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What am I paying for when purchasing a teddybear goldendoodle puppy?

As a someone interested in purchasing a goldendoodle puppy why would I not want to go with the cheapest dog ? What am I paying for with a high quality dog from a reputable breeder?

1. Health and Genetic Testing: Reputable breeders of high quality goldendoodles will conduct health and genetic testing on their breeding dogs to ensure that they are not passing on any hereditary health issues to their puppies. This can help prevent costly vet bills and heartache in the future.

2. Proper Socialization: High quality breeders will also ensure that their puppies are properly socialized from a young age. This means exposing them to different people, animals, and environments, which can help prevent behavioral issues in the future.

3. Temperament and Personality: A reputable breeder will carefully select their breeding dogs based on their temperament and personality, resulting in puppies with predictable and desirable traits. This can be especially important for families with children or specific lifestyle needs.

4. Support and Guidance: A high quality breeder will provide ongoing support and guidance to their puppy buyers. They will be available to answer any questions and provide resources for training and care, ensuring that the puppy has a smooth transition into their new home. This can be an overview of your puppies schedule, list of supplies that the breeder has been using with your puppy.

5. Health Guarantee: Reputable breeders will often offer a health guarantee for their puppies, providing peace of mind for the buyer. This means that if the puppy develops any genetic health issues, the breeder have a policy which can offer a replacement puppy.

On the other hand, opting for the cheapest and quickest option may result in a puppy with unknown health and behavioral issues. These puppies may come from puppy mills or backyard breeders who prioritize profit over. This can result in people having to pay more money over time because of unforeseen medical situations that have resulted from improper breeding.

Additionally, these puppies may not have received proper socialization or care, leading to potential behavior problems in the future.

In summary, paying for a high quality goldendoodle from a reputable breeder may initially cost more, but it can save you money and heartache in the long run. You are paying for a healthy, well-socialized, and genetically sound puppy, as well as the support and guidance of a responsible breeder.

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