Posted on | June 7, 2010 | 1 Comment
This question has been asked of me a couple of times now, so I will try and answer with my own experience.
We paid £350 each for our two Jackadoodles. When we were researching breeds we had a choice, go south, to Manchester and pay £800, or go north to Carlisle and pay the amount we did. The answer was simple.
Personally I would say that £350 is probably spot on the money, because when it comes down to it, it is a crossbreed and cannot be classed as a pedigree dog. However, what I would say is that although there is a monetry value placed on it, and there should be (Breeders costs, time, patience, etc), our two little boys are priceless. They are brilliant. Joyful. Friendly. Giving.
So, however much you pay for your Jackadoodles, or indeed any dog, it doesnt really matter.