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Daisy is one of Dixie and Einstein’s female pups from July 1, 2009.  The pictures are before and after her clip job.  Daisy is now a Texas doodle, as her family moved there from Calgary about two years ago.  They told us:

Just thought I’d let you know how Daisy is doing. We keep her groomed because of the heat and I have to watch for fleas and ticks more here. She likes chasing the frogs.


The family of Carlos sent us this great picture of him and wrote:

It’s been 1 year since we’ve had Carlos, he is so wonderful, we love him so much! What a good natured, well behaved boy he has become. He loves going for walks, the dog park, swimming and just being with us. We have all gotten such a great connection with him and it just keeps getting better! Thanks so much for picking him for us! Hope things r well with u!


These new pics came in from Carlos and his family, along with this update:

Carlos is doing awesome, we love him sooo much, he loves to walk off leash around the block, dive into the snow, and get cuddles. He’s such a nice boy!!!


Carlos and his new family are getting along very well! They sent us this picture and wrote:

So it’s been 3 weeks now and we all just love him!!! Haven’t had an accident in house for close to a week! He is adjusting so well with us all, learning to fetch, had his needle, kennel cough. We could not imagine not having him, so cute!! Hope you are all well.


Look at the home this pup scored!!!   This is one of Dezi and Einstein’s June 20th. pups that lives on an acreage near Saskatoon.   He swims and then runs around on the grass to dry off….holy lucky dog or what?

Waldo & Olive

These two Fur Fettish Farm Doodles live in Regina with Jimmy and Elizabeth, who, quite obviously, are top notch dog owners that put a lot of time and effort into making Waldo and Olive the best they can be. Olive’s mother, Kloe, is spayed and lives with her family in White City (her new family are all red heads so Kloe fits right into the group).

The picture with them dressed up as Lions is my all time favourite. I sincerely thank Jimmy and Elizabeth for this great update and awesome pictures and I would love to hear how their siblings are doing. When I receive updates I go into my book and share them with buyers who own a sibling, this sometimes results in that buyer sending an update on their Doodle. You can be assured that I never include anyones personal information when I forward. These updates are the wind beneath my wings and are genuinely what keeps me putting one foot in front of the other.

I have been slowly downsizing due to some ongoing health issues but I am going to try to hang in to finish this project that I started, the last of the breeding stock were picked and kept back in 2013, and they will be old enough to breed this year. Waldo and Olive’s family wrote:

Waldo and Olive are doing well. Nothing much new with Waldo, beside being a bit more mature and mellow now. We’re still doing lots of dog sports with him, and I’ve been training him in agility, getting into flyball, and he’s doing pretty good. Olive on the other hand had grown up lots. She was really shy as a pup but we’ve done a lot of work with her, taking her to classes, play, and training, so she had really starting to gain more confidence in herself. It’s kind of funny how the two are so closely related, but could not have been more different in personality. Olive loves to cuddle, Waldo not. Waldo is much more friendly outside of the house, while Olive is more shy, but Waldo is the laid back one at home. Olive follows her big brother around all the time, while Waldo can do without her. We always tell her to “find Waldo” and of course he’s always the first one she looks for and play with. Waldo thinks of her as the annoying little sister, but they love each other. Olive is really good at obedience too, even better than Waldo, so we’ll continue to work on that.


The older dog is Waldo, son of Kamryn and Einstein, born August 20th. 2011 and the pup is Waldo’s little sister, Olive, who is from Kloe and Einstein born July 29th. 2013. These two lucky dogs live in Regina. Their owners wrote:

Just thought I would send you a quick update on Olive and Waldo.

Olive is doing great, adjusting well at home. Her and Waldo have became best of friends. It took Waldo a couple of days to warm up to her, but now they play together all the time. Olive is fun to have around, she’s a lot more playful than Waldo when he was a puppy. It seems like she has more Golden in her while Waldo has more Poodle.

House training is coming along, but she’s not there yet. She had a couple of accidents but generally she’s getting it. She had her 3rd booster last week, and gained about 7 pounds already in three weeks. She is very smart and picks up things really quick. She already knows the sit and stay, and we’re working on the down. It’s a little more challenging to train her compared to Waldo, as to her it’s play time all the time. Her tail is constantly wagging, and I must say she is much more happy go lucky than Waldo ever was, he was always the laid back one.

