Hello Everyone;  I am now working on my backup plan in case my health doesn’t allow me to continue with my Doodle breeding.  I am not really a small dog fan but I love the Miniature Schnauzer breed, so I have selectively collected five females over the last three years and have just purchased a new male.  The females are Meghan, Honey, Pea Bea, Jae, and Marmalade.  P-B, J, and Marmalade are all daughters of Honey and Spike (who I retired as he was not settling my females), in 2014 I got one pup from Honey, Marmalade, in 2013 and none from Meghan.   I was suspecting it was my females, Honey and Meghan, but in 2014 it became evident where the problem was (Spike).

This is the new kid on the block “K-oss” and he has yet to meet his harem.  He is only three months old so it will be next fall before we know if we will have puppies BUT Rome was not built in a day (because I was not the foreman).  If nothing else I will have a year of fun playing with these guys before we get down to business.  Once I have good pictures of all six I will debut them on my web site.

I am wishing the best for you, your family and all the extended family with four legs, for 2015.


Newton, Standard Poodle, is the son of Nancy (Casey and Pluto’s Daughter) and Einstein (Registered Standard Poodle). Casey came without papers so her pups were sold as ‘pet stock’ and her grandchildren will be sold the same way. I am not a big fan of registering my dogs but concentrate on making sure they are sound and have the best temperament possible, and keeping my prices reasonable along the way, and to me that’s what breeding is all about. I have put many pups into their forever homes over the last 46 years and have the pleasure of getting to know some pretty awesome people along the way.

Einstein will be 9 on the 21st of April so I am covering my tracks by keeping back his son. I have had a few males quit breeding at 9 to 11 years of age so you might say ‘Newton’ is my insurance plan. If God allows me to keep my breeding program going to another four years Newton can then go on to work for another breeder. I will try to keep Newton’s progress updated with pictures and a short report card.

Desta (Joy)

Desta was born Feb. 21st. 2013 and is my pick of the litter to carry on this bloodline by being bred to produce F1B Labra Doodle puppies in 2015 when she is two years old. She is from Robyn and Cesar and is a gorgeous pup, everything about this girl screams perfection……she has the right stop, the correct eye set, correct leg placement, barrel chest, long back and perfect tail set….so we have a winner. I am hoping to breed this girl to Einstein, he has flawless confirmation also….so anyone watching my web site should watch this girl grow up. I will update pictures of her as she grows into a mature female.

“The Girls” – Upcoming Chocolate Lab Breeders

The “girls”, a mass of Chocolate English Lab perfection in fur coats!   These will be the girls to watch in 2013.   We are waiting to let them mature and then decide who they will be bred to.  But one thing is for sure, there will be some outstanding Lab and F1 LabraDoodle pups when these girls are ready to be mothers.

I had to make the decision on whether I was going to concentrate on Golden Doodles or LabraDoodles.  These pictures will tell you which way I am leaning for the future of my program.   I have put a lot of thought into this decision.  I love both hybrids but have grown partial to the Labs….I need to live longer.  By the time these girls have had their allotted litters I will retire from dog breeding on this level.  All good things must come to an end…until then I am limping my way, full speed ahead.   So just sit tight and see what Krissy, Robyn, Winnie and Tigger are going to do!


Debbie was born June 8th, 2010, so is 10 months old now.  She was four months old when these pictures were taken.   Debbie is an F1 LabraDoodle from Misty (yellow English Lab making the Grandparents Abbey and Trump), and Pluto (Standard Poodle).  This girl will produce some of the best F1B LabraDoodles from Einstein (in 2012) that have ever been whelped on this farm.

She has a full apricot sister here also (same litter) named Dory.   They have very different personalities.  Debbie is the more adventurous and curious of the two and always in the lead.  Although she is slightly smaller, she can outrun Dory when they go for a run.   I see more of Pluto’s personality in Debbie.  She is a bit of an acrobat and has a clown attitude.  It is very entertaining to watch her figure things out, like how to get the ball out of the dog house.   Debbie and Dory make me wish I were younger… I really want to see what this bloodline will do.