Welcome to Magic Valley Goldendoodles!
We are Fonda Thompson and Kimberly Hatch--two separate households that have teamed up to provide the best possible start to what we think are the best possible dogs! We have some great litters available now and more in the planning stage. We carefully select the moms and dads of our pups--all of our dogs are health tested and live in homes with families. We place our moms and dads in guardian homes so we never have to use kennels and we can limit the number of dogs that live in our homes (and on our couches!) full time. As you meet our doodles we know you will fall in love with them as much as we have!
MVGD reserves the right to keep 1st or 2nd pick for our breeding program from any litter. If we intend to keep a puppy from a specific litter it will generally be posted on the waiting list but there may be times that we will not know until puppies are born or until they are almost 6 weeks old. We will always be open with you with our intentions.
We don't have any puppies ready to go home today. We have puppies ready to go home at Christmas and the beginning of January.
We have two spots open for Maggie/Gryff born November 1--ready to go home December 23!
Ginger and Remington have eight gorgeous Thanksgiving babies! Five reservation spots open. Match day January 6, 2017.
Ready to go home January 17.
Linna and Remington are due December 22--ready to go home mid-February. Small Standard parti colored doodles.
Cali and Monty are due January 2--ready to go home early March. Medium Parti colored doodles.
Annie has been bred with Norris! Due date is February 1--ready to go home the end of March. Red and apricot F1b doodles--25-35 pounds.
Lucy and Guiness--Solid brown and brown and white parti mini doodles. Due Feb 13, 2018. Ready to go home the end of March.
Maggie and Gryff
Our most precious nursery addition yet--Gentry Ida Rose Thompson. Congrats to the Thompson Family!
*Adoption Process overview (start here!)
*Adoption Application and Questionnaire
*Contact Form (use this to ask us questions!)
*Frequently asked Questions (what is an f1b vs an f1?! Which one do I want?! etc.)
You are welcome to pay us with cash or check. If you want to pay with a credit or debit card use our PayPal link below. You don't need to have a PayPal account and checkout is safe and fast! Please include a note for which litter or dog you are interested.
We also use Venmo!
We reserve Sundays for our families. Our top goal at Magic Valley Goldendoodles is to enrich the lives of families. We love to meet and talk to people who want to add a doodle to their homes but we need to devote time to our growing households as well. We generally don't respond to emails, phone calls, litter viewing requests or puppy pick up dates on Sundays. Thanks for understanding!
We are located in Twin Falls, Idaho. Contact us by phone:
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
or use our contact form.
Ready to purchase a puppy?
We need a completed adoption application with your $200 deposit. Deposit can be made by check, cash, VenMo or by PayPal with an additional 3% fee. See links above.
Our puppies cost $2000. That price includes a two year health guarantee for hips, elbows, eyes. We follow an early neuro-stimulation program and we facilitate socialization with kids of all ages, other pets, and adults from the moment of birth. They are born and raised in our family room with our constant supervision using the Puppy Culture method of training.
At the recommendation of our team of veterinarians, we no longer remove dew claws. Contact us if you want more information about dew claw removal. Click here for an article that explains more about dew claws.
We will send you home with a blanket or toy from the litter and a sample of dog food. All of the puppies go home already using a dog door or a litter box to go potty.
All of these experiences help your puppy develop a strong, resilient nervous and immune system that will make for a smooth transition to a new home!
We don't have any litter visits before six weeks. It is too stressful for our mamas to have strangers in their 'nest' area before that time and we need to limit exposure to devastating and rampant dog diseases. We are happy to send photos and videos!