Waldo will finish his first agility class tomorrow night. i think he found his calling doing agility, and we’ll be doing level 2 after. Olive will begin classes soon too. Judging from how well she learns at home, i think she’ll do great.

Will keep you up to date on their progress, stay warm, will be in touch.


This is Waldo, he was two on the 20th of August, 2013. Waldo is from Kamryn and Einstein….and now he is getting a baby sister from Kloe and Einstein’s July 29th. litter. I have had a few sales from people seeing Waldo and yes they should get commission for passing out my name. Now this is a gorgeous Doodle….even if I do say so myself. Waldo lives in Regina and although I have not seen him since he left me at 8 weeks old, I have certainly heard about him many times. Now I really wish I was not so damn old!

In addition to the pictures, Waldo’s family told us:

As you know Waldo turn 2 yesterday. He’s doing great, and yes we do have lots of comments about him from strangers everywhere we go. We have had people take photos of him when we’re driving, people came up to us asking about him all the time at parks, during walks, at store, people driving in their car stopping in the middle of the road asking about him, everyone seems to love and wanting to pet him, and sounds like some of those people became your client. We were joking the other day at home that he should get part of your puppy sale commission for marketing, kidding of course.

He’s very mellow at home, gets a little excited when people comes to the door, more so with people he knows, but overall he’s great. We haven’t done any classes this summer as puppy school is close for the summer, but he is on the waiting list to try agility.


Waldo’s owners sent us some updated pictures!


This is Waldo. He lives in Regina and is one of Kamryn‘s pups from this last litter. He is about 4 months old now. His owners wrote:

It’s been almost 2 months since Waldo came home with us, and it’s been the busiest and funnest 2 months of our life. Waldo is such a great dog, so loveable and full of life, everyone who see him just can’t get over how cute, soft and well behave he is. Just tonight we finally took him to the dog park, and i’ve never seen a dog so happy just running around, fetching balls and playing with other dogs. As I’m sending this email he’s all tucker out by my feet. He is growing up fast too, almost 30 pounds already. We nickname him the beast or the yellow beast at home…

Waldo is a fast learner. He sits, downs, and fetch and retrieve now, all with just a voice command. Still working on the hand shake, roll over, come and stay on command, but we’ll get there. He’s pretty much house trained, and we don’t have to get up in the middle of the night to let him out anymore. Still has some accidents when he gets too excited from playing, but that’s few and far between. He’ll begin obedience class in January, which i know he’ll finish first in class for sure, if not, first in cutest.

F1 Golden Doodle Litter (Kloe) – Born July 29, 2013

All Kloe’s puppies have now been SOLD!

I just thought before I leave the computer I would send pictures of Kloe and Einstein’s entire litter of eight. They are all spoken for now, we start delivering them on Sept. 26th., it will be quite a chore this time as they are going three different directions, Calgary, Regina and Winnipeg so I am working at coordinating meeting the buyers. This is a very laid back litter of pups and so nice to work with, they are really mellow, come to a whistle, pee and poop in one spot and are really a pack of tail waggers. This is Kloe’s last litter, too bad as she has such nice pups, but she has done her part so is retiring as soon as she weans. Cuteness at it’s best!


There is only one male available now from Kloe and Einstein’s July 29th litter of eight puppies. He is a little fat “gentle Ben” type of pup, he will have two sets of boosters and be dewormed twice, he is booked for the vet check on the 24th and will be ready to go after the 26th. He will be minimal to non shedding, will have a wavy coat and already has a little ‘cock of the walk’ strut when he waddles across the pen.

He is $700 delivered to most places on the Prairies, buyers from further away are welcome to meet me part way, or fly to Regina or Saskatoon to pick him up. I do not ship unattended puppies. For further information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.


Kloe (Golden Retriever) and Einstein (Apricot Standard Poodle) now have only three males available from their July 29th litter of F1 Golden Doodles. This is her final litter, she is now retiring to her forever family for the rest of her years. These pups will be ready to go about the 27th of September when they are a full eight weeks old. They have had their dew claws removed and will have two sets of boosters, be dewormed twice and completely vet checked before leaving my arms and arriving safely into yours.

