Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Labragotto?

A Labragotto is a Labrador Retriever and a Lagotto Romagnolo cross. For more info, please see our article introducing this cross Labradoodle Reinvented – The Labragotto.

What is a Lagotto Romagnolo?

The Lagotto Romagnolo is a breed from Italy which is commonly known for their truffle hunting skills. They are one of the predecessors of the Poodle and have the same non-shedding coat. Click here to read more information on the Lagotto Romagnolo.

What is a Bernotto?

A Bernotto is a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Lagotto Romagnolo cross. For more info, please see our article introducing this cross What is a Bernotto?

Are you a reputable breeder?

Yes, we use ethical breeding practices and are not a puppy mill. Our dams are given the best in-home care and are dearly loved as family members by us and our children. We have genetically tested and OFA cleared all of our dogs, and routinely have vet visits to ensure their optimum health. For more information, please visit our About Us page.

How do I move forward with getting a puppy?

Please fill out a Puppy Application and then we will contact you to set up a visit or video call so you can meet the puppies. Additionally, we are more than happy to receive text messages on FB, phone calls at our business number, messages from our Contact Us page, or emails at SweetPinePuppies@gmail.com for more information or questions. Once your deposit is made, your puppy is reserved!

What can we expect when we pick up our puppy?

Puppies will go home after they are 8 weeks old, have been fully weaned doing well on solid food, and have passed a vet check. When you come to pick up your puppy, we will have a go-home goodie bag for you. This is a canvas bag with about 2 days of food, a blanket with their mother’s scent, a folder with helpful articles and tips on house training puppies and how to handle common questions and situations with introducing puppies to their new home, their microchip registration papers, their litter registration papers (birth certificate etc), their well-puppy visit vet paperwork, a collar and leash set, doggie waste bags and a piddle pad (for the car ride home). We will also show you the training we have started the puppies on and answer any questions.