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F1 Irish Wolfadoodles Shayla/Rally December 2023

Shayla has been bred to Rally. If confirmed pregnant, pups will be born in October and ready to go home in December. We only keep one list at a time with the option to transfer to a newly created list for the next litter. Please let us know after puppies are born if you already know you are going to transfer so we can get the next list started and open up spaces on the current litter.

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2.Brittney M. OK Male

3.Adam S. CO Female

4.David A. CO

5.Michae G. WA Female

6.Kate M. NM Female

7.Stephanie H. CT Female

8.Stef M. CA

9.Anna C. IL

10.Brittany D. WA Male

11.Erin V. CO Male

12.Jayme W. NC Male Transfer


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Deposits are NON REFUNDABLE. Please make sure you are committed to the process and understand the time we put into managing our lists and working with families to keep them all updated and informed. We only book one list at a time with the option to transfer to a future list on choosing day.

Transport options:

1.Ground/car There are several online and we know a guy.

2.Flight Nanny such as SkyPetsLLC or No Puppies Left Behind.

3.Cargo is available through American and Alaska Air. We prefer shipping out of Grand Junction, CO airport.

4.We will meet you in the airport terminal so you can return home with puppy in the cabin with you. Pup plus carrier must be under 20lbs at the time of flight. Southwest, Alaska and Frontier are the most accommodating for pets.

Our closest airport is Grand Junction, CO. Private planes are permitted to fly into Aspen, Rifle or Vail/Eagle.

We will meet you at Denver International Airport for an additional fee. Please coordinate arrival dates with us before you book a flight.

Service Dog Requests:

Many people are in need of canine assistance and we take our placement very seriously. Sadly, we do find that people come to us requesting a service dog because their name will be placed at the top of the list. Keep in mind, service dogs require a lot of your time and training. They need a job and if not given a task they will make their own such as chewing up your couch or barking when left alone. Service dogs need to be with their handler the majority of the day. They are not to be left for hours alone until their owner returns to walk them around the neighborhood. Service dogs need a job and a schedule.

Service dog candidates must provide a letter from their Therapist or Physician outlining the tasks their pup should be willing to learn. They must provide proof their pup has been enrolled in board and train or private training by the time they are 10 weeks old and their trainer needs to contact us before our team evaluates the litter.  Also, service dog qualified pups are matched to the job and owners do not get to choose their puppy.  

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