Lolli & Scuba
Miniature Multi-generation Goldendoodles
red, apricot wavy and curly coats in solid, abstract and
Born February 8, 2022
Ready to go home April 1-2
Lolli is an English Cream F1 goldendoodle from Suzy-Q and Bo. She lives with her guardian family in Idaho Falls. She has an easy going, people pleasing personality that we have come to know and love from our English Goldendoodles. She has a well proportioned, small frame with a wavy coat. She has very light seasonal shedding.
Scuba is a stud from an outside kennel. We love his temperament and his nice structure. He is snuggly and loves the kids in his home. He has a nice wavy, non-shedding coat with beautiful tuxedo markings.
1. Chris Yang--Pink collar girl.
2. Heather Shelton--Cream collar girl
3. Libby and Logan King--Miss Evergreen
4.Pamela Farr--Purple girl
5. Crystal Weltzin--yellow girl
1. Blue boy Margit (Alabama)
2. Red boy available
3. Black boy available
April 19, 2022
The babies are 9 1/2 weeks old! They are right on schedule and growing like crazy. They all had their first shots at their 8 week vet check. They are sleeping in crates together and using the dog door to go potty. We've started basic clicker training and they spend time playing with us in the living room every day. We love seeing these little babies grow into great little dogs!
Lolli's puppies--7.5 weeks
March 26, 2022
We have dog door trained puppies over here! I always love the day I wake up and find the puppy paper totally clean. They run in and out of the door and play on the (finally turning green...) grass. We trade toys and activities every day. They are learning to pay attention when we call and to take soft treats out of our hands. They are all eating hard puppy food (PawTree chicken and sweet potato). We will start introducing the clicker this week and we will keep introducing new experiences and new kids and new toys every day!
March 16, 2022
This week we have completely transitioned over to softened kibble. The babies are using the dog door to go outside and they have almost stopped using the paper tray in their pen to go potty. They all sleep in two separate crates and they pile in on top of each other for every nap and bedtime. They are teething so they spend a lot of their day chewing on each other and on all the toys they can find. This is an important developmental step for them to learn how to use their teeth without causing any damage.
Mama Lolli is still nursing whenever the puppies can catch her! They are ready to transition over to all dry food but nursing is still familiar and comforting as they are learning so many different things. We introduce new people, sounds or toys every day to help with developing new neuro-pathways and social skills.
March 7, 2022
The babies have made leaps and bound of growth this week! They moved over to the 'toddler' room where there are learning to use paper for their potty area. They are also sleeping altogether in a crate for naps and nighttime. They have just started showing interest in mama's food so we will start mushy puppy food this week. We start slowly with just one solid feeding a day and gradually move up to three feedings a day. They will stay on the three-a-day schedule until they are ready to go home at 8 weeks.
These babies aren't quite big enough to use the dog door yet but as they get a little bigger and the weather gets warmer they will start venturing outside with mama. Initially we introduce the puppies to the door by physically helping them push the flap with their heads. Sometimes this takes a couple of days for them to get the hang of it and some puppies will take on the challenge more quickly than others. When we have a reluctant puppy we will pin the flap up out of the way so he can gradually explore going outside to get the reward of food. We teach them to go back in this same way--we just push them through the door and they figure it out in no time. We've never had a puppy that didn't figure the dog door out on their own within a couple of days. The puppies naturally follow mom out the dog door--usually hoping she will let them nurse for a minute which is a great reward for trying a new experience. As they spend more time outside (they go outside in all kinds of weather and at all times of the day...) they naturally go potty outside more and more. They also see mom go potty outside which helps develop that instinct.
February 21, 2022
Lolli has eight beautiful babies! She delivered all eight on Tuesday, February 8th. We have five girls and three boys. They were all born super healthy and active and Lolli is a committed mama. She has had not trouble nursing and keeping everyone warm and clean and happy! We are waiting for genetic testing to come back on one of the boys so I won't know if our solid boy will be available until we get those results and we are reserving first pick of the females for our breeding program. We have a few factors to evaluate before we decide if one of these girls will be a good fit for out future breeding goals. The other six are all available!
