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Lainey

Breed: F1b mini English Goldendoodle
Parents: Poppy and Norris
Coat Color: Dark Red
B?/ee, / K?/k?
Coat type: Wavy, non shedding
Hair Curl: C/c
Furnishings: F/F
Parti factor: Yes
Shed: sd/SD
Birth Day: February 7, 2018
Height: Estimated 15 inches
Weight: Estimated 15 pounds
Penn Hip: Right 0.47 Left 0.41
Elbows: Normal
Patella: Normal
Eye Cerf: Clear
Cardiac: Normal

Carrier:Itch and Pra Gr2

 

Cleared by parentage for all other common DNA genetic disease found in goldendoodles
Lives with a guardian family in here in Twin Falls

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Lainey

f1b from Poppy & Norris

red

soft, wavy non-shedding

14 pounds, 15 inches

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Tucker
Multi-Generational English goldendoodle
18" tall, 27 pound
 apricot parti
wavy non shedding
Lainey & Tucker
Minature Multi-Gerational English Goldendoodles 15-25 lb
Born: January 2, 2022
Go Home: Friday February  25, 2022
These puppies will be $2500

Lainey had her puppies the evening of Sunday January 2nd. She had 4 beautiful extreme parti puppies and one solid apricot/red baby. One Extreme parti girl will have a curly coat and all the other babies will have a soft loose wavy coat.  These Extreme parti babies have small patches of cream spots that will begin to darken over the next 2 weeks.  One parti is a boy and all other puppies are girls.  These parti babies will look very much like their daddy, (Tucker). Puppies from this litter are expected to be a large Petite/ Small Mini Goldendoodle between 15-25 pounds full grown.  

Lainey/Tucker waiting list

1) Sarah Chen (Miss Yellow) San Francisco, CA

2) Sallie McKinley (Miss Purple) Reno, NV

3) Parti AVAILABLE (Miss White

4) Parti AVAILABLE  (Mr Green)

5) Parti AVAILABLE (Miss Pink)

"Lainey/Tucker" 3 weeks

(Miss Pink) -Curly Cream Parti (Miss Purple ) -Wavy Cream Parti

  (Miss White) -Wavy Cream Parti (Miss Yellow) -Wavy apricot/red 

(Mr Green ) -Wavy Cream Parti 

Everyone has their eyes open and this past week the babies all started to toddle around really well and have started to find their little voices. Tomorrow we will introduce a new bed/sleeping area along with our new pee/pooping area to help start these little ones on a path to easier potty training. In the beginning we have one soft bed area and the rest of the pen is potty area.  We use the puppies' natural instinct to keep their bed clean to help with potty training--the minute they step off their bed to go potty they will be in the desired area. Once they are accustomed to use the paper/grate area for potty we will be able to make their play/sleep area bigger. 

 

This week puppies will leave the transitional period and will enter the socialization period.  During this time their ears open and they begin to hear.  The puppies live in our living room so they are naturally exposed to a variety of noises that will help them adjust to family life: TV/movies in the background, children playing, vacuums running etc.are all familiar sounds to these babies.  Over the next we will also work on some startle recovery exercises. For startle recovery exercises we will randomly make sudden unusual noises that may startle the puppies ever so slightly to help shape their emotional responses. We watch closely to make sure there isn't a fear response and if necessary we will work with individual puppies more gradually to help them adjust to the noises. 

"Lainey/Tucker" 2 weeks

(Miss Pink) -Curly Cream Parti (Miss Purple ) -Wavy Cream Parti

  (Miss White) -Wavy Cream Parti (Miss Yellow) -Wavy apricot/red 

(Mr Green ) -Wavy Cream Parti 

The puppies are all doing great. We anticipate their eyes to open in the next day or two. It will take a little while for them to be able to see clearly. They are starting to move around more and more.  We've begun handling the puppies a lot more as mom isn't quite as nervous to have them away from her for a few minutes. Handling by young children is a daily occurrence here at the Thompson household because we have a built in 5 year old to help socialize them! 

At two weeks of age the puppies leave the neonatal period and enter what is called the transitional period.  Traditional period is typically between days 14-21.  During this time we will begin to introduce them to a new novel item (toy, new bedding etc.) and or a new experience daily.  These items and experiences will help to build a healthy startle/recover/curiosity/exploration cycle to lay the foundation for a confident puppy. This week we will take a dermal nail trimmer to the puppies nails for a few seconds at a time to begin to get them used to vibration and trimming of the nails.  These puppies will have a lifetime of grooming and will need to be handled on their feet and toes on a regular bases.  Early exposure to common grooming practices will help them be relaxed during grooming for the rest of their lives.  

"Lainey/Tucker" Newborn

(Miss Pink) -Curly Cream Parti (Miss Purple ) -Wavy Cream Parti

  (Miss White) -Wavy Cream Parti (Miss Yellow) -Wavy apricot/red 

(Mr Green ) -Wavy Cream Parti 

Lainey's labor went smooth and took about two and a half hours.  As always Lainey is a fantastic mother.  She is very attentive like all of our new mommas.  I really look forward to seeing her raise these sweet puppies. Lainey is such a fantastic momma right up until the day her babies go home to their new families. 

