We know buying a puppy is a big commitment.
Our goal is to better the Goldendoodle breed, by focusing on beautiful, wavy coated goldendoodles, health testing each parent fullly, caring about the body structure of each parent and raising our puppies on a therapy and service dog curriculum.
We choose breeding parents that have easy going, loving, and eager to please personalities.
(This all plays a huge role in the lifetime health of your dog)
If your dog at any point in time get's sick, you give me a call. I will walk you through and help you navigate what steps to take.
Our puppies are raised in the cleanest possible environment. We thouroughly deep clean the area at least once a day.
We don't let outside shoes inside the nursery, or unwashed hands handle the puppies.
We use air filters, several fans and a desensitizer in our fully tiled puppy nursery.
Puppies have their first vet check, with dewclaws removal within the first 5 days of life.
We administer dewormers every 2 weeks to puppies and mom.
By 8 weeks of age we take puppies get all age appropriate vaccinations.
All our puppies get a final thourough check from our Vet and a health bill of approval before they head home.
Breeding Parents Health Testing:
OFA or Dr. Wallace report for hip scores of Fair, Good, Excellent, for x-rays taken at 24 mos. of age or later.
PennHip Distraction Index (DI) equal to, or tighter than, the breed average with no evidence of osteoarthritis (OA) done at 4 months of age or later;
OFA Permanent heart clearance (Golden Retrievers and Goldendoodles only).
OFA cleared at 24 months of age
CAER OFA Certificate
DNA genetic disease testing:
Each parent has a full genetic health and coat panel run. Clear of over 180 genetic diseases, including:
Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures (NEWS), Golden Retriever Progressive Retinal Atrophy (GR-PRA1) , Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) , Ichthyosis A (ICH) .
* Health testing is time consuming, expensive and if failed- will not be added to our breeding program. Responsible and ethical breeders follow these guidelines. Make sure the "health tested" Goldendoodle you are looking at has more than DNA health testing done.*