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Our goldendoodle puppies begin going to their forever homes in just a few more days. We love exposing them to as many different situations as we can. So for this weekend, what better fun for the puppies than a big ol’ pile of sand….

What an adorable friend.

Our big milestones this week included crate training down to two buddies in a crate overnight. The puppies also make it all the way from 10pm to 8am without us. What good puppies.

What adorable puppies.

If there are any specific puppies you are interested in, please click on the links down the right hand side to see them on different weeks and learn more about their personalities.

For this week, we really just wanted to share the fun of our weekend with you.

Pink, Orange and Teal have straight to wavy coats, which gives you that shaggy coat when they are full grown. Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Purple have curly coats. These puppies will shed less, and are better for families where allergies are a concern.

More Puppies

We have another litter of goldendoodle puppies. Coconut had four beautiful puppies that are four weeks old now. Head here to follow their pictures or to see if they would be the right fit for your family.

We also have a litter of poodle puppies. Jasmine had seven beautiful parti poodle puppies that are now five weeks old. Head here to follow their pictures or to see if they would be the right fit for your family.

The puppies all take turns being around in the house with us in pairs of two so that they learn good house manners, and also how to behave around our little children. When separated from the litter, these puppies are easily trained, and an absolute joy to have in our home.

Teal enjoying a good dig in the sand. Goldendoodles by breed are not diggers, but in a fresh pile of sand - who can resist.

It is always nice to be able to give them new exposures to keep them learning, entertained, and challenged.

Simba having a peaceful, reflective moment.

We raise these puppies as though we would keep them ourselves. We treat them how we would want our own puppy to be treated at the breeders. Loved, wanted, cared for.

Our puppies are raised on an all-you-can-eat raw diet, and have pearly white teeth, beautiful coats, and roly poly bellies to show for it.

Purple really is a cuddly puppy. She will love a quiet, gentle home. Especially if she gets to be the family “baby”

Have you ever wondered what we look for in our puppies to match them to their families? Check out Choosing a Puppy to learn more.

Red is such a sweet, mellow soul. She truly is beautiful on the inside and out.

Indigo the teddy bear.

What a great way for Purple to spend a warm, sunny afternoon than lazing around in the sand with her buddies.

The Girls

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