Charlie

Charlie lives in Calgary and is one of Katie and Pluto’s pups. He was born February 8, 2007. When this man bought Charlie he was single (the man, not the pup) and it looks like both he and Charlie are family men now. How awesome is this. It thrills me to see where my dogs have gone and how well they are doing, Charlie is obviously become a valued member of this family! Charlie’s family wrote:

Thanks for the note – it is always nice to hear from you and to know that you care about your dogs. Charlie is almost 7 – next month, and he has always been a great dog. He has developed into a great family dog and he now has a 3 year human brother and a 9 month old human sister. The 3 year old and him are best buds and they are always playing and chasing each other – it helps when our 3 year old has dog treats in his hand! And our daughter loves feeding Charlie from her high chair – we love having him clean up after her.

F1B Golden Doodle Litter (Doe Dee) – Born August 20, 2013

All Doe Dee’s puppies have now been SOLD!

Doe Dee (F1 Golden Doodle) and Cesar ( Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle) now have only two F1B Golden Doodle females and three males available. These pups are now starting to change color, they will not stay black but will be a beautiful ‘shotgun gray’ with gold, silver and gray hairs throughout their coat, making them a unique coat color. They have now had three sets of boosters, have been dewormed twice and are totally vet checked.

They have great manners, they have not been allowed to jump up on me, tug at clothes or lick. They have been trained to pee and poop in one area, and they sleep in a crate with the door off…so house training and crate training will go smoothly. I have done lots of foot work on them, they have had nails nipped weekly, paw massages every time they are handled and this weeks lesson was to have the hair between pads and toes scissor trimmed off.

These are well started pups, they are non shedding and will be very loyal, gentle, clean and intelligent dogs that would love to share their life with a loving family. Delivery to the central prairies is included in the price of the puppy, we do not ship our pups but choose to deliver them to as close to you as we can get, further away buyers can meet me part way. For more pictures of a certain pup let me know by the toy in the pictures with that pup and I will send all the pictures I took of him or her. Call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page

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These pups are Doe Dee and Cesar’s last litter, she is also retiring and will be looking for a farm or acreage home. They were born August 20th and will be ready to start leaving October 19th. The vet has been here for boosters and complete vet check and we are good to go! These are non shedding F1B Golden Doodles that will not stay black, as they get a little older they will brindle in color, they are beautiful and will be very unique.

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Doe Dee (Light Apricot F1 Golden Doodle) and Cesar (Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle) have had their last litter of puppies. They were born August 20th and the Doe Dee/Cesar combo is most certainly going out with a boom…. there are 13 puppies! They have been bottle supplemented around the clock until a few days ago when they started on a dish (hooray!). Both Doe Dee and I are celebrating with a full nights sleep! Some of these pups were already spoken for even before they were born.

These pups are black now but are not going to stay black, they are going to get gold and silver hairs through out their coats as they mature, which is called brindle in color. They are going to be unique and outstanding looking dogs! They are guaranteed non shedding as they are F1B, second generation Golden Doodles. They have had their dew claws removed, they will have two sets of boosters and be dewormed twice, completely vet checked and are very well handled. The tiny ends are nipped off their nails weekly and paw massages are given daily, so foot handling for grooming and nail clipping will not be an issue. They sleep in a crate with the door off, so crate training will be a simple procedure, since crate training and house training go together you will be amazed at how quickly that will go for you. They are already peeing and pooping in one small area of their very large pen, so teaching them to go in one area of your yard will not take long.

I do not allow any bad habits to begin, they have not been allowed to put their feet up on me, tug at clothing or shoe laces, nor lick….so they are well started with manners and come with lots of instructions on how to keep them well mannered.

These pups will be ready to go October 15th. They are $900 and that price includes delivery safely into your arms. I do not ship my puppies but choose to drive them, assuring that they arrive safely and not traumatized into the forever families arms. For more information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page. I have taken lots of pictures of each pup so if you see one that catches your eye I will send you all the pictures of that particular puppy, they each have a different toy, so refer to the pup by the toy that is with it. I am here to advise you on your choice, I like people to choose wisely, this choice will live with you for about 15 years, Doodles have longevity. These are loyal, intelligent, obedient, clean, easy to train, family dogs that will just amaze you with how quickly they pick up on what you want from them.

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Doe Dee (F1 Golden Doodle from Einstein and Katie) had a planned rendezvous with Cesar, my Registered Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle, which resulted in a bakers dozen F1B Golden Doodle pups born August 20th. Doe Dee and I am so happy that they are starting on a dish we are celebrating, each with a different drink in our paw and a lot of petting time. This is their first debut pictures….if you see a fat little cutie that interests you please let me know. It helps me to help you if I know what sex, what coat texture (curly, wavy or straighter) and temperament you are looking for. Please do not pick your puppy by color alone…you need to look at confirmation and temperament also. These guys are ready mid October….dew claws are off, two sets of boosters and vet check will be done.

