Bringing your Puppy Home


Millie and Riggs. Born 1/25/2021

Until time of pick-up, your puppy is receiving the best of care and getting ready for ther forever home.

Prior to coming home your puppy is receiving…. 
  • Love
  • Attention
  • Age-appropriate immunizations 
  • Subcutaneousmicrochip
  • Deworming
What to Expect at time of pick up…. 


Bringing Home your

New Pet

We all know how stressful it is bringing home a new member to your home, but don’t worry, Woolley Doodles makes the transition from  breeder to your home a little easier with a Puppy Care package. Your package includes toys, a snuggly friend, treats and so much more.

Woolley Doodles Recommendations

Pet Grooming

So often groomers have to shave doodles due to matting, and owners can be frustrated because they don’t know what they’re doing wrong and like their dogs fluffy, and in turn groomers get upset with the breeders for not giving out proper information to the owners when they take home a puppy! This can really hurt the rapport between a groomer and their clients and Woolley Doodles would like to make sure you understand the grooming needs of your doodle prior to bringing them home.

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Open Farm

Woolley Doodles food of choice. It’s important to know what’s going into your pet’s bowl. Open Farm provides meaningful amounts of beneficial ingredients like coconut oil, leafy greens, turmeric and other natural superfoods that help your pet thrive.

Dogs also thrive on quality protein. That’s why every Open Farm recipe starts with meat as the first ingredient. Open Farm meats are raised naturally without any antibiotics or growth hormones and have no artificial flavors, preservatives or fillers. And of course, we only source from third-party verified family farms that employ humane farming practices.

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Dew Claws

Did you know Dew Claws do have a function for the dog? Broadly speaking, dewclaws have at least two different functions:

1. Grasp the ground when the dog is turning to prevent torque on the forelimb.
2. the dewclaw is in touch with the ground. If the dog then needs to turn, the dewclaw actively digs into the ground to stabilize the lower leg and prevent torque. To learn more,

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