Happy Acres Puppies (Halfway, Missouri)

  • 1945 E 408th Rd, Halfway, MO 65663
  • +1 417-445-2359
  • Rated 4.8/5 with 10 verified reviews.
  • Website
  • Monday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Tuesday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Wednesday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Thursday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Friday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Saturday: 6 AM-8 PM
  • Sunday: 6 AM-8 PM

Happy Acres Puppies Customer Reviews Summary

We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!

Happy Acres is a breeder that has received positive reviews from customers who have purchased puppies from them. Customers have praised the breeder for their helpfulness in guiding them to choose the right puppy.

The dogs purchased from Happy Acres have been described as smart, playful, and healthy. The breeders' temperament and the well-kept farm have also been appreciated.

However, one customer has mentioned that their dog, Luna, had some anxiety and peculiarities, and also suffers from seizures, which they suspect may be inherited. While this particular customer would not adopt another dog from this breeder, they acknowledge that there are other happy clients with healthy dogs.

It is advised for potential customers to conduct thorough research before making a decision.

Happy Acres Puppies Reviews

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Tanya Brackley Chapman

Bought Hershey, our labradoodle back in August of 2021and he has turned out to be an amazing dog so far. Excellent temperament and very smart. We had his DNA tested and no health issues. Would definitely recommend Happy Acres for getting a puppy. The owner was very nice to deal with and was happy to show us around.



I bought Clementine my golden retriever in March 2020. She’s going on 5 months and she’s incredibly sweet, very pretty, loves to play, and most importantly healthy. The farm was very well kept.


Manny Reyes

Picture of our Copper doodle 12 weeks old and 2 years old. We got our goldendoodle from happy acres in December 2019 and Allen was a pleasure working with we are in California and we did everything online and by pictures of the puppies before purchasing and Allen was extremely helpful and helping on choosing a pup and the best dog we ever purchased with no problems very smart, playful and was a fast learner we love him with all our heart and he is very spoiled lol would not hesitate to purchase another pup from happy acres again thanks so much Allen!


Madison Squire

We love our sweet Luna, I’ll start with that. She is beautiful, kind, wicked smart, and obedient when she wants to be. She was the last of her siblings to be adopted, and we got her when she was 6 months. I don’t know what happened in those 6 months, but she was extremely terrified of everything for a long time. We’ve had her for 2.5 years now, and she is a very anxious dog with a lot of peculiarities. For example, she was very scared men for a long time, we only recently have made progress in that. She would not walk through any doorway for months (I had to carry her), and she still has issues with doorways at places she is less familiar with. She hides under furniture when possible. There are more of these weird quirks that we work with and she’s getting better at, but almost everyone who meets her asks after observing her if we rescued her from a bad place. It’s strange, because it seemed like an okay place when we picked her up, but we really were only there 30 minutes total. Lastly, our Luna suffers from seizures. Our vet diagnosed them as idiopathic, but said it was likely it was inherited. I’m disappointed in this, since usually breeders are sure to screen their breeding dogs for medical conditions. We are so glad we have her, and she is a perfect addition to our family, but I would not adopt another dog from this breeder. I am happy there seem to be other happy clients and healthy dogs from this breeder, so all I can say is please research as much as you feel you need to before deciding.