Uptown Doodles

Our Promise

All Uptown Doodle dogs live in loving homes with their families. They have been tested and certified according to recommendations by the AKC poodle club of America, GANA, Golden Doodles of North America, the AKC Golden Retriever club of America, the AKC poodle club and Premium Breeders List. We strive to keep in touch with as many of my pups as possible to offer support and collect data that will help me to continue to produce the best possible goldendoodle. All Uptown Doodle pups come with a two year health guarantee. 

General Health Guarantee

You have a 72 hour general health guarantee that your puppy has had all of his/her appropriate vaccinations and any other necessary veterinary attention. I do ask that you take your puppy to be checked by a licensed veterinarian within these 72 hours and schedule your future vaccinations. I will not be responsible for any vet bills. Worms (internal parasites) are common in puppies and I recommend that a stool sample be checked by the vet at all your puppy’s check-ups. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to keep your puppy away from other dogs and public areas until he/she is fully vaccinated as there are many diseases such as Parvo which are deadly to new puppies.

There will be no returns on any a puppy unless you have met the above criteria. If your puppy does become seriously ill within this time, please go to the vet and get a letter of diagnosis to be given to me upon the return of your puppy. No puppy has ever been returned for health or temperament issues. 

Long-Term Health Guarantee

Our puppies come with a guarantee that covers his/her hips and eyes until 24 months of age. If your puppy is diagnosed as having any diagnosed genetic disease, you will be given a full refund and the opportunity to return your pup. You do not have to return the puppy. See contract for further explanation.

This guarantee only applies to the original purchase of the pup. The guarantee is voided if the condition was caused by injuries acquired through training, play, or other activities. Or if the puppy has been neglected, malnourished, or allowed to become obese.

To qualify for a refund, your puppy’s X-rays must be confirmed by a licensed veterinarian who will send a statement to me.