Breed: multi-generation miniature English Goldendoodle
Parents: Olive and Teddy
Birth Day: 4/14/2019
Coat Color: Apricot parti, BBee, Dd, a(y)a(t), K(y)K(y), mm, rr, hh
Coat type: Soft wavy, non shedding
Hair Curl: +/+
Furnishings: F/I (one furnishing gene)
Parti: Ssp (does not carry)
Height: 15 inches
Weight: 18 pounds
PennHip: Right .39 Left .34
Buttercup is clear for all of the 190+ genetic diseases we can test for.
Lives with a guardian family near Boise, Idaho
Buttercup has all the qualities that we love in a great family dog. She is easy going and easily trainable--even the youngest members of her family can train her! She loves to snuggle and is intuitive about the emotions in the people around her. She has a lovely soft, wavy coat that doesn't shed at all.
This is Buttercup's first litter! We think she is a great match with Maverick. She is a sweet girl that loves to be around her people. She is a lap dog at heart and she's really intuitive about the emotions of people around her. She is a soft, non-shedding coat.
Maverik is one of our favorites and he passes his easy going temperament and thick good looking coat to his babies. He has a fun personality and loves everyone he meets.
September 8, 2021
We have really been enjoying the sweetest little babies from Buttercup! We've kind of kept them to ourselves over this last month as our family was busy with a brand new (first!) grand baby and a wedding. Yay! So many great things. These moms and puppies have done so well accommodating the changing schedules and visits from new people. These four little cuties are so easy!
They are just starting to use the paper outside of their sleeping area to go potty. They walking well and they all love to sleep in their big soft bed in the crate. They are just starting the socialization period so we are introducing new objects and experiences every day to help establish comfort with new experiences. We have lots of kids and other dogs that help us to make sure that families kids are familiar to them. They have just started spending a little time outside in our beautiful early Fall weather and we will have them play outside more and more as they get stronger and older.
Over this next week these babies will keep developing their walking skills and we will start to see little teeth erupt. We will start weaning when Buttercup 'tells' us it's time. She will start standing up to nurse and will spend less time in the box with them when it is time for them to start eating solid food.
Black collar is a boy and the other three are girls. Our make-a-wish family is leaning towards the boy but we will make a final decision in a couple of weeks.