One, who I thnk is totally out priced, (2 year health guarantee) for a toy and mini scnoodle costs $950 total. Their website mentioned nothing about the testing they had done the the parents, so I am not sure about them.
Another seems to be reasonably priced, but they call some of their 'designer poos- cost $750-$850, which comes with a one year health guarantee, and 15 days time to return the pup if it is unhealthy.
I wanted a Havanese, but incase my parents say no (they are very pricy) My families close friends were had 2 of them, and I know that they are mutts, and no behaviour can be guaranteed, she said she wouldn't mind having one of them.
That is way too pricy.I would look on petfinder.com they always have designer dogs on there.I have adopted a schnoodle pup and a cockapoo pup off of there.I also got a scoodle (scottish terrier/poodle) Pup from animal control.she is the best dog and doe snot shed and is a therapy dog.She is very smart.So I would look at that website?Or dogbreedinfo.com they have a rescue page and it has tons of rescues listed.I would never pay more than $400 for a designer dog
About the schnoodle pups and since they have no test proof or anything I would look elsewhere!!!
Try looking into a Bichon Frise or a Toy or Miniature Poodle. Really cute dogs, great temperments if bred correctly, and DO THEY LOVE THEIR PEOPLE.
Because more people breed them, they'll be cheaper. Obviously you want to be a good consumer, checking out the breeder, parental genetic testing, etc. Also, I would never get a dog from a breeder that would not take back a dog. If they don't take their dogs back, run away.
Bichons and Poodles end up in rescue, as well. Puppies are so much work, you might be happier with an adult dog, just be careful to get the right one.