HYPOALLERGENIC BREEDS
PUPPIES TRAINED BY PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS
Puppies With Training
Let’s be honest — training a dog is hard. Like all animals, dogs have their own natural instincts. Unless you have experience working with them, it can be difficult to persuade a puppy to listen to you over those instincts. Not to mention, most of us have family or work commitments that consume our free time.
At Pride & Prejudoodles, we want new owners to get the most out of their relationship with their dog — that’s why we enroll puppies in our training program. For at least three months, they’ll learn under the guidance of a certified dog trainer. Once the program concludes, you can expect a happy, healthy and well-behaved new puppy.
Imagine welcoming a new dog into your home only to experience coughing, sneezing and allergic reactions. When dogs shed, they release dander that can trigger allergies. This can spread across your floor and furniture, turning your home into an allergic zone.
If you have allergies, you can still enjoy the company of canines — as long as you work with a reputable, hypoallergenic breeder that can guarantee a low-shedding dog. At Pride & Prejudoodles, every puppy goes through coat testing to ensure they meet our high health and coat standards.
When it comes to dog training, the earlier you start, the better. Our dog trainers have years of experience in working with puppies and can encourage dogs to be on their best behavior. We offer three-month and five-month training programs, both of which cover the following topics:
- Leash walking
- Obedience commands
- Behavior modification
Throughout the process, our trainers will learn more about your dog’s unique habits, interests and behaviors. Once your puppy is ready to go home, we’ll give you personalized training tips designed especially for their precious personality.
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Meet the Georgia Team: The People Behind Pride & Prejudoodles
Everything we offer — from our health-tested and non-shedding guarantee to our extensive pup training program — is made possible by the hard work and commitment of our team. Each individual plays a unique role in making sure our dogs are ready for their new homes. Read on to learn more about the people behind Pride & Prejudoodles.
Joshua & Kelsey
When they first met, Joshua and Kelsey formed an instant connection over dogs. They decided to take that passion — and their knowledge of breeding — and start their own business, Pride & Prejudoodles. As busy couples, Joshua and Kelsey know how difficult it can be to find free time, which is why they also created a pup training program. With a name inspired by Jane Austen and a dedication inspired by their love for dogs, they’ve helped successfully deliver happy, healthy puppies across the state of Georgia.
Adopting a dog involves more than just a search and picking out a puppy and welcoming it into your home. Before your furry friend can become a full-fledged member of your family, you’ll have to get through some tedious adoption paperwork. That’s where Eric comes in. As the head of our customer service team, Eric’s purpose is to guide customers through the adoption process. If you’ve got any questions or concerns, you can trust Eric to take care of them.
One element that makes Pride & Prejudoodles unique is our promise to hand-deliver your puppy to your door. You can thank Hannah for this special service. As the team’s administrative assistant, her role is to take care of filing documents, scheduling your pup deliveries and updating families on their dogs. With Hannah’s dedication, we deliver every puppy to their new Georgia home in a timely manner.
Alyssa & Tressie
The average person doesn’t have the time or expertise to properly train a new puppy. Fortunately, Alyssa and Tressie — our head trainers — can handle that for you. From basic obedience commands and housebreaking to behavior modification and socialization, they know the ins and outs of dog training and will do everything possible to encourage the best behavior from your puppy.
One of the core values of Pride & Prejudoodles is a commitment to helping others. By donating a percentage of our income every year, we hope to strengthen communities and make the world a better place. Charities we work with include:
- The Morning Center: This organization offers free, full-service maternity care to women in urban and underserved locations.
- Compassion International: This charity supports underprivileged children by increasing access to health care, education and life skills training.
- Peru Medical Missions: The goal of this organization is to help impoverished Peruvians find free or affordable medical care.
So far, we’ve raised over $300,000 to help those in need.
Pricing Benefits & Features
Before you pick your dream puppy, it’s important to consider the costs. Prices vary depending on the size of your dog, the breed, as well as your desired training program. Here’s a closer look at our puppy prices, training prices and available financing plans.
Before you get your puppy, we ask new owners to submit a $4,000 deposit. This helps us cover the costs of health testing, training and spaying/neutering. It also goes towards ensuring that your dog meets our high health and coat standards. Deposits are always counted as part of the final, total cost.
The puppy prices are as follows:
- Medium/standard breed dogs: $3,900
- Mini breed dogs: $4,400
If you’re worried about financing, consider trying our PayPal payment plan. By using a PayPal credit card, you don’t have to pay interest on purchases over $99 (as long as they’re paid off within 6 months). Discover more about this plan here.
What’s better than a new puppy? How about a puppy that’s obedient, housebroken and well-behaved? At Pride & Prejudoodles, we offer two training options:
- Three-Month Training: $12,900
- Five-Month Training: $17,900
Puppies enrolled in our training programs spend quality time with a certified trainer who’ll teach them new commands, introduce them to unique environments and modify any bad habits. Once pup training concludes, our team can give you personalized tips designed specifically for your puppy. By investing in intensive puppy training, you’re investing in your dog’s future.
Complete Your Family With a Hand-Picked Puppy
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