Mountain Spring Farm Doodles (Springville, Alabama)

  • 3584 Hwy 174, Springville, AL 35146
  • +1 205-467-0258
  • Rated 4.3/5 with 12 verified reviews.
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Mountain Spring Farm Doodles Customer Reviews Summary

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This breeder is known for producing amazing dogs that are highly intelligent and have the potential to be therapy dogs. Customers have had exceptional experiences with the staff, from inquiry to the delivery of their new addition.

One customer purchased a mini golden doodle with no health problems and described the dog as sassy and full of energy. Another customer purchased a double doodle puppy with the expectation of less hereditary problems, but unfortunately, their dog has experienced numerous health issues, costing them thousands of dollars in vet bills.

Despite the health problems, the dog is beautiful, soft, and has a wonderful personality. One customer does not recommend buying a dog from this breeder.

Mountain Spring Farm Doodles Reviews

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Laquita Bolton-Tatum

From inquiry to deposit to delivery of my fur baby Mountain Spring Farm Doodles staff were exceptional. My family and I are very happy with our new addition. I highly recommend this breeder.


Wendy Ginn-Noles

My dog Sundae is the best dog! Especially intelligent. He should have been a therapy dog, he alerts me when my blood sugar is at bad levels. I can only say this has to come from his bloodlines. This breeder has amazing dogs.


Jaqueline Coffman

Purchased a mini golden doodle who is now almost 2 years. No health problems. She’s sassy and full of energy.


Jennifer Zeigler

I purchased a double doodle puppy bred to be a medium size (35-50 lbs) dog. I was told none of the puppies had allergy problems and that a double doodle was likely to have less of a chance of developing hereditary problems (like hip dysplasia) than a purebred would.

My dog is now 16 months old and almost 65 pounds. So, ok. I got a big boy. But what is not ok is that from the time I got him home he has had nothing but health problems. UTI as a new puppy, allergies galore, overloaded liver, vitamin deficiencies, and hip dysphasia. As it is he must be on a raw food diet plus multiple supplements to improve and maintain the health I have been fighting to give him for over a year. It’s cost me thousands of dollars at the vet. Definitely more than double the price of a puppy, so far.

On the other hand, he is very beautiful. People stop me all the time and comment on his appearance. They just want to pet him because he’s so soft. He has a wonderful personality and I couldn’t ask for a better dog-buddy.

I do not recommend buying a dog from this breeder.