I was raised around dogs. My grandmother bred and exhibited Papillons in the 1950’s. I did not appreciate her talent at the time, preferring to give my love and attention to the equine species. However, some of my grandmother must have rubbed off because in 1970 we produced our first litter of quality Golden Retrievers. We were drawn into the art of selecting, breeding and exhibiting this beautiful breed. Nearly 40 years later I met a Goldendoodle. I was hooked. One Goldendoodle lead to two, then three and I was sold.
In 2018 a dear friend told me about a litter she was expecting and suggested I may be interested in a puppy. He litter was out of her pretty Bernedoodle and sired by one of her multi-gen GoldenDoodles.
I asked if the litter would be minis. They were. This turned out to be Sally’s litter.
Sally! The new joy in my life! My ray of pure sunshine! The sweet little girl who spent the first 6 months of her life with me, visiting my husband in the nursing home and later the hospital. The sweet girl who very gently would lie on the beds of residents afflicted by Alzheimers and other illnesses. So gently Sally would snuggle close to those who often shed a tear of joy and memories long past.
Sally is older now, has all her clearances and is now ready to whelp her first litter. She has been bred to an equally sweet, gentle and handsome young boy who also has his clearances. We are looking for puppies on or around February 29/ March 1 2020. There are several openings available. The little ones will be ready for their new homes late April. If you are interested, please feel free to send an email and I will respond as soon as possible