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Our Dogs are a loved part of our family. We therefore keep our breeding very limited.
We only raise our puppies in a very loving, comfortable, and healthy
home environment with constant attention.

Our Goldendoodles are first generation hybrids known as F-1's and are a 1st generation crossbreed.
They are 1/2 Golden Retriever and 1/2 Standard Poodle. Each parent is a purebred.
We don't breed 2nd or 3rd generation Goldendoodles.

As Adults our Goldendoodles average 45 - 65 lbs.

Since our Goldendoodles are a first generation cross they exhibit Hybrid Vigor.
This is a phenomenon in animal breeding referring to the fact that the first cross between
two unrelated purebred lines is healthier, and grows better than either parent line.

The hybrid cross between these two parent breeds are terrific family dogs.
Goldendoodles are friendly, intelligent, affectionate and easy to train.

Click here to learn more about Hybrid Vigor.

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THE PERFECT DOG

Named "The Perfect Dog" by Life Magazine October 2004  the Goldendoodle is generally a loving, loyal dog and has a keen sense of smell. They can be taught to enjoy swimming, as both the Retriever and Poodle elements of their heritage normally enjoy water.

Goldendoodles are usually intelligent, friendly, and great with kids, just like their Golden Retriever and Standard Poodle parents. They are generally easy to train, highly social, and by nature are easy with strangers and other dogs. They often love to play, and commonly retain the strong retrieving instincts of the Golden Retriever.

 
 
 

Life Magazine Cover 10/8/2004

The Goldendoodle

An Adult Goldendoodle

 
  The Goldendoodle, like other Poodle cross breeds, was bred to be a very low shedding for individuals who want a dog, but who suffer from allergies to shedding hair or have other problems with excessive shedding. Most first generation Goldendoodles either don't shed or shed lightly, and are compatible for most families with mild to severe allergies or asthma.  

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    NOT A PASSING FAD
Hybrid dogs are dogs first, designs second.
By Roger Sipe

If you think that designer dogs are a fad, and you want to get in on it before it’s over, these dogs aren’t for you.  Dogs, by design or purebred, are by no means a fad.  And if you think there is something extra special about designer dogs, think again.  While hybrid dogs can be healthier  and more intelligent than other dogs; they are not cuddlier; they will not make you hipper; they will not make you cooler.

So what are they and what do they do?

They, like all breeds and types of dogs, are a lifelong commitment that will need your attention and care for the next 10 to possibly 20 years.  In return, they will give you all the love, loyalty and companionship you can handle.

DOGS, DOGS EVERYWHERE

Purebred aficionados look at hybrid dogs and tell potential owners to adopt a dog from the pound because a designer dog is basically a mutt.  But unless you aspire to enter your dog in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, why exactly do you need a purebred?  Nothing guarantees that a purebred dog will make you happier than one that isn’t.

Bloodlines, schmudlines.  Don’t you really just want a good dog that loves and obeys you, makes you laugh, leads a healthy life and thinks you’re the greatest things since cow hoofs?

Purebred, designer, pound puppy, they all have one thing in common. They are all dogs, and they all need love and companionship of a good human,  Some are cute; some are, well, not (only a Chinese Crested owner could find that breed “easy on the eyes”).  Some dogs are rambunctious; some are gentle.  Some like to run; some like to nap.  Some like to eat tennis shoes; some like to eat bugs.

In the end, the type of dog you select is the one that suits you,  Collie people love Collies.  Shih Tzu people love Shih Tzu.  Maybe after doing your research, you’ll find that you're a Cockapoo fan or a Labradoodle enthusiast.  First and foremost, just be sure that you are a dog person.  Once you figure that out, then you might want to investigate some of the designer breeds.  All have different personalities and different lifestyle requirements.  One might be right for you.

If you choose a designer dog, don’t take any guff from purebred owners.  Your Puggle or Yorkipoo will be just as great and priceless in your eyes as their dog is in theirs.  And remember:  Their dogs were once “designer dogs,” too.

   
 
 
 


A DOG'S PLEA

Treat me kindly my beloved friend, for no heart in all the world is more grateful for kindness than the loving heart of me.

Do not break my spirit with a stick, for though I should lick your hand between blows,
your patience and understanding will more quickly teach me the things you would have me learn.

Speak to me often, for your voice is the world's sweetest music,
as you must know by the fierce wagging of my tail when your footstep falls upon my waiting ears.

Please take me inside when it is cold and wet for I am a domesticated animal, no longer accustomed to bitter elements.
I ask no greater glory than the privilege of sitting at your feet beside the hearth.

Keep my pan filled with fresh water, for I cannot tell you when I suffer thirst.
Feed me clean food that I may stay well, to romp and play and do your bidding, to walk by your side,
and stand ready, willing and able to protect you with my life, should you be in danger.

And, my friend, when I am very old, and no longer enjoy good health, hearing and sight, do not make heroic efforts to
keep me going. I am not having any fun. Please see that my trusting life is taken gently. I shall leave this earth knowing
with the last breath I draw that my fate was always safest in your hands.

- Author Unknown 

 
 
 
   
 

 

 
Dogs Are Mans Best Friend

Dogs are believed to be descendants of wild wolves. They are the first wild animal to be tamed. Ancient man most likely brought home cub wolves to raise as pets. The pet wolves we are also useful in driving away bears and other wild animals. One of the oldest known breed of dogs is the Salukis, which were bred by Egyptians thousands of years ago as hunting dogs. Greyhounds and Dalmatians are also among the oldest breeds documented.

Over the centuries, people have found many ways for dogs to be useful. Dogs helped to pull loads, herd cattle and sheep, and guard their master and the masters property. The Ancient Greeks developed tiny lap dogs, which we are meant to be held in a lady's lap to help keep her stomach warm. Bulldogs with huge jaws and short noses we are developed so they could hang onto the throat of a bull and still be able to breathe. In more recent many years, dogs have been trained as seeing eye dogs for the blind. Dogs have also been recruited to work with law enforcement to detect drugs and explosives.

Today many dogs, such as the Poodle or Chihuahua, no longer resemble the wolf. Other dogs, such as the Siberian Husky and the German Shepherd still show a strong resemblance to the wolf. There are many different breeds in existence today, from the short haired Beagle and Boston Terrier to the long haired Cockers and Scotties. The Beagle can be better suited to live in the city, while Setters or Collies can be more relaxed in the country. The tallest dogs are Great Danes and the Irish Wolfhound. They would most definitely be more comfortable in a place where they had a lot of room to run and play.

In the United States, one out of three families owns one or more dogs. Most dogs live anywhere from eight to fifteen months. When dogs are one year old, they are as physically mature as a 15 year old human. Dogs can see some color but not as vividly as humans, thus they are considered color blind. Yet, dogs might see much better in dim light than us. Dogs have us beat in the category of smell, also. Their sense of smell is up to one million times greater than humans!

Regardless of which kind of dog you choose- big, little, smooth haired, shaggy, fast, slow, playful or dignified, dogs build wonderful companions. Enjoy their companionship and remember they need plenty of love, attention, and petting to be happy!