Available Dogs

There are no dogs available at this time, but this list is updated regularly as puppies are reserved. If you would like to get on our waiting list contact Greg Bellew at info@uberdogtraining.com

Our fully trained Golden Retriever, Australian Shepherd & Goldendoodle puppies for sale are family companion dogs (if your have another breed request, we have connections with various reputable breeders in the area we can find the right dog for you) that will make an excellent addition to your home. We do not believe in cookie-cutter dog training. Each puppy is hand-picked for temperament from high-quality AKC registered bloodlines from Season’s Gold, Copperfields GoldensJennaLee Doodles, and Tanglewood Goldens.. Our goal is to meet our customers’ needs and provide the highest quality of training for each individual puppy.

The parents of our trained puppies are OFA certified for hips, eyes and elbows. Your new pup will be current on the following: Rabies, Distemper combo (including Leptospirosis), Heartworm preventative, and flea/tick protection. Our companion dog training covers behavior and social skills with people and other dogs, crate training, and obedience. The obedience training covers all commands on and off-leash, as well as an introduction to basic agility training, which builds self-confidence. Training starts when our puppies are 6 weeks old. They go through a thorough training regiment 7 days a week, and graduate the family companion program at 18 weeks of age, when they will be ready to interface with their new owners. Cost of a trained puppy is $9,500.00. All trained puppies come with a go home package which includes a Pro-Educator 900 collar set, a long line, mendotta leash, treat pouch and dog food. Listed below are the commands that we cover.


HEEL – walking nicely with loose lead on left side of handler
AUTO-SIT – while on Heel command, dog will automatically sit on the left side when handler comes to a stop
AUTO-STAY – after auto-sit, dog will automatically stay until commanded to move, or released off of command
WALK AWAY – handler leaves dog while on command
FOCUS – dog looks at handler
HERE– recall to handler, come to front position and sit
FINISH (HEEL) – dog moves from center position to the right behind the handler and auto-sits on handler’s left side
FREE SIT – dog sits on command, usually from free mode
DOWN – lie down. Extended down/stays are expected 30+ minutes
FREE – release command, dog is free to do as they please
QUIET – stop barking, whining etc
OFF – do not jump (on people, furniture, etc), no biting, stop eating things you’re not supposed to. Stop any unwanted behavior.
OUT – dog should drop toy on command
DOOR MANNERS – waits at door.
GOOD! – praise and reward
NOPE! – that’s not what I want
PLACE – go to a certain spot (bed, car, crate…etc)

There is no such thing as a robotic dog. This means that having a well-trained dog requires consistent reinforcement of commands and good behavior. It is imperative that you, as the new dog owner(s), continue to exercise your new family member daily, as well as routine obedience workouts 3-4 times a week, and always follow up on your commands. Because of the amount of training already done with our dogs, this will be relatively easy for you to accomplish. Without this maintenance of your dog’s training and behavior, the solid foundation that you started with can slip, and regression in training will occur. It is much easier to maintain your dog’s level of training than to retrain a dog once it has regressed. We will give you a solid well-trained puppy/dog, and everything you need to maintain it. On your scheduled pick-up day, you and your family will spend the day at our facility interfacing with your new best friend, learning how to work with and train your dog. Our goal is for you to acquire a high level of comfort and confidence in your skills with our K-9/handler interfacing program, and we will work with you until this is achieved. Upon completion of this program,  you will receive a 6 ft lead and training collar. You will be taking home a high quality pup with everything done for you: crate-trained, current on vaccinations for the next year, and obedience trained; a calm, well-behaved dog ready to be integrated into your family. All you have to do is keep up with your pup’s preventative health care (monthly heartworm and flea/tick treatments, yearly vaccinations) and maintain and strengthen the foundation that we built for you. These pups are sold with Limited AKC registration only. They are not to be bred. We highly recommend getting your pup spayed or neutered between 10 and 12 months of age. You can always count on us for any follow-up help or questions you may have.

If you are interested in one of the above listed dogs contact Greg Bellew for more information: info@uberdgotraining.com. If there is a rescue, shelter or breeder you are interested in getting a dog from other than a Golden Retriever or Australian Shepherd, and are interested in having it trained before adding to your family, please contact us for more information.