Home Phone Mobile Email * Desired Litter Personal Information What type of yard do you have? * Fenced Yard Invisible fence Unfenced No yard Do you own or rent your home? * Choose One Own Rent What type of home do you live in? * Choose one Single-Family Townhome Apartment Do you have children living in your home? Does anyone in your home have allergies? Will this be your first dog? Nearest Emergency After-Hours Vet. Is there anyone in your home that does not want a puppy? Is anyone in your home elderly or disabled? Will this puppy be a surprise or a gift? Have you ever given up a pet (either sold or given away)? Are you aware of a doodle's unique grooming needs? Preferences What sex would you prefer? Male Female No Preference Do you have a color preference? Do you have a coat preference? Choose one Wool Fleece None What are the three most important qualities that you are looking for in a puppy?
Please note that while your preferences will most certainly be considered, the litters conceived will dictate what is available. Puppy allocations are primarily based firstly on temperament; therefore, we cannot guarantee that all of your preferences will be available; however, we will make every attempt to fulfill your requests.
Raising a puppy to be a great dog is a wonderful and incredibly rewarding experience. However, the road to a great canine companion can be challenging and inconvenient at times. As the health and happiness of our puppies is of the utmost importance to us, the following questions are designed to help you think about some of the responsibilities of pet ownership.
Have you ever raised a puppy? Who will be the primary caregiver for the puppy? Are you prepared to invest the time and assume the responsibility required to raise a puppy? Are you willing to commit to veterinary care for the life of your dog? Will you crate train your puppy? Will you commit to attending obedience training classes to properly socialize and train your puppy? Do you have a training facility identified? Will your puppy be alone during the day? Do you have someone who can take the puppy out frequently during the day? Where will the puppy be kept during the day? A dog should not be crated longer than 6 hours (puppies, very much less), are you committed to providing a break for your dog…i.e. dog walker/exerciser if you find this to be the case? Do you understand that a puppy will need very frequent potty breaks during the day and even late at night? Do you commit to feed your dog a high quality dog food rather than grocery store quality food? Have you examined the cost of dog ownership, food, grooming and vet care etc? Do you understand that if at any time you cannot keep your Cornerstone puppy, you are not to release them to a Humane Society or an Animal Shelter?
Instead, you must contact us for help with rehoming.
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I certify that the information provided on this form is true and correct. I am financially and physically able to care for this dog. I understand that proper food and veterinarian care can be costly and I am able to meet these requirements. I understand that this puppy is being placed as a pet, the spay/neuter surgery will be completed by 8 months from date of birth. By signing below, I acknowledge that I have completely read this questionnaire, will comply and comprehend it fully.
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Understanding our allocation process: Cornerstone Labradoodle puppies are not man made, they are made by Mother Nature and God. We take into consideration your preferences in color and gender, however our puppies will be placed primarily on temperament, allergy concerns, personality and disposition. We will take into consideration your family’s energy level and individual needs. When the puppies are 6-7 weeks old Cornerstone Labradoodles will select your puppy, a puppy’s color and gender are secondary. Placing and matching a puppy with it’s forever family is of utmost importance to us.
I have read and understand the allocation process. *