Breed: F1 Miniature English Goldendoodle
Parents: Suzy-Q (AKC moyen poodle) and Bo (English Golden Retriever)
Birth Day: 7/18/2018
Coat Color: Cream, Bb, ee, DD (no dilution gene), aa, KBKB
Does not carry for merle
Coat type: Soft wavy, very low seasonal shedding shedding
Hair Curl: +/-
Height: 18 inches
Weight: 30 lbs
Penn Hip: Right 0.36, Left 0.36, Excellent Hips
Patellas, dentition, cardiac and elbows are all OFA clear
Lolli is completely CLEAR for all genetic diseases.
Lives with a guardian family in Idaho Falls.
Previous puppies from Lolli
Lolli & Winston
Miniature Multi-generation Goldendoodles 30-40 pounds
Born: August 10, 2021
Match Date:September 13-15
Go Home: October 9, 2021
Lolli had a litter of 7 on Tuesday August 10th! Everyone is healthy and growing like crazy. We have apricot and red puppies with one cream girl.
Lolli is an English Cream F1 goldendoodle from Suzy-Q and Bo. This is her second litter. She lives with her guardian family in Idaho Falls. She has an easy going, people pleasing personality that we have come to know and love from our English Goldendoodles. She has a well proportioned, small frame with a wavy coat. She has very light seasonal shedding.
Winston is one of our favorite studs. We love his temperament and his beautiful structure. He has a thick non-shedding coat and great genetics. Some of his puppies darken to a beautiful mahogany but we won't know which ones until they get to be a couple of months old.
Pink girl: Benjamin Dwyer
Purple girl: Adrian Busse
Yellow girl: Bjorn Sorenson
Cream boy: Sindu Metpali
Red boy: Morgan Busse
Orange boy: Bret Amideo
Blue boy: John Peugh
October 11, 2021
Lolli's babies will be nine weeks tomorrow! They are all growing and doing great and will be going home within this next week. They had vet checks and first shots last week. We are spending some time with them each day practicing sitting to get attention and treats. They are doing great with using the dog door and using the crates for naps and bedtime.
September 27, 2021
The babies are almost seven weeks! We are really enjoying these puppies! They are all doing great--they have very similar personalities/energy levels and we don't have any that are noticably busy or shy. They enjoy being held and snuggled and they area all progressing just as we expect. They are sleeping in crates (together, not separately) and they are all using the dog door to go outside to go potty 100% of the time. They Just started eating hard crunch food this week and we just started working with each puppy individually to take treats and introduce the clicker. They just finished their 5-day treatment with de-wormer and will be ready to go home when they are 8 weeks! This next week we will have vet checks with first shots and we will continue to work with each puppy. I'll include a video of training as we progress!
September 9, 2021
Thank you all so much for your patience this summer. We have had such a great few months but it's been busy! I am sending out texts for these puppies this week and weekend and we will have phone calls/facetime visits by early next week.
Lolli's babies are doing so great! We have kind of been keeping all of these cute puppies to ourselves this summer. We had a brand new grand baby born (our first!) and our son just got married this last weekend! It's been a joy to have these sweet puppies and mamas here and they've done so well accommodating our cousins and visiting family.
These babies are just about to start learning the dog door to go potty! Right now they are using a paper potty area next to the dog door and they are just starting to show interest in following mom out the dog door to the grassy yard. They are usually between 5-6 weeks before they can really navigate through the door to the outside but once they figure it out they love to go in and out. They all have their little teeth erupting and they are walking on steady feet. We moved their whelping box so they are sleeping in crates. They love the big soft round beds--we stuff the beds in the crates and they all pile in!
They are spending a few hours each day outside in the beautiful mild fall weather. Mom is always out with them when they are outside. T hey love the grass and are getting braver and braver with their exploring. This socialization period is important to help shape temperament and reaction to different kinds of stimulation.
This week we will introduce solid mush! It's always a huge mess and really fun for the babies. I'll make sure to get some pictures!
Lolli has seven beautiful puppies! She delivered puppies on August 10th and all were born active and healthy. Lolli is a sweet mom and her babies are growing and thriving like crazy! We have one cream colored girl and the others are all apricot and/or red.