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Frequently Asked Questions

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To reserve a pup, you would need to make a $450 deposit for us to hold them for you until you are ready to bring your new pup home. This deposit will be deducted from the full price of the pup, and is non-refundable.

The cost to transport your pup is $450. This is covered by the deposit you make. It covers air fare, health certificate and the crate that will be used.

Yes, definitely! Just set an appointment with us and come and meet, play and cuddle your future pup!

For our miniature breeds, we give then NutriSource Small and Medium Breed Puppy Food. For standard-size breeds we give them NutriSource Large Breed Puppy Food.

The pups are given Pryantel Pamoate by Columbia Laboratories every 2 weeks from the day they were born. This is a dewormer and their doses are dependent on their weight.

On their 6th and 8th week, the pups will get a Nobivac Canine 1-DAPPvL2, a vaccine designed to prevent Distemper, Adenovirus Types 1 & 2, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, and Leptospirosis.

Upon getting your pup, be sure to schedule a vet visit with your preferred vet within the first 5 days for their health guarantee to be validated. You will also need to prepare chew toys, bowls for food and water, and a nice bed for them to sleep in. We also recommend to have them take puppy classes to get proper training.

To ensure that you have the best pups, all our parent dogs are registered under the AKC or CKC. 

We want to make sure all our dogs have the best lives. To make sure that each mama dog gets enough love, we limit the amount of mama dogs we keep on our property. We have some mamas living as a member of another home, with a family we screen. The family we choose goes through a thorough assessment before approve them. Rafter E Pups reserves the right to check on our mama dogs without prior notice to make sure that they are well taken care of. We are in constant communication with the family and we regularly check on the mama dogs too. When the mama dogs are bred and pregnant, they live on our properties up until their pups are completely weaned. After the pups reach 8 weeks, the mama dogs go back to their guardian homes. 

Yes, have a tie-up with Paypal credit. Check out the financing page for more details on this.

We have several payment methods; we accept cash upon pick up only, debit card payments, credit card payments, bank transfer, PayPal, or Venmo. A fee of 2.9% + 0.30c will be added to you invoice when you choose the credit card option. Payments through Venmo have no transaction fees. 

Dog Breeds

The combination of a Cocker Spaniel and a Miniature Poodle produces the most popular size, the Mini Cockapoo. Their ideal 13-to-25-pound size range make for wonderful family pets; however, their personalities are appealing to everyone. Coat colors and appearance vary and are dependent on the parent genes. 

Mini Aussiedoodles are a beautiful blend of a Mini Australian Shepherd and a Mini Poodle. They typically weigh between 20- 35lbs. Their color and coat can vary considerably depending on the attributes of their purebred parents, however, all Aussiedoodles share an all-around exceptionally charming and lovable quality. They are very active, and they love running and playing. Considered as one of the ideal family dog breeds, mini aussiedoodles love to be around people.

An F1 is a 50/50 mix between the two pure breeds. F1B is a 75/25 mix of one purebred parent, (the Miniature Poodle 75%) and one crossbred parent, (the Mini Aussiedoodle 25%.)

Mini Goldendoodle Mini Goldendoodle

The Miniature, or Mini, Goldendoodle is an adorable 50/50 combination of the Golden Retriever and Miniature Poodle. These sweet-as-can-be and playful pups are the quintessential family dog. They are very smart and sociable and thrive in homes where they can spend lots of time with their humans or other pets, cuddling, playing, and learning new tricks.

Mini Goldendoodles are highly trainable and make great therapy or service dogs or emotional support animals. Their soft, usually curly or wavy coat comes in all kinds of colors: cream, golden, chocolate, or black. Like the Poodle, these dogs shed very little. Mini Goldendoodles grow to between 15-30lbs (7-13kg) on average.