:: Golden Retriever - Petite Goldendoodle
|We have Petite GoldenDoodle litters planned for summer/fall of 2013!
Two sizes expected; small(25 lbs) and medium(35 lbs).
Reds, golds and creams!
Wait lists open for reds and golds. Creams are closed until puppies come.
|We offer a two-year genetic guarantee against crippling dysplasia and other defects. Our adults are DNA tested to ensure that puppies will not inherit genetic defects common in the Golden Retriever, Cocker Spaniel and Poodle.
Neurological and tactile stimulation is practiced here. We have toys, climbing equipment, tunnels and mentally stimulating exercises for our puppies. They get to scratch on interesting surfaces and smell some wonderful stuff. They paint with their own paws and make sounds on pianos and playpads. They watch TV and listen to music and we let them use their own voices to talk to us. In addition, we talk to them on a regular basis. We use phrases like “go potty” and “no bite” and “leave it”.
|We believe that our wait list families deserve a chance to bond early and often with their puppy. That's why we create movies for them weekly and post information on our forum as they grow. We take a lot of pictures that can be copied from the website for their enjoyment and we welcome them to help us socialize our puppies and learn about their care.
We are always learning better ways to grow our puppies by studying the latest information on dog care, including; worming, preventing infections, better breeding and training methods.
By the time your puppy goes home, he'll have been wormed often and in a rotation and had one vaccine.
He'll have a good idea of where he's supposed to potty, making it easier to potty train him.
He'll understand that you are communicating with him and will often look up at you while you're talking.
He's better prepared for staying alone and more confident in life with our training program and rotations.
He's healthier and less prone to allergies and later infections, as we've fed his mother well, not only while she's nursing but before he's born-or even conceived!
He'll be temperament tested to help his family create an effective training program for him and will always be a part of a loving, growing family.
|We begin training on newspaper at 3-4 weeks old and use a collar and leash at 6-7 weeks. They will experience at least 1 long car ride while here.
We recommend and use the crating method with our puppies.