These pups will not stay black but will brindle in color as they get older, with silver, gold, and chocolate hair throughout their coat….it is really an outstanding color. They are non shedding Doodles. For more information call 306 792-2113 or text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.

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.

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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.

Katie

Katie is now retired and lives near Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba.  This gal is the mother of DoeDee, Dinah, and Daisy who are all F1 Golden Doodles and she is also the mother of Kianna, who is her replacement.   All three of her Golden Doodle daughters presently have F1B Golden Doodle pups, Kianna will be bred in 2012 when she is old enough.

Katie is stout and solid and the picture of health.  This girl never caused me one minute of grief.  She is a clean dog, preferring to wait for her run to go out into the trees to do her business in private.  She has passed this trait on to her pups, they are all very easy dogs to own.

The pen Katie is in is only a portable run, this was how easy this girl was to keep in.   She was very loyal to me and I have received pictures and letters from her forever owner thanking me for the wonderful dog I gave her.  She is full of praise for Katie and how she is her best friend now….my heart sings when I hear these stories about my dogs!

Kianna

Kianna is adjusting wonderfully to her new home. Her forever family wrote:

We got Kianna shortly after her 4th birthday on March 16. She wasn’t sure what to think of the vehicle and was mighty glad to get out after our three hour drive. Kianna was attached to our hips if we were outside at all. Any other time, she would just sit on the driveway and watch the house waiting for us to emerge. She never wanted to venture too far by herself and she took a couple of weeks to get used to her surroundings. I think she was maybe a bit homesick as she is the only dog in our yard. Quite a difference coming from a yard of over 40 dogs to none! She soon fell in love with the cattle as we were in the thick of calving season when she first arrived. She got a little too close to a newborn though and momma cow didn’t care for it much. Kianna received a head bundt on the side and was bruised up for a few days. She was pretty sulky during her recovery but has not gone anyway near the cows since.

She recovered very well from her bruised ribs and ego. When we first got her, our two kids were away to university. So it was just Todd and I that were around her. Since the end of April, the two of us come in a distant second since the kids moved home for the summer. She has taken to the kids so severe. She LOVES them! Our son, likes to play rough with the dogs. She was a little timid of it at first but now she is rolling around in the grass with him all the time just smiling! Yes, dogs do smile.

Around the beginning of April, we started to venture out for walks away from the yard. This seemed fairly foreign to her. She stayed glued to our sides. Due to the time of year, with water laying around from the snow thaw, she would often venture for walks into the water. She loves the water. With her thick coat, I’m sure if feels great when she is warm. We go for walks daily now and that is truly the hilite of her day! She jumps around when we go out. She knows when its WALK time. She explores a lot more now on her own while we are out walking. She brings us gifts often. So far she has brought us multiple mice, a muskrat and a mallard duck. We have a few wild cats in the yard, and she makes sure they know who belongs at the house…its not the cats!

Anyway, Kianna is a great addition to our family. She took a little while to get used to the new place, but she has adjusted well. She has lost some weight since she came to us. We weighed her when she came and she was around 97 lbs. I weighed her the other day and she was at 90 lbs. She is a gentle soul that loves attention. If she doesn’t get it, she lets you know she needs a nose scratch! She smiles a lot more now and is very much a part of the family. Thank you for gifting her to us. She is doing very well. We have nicknamed her ‘Old Bear’. She is just adorable!

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Kianna is now spayed and looking for a farm or acreage home, I am asking half the price it cost to spay her which works out to be about $200. Kianna is a low energy girl, she was born March 8th, 2010, so will be four this March. Truthfully she should still be having pups but she is not cut out to be a mother. First litter she laid on her pups one by one, second litter she didn’t figure it out until she was down to three pups, and I can not take the heartache of trying this again. Kianna loves kids and would make a great deck dog. She will bark when someone comes but will be quiet as soon as she is told, she is definitely not ‘watch dog’ material…she would sound the alarm but don’t expect her to keep the burglar at bay!

This is a young healthy dog with all her shots up to date and healed up from her spay, she would even make a good second dog as she gets along with everyone and everything, she even likes cats! She is an easy keeper as well, she needs less food and more exercise, she has never been thin even as a pup. She is kind and gentle, her big brown eyes just want me to find her a good home for the rest of her life. If you would like to have this Golden Retriever for you farm or acreage please text 306 521-1371 or call 306 792-2113 or use my contact page. Kianna’s mother, Katie, has retired and lives on an acreage in Manitoba and her father Klifford the Big Red Dog is living out his years here with me.

