Kayden’s mini goldendoodles, Zane, Zayden, and Zeva are still available. They’re so stinkin’ cute and full of personality. Zelda has been adopted by Dawn and Wes and Zadie has been adopted by Janna and Grayson. Kylie (formerly Zola) will be joining a wonderful guardian home where we hope to add her to our breeding program in a couple years if she passes health testing. We know they’ll all be so loved in their new homes and we look forward to updates from their families and the joy they bring them. Visit the Goldendoodle Puppies page for more info on Zane, Zayden, and Zeva’s temperament info. They’ve been raised with our 2, 4, and 7 yr olds from birth so they’ve been well socialized and handled and are used to children, adults, and other dogs.
Tessa’s puppies are active and bouncing little fluff-balls. They’re so funny, just little clowns, running, playing and definitely finding their voices! I love how their temperaments are developing. Tessa has the most fabulous temperament and is such a nurturing mom. She passes her laid back, intelligent, temperament on to her puppies. One of Tessa’s previous puppies is training to be a therapy dog. We have high hopes for Tessa’s puppies!
Miley’s little peanuts are FINALLY growing, though they look like rats compared to Ellie’s chunky monkeys! They all look SOOO much alike that without looking at the description paper we can’t tell some of the boys apart…mom needs to put colored strings around their neck but that always makes me nervous cause they get their paw caught in it….so maybe nail polish on a different toe…I don’t know!
Potsie has the little white blaze right on the bridge of his nose that is starting to fade. Joanie is the one that is off by herself and goes over to the door and whines and mom makes a noise and she comes running back, she has the flattest coat so she’s easy to spot.
Jenny is the first cream puppy that mom holds up to the camera early on.
At around 3 min into the video both cream puppies are held up right in a row, Richie first, then Jenny.
Fonzie is the one pulling on Potsie’s leg trying to play at around 3:30 into the video.
Ralph has his paws up on mom’s knee and growls at around 3:55 into the video.
Chachi is picked up right after she pets Fonzie….at 4:07 into the video.
Lori-Beth…..looks so much like Ralph but doesn’t have a white spot….ugh!! Mom, get some form of ID for the sextuplet phantoms!
“The Boxcar Children” were so aptly named, they totally fit their roles from the chapter book series. It’s about a four orphaned siblings that stick together and take care of one another, that’s these four too. They always stick close together even when given the opportunity to play with the other litter. They are so funny! And fat little things, I just LOVE it! Jessie is full of adventure, Henry is too, all about exploring and socializing, Violet is more mellow, and Benny a laid back little chunk!
Ellie’s Double Doodles are three weeks old now and just getting active. Chase, the only boy is the biggest. Sophia is the smallest. Rose is the cream girl, and Dorothy and Blanche are the phantom girls. We are excited for the next couple weeks as their personalities begin to emerge.
Piper’s peanuts are growing and LOVE food as you’ll see from the video. Esther is an affectionate little girl. Ruth is a mellow and cuddly girl. Solomon is a social and active boy, always curious. Asher is talkative and cuddly. We look forward to the coming week to ten days as their personalities begin to emerge more.
Tessa’s Boxcar Children are getting adventurous! They’re so cute and I love the variety of color in the litter. They’re the chubbiest, fluffiest, little rolly pollie’s!! Jessie is one chunky monkey! Benny is a mellow fellow. Violet a vocal drama queen. And Henry a social bug. We are looking forward to the next week to ten days as their personalities emerge even more.
The “Happy Days” Litter is getting active and beginning to show a bit of personality and playfulness. Joanie, Jenny, Lori-Beth, Chachi, Fonzie, Potsie, Ralph, and Richie and eating canned food and will move to softened food over the next couple weeks and finally to dry once their teeth are completely in around 6-7 weeks. We are excited about these little sweeties and know they’ll have great temperaments like their mom, dad, and older siblings.