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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
WE NEVER REQUIRE YOU TO PAY A DEPOSIT JUST TO BE ON THE LIST FOR A PUPPY.

A deposit is accepted
only when all pups in the litter have their eyes opened.  We like to know that all the puppies are healthy
before accepting a deposit for them.   At the time all the pups in the litter have their eyes open, I recommend that you put your
deposit down to let me know that you're serious about your puppy.  Otherwise I will have to consider that puppy still 'for sale'.  It's
hard for me to hold a puppy for several weeks and then the buyer decide they don't want him/her after all.   :-(


You can pick your baby out online or you're very welcome to come on over to pick out and bond with your new little one!  You are
also welcome to come for visits until he/she is ready to go home.  :-)

I'm usually able to meet part of the distance when you pick your puppy up, so that you don't have to drive the whole way.  I can
meet you in either Rush Springs or Chickasha, OK if you're from the OKC/ Edmond area, or in Ardmore, OK, or Bowie, TX if you're
from the Dallas/FW area.  I don't mind doing this, so I do this at NO EXTRA CHARGE to you.  If you would rather come the whole
way, that is perfectly fine, too.   :-)

I ACCEPT CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS OR PAYPAL FOR THE DEPOSIT, BUT AT PICKUP TIME, IT'S CASH ONLY, PLEASE.
Welcome to PuffyPups!!  We're not a kennel... Our dogs are our pets.   Loved and played
with, and part of the family.  Some stay inside, some stay outside, but we don't keep them
locked up.  Puppies are raised INSIDE my house as part of the family with
lots of love and
attention.  They're well socialized with us and our children to make wonderful pets for YOU
and your children or grandchildren.  We're located in south/central (near Duncan)
Oklahoma.  We can usually meet you part way when you pick up your puppy, but you're
also welcome to come to the house if you don't mind making the whole trip.

Contact us by calling 580-467-1876.   Or email me at
donna@puffypups.com

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We mainly raise GOLDENDOODLES and MORKIES, but sometimes we do purebred Yorkies.  We have only the puppies
tha
t I have listed on my site, and I always try to update my site within hours of any change so you know what's available.  

ALL of our puppies are pre-spoiled and raised to be
family pets. They spend most of their time being spoiled and loved on
by children.  Please do not purchase one
of my puppies if you plan on keeping him or her in kennel sitation and used only
for breeding purposes.  My puppies are raised in a VERY social environment with lots of people, and are meant for homes
where they will be loved as much or more than they are loved here.
 I do not have a problem with one of my puppies
being used for breeding when they grow up, but I do have a problem with dogs kept only in kennels, and used only for
selfish purposes.  


I recommend crate training your puppy to housebreak him/her.   We start training our puppies when all puppies in the

litter have their eye open, and usually by the time they go home, they are doing very well.  Puppies that have a
designated area from the time they're very small are much easier to house train!

I get asked a lot which is better... Boys or Girls.  My
opinion is BOYS!  They are usually easier to house train and more
l
oving.  Of course the girls are wonderful, too, they sometimes just require a little more work.  Some people think you
can't dress a boy dog up like you can a female.  Blue bows and blue nail polish look too cute on the little boy doggies!  
Not to mention the fact that boys usually like it better than little girls do!    :-)
Jacob and
Dad. This was
the day before
Jake
graduated
from basic in
April 2010

(He's the son
that is missing
from the above
picture!)
TAKEN AT MY
DAUGHTER'S WEDDING IN
2011, THIS IS THE WHOLE
FAMILY EXCLUDING MY
SON THAT WAS IN THE
MILITARY AT THE TIME.



We gave up on family
pictures years ago, because
it was too hard to get
everyone looking the same
place at the same time.   All I
can say is "THANK YOU
LINDSAY, YOU DID A
GREAT JOB!"