Sproodles are a cross between an English Springer Spaniel and a Moyen (medium) Poodle. Both the Springer Spaniels and the Moyen Poodle are intelligent, obedient, loving, medium-sized dogs.
My focus is on raising puppies of exceptional health and temperament. Springerdoodles are known for their sweet and playful disposition. Also, their softly curling low-to-no shed coat. Their huggable coat comes in many color variations.
Springerdoodles like to follow their family everywhere, and each one has an insatiable love for life and are very trainable. They love water and can be an eager bird dog.
They are well suited for many working tasks including as a family pet, detection work, emotional support dogs, care center and hospital visits, obedience, and agility.
All in all, these Sproodle puppies are intelligent, inquisitive, quick to learn, very loyal and make excellent companions.
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO LATE WINTER, AND SPRING PUPPIES
What is the adoption process and how much does it cost?
Our puppies are $2800, all colors, male or female
. If you are interested in a puppy, once we have a confirmed breeding. we send an announcement through our website’s puppy announcement group. Sign up with your email to get the latest. If you are ready to commit to a puppy fill out the form below or call me directly.
I will begin taking deposits on puppies once the expected litter is posted.
Because of the Covid 19 SITUATION preference will be given to those able to pick up their puppies.
AT THIS TIME THERE IS NO SHIPPING OF PUPPIES
I will do my best to accommodate those who live farther, or need to travel. We will try to deliver or meet families when possible.
Millie and Guthrie
Expecting Jan 30th
Pick 1- Bergstrom family
Pick 2- Engstrom family
Pick 3- Mangers family
Pick 4- Cook family
Pick 5 - Blakely Family
Pick 6 -Hunt Family
Pick 7- Available
Minnihaha and Guthrie
Expecting Feb 12
pick 1- Wilhite family
pick 2- Sipe family
pick 3- Paul family
pick 4- Scuberth family
pick 5- Holleman family
pick 6- Courland Family
Spring puppies ( Early Spring)
Cass & Marshal due 2/26
This litter will keep a Natural Tail
1. Lambert family
2. Kokesh Family
3. Mercer Family
4. Hepp Family
5. Hepp Family
6. Redson Family
Allie & Gus due 3/3
1. Proudt family
Pepin & Ely due 3/8
1. Koepke family
Gallery of Past Puppies
Please be aware that the online puppy scammers are hard at work attempting to steal your money and sell you a puppy that doesn't even exist.
I will never sell a puppy without talking to you in person or on the phone. I also do not take payment through a click to buy option on my web
What is a Puppy Scam?
Puppy scammers post fake litters online or pretend to be someone they’re not (usually an existing breeder) to take advantage of puppy sales (sans the puppies.) This means that if you aren’t careful, you could find the perfect puppy, send the ‘breeder’ your money, and never receive a puppy or any follow-up communication in return.
While many times these fake listings appear on websites like Craigslist, some scammers find ways to position themselves as reputable breeders by stealing personal info from them.
Luckily, it’s easy to know what to look for to ensure your puppy buying experience is both safe and enjoyable.
What are the Red Flags?
No phone calls. The seller prefers to handle communication by email and not the phone. A reputable breeder will always communicate with you via phone or video chat (if not in person) before selling you a puppy. Fraudulent sellers are oftentimes outside of the U.S. and may be hiding their phone number by only communicating by email.
Copycat or stock photos. Photos of the dog or ad text can be found on multiple websites. Search for the text in the listing to see if the seller copied and pasted it from another site.
Sketchy payment. The seller asks for wiring of money or payment by gift cards. Be aware that if you choose a non-secure method of payment, it is highly unlikely that you will get your money back.
Price is too good to be true. Research the prices for the breed you are considering ahead of time. Well-bred dogs sold at deeply discounted prices are typically frauds.