Oh that's funny. They will be the cutiest little puppies!!! Be sure and post some photos. I think you should just stay on this sight and keep filling us in on your little shorkie :) I could have gave my doodle away earlier tonight I was so mad at her...she was just doing what dogs love to do....roll in the most disgusting smelly stuff??? maybe poop?? YUCK! I don't know what it was but we had to come straight home from the park and bath. Normally this kind of thing doesn't make me so mad but I just had her groomed the day before and she looked absolutely adorable. Sigh...such is the life with our four legged children. Please keep in touch. I want to know details about your new baby,name,gender etc. Take Care Laura
Hi Sharon, I am so glad things worked out for you and Clover. Doodles have so much energy so she will be happy in the country with lots of room to run. Is she close to where you live? What kind of new friend does she have to run with at her new home? Will you get to visit her? And what kind of small dog are you considering? So many questions :) Looking forward to hearing from you. Your Doodle Friend, Laura
Hi Sharon, I've been away and when I checked yesterday and saw that you are having health problems and need to find a good home for Clover my heart went out to you. Our health can play such havoc on our lives. Hopefully everything works out for you both. This must be such a hard decision to make? She is so cute! How old is she now? Does she shed much?
I think that gooldendoodles is not so popular in Japan.
However, some dog lovers who study especially a dog know the name. However, a Japanese breeding person is very negative about a hereditary disease or an inspection.
Now, there is no breeder who is trying to inspect by learning about a hereditary disease besides me. I participated in the community, in order to study about a hereditary disease or breeding. And I wish to obtain a good friend!!
I appreciate a welcome!
As for the little dog of the photograph, I bred.
The goldendoodle of the photograph was produced one year ago.
It grew up to be cute doodles.
The doodle of the video published by your profile resembles the doodlepuppy of medium size which I am breeding!
It is just similar.
I went through the Breeders Network which works with Cuddle Pups. The puppies come with a lifetime health guarentee which was attractive to me given the fact that some problems don't necessarily come up in the first couple of years. The network made all the arrangements with the breeder. He was driven out from Missouri because of the weather and the breeder feels as though driving is less traumatic for the puppy. The driver stops every two to three hours to walk the dogs, feed them and let them play. The driver was in contact with me throughout the journey and he was here a day after leaving.
I just stumbled onto it by searching for Goldendoodles in Texas and Timsdale Farms popped up....I did not know they existed and was ready to buy a full-sized one. I am soooooooooo glad I saw this....she is perfect size for me to handle.
Thanks for the welcome. Clover is a cutie. I have 2 female mini's. The older one is 4 yrs. and the younger one almost 6 months. Actually they are sisters, same parents. Got them both from Cindy Suit, Blueridge Puppies. Great girls. Thanks again, Pat Allen Krajewski