Uptown Doodle pups are priced competitively at $3500, which is around average for Doodle breeders across the country. You’re sure to see dogs going for a bit less or a bit more if you shop around, but please be cautious if you see Labradoodles or Goldendoodles being sold for much, much less than that—those could easily be coming from an inhumane puppy mill.
When possible, we try to match you with your ideal dog from our nearest breeder. However, sometimes it’s just not possible to find an Uptown breeder nearby—in that case, we’re more than happy to ship your pup. Just be aware that the shipping process can be a little stressful for your new friend, so be sure to show him or her some extra love when they arrive.
Our nationwide network of design dog breeders means we have a ton of variety when it comes to puppies. You can pick the perfect puppy based on breed, color, size, temperament, gender, and date wanted.
Yes! That’s half of the fun of choosing an Uptown Puppy. Your dog’s size, gender, coat color, breed, and even your temperament preference are all up to YOU. With that being said, Uptown Puppies is not a puppy mill, and our breeders are committed to ethical, humane breeding practices. That means we can’t guarantee that we’ll have every single puppy trait combination available at all times. If your ideal pooch hasn’t shown up yet, consider joining our waitlist for future litters to arrive.
Our nationwide breeder network means you may live right down the street from one of our Goldendoodle breeders! However, sometimes it’s just not possible to fulfill your request in-state. If we do need to ship your dog from out of state, just be sure to show the little one some extra attention when they arrive—shipping can be a little scary.
Of course! We give our pups names to make it easier for us to keep track of them, but you’re more than welcome to call your new buddy whatever you want. It’s just that having a bunch of dogs running around named “Lily, Buddy and Roscoe” is easier to remember than “Brown 2, Yellow 4 and Parti.”