Mini Groodle Breeder

The Step-By-Step Guide To Bringing Home A Mini Groodle

Buying a puppy is a daunting task, and it shouldn’t be taken lightly; after all, you’re welcoming a new member into your family! Although the Puppies Downunder urges families to take their decision to buy a puppy seriously, we also believe that people should have access to support throughout the entire adoption process. As a leading mini groodle breeder, we pride ourselves on being there for our customers from the moment they contact us and support them throughout their dog’s life. We’re here to step you through the purchase and adoption process, so you know exactly what to expect when buying a mini groodle from Puppies Downunder. 

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Why Choose A Mini Groodle Over A Full-Sized Groodle? 

If you’re tossing up between a full-sized groodle or a mini groodle, here are a few things to consider that may help you decide. 

  • Are you limited on space? Groodles are a mix between a poodle and a golden retriever, so they grow to be big dogs. If you live in an apartment or a townhouse, they might be too big to keep indoors. On the other hand, mini groodles are pred with a miniature poodle, so they only grow to be around 35-40cm in height and 10-15kg in weight, which is ideal for apartment living. 

  • Mini groodles tend to live the longest. The average groodle has a life expectancy of around 10-15 years, and mini groodles usually live the longest. 

  • They’re just as intelligent, affectionate, and playful as their full-sized relatives. All the things you love about the groodle are exactly the same in a mini groodle; it just comes in a smaller package. 

  • They stay a little teddy forever. People love groodle puppies because they look like cuddly little teddy bears. The best part about mini groodles is that they stay little! 

A Few Things To Do Before You Buy A Mini Groodle

Before you start searching for a mini groodle for sale, there are a few things you need to check and do to make sure you’re ready for the commitment. 
 

  • Check the budget. A lot of people think the cost of the puppy is the thing they need to budget for, and while it’s the most substantial initial outlay, it’s by no means the only investment you’ll need to make. You’ll need to make room in your budget for all the toys, grooming supplies, and food, as well as regular vet visits, registration fees, insurance, and any amendments you need made to the house to make it puppy-safe. 

  • Make time to bond with your puppy. We suggest taking a week or two off work so you can settle your puppy into its new home. Trust us; you’ll want to spend every moment with your new puppy. 

  • Do some research and planning. If you’ve never raised a puppy before, it’s a good idea to research what to expect and training techniques. You should also read into crate training methods to teach your puppy independence and reduce the chances of anxiety development. If you’ve had experience with training puppies, make sure you brush up on the unique nuances of the mini groodle breed, so you’re ready to hit the ground running. Consider booking your new puppy into puppy school, so they have plenty of opportunities to socialise with other people and dogs as well as learn a few tricks. As a leading mini groodle breeder, the Puppies Downunder team can give you some expert tips and tricks to help you train your mini groodle.

  • Consider registration and insurance. You’ll need to register your puppy once you bring them home, but different councils and districts have different rules for how and when you can register. You should also look through options for insurance policies and choose the best one for your mini groodle and your budget. Remember, the earlier you organise insurance, the better your premiums will be as your dog grows older. 

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How To Buy A Mini Groodle Through Puppies Downunder
 

If you’re ready to take the leap and buy a mini groodle, we’re ready to help you on the journey and introduce you to the newest member of the family. 


 

  • Step 1: Browse our mini groodle puppies for sale. Have a look online to see which litters are currently available for sale and which of our dogs are expecting litters soon. 

  • Step 2: Contact the Puppies Downunder team. We go above and beyond to make sure our puppies go to good homes, so we’ll need to speak to you before buying any of our puppies. We’ll take the time to listen to your needs and provide expert advice on which breed will suit your lifestyle and home. If you already have your heart set on a breed, we’ll give you some tips on how to give your puppy the very best life possible. 

  • Step 3: Pay us a visit. We’ll organise a time with you to visit our facility or Facetime so you can meet the puppies and the parents. The Puppies Downunder team also take this opportunity to fill you in on unique aspects of the puppy’s temperament, shedding, behaviour, and any other information you’ll need to know. 

  • Step 4: Place a deposit. Once you’ve decided which puppy is right for you and your family and the team at Puppies Downunder have made certain that your family, home, and lifestyle fit the puppy, we’ll take a 10% deposit and have you complete our puppy order form. 

  • Step 5: Arrange a pick-up time. You can pick up your puppy 10-14 days after they have been desexed. If you live interstate or are unable to pick up your puppy in person, we can organise a safe courier/transport to deliver your puppy to your door. 

  • Step 6: Get yourself ready. It’s time to make sure you have everything you need to welcome your new mini groodle home. Go over our new puppy checklist and the puppy diet guide, so you’re ready to spend the day bonding with your new family member. 

  • Step 7: Pick up your puppy. This is it! When your mini groodle is ten weeks old, you can pay the remaining balance, pick them up and bring them home! Anytime you need support throughout your puppy’s life, you can contact us. 

Contact Puppies Downunder If You’re Looking For Mini Groodle Puppies For Sale In Australia
 

At Puppies Downunder, the health and wellbeing of our animals is our highest priority. Dogs are our passion, and we dedicate 24 hours a day, seven days a week to their care. We’re the experts in our field, and with over 45 years of experience in breeding, raising, and training dogs, you can rest assured that your puppy is coming from a place dedicated to its enrichment and care. We’re proud to say that Puppies Downunder is one of the only commercial dog breeders approved by the Minister for Agriculture due to our immensely high professionalism and ethical behaviour standards. In fact, we have the highest ethical standards of any dog breeder globally. We offer lifetime support for families adopting puppies from our facility, so you can always feel confident knowing we’re here for you. If you’re looking for an ethical mini groodle breeder, get in touch with the team at Puppies Downunder today. 

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