The puppies have transitioned through delivery are now in the Neonatal period. The Neonatal period last for two weeks.  During this time we pay close attention to the little pups to be sure each is thriving and growing. We watch weights and observe feedings to make sure everyone is eating and gaining weight.  Momma does most of the work right now and we just do a lot of observation.  Mom will tend and care for her puppies instinctively and make sure all is well by keeping them fed, clean, and warm. She licks constantly to stimulate their elimination systems and to keep them clean. We will begin Early Neurological Stimulation on day three.  ENS is a an exercise developed by puppy behaviorists and trainers that is designed to stimulate neuro-pathway growth and start the physiological basis for resistant and predictable neurological development. Is takes only a few seconds per puppy. We hold each puppy upright, head-down down and flat on the back.  Then we apply pressure to one paw near the toes and then set them on a cold cloth.  Each exercise is done for to 2-3 seconds. We will also clip sharp little toenails as needed.

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Lainey and Huck Finn
Petit multi-gen Goldendoodles 10-20 pounds
Born: June 6th
Match Date: July 23rd
Go Home: July 30th

Lainey has had 3 sweet babies Sunday evening.  All puppies will be wavy. We have a red abstract male with a small white spot on his head as well as a white chest and toes,  1 red parti boy (White with red spots), and 1 red large abstract (White of muzzle and large white spot on chest as well as white socks on his feet) female. These puppies are petit multi-gen goldendoodles. We are excited to be able to offer another litter of petite goldendoodles.  We will be doing some testing on the puppies in this litter for potential breeding prospects.  When we get those results we will know what we have a available and we will begin to reach out to those of you on our petite master waiting list.

   Price of these puppies is $3000

Waiting list

1) Anya Popov Pink Collar Female Laguna Niguel CA (Needs flight nanny)

2) Tenley Gagner-Lutz Green Collar Male  Boise, ID.

3) Melina Newell Blue Collar Male Meridian ID

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Lainey

f1b from Poppy & Norris

red

soft, wavy non-shedding

14 pounds, 15 inches

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Huck Finn

F1b goldendoodle

Apricot abstract

wavy coat

23 pounds, 15 inches

Lainey/Huck Finn 4 week

(Green Boy) -wavy/abstract/red    (Blue Boy) -wavy/parti/red  

(Pink Girl) -wavy/abstract/red  

Puppies are all steady on their feet now and are starting to get more and more playful.  They are doing great with their potty training by using the potty area about 75% of the time.  When they don't use their potty area they are using their play area--they are keeping their sleep area completely clean.  

This is week two of the socialization period. Their little teeth are starting to erupt so this week puppies will start on solids and begin the process of weaning.  We take our cues from mama--when she starts standing up to nurse we know it's time to introduce soft solid foods.  First we will use ground food mixed with water. As they get used to eating and swallowing we will use regular food soaked in water until it is soft.  Mom has already started to wean by spending less time in the box with them.  This time will gradually increase over the next 2-3 weeks until they are no longer nursing. Mom still interacts with them throughout the day but she does so in shorter amounts of time. Puppies will participate in their first barrier challenge this week.  Once they are really interested in their food I will place it behind of barrier of some sort so that they can use their problem solving skills to help work through problems or obstacles.

Lainey/Huck Finn 6 weeks

(Green Boy) -wavy/abstract/red    (Blue Boy) -wavy/parti/red  

(Pink Girl) -wavy/abstract/red  

We plan to give the puppies their first full bath this week.  Usually at first they act a little reserved but quickly warm up to the idea. Lots of our doodles are influenced by their poodle ancestors and they absolutely love water.

 

After their bath they will have their first little mini grooming session.  We trim their back sides to help keep them clean (mom usually stops cleaning them when they started eating solid foods) and we cute the hair out of the corner of their eyes so that their vision development is unobstructed.  As always we keep their little razor sharp toenails trimmed as well. The puppies have gotten really fun to watch playing together.  

The puppies will receive fenbendazole (dewormer medicine) this week .

This is week 4 of the socialization period. Puppies have now learned to take food from my hand and are doing great with manding.  Every time we feed the puppies we call them with a high pitch "here pup, pup, pup, pup, pup, pup" similar to how you hear people call a kitty.  They now have a great recall down and will come any time I call out like this.  It is so important to have a good "recall" with a puppy to help keep them from trouble.  This recall will transition to the dogs name once you have him/her in your home.

The babies are all doing great sleeping in crates.  They still usually pile into one crate together but we offer them a couple of sizes of crates and they sometimes nap all alone.  We don't close the door with them and we don't have them sleeping separately at this stage.  

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Lainey/Huck Finn 3 week

(Green Boy) -wavy/abstract/red    (Blue Boy) -wavy/parti/red  

(Pink Girl) -wavy/abstract/red  

Everyone has their eyes open and this past week the babies all started to toddle around really well and have started to find their little voices. Tomorrow we will introduce a new bed/sleeping area along with our new pee/pooping area to help start these little ones on a path to easier potty training. In the beginning we have one soft bed area and the rest of the pen is potty area.  We use the puppies' natural instinct to keep their bed clean to help with potty training--the minute they step off their bed to go potty they will be in the desired area. Once they are accustomed to use the paper/grate area for potty we will be able to make their play/sleep area bigger. 

 

This week puppies will leave the transitional period and will enter the socialization period.  During this time their ears open and they begin to hear.  The puppies live in our living room so they are naturally exposed to a variety of noises that will help them adjust to family life: TV/movies in the background, children playing, vacuums running etc.are all familiar sounds to these babies.  Over the next we will also work on some startle recovery exercises. For startle recovery exercises we will randomly make sudden unusual noises that may startle the puppies ever so slightly to help shape their emotional responses. We watch closely to make sure there isn't a fear response and if necessary we will work with individual puppies more gradually to help them adjust to the noises.