Skip the sleepless nights, potty training, jumping, nipping and lack of manners. Purchase a loving, well-behaved, house-broken doodle and receive the adoring companion you’ve been waiting for. Invest upfront, save later and enjoy your young dog so much more! SDT has low shed and non shedding doodles looking to fill your home with love….and good manners.

Level 1

6-8 months of age (on average). These pups come with: House
manners, crate trained, socialized (kids, adults, dogs, environmental),
intermediate on leash obedience (sit, down, stay, heel, come, place, leave
it, off, free, up) under moderate level distractions, introduction to off
leash obedience (not proficient)

Range: $14,000 to $16,000

Level 2

8-12 months of age. Our older pups come with: House manners, crate trained, socialized (kids, adults, dogs, environmental), advanced on leash obedience (sit, down, stay, heel, come, place, leave it, off, free, up), intermediate off-leash obedience. Ability to pass a Canine Good Citizen Test (CGC).

Range: $16,500 to $20,000

Level 3

12-18 months of age. Our young adult dogs come with: House manners, crate trained, socialized (kids, adults, dogs, environmental), advanced on leash obedience (sit, down, stay, heel, right, come, place, leave it, off, free,
up, down in motion, center/inside), control around high-level distractions,
advanced off-leash obedience. Ability to pass multiple levels of the Canine
Good Citizen Test (CGC).

Range: $20,000 to $25,000

Level 4

1.5 to 3 years of age: our level 4 Doodles are placed as working Service
Dogs:

House manners, crate trained, socialized (kids, adults, dogs,
environmental), advanced on leash obedience (sit, down, stay, heel, right,
come, place, leave it, off, free, up, down in motion, center/inside),
control around high-level distractions, advanced off-leash obedience. Will
pass multiple levels of the Canine Good Citizen Test (CGC), task trained
to the individual’s needs, and will pass a public access test.

Range: $35,000 to $45,000

NOTE: some dogs will be listed in multiple categories to highlight their potential. If SDT sees potential in a dog to become a service animal, that dog for example will be listed under multiple categories. Later, when the dog reaches a goal marker, he/she will be moved up and taken off the lower level. We have family dogs that are not suitable for service work, those pups will be listed under pet categories only.