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Meet Kianna, my only Golden Retriever female that I kept back from Katie and “Klifford the Big Red Dog“.  I just couldn’t let Katie retire without having a replacement to continue her legacy.   Katie is retired now and got a dream home on an acreage near Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba.

Kianna was born March 8th. 2010, so she will have her first litter next spring when she is two.  She will be bred to a Poodle.  Kianna just went on to adult dog food.  I keep my pups on puppy formula until they are a year old (for the extra calcium, they really need this once they are going to be used for breeding).  Kianna is not a tall dog, about 21 inches at the wither,  but she is solid.  She weighs about 55 lbs. at a year old and is so much like her quiet, wise mother that it is almost like having Katie here again.   This girl should go on to produce some solid F1 Golden Doodles.

Doe Dee

Doe Dee and Dinah are full sisters, same litter, born March 13th, 2008. They are half sisters to Kianna as they have the same mother, Katie. Doe Dee and Dinah are from my Apricot Standard Poodle Einstein, making them F1 Golden Doodles. Neither of them shed, they do however have to be clipped at least twice a year. I really want them to go together as they have been together their entire life, they will be six in March and each has had three litters of awesome F1B Golden Doodle pups. Doe Dee is the apricot and Dinah is the blonde in the pictures.

Both these girls have the Doodle trait of smiling, especially if they think they are in trouble. Dinah is more of a barker than Doe Dee but they only bark if something is amiss, like the horses or cows are out, or something is in the yard, then they are quiet when told. My advise would be to tie both for a few days, then let one go and take turns tying them for about two weeks, by then they will have it figured out that this is their new home. They are both gentle with kids and their favourite thing is to be fussed over, petted or brushed. These girls have done their job here now and are looking to me to find them the right forever home on a farm or acreage, I am asking half the price of their spay, they are all healed up and have all shots up to date, so I would like $200 each to assure my dogs are not going to be resold or abused in any way. This is incredibly hard to let them go, but I can’t keep all my dogs and they deserve their own family now. Please text 306 521-1371 or call 306 792-2113 or use my contact page.

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Doe Dee is an F1 Golden Doodle, born March 13th., 2008.  I kept her and her full sister Dinah from this litter.  Her mother is Katie (Golden Retriever) and her father is Einstein (apricot Standard Poodle).   I have three Golden Doodles that I kept back from Katie, and one Golden Retriever.  Katie has such a gentle personality and good solid build that is was hard not to keep more from her bloodlines.

Doe Dee was bred to Pluto and whelped with her first litter March 27th.  Her litter of F1B Golden Doodles has 7 fat cuddly little characters: 1 apricot male, 2 apricot females, 3 black males and 1 black female.   Their eyes are open now and they are starting to play with me when I give them their cuddle time (this is my little bit of heaven, play time mixed with work time).   These pups bring a lot of joy to me and later will bring joy to the new family that adopts them.  These pups need to go to forever homes where they will dedicate themselves with love and loyalty; many years of being a member of the family lay ahead for each of these little characters.  This year my girls have produced the best selection of pups yet.  My pups are health guaranteed for two years for hips, elbows, ears and eyes for anything hereditary and I am here to advise on training or health issues.

Doe Dee is excelling at mothering her pups and is really impressing me with her dedication to this ‘job at hand’.  These pups should mature at about 55 to 65 lbs.  and will be non shedding.

Daisy

Here are some new pictures of Daisy and Nathan.

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Daisy had a little excitement recently. When I place my retired dogs I make sure they have a current rabies tag on them so if something were to happen they can be traced to my beloved Melville Vet Clinic and I can track down the new owner and find out what happened that the dog was running at large. Happy ending to this saga but not until I had spent a whole night worrying that she wasn’t happy there. I know some of my dogs come looking for me, she would have had a very long trek as she lives near Portage La Prairie now with her new family. She is a companion dog for Nathan who has some mental issues. I am glad to say she is back where she is supposed to be today. She looks happy enough to be waiting for Tina to prune bushes, with no leash attached. They told us:

Daisy is ok and safe with us. I had put her on my deck, on leash. She chewed it and ran to neighbors. She really likes to be with people all the time!! She has figured out how to escape her wire kennel now but I tied it shut last night so she stayed put. That’s not her favorite spot by no means. We laugh at her because she won’t win so she might as well just give in now and save her energy. Her & I are in yard trimming \ pruning my shrubs. She’s happy!!