The price of these pups is $700, including delivery to most places in the Prairie Provinces, further away buyers can meet me part way. They will arrive with a 2 kg. bag of the food they are on (Purina Puppy Chow) and a can of what they get at breakfast, and lots of instructions on how to feed them. They will have their personal toy with them so they have something familiar to make the transition from my home to yours.

For more information or additional pictures please refer to the toy that is with the puppy you are interested in. Call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.


Kloe (Golden Retriever) and Einstein (Apricot Standard Poodle) have 8 beautiful F1 Golden Doodle puppies, born July 29th. There are five males and one female left available. These are minimal to non shedding, they will mature at between 50 and 60 lbs. and be between 21 and 24 inches at the wither (shoulder). They will have two sets of boosters, they will be dewormed twice and completely vet checked before leaving on or after September 27th.

The price is $700, including delivery to most places on the prairies, further away spots can meet me part way. My pups are very well handled and past buyers references speak for themselves about the quality of pups I produce. This is Kloe’s last litter, she will be spayed and go to a new family for her last years….Einstein, however, thinks he is up to the job of producing some awesome pups for a few years.

For more information or pictures of a certain pup, refer to it by the toy that accompanies it in the pictures or call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.


Kloe (Golden Retriever) and Einstein (Apricot Standard Poodle) have had their last litter, Kloe is now retiring from the business of raising beautiful puppies and will be looking for a farm or acreage home with children. Their pups are F1 Golden Doodles and there are eight of them, only males left available. They were born July 29th, so are three weeks old at the taking of this set of pictures. They will be ready September 27th, with two sets of boosters, two dewormings and a complete vet check.

Dew claws are removed. These are very well handled pups and once again Kloe is doing an awesome job of keeping them spic and span clean and fed. They get the tiny ends nipped off their nails weekly and paw massages daily, so they will be bomb proof with foot handling when it comes time to clip. The F1 are classified as minimal to non shedding, this means that if they shed at all it will be very little, not like a full Retriever. The coats on these males will be wavy to loose curly, not tight curly like their dad. There is one darker Apricot and one Blonde, the other two are medium apricot in color.

The price of the pup, $700, includes delivery to most places on the Prairies, if you are further away you can meet me part way. These will be very loyal, gentle natured, clean family dogs that will dazzle you with how quickly they learn and how willing they are to please.

For more information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.


This is Cabo from Calgary, I fully understand that the people that bought these pups didn’t expect them to get as big as they have, I didn’t see that coming either as neither parent is over 90 lbs. This is one of Robyn and Cesar’s females born Feb. 21st. 2013. Robyn weighs 85 lbs. when she is in top shape, she is a little beefy this winter as I have not been well and they only get the run of the farm every second day (they usually get to go every day). Cesar is leggy but weighs 75 lbs. now and will thin out a little by spring as we have started breeding and when he is ‘in love’ he gets into racing shape!

What I do with my dogs ears is: pluck them with a vet forcep that is curved so I can get right down into the canal, then I tip their head and pour hydrogen peroxide into the ear and work the gristle below the ear to get it down the ear canal. If it is infected the peroxide will bubble (and if it there is no infection is remains liquid, just like pouring it on people with an infected cut). I do not put a Q-tip in until I have gotten as much out as I can with a paper towel, and I allow them to shake their head like they do after they have a swim. I twirl the Q-tip one way only, that way I am not pushing anything down into the ear canal, and I only do that after I have the ear as shook out and dry as possible….you will want to do this outside because when they shake they flip it everywhere. My dogs ears are cleaned like this every spring and fall when they are clipped or groomed and nails are done. Last year Debbie had an ear infection that just didn’t want to quit, so I did this three times in one week (which I don’t really recommend) and the third go round I got a dead beetle out of her infected ears….so that was the problem. If you warm the Peroxide a little by placing the bottle into warm water, they really don’t mind it……another note is, Dr. Oz says the shelf life for Hydrogen Peroxide is only 6 months, something that I now watch for.

Only a few of the pups got these blonde highlights, Deeka, who lives in Souris, Manitoba was really blonde tipped when she went but they have not updated me or sent pictures so I don’t know what she looks like now. She also had a woolier coat. The last four pictures are of Deeka when she was 7 months old, I had kept her back to breed but when my health started giving me the gears I offered her for sale to start downsizing my business.

I hope this helps, not only Doug and Sandy but the other Doodle owners. It doesn’t hurt to put ear drops in but the ear should be clean first. Thanks for sending, I am loving seeing my pups (your dogs)! They told us:

She weighs 75 lbs, and has held the same weight for the last year. She does shed quite a bit, however she is groomed every 3 months and brushed once or twice a week. She gets fish oils daily so that helps. We have had some problems with ear infections in the last year. We are changing her food to see if that may be what is causing it. I do clean her ears regularly. I am looking for a new product to clean them with if you have any suggestions. Cabo is very intelligent, and has a very loving demeanour. She loves to run so she is at the off leash dog park every other day and she loves to play with all the other dogs. Although we did not anticipate having such a large dog, she is an amazing addition to our family. I look forward to seeing all her other siblings to compare notes.


Robyn and Cesar’s last litter produced some big pups! They are incredibly beautiful, I have Desta out of this litter for breeding next year and she is an outstanding female with great confirmation and temperament. Cabo’s family wrote:

I thought I would update you on Cabo.

Last month she weighed in at 70 pounds, she is a very loving dog. We too are struggling with the barking, and jumping up, the training is on-going though and hopefully we will soon see some rewards.

Cabo loves our 2 year old grandson, they get along very well, however it is pretty chaotic when they are together.

She is shedding a lot these days, any tips to help with this? Our groomer says she is probably changing from her puppy coat to adult.

She does a lot of tricks as well, very smart puppy. She loves to play fetch, however not great at bringing it back when we are at the park.

Today she is celebrating her birthday at puppy daycare, one of her favourite places, as well as the dog park.

I have attached a couple of pictures of her for you. We will try and get a video to you as well.


This is one of Robyn and Cesar’s females from Feb. 21st. 2013. Her owners wrote:

Cabo is doing really good. We have started puppy classes, she was a maniac the first class, but I am sure things will get better as we go along.

We walk 2 hours a day, morning and night, she is really smart, knows a lot of tricks already. We are working on her not jumping up on people. It has been a challenge so far.

She has some golden streaks on her head nose and feet. Everyone comments on her as being a really neat looking dog.

We are really enjoying having her.


Daxter’s family sent us the following update:

Here is a picture of Daxter. He was just groomed (they cut him way to short). He has the brown in the face but has more grey in the fur. He is a great dog and we love him dearly. He weighs about 36 kilos. He is finishing his second set of obedience classes then we are hoping to start him in fly ball (just for fun). He still thinks he is a lap dog or part cat I am not sure since he lives in a house with three cats.

I must thank you he is one of the best dogs I have ever had.


Daxter is from Krissy and Einstein‘s October 30, 2012 litter.  His owners sent us his photo and told us:

He is attending obedience classes and we are looking at putting him in agility classes.  We have to thank you.  He has blended in perfectly with our family.


People need to be aware of the list of things I have posted that dogs should not ever be given or get into accidentally. This beautiful pup ate a whole bag of raisins on Thursday and almost didn’t make it. This picture was taken at the vet’s with is IV tube still in, and he is still smiling. Please refresh yourselves with the DO NOT eat list. Lucky for Cooper his owner got him to the vet in time. They sent us this update:

I went to visit him yesterday. He was very lively and they said that was a good sign – but they were doing a blood test in the evening. They phoned Adrian. His blood test was perfect and Adrian went to pick him up about 9 last night. I haven’t talked to him since.

The vet said that it was important that Adrian discovered what had happened and went in immediately. She said they can’t induce vomiting if 3 hours have passed. After 3 hours it’s a lot more serious. I put a warning on Facebook telling everyone that raisins are very toxic to dogs and cats apparently.

The vet said that they don’t know what it is in raisins that causes kidney failure. They are trying to discover what it is.

So Cooper, thank goodness is doing great. Adrian says he won’t be buying raisins in future!


Cooper is one of Kayden and Pluto’s pups from June 6th, 2009, so he is 4 now. A lot of people ask to see pictures of what the pup will look like when it is mature so this should be helpful. Cooper’s family is really happy with him!

Zenna & Mojo

We received some new pictures of Mojo and her sidekick Zenna. I have several people that now own two of my Doodles. I love it when my buyers send me pictures like this! Mojo and Zenna live at Lebret, Sask.


This black dog is Zenna, she is from Pluto and Katie’s Feb. 8th. 2007 litter and now she is getting a little brother from Dezi and Einstein’s June 20th, 2013 litter. I have gotten quite a few repeat buyers when they realize what a great dog they got the first time. The new pup is named MoJo and that is who the e-mail is sent to. I love this kind of interaction with my buyers, I know in my heart that my dogs (pups) will have a loving home here! Zenna wrote this to MoJo:

Heh MoJo:

Thought you would like to see pictures of your new family – Zenna is waiting for you to come and play with her. You never know what she will look like depending on the time of year and the groomer she uses, so am sending you a few so you will recognize her. She gets mighty hot in the summer with her black coat and needs a little cut now and then.

Zenna also came from where you were born so you will have a lot in common. Her nose may be a little out of joint when you first get here but not for long as she has been quite lonely here by herself. She likes to walk and has lots of things she wants to show you how to do. We are all looking forward to your arrival.

Will see you soon.


Charlie is one of Winnie and Cesar’s males from their March 3rd. 2013 litter. I have his full sister Della here, she will be bred to have her first litter this spring (with any luck….to Einstein, who is a little short on one end for the job, Della is quite leggy). Although they shed (F1 Labra Doodles do shed, they just don’t shed like a full Lab) and they certainly got bigger than anyone, including me, expected, nobody wants to return the dog. I am very happy with the reports I am getting about these gentle giants, so Winnie and Robyn will be bred the same way this year. At least this time I have a good gauge to go by when telling my buyers how big they will get. This will be my first Doodle into Alaska, I have a few in NWT and the Yukon. Charlie’s family wrote:

I have really enjoyed all the updates from Charlie’s litter-mates! Perfect timing too because he just had his 2nd birthday!

Charlie continues to have a wonderful temperament. He is exactly what I was hoping for in a dog. He is very attached to me (some say too attached) and follows me around everywhere. From what I hear this is a poodle trait. He gets along well with other dogs and people, even children. This spring was his first time staying at a boarding kennel. He did so well that the family taking care of him just let him loose on the farm and he stayed close and played with the kids all day long. He’s been boarded a few times since then and there has never been a problem. Like many of the others mentioned, Charlie does shed. He isn’t allowed on the furniture and I bought a good vacuum cleaner so it’s manageable. He is also a lot bigger than expected. I can’t lift him up anymore to weigh him on the bathroom scale but he was 80 lbs in June when he was last at the vet. I’m quite sure he weighs more now!

Charlie and I will be moving soon! I just got engaged to my boyfriend who lives in Alaska! We will be moving up there before the end of summer. Alaska seems to be a very dog friendly place and I’m sure he will love it up there.


This is Charlie, one of Winnie and Cesar’s 2013 pups, he lives in PA and his family wrote to tell us:

I’ve been meaning to send you an update so here goes! Charlie is the best dog ever!! OK, he’s my first dog but I can’t believe how good he is! He was house trained almost immediately. On the first night he slept right through the night with no bathroom breaks and no accidents and it’s been that way ever since.

His sit is really solid and he fetches well too. His down needs a bit of work though. We’ve been to the dog park a few times and he’s had lots of visits with my friends’ dogs (and kids too). He does well with small and large dogs alike. We’ve been working on jumping in and out of the car and going in and out of the kennel in the car.

Charlie walks REALLY WELL on the leash! (He gets lots of walks and lots of practice on and off leash.) I had him in downtown Saskatoon one day during the Jazz Festival. Of course there were crowds of people and lots of noise and music. He did so well! A stranger even stopped me to ask how I got him to walk so well on the leash. I told her that Charlie was like that from day one and I just reinforce it.

Charlie and I are going camping this week with some friends and I plan on introducing him to the lake. I know he’ll love it! He’s also going to get some practice getting in and out of a canoe too! I should have some good pictures and video to send you after our camping trip.

I can’t believe I deliberated for two years before I got a dog! (But then, of course, I wouldn’t have gotten Charlie!)