Our Momma’s

Minnie our 25 pound Bernedoodle.


Molly standard size Bernedoodle. Chocolate Tri. Sister of Gia.


Gia, Standard size sable bernedoodle. Molly’s sister


Quinn, Mini Tri parti Bernedoodle. 25 pounds


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Luna F1 Labradoodle. Health tested clear. OFA Hips: Good. Elbows: Normal
Nala F1 Labradoodle. Health tested clear. OFA HIPS Good, elbows: normal

Bella(Ellie) AKC poodle. Chocolate phantom abstract


Chloe AKC Parti Standard poodle


Jazzy. F1b mini labradoodle. Merle


Millie, F1b mini bernedoodles. Sister of Thor. Daughter of Sophie.


Ruby-F1 labradoodle. Daughter of our Bailey and Bull (She’s shaved in this picture)

Our Studs

Maceo

Moyen 35 pound AKC Poodle


Thore

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F1b Mini Bernedoodle: Thor comes from our AKC standard poodle Sophie from health tested lines. Sophie’s pedigree includes KitSue lines. DOB: 12/25/2018 43 pounds


Ryder


Marley82110 F1b Mini Goldendoodle (15 pounds).

Deposit & Payment Information

Payment methods: Cash, Cashapp, square invoice or PayPal.

Reserve Your Puppy

Payment policies

  • Before litters are born you can reserve by placing a non refundable reservation fee. to be placed on our waiting list. Picks are given in the order I receive your deposits. All reservation fee’s are non refundable but are transferable to any litter within two years of deposit.
  • I accept all major credit cards/debit cards, cash, paypal and Cashapp ($Slake236)
  • You may place a reservation fee down, or make a payment on a pup using the PayPal Link above on this page. Or I can invoice you directly. Please complete a puppy application before placing a deposit.
  • Please no Checks for final payment.
  • Puppies can be picked up when they are 7-8 weeks old –closer to 8 weeks, but okay a couple days earlier depending on your schedule is okay. The Puppy will need to be paid in full at time of pick up. Your balance must be paid in full by 8 weeks, even if I am keeping the pup a little longer for you.
  • If your little angel needs to be delivered please contact for more information. We will deliver personally as well for a additional fee. Typically the puppy nanny (Hired service) is anywhere from $475-675, rate are subject to change.

How does our waiting list work?

We’ve recently decided to do a main waiting list vs waiting list per female. The original reservations will remain as listed below; they are families who reserved in our old process. So to be far to everyone we made no changes to those on our prior list. The families on the new waiting list will be given the option to pick a puppy from the litter with available puppies once they are born. We will reach out to via email or phone listed on your puppy application and you have 72 hours to get back to us! If you do not respond we will move onto the next family assuming you are not interested in the litter offered. If you have committed to a litter and decide to back-out; it must be done before puppies are 4 weeks of age in order to transfer to a future litter; otherwise your reservation fee is non-refundable. Your reservation fee will be held for 2 years. After the 2 years we will assume your are no longer interested in getting a puppy. If you’ve placed a deposit and do not see your name listed, please reach out and inform us. Thank you!


The BIG DAY!!!

When you come to pick up your little Angel he or she will be ready to go! They will have had a nice bath and blow dry so they will be ready to cuddle!! If you haven’t picked up food, let me know and I will give you some to get you started. If you still have a balance due, it must be paid in full before picking up your puppy, or you may bring cash on the day of pick-up. If you prefer to use a credit card, Cashapp, or PayPal, please make us aware that is how your paying at pickup.

Grooming

Coat Color And Grooming

Although a doodle can have one of a range of coat types, the desired length is 4 to 6 inches. She has a single coat with hair ranging from straight to loose curls. The curls shouldn’t be tight and the coat shouldn’t be thick or fluffy.

There are three types of texture:

  • The Hair coat, which is similar to fur in shedding breeds, is the least popular. Hair coats shed and usually have a normal doggy odor. This coat is seen in first generations, although breeders try to avoid it.
  • The second texture, called a Wool coat, is dense and similar in feel to a lamb’s wool, hence its descriptive name. Wool coats hang in loose curls and aren’t dense. Generally, the Wool coat doesn’t have a “doggy” odor and it’s usually nonshedding.
  • The Fleece coat has a silky texture often described as an Angora goat texture. This coat ranges from straight to wavy.

Doodles are considered to be non- to low shedders, especially those with a Fleece or Wool coat. Hair coats tend to shed just as they do in other breeds, ranging from very low to average shedding.

The Doodle comes in a wide variety of colors. These can be gold, apricot, caramel, chalk (a chalky white), black, red, café, cream, silver, chocolate, parchment, and blue. They can also have parti-colored coats, which consist of brindles, phantom, patched, or sable colors.

Grooming requirements vary depending on the length and type of coat the dog has. Generally speaking, you can expect to brush a Doodle about once or twice per week. Some can be clipped or trimmed every six to eight weeks to keep the coat easy to maintain. A Doodle should only be bathed when necessary–which isn’t often, as many of the coats don’t have a noticeable doggy odor.

Like Labs, and poodles a doodles can be prone to ear infections, so take a little extra time caring for their ears. Dry and clean them after a swim, and check them once a week for dirt, redness, or a bad odor that can indicate an infection. Then wipe them out weekly with a cotton ball dampened with gentle, pH-balanced ear cleaner to prevent problems.

Brush your Labradoodle’s teeth at least two or three times a week to remove tartar buildup and the bacteria that lurk inside it. Daily brushing is even better if you want to prevent gum disease and bad breath.

Trim nails once or twice a month if your dog doesn’t wear them down naturally to prevent painful tears and other problems. If you can hear them clicking on the floor, they’re too long. Dog toenails have blood vessels in them, and if you cut too far you can cause bleeding–and your dog may not cooperate the next time she sees the nail clippers come out. So, if you’re not experienced trimming dog nails, ask a vet or groomer for pointers.

Begin accustoming your dog to being brushed and examined when she’s a puppy. Handle her paws frequently–dogs are touchy about their feet–and look inside her mouth. Make grooming a positive experience filled with praise and rewards, and you’ll lay the groundwork for easy veterinary exams and other handling when he’s an adult.

As you groom, check for sores, rashes, or signs of infection such as redness, tenderness, or inflammation on the skin, in the nose, mouth, and eyes, and on the feet. Eyes should be clear, with no redness or discharge. Your careful weekly exam will help you spot potential health problems early.

 

 

 

 

Coat Type

Curly/wooly coat has the feel of the poodles coat with a looser curl, non shedding!

Fleece coat –has a fluffy, shaggy appearance with a loose wave.   Fleece coats have a distinct soft fleecy ‘feel’ like no other dog coat.  This coat is what the Labradoodle is famous for. non shedding!

Straight/Wispy coat – looks more like a Labrador’s coat from a distance. When you get a closer look you will notice their hair is longer and with a little wave. This coat type will probably shed a little, however it is low maintenance. The easiest coat type to care for!

The curly or fleecy coats will be longer and will need grooming, brushing, and trimming often.