"We couldn't be happier with our puppy and with the Marshall Family. From day one, we had constant communication (and adorable weekly photo's) of our little Hattie. Alicia is very knowledgeable and attentive about her puppies and you can tell this is a passion and not a business for her. From care packages to the gift basket to the binder with all of the records - she went above and beyond. Our vet said, "This is not your typical breeder."  I cannot say enough about our Bernedoodle and would suggest Alicia Marshall's Highfalutin Furry Babies to anyone interested. Pssssst....we are already thinking of getting another one!"

-Suzi Higgins Curtis, Hanover NH


Adoption includes: 

  • Health Certificate (good for travel anywhere in the U.S. for up to 30 days) by a certified licensed veterinarian.

  • Microchipped (with AKC Reunite)

  • Spay/Neuter contract

  • Lifetime Support 24/7 & Community support

  • OFA certified & genetically health tested parents.

  • 24 month genetic guarantee

  • Frontline/Heartgard starter kit

  • Deworming every 2 weeks

  • Full round of puppy shots

  • A complete "health binder" with all vet records, tips, & extras

  • A receiving blanket with Mommy, Daddy, & siblings scent on it

  • A variety of toys for home

  • Organic Treats

  • Harness & Leash

  • Volhard puppy aptitude test with results.

  • BioSensor puppy stimulation

  • Starter set of pee pee pads

  • Professional photo shoots

  • And MUCH more! Retails of at least $200+

The goal is for you to have everything except a puppy bed and crate from us. That way you won't have to worry about taking your new "furry baby" out to the pet stores and risk exposing him/her to deadly parvo or other multiple diseases lurking. We want to take the worry out of running around and for you and your family to be able to enjoy the first months bonding with your new baby accident free. 


During the 8-9 weeks your furry baby is with us, they are pampered weekly with a full oatmeal bath and blowout. Along side of nails being clipped, the eyes and ears are cleaned and of course professional bi-weekly photo shoots are done. (This is a great keepsake for when grow older).  We like to start them on basic commands such as "sit", "come", "stay".  And have them familiar with the term "lets go potty". We start crate training and use pee pee pads by placing them near the back door where they familiarize themselves and associate that area "to go potty". All the "furry babies" that leave us here are considered pre-spoiled and are able to walk on a leash and harness with no problems. One of the biggest assets that we offer is the socialization that your puppy will receive. Not only do they have exposure to farm animals but the constant interaction with our two family cats, dogs, and most importantly lots of children.  

"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself"