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We believe the key to developing a healthy, rewarding relationship, lies in starting your puppy correctly. This will set the stage for a balanced, lasting relationship and a puppy that can handle transition into his new home and family quickly and easily. We evaluate our puppies’ individual personalities and temperaments, in order to find the best fit our families.

Please read all information below and review our Buyer's Responsibility Agreement and Health Guarantee prior to submitting your puppy application. Once you have submitted your application please text us to go over your application. 


  • Mini Whoodle  20-35 pounds $2200-$2800 

  • Medium/Standard Whoodle  35-50 pounds  $2200-$2800 

  • Goldendoodles Mini/Medium  25-45 and 40-55 pounds $2200-$2800

  • Weight is an estimate not a size guarantee


  • ***CT state sales 6.35 to be added and collected on gotcha day on all purchases, this is a state requirement**


  • *We do not breed Wheatens anymore we have not since 2017


A Spay/Neuter contract is mandatory on all of our pups sold as companion only!!

A $500, non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a pup.  For deposits and final payment we accept Cash, Bank of America Mobil transfer Zelle  or Venmo Personal checks are not accepted. (Deposits are non-refundable NO EXCEPTIONS) You may transfer to another litter 1 TIME within 1 year of the date your deposit was received. If you switch to a different litter you do start over on the new list. To send your deposit with Venmo use @Holly-Deffley, to use Bank of America mobile transfer use my cell number 401-487-4036 to use PayPal go on the page to make deposits and use the link also make sure you add 4%.


We reserve the right to refuse the sale at any time prior to the puppy going home.


We send pictures of our litters at birth, 3-weeks and 6-weeks, Pups go home at 8-9 weeks of age. the puppy pickup schedule is given out at 6 weeks if you can not make your appointment you will have to choose by FaceTime. All summer we have been choosing in person we hope to continue to. if anything changes we will let everyone know. 


All of our Wheaten Terriers have been tested for PLN markers associated with variant gene testing. All poodles have been tested for Degenerative Myelopathy (DM), Neonatal Encephalopathy With Seizures (NEWS),Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration (PRA-PRCD), and von Willebrand Disease Type I (vWDI).

We do not dock tails as it is no longer the breed standard! There is no health benefit to the puppy. Doodles should never have a docked tail! We love and cherish our pups and want nothing but the best for them!

Worms, Coccidia, and Giardia

Our puppies are throughly dewormed at 2, 4, & 6 weeks of age. They are stool checked 2 weeks before they go home for worms, coccidia, and giardia. Even though we test, we ask that you also have your pup tested as soon as you can make your first vet appointment. Some of these things are not always in every poop!! These parasites are very common and are easily treated.


Items included upon purchase:

  • One or two year health guarantee 

  • Puppy folder with paperwork

  • UTD vaccinations and deworming

  • Microchipped

  • Puppy toy with litter scent 

  • Sample of NuVet Vitamins

  • Breeder support



As a breeder I spend a lot of time with the puppies getting to know their personalities. Puppy temperament testing helps me choose the best puppy for the right person or family. I understand that each family is looking for something special and different in a puppy. I plan my litters in advance by talking to each family with their goals in mind. Once I know what you are looking for in a puppy, I can give you information on which puppy might suit your needs. Each famliy does make the final decision on which puppy they choose.


We keep our puppies for 8-9 weeks so that the puppy will have their first vaccinations and a healthy mentality to be the perfect family pet, leaving the litter and mom to early does not give your puppy stability and sound thinking. On Gotcha Day all families will have an appointment to come see the mom (and sometimes dad). We go over all paperwork and medical records. I will give each family their time slot at the 6 week mark, if you cannot make your appointment you will have to choose by picture or FaceTime. Please be on time for your appointment, not early you will have to wait until your scheduled time. If you are late you may have to loose time if there is an appointment immediately following.

**We do not have a public rest room so plan accordingly!!


I recommend you bring a puppy blanket, paper towels, and something to put the puppy in, a basket etc. They usually want to be held, thus a crate is not necessary unless traveling alone. If you are planning to make a stop make sure you bring your leash and harness. Do not worry about food, treats or water until you get home.

NOTE: We reserve the right to withhold any puppy for our breeding program. We reserve the right to refuse to sell a puppy when circumstances indicate it is not in the best interest of the puppy.

Feeding Instructions

 Most fruits and veggies make great snacks for dogs. Make sure they’re safe and washed free of pesticides before you feed them. Stay away from raisins and grapes they are poisonous.


 OUR DOGS AND PUPS ARE EATING Victor Hi-Pro order from

Start your puppy with 1/3-1/2 cup dry food each feeding. Our feed schedule is three times daily, 7AM, 12 noon and 5PM. NuVet vitamin every morning, at first crumble over their food.  If your puppy eats it all and is looking for more, move up to 1/2 a cup each feeding. Continue to gradually increase their food amount. At 3-months they should be eating 1 cup twice daily. Sometimes the first few days are a tough transition so it is always a good idea to have wet puppy food on hand just in case. 


Start out providing 3-4oz of water every 3-4 hours. gradually increase as they get age. No water after 7PM to help your puppy make it thought the night for the first few months. 


By 8-months, you should be able to let your puppy graze as they wish with both food and water.


   *   Dog Crate (30 inch) 

  • Our puppies are eating Victor Hi-Pro for active puppies and adults

  • Create mat, bed (size you would like) after potty trained

  • Puppy gate

  • puppy collar

  • X-pen, possibly 2 (one for inside and outside)

  • NuVet Vitamins (I provide samples and information to order on Gotcha day)

  • Puppy treats I love Wellness soft bites for training

  • Water and Food Dishes

  • Steel Comb & Slicker

  • Puppy blankets and towels

  • Name tag

  • Leash

  • Potty Training Bells

  • Harness for the first 2 months & martingale collar for walking after 4 months of age

  • Nail Clippers & Quik Stop

  • Shampoo I love tropiclean shampoo

  • Seresto collar small dog order from for flea & tick prevention (our only recommendation)

  • Linoleum to protect flooring

  • Poop scooper

  • Pet Insurance!! Trupanion, Embrace, or Pets Best

  • Don’t forget to find a fantastic Vet and an experienced Doodle/Whoodle groomer

  • Lots of Love!

  • Lots of Patience!


Recommended/Required Reading

1. The Other End Of the Leash 

By Patricia  McConnell


2. How To Raise The Perfect Dog Through Puppyhood and Beyond

By Cesar Millan


If you are unable to pick your puppy on gotcha day, we can offer boarding for an extra $25.00 per day. 


Virtual Training Program is also available please see the Virtual Training page or our training website sterling puparatory


S’Wheaten your life is dedicated to raising the healthiest puppy possible for your family. For this reason, we have necessary policies in place for visitors. Parvo is an opportunistic and fatal disease that can infect a puppy in a matter of 24 hrs. It is shed by infected dogs and can live for months on hard surfaces and grass. It is not a disease that affects humans therefore it would be difficult to know whether a member of one of our visiting families was a carrier. There are also many other virus that are very dangerous to babies and mamas. This is simply a risk we will not take with your puppy-to-be.


For this reason we will not allow any visitors who do not have a vested interest in the litter. Also Puppies need to be vaccinated prior. We only extend visitation privileges to families who are picking up their puppy. Thank you for your understanding.

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