Updated: Dec 20, 2022
These are two of our youngest grandchildren with Willow, the mom of our current litter. As you can see doodles are great with children, particularly when they are hand raised and socialized in a big family with lots of hands, hearts, and love.
Bob and I are home breeders of quality Goldendoodles that are healthy, genetically sound, and have great personalities.
We only breed our females three times or less in their lives so that the generations are strong and healthy.
This litter was born November 27th 2022 to Coda and Willow. You can find their details on the Litters page above. They are raised in our house with the help of our whole neighborhood and family that visit and socialize them throughout their time here.
We have raised dogs all of our lives and have found GoldenDoodles to be such a wonderful breed we wanted to raise them for other families to enjoy. This is our second litter. The last one was with Phebe our other female and Kruz with "Doodle-Li-Dee" breeder Linnie Limar in Lake Stevens. You can also view that brood in Litters menu above.
Why you should have a Goldendoodle?
The Goldendoodle is a perfect family pet.
Because of their very calm demeanor, the Goldendoodle pretty much rolls with the rest of the family, just taking the day in stride. As the Goldendoodle loves to learn, they will feed off of each family member differently, enjoying every second, and you will too!
Goldendoodle coats do require time and attention, but it's easy to manage and maintain a Goldendoodle's coat with regular grooming. Overall, Goldendoodles are low maintenance dogs that are ideal for first time dog owners. (several sources)
The pups will go home at 8 weeks after their births. This gives us time to have them well socialized, they have all had ENS, Early Neurological Sensitivity training, veterinarian well puppy checks, and their first medications for worming and health. We also have had the puppies potty training at our house. They will go home with full packets of information and food to get them started. They will be ready to go home January 29th after all the Christmas mayhem is over. We believe this is perfect timing for your three holiday gift for someone special.
In Caesar Milan's website he writes: Wait until the holidays are over. The holidays are a busy time. So if you are serious about adding to the family, consider doing so when things start to quiet down in January and February. That way, you can have the entire family sit down and discuss everything involved. That way you have time to do your homework, get all the supplies you will need. * https://www.cesarsway.com/why-you-shouldnt-give-puppies-as-gifts-this-christmas/
Christmas: With your deposit for adopting the pup, you get the chance to come pick out YOUR puppy and get a card and photos from us and get to know that particular puppy with weekly emails/texts and picture updates.
This gives you, or that person you are blessing with this friend, time to shop for all the necessities needed to bring a puppy home. If they are a child, you can start training them and talking to them about the equipment and needs of their new buddy.
New Years: Get a special picture and a visit to play in our home with your puppy during the first weeks in January and learn how we start training so you can reinforce the things we have started.
January 16th Martin Luther King Day “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” You can come and take your pup for a walk from this date until the 29th of January when they go home if you like.
January 29th Pick up time and we will send you home with starter food we have used, some special dog treats for Valentine's Day and all the paperwork for your precious friend.
It goes by in a flash!