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Daisy has gone to her new home, she is a companion dog for Nathan who lives on a beautiful farm near Portage La Prairie. She and Nathan hit it off right away and they are now inseparable buddies. Nathan gave me a big hug before I drove away, it is very hard for me to let my retired females go but she has a very important job to do now and that is what I like, happy endings. Her new family wrote:

Life is Grand! We are fortunate to have lovely Miss Daisy living with us. Are you sure she’s not house trained haha….she is very ladylike! She hates her kennel, doesn’t stop barking in there, but I’ll win the battle. She loves our deck, it has gates that we keep closed. She’s part of the action all day with boys in the pool, meal times etc. She seems to love us especially me!

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Daisy is an F1 Golden Doodle from Katie (Golden Retriever) and Pluto (black Standard Poodle), born January 4, 2007.   Daisy is my slightest built Golden Doodle and she produces smaller pups.   She has just had her second litter.  Last year she did not get pregnant, this year she whelped April 9th.  Her litter of 8 F1B Golden Doodles has 3 black females, 2 black males, 2 apricot males and one apricot female.  The father of these pups is Einstein, my apricot Standard Poodle….I estimate that Daisy’s pups will mature at about 50 lbs. and be quite curly.

Daisy has a very quiet temperament and has one of those ‘just happy to be here’ personalities.  She is a real home body.  No matter who she is loose with for her run, she sticks close to the house…although these dogs are allowed to go to the field and corrals to look for gophers to chase, Daisy chooses to stick with me…this is how Katie (her mother) was.  A real people dog, loyal, gentle and very obedient and an easy to be around kind of dog, quick to pick up on what it is that you want her to do.

Dinah

Yesterday Dinah got her 2014 Spring haircut, she feels so much better. This clip takes about 4 hours so we hope her new owner appreciates how great she looks after all winter’s growth is removed.

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Doe Dee and Dinah are full sisters, same litter, born March 13th, 2008. They are half sisters to Kianna as they have the same mother, Katie. Doe Dee and Dinah are from my Apricot Standard Poodle Einstein, making them F1 Golden Doodles. Neither of them shed, they do however have to be clipped at least twice a year. I really want them to go together as they have been together their entire life, they will be six in March and each has had three litters of awesome F1B Golden Doodle pups. Doe Dee is the apricot and Dinah is the blonde in the pictures.

Both these girls have the Doodle trait of smiling, especially if they think they are in trouble. Dinah is more of a barker than Doe Dee but they only bark if something is amiss, like the horses or cows are out, or something is in the yard, then they are quiet when told. My advise would be to tie both for a few days, then let one go and take turns tying them for about two weeks, by then they will have it figured out that this is their new home. They are both gentle with kids and their favourite thing is to be fussed over, petted or brushed. These girls have done their job here now and are looking to me to find them the right forever home on a farm or acreage, I am asking half the price of their spay, they are all healed up and have all shots up to date, so I would like $200 each to assure my dogs are not going to be resold or abused in any way. This is incredibly hard to let them go, but I can’t keep all my dogs and they deserve their own family now. Please text 306 521-1371 or call 306 792-2113 or use my contact page.

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This gentle soul is Dinah, my F1 Golden Doodle.  Her mother is my now retired Blonde Golden Retriever “Katie” who now lives on an acreage near Riding Mountain Park in Manitoba.  Her father is Einstein, my Apricot Standard Poodle.  I broke my own rule with Dinah and her full sister (same litter) Doe Dee, I only separated them briefly as pups and then put them back together.  They are very strongly bonded to each other.   I got sick and spent a lot of time in the hospital so they remained kenneled together.  They were three in March and have just recently had their first litters.   With these two girls I was not in a rush to get them bred as they seemed to want to be puppies longer than the norm, likely due to having their sibling with them full time.   Both Dinah and DoeDee weigh about 55 lbs. and are about 22 inches at the wither.  Their mother, Katie, was my shortest Golden Retriever but also my stockiest.

Dinah is blonde, curly, does not shed but does get the occasional matt (which I just pluck out) between clippings.  These are farm raised dogs that go for runs down to the corrals and play in the yard when I am in my flower beds or painting, so they get clipped to the hide twice a year.  They need clipping now but due to this colder than usual spring they are still in full winter coat, only the tummies and back ends are clipped to make it easier for pups to nurse.

On April 9th., Dinah whelped her first litter, they are F1B Golden Doodles, they are from Pluto, my Black Standard Poodle.   She is an awesome mum and has 6 fat little characters: 2 black males, 2 black females, 1 apricot male and 1 apricot female…talk about an even litter.   When I sit with her pups she actually smiles at me, she is beside herself with pride at what she has done and watches every move I make with her puppies.   She was very worried when I took them, three at a time, to remove dew claws.   She stays with them very well (some mothers don’t) and keeps them spotless.   These pups will be an awesome kids dog as they have gentleness bred deep into their bloodlines and are from very intelligent, loyal and clean stock with great confirmation.