The website uses the words “adopt” and “adoption” when you are actually buying the puppy and shelling out thousands to do so. The day you pay for the dog is called “adoption day” maybe to make you feel good about the transaction of paying thousands of dollars for an animal you have never met and are not allowed to see where it was born but will have for 15 plus years.
As stated on their website, the costs of their puppies’ range in the $2,500-$4,000 which does not include the extra costs and delivery charges. Speaking of delivery, they will ship a puppy by ground delivery or flight nanny anywhere is the contiguous United States. We consider the shipping and delivery of puppies in these manners red flags.
Crockett Doodles will let you pick up your puppy in person at a pickup “location,” but you are not allowed to go to the breeder’s “home” and meet the mother dog or see where your puppy was born. All what we consider huge red flags. In fact, we asked specific questions about the breeding dogs, how old and how many litters and they would not tell us anything. They decide which dog to match you up with from the checklist submitted by you the interested puppy buyer. They then send you a match and you decide from a picture if you will accept it.
We do not recommend buying a puppy based off a picture ever and we never recommend buying a puppy from a website. BestBerneDoodles.com and CrockettDoodles.com websites are no exception.
We do not recommend buying a puppy from BestBerneDoodles.com because you are actually buying the puppy from Crockettdoodles.com There is no transparency about the breeder or where your puppy is actually coming from. There are too many red flags, and you might be supporting cruelty.
Please contact us if you have more questions about BestBerneDoodles.com or would like to report a sick puppy.