Breed: F1b Miniature English Goldendoodle
Coat Color: Brown (bbEe)
Coat type: Curly, non shedding
D Locus: D/D (negative for dilution)
Hair Curl: C/C
Parti Factor: No
Birth Day: June 28, 2015
Height: 17 inches
Weight: 24 pounds
Eye Cerf: clear
DM: Clear GR-PRA1: Clear GR-PRA2: Clear Ich: Clear MD: Clear NEwS: Clear vWD1: Clear
Lives with a guardian family in Pocatello
Maggie and Winston
20-40 pound Miniature
chocolate, silver beige and apricot wavy coats
Born August 20, 2020
Go home date October 15, 2020
Maggie and Winston have babies!
We have 2 chocolate boys, 2 apricot girls and 1 apricot boy. I will call families on our reservation list starting Monday, 8/24/2020. If there are any puppies available after I have worked through the list I will post them at the top of the home page.
Maggie is a sweet loving mama that serves as a therapy dog for her guardian family in Pocatello. This is her third and final litter. Her previous puppies have exceptionally trainable dispositions with soft, non-shedding coats.
Winston lives in a guardian home in Twin Falls. He is devoted to his family and we love his fun goofy personality. He has a straight non-shedding coat.
Maggie/Winston litter list
1. Natalya Wolters--green collar apricot male (Spokane, WA) paid in full
2. Natalie Kershaw--Yellow collar Apricot female (Seattle, WA) Paid in Full
4. Jeff Duben--black collar apricot female (southern CA) Paid in Full
5. Jennifer Smith--large chocolate male (N. California)Paid in Full
6. Mike Morris--small chocolate male (Hailey, ID) Paid in Full
F1b English Golden doodle from Daisy and Dash
20 pounds, 18 inches
soft curly coat
+/+ curl, +/+ furnishings
Straight, non-shedding coat
-/- curl, +/+ furnishings
October 14, 2020
The babies are all doing awesome! They are ready to meet their forever families. We've been practicing having them sit before we give treats or loves and they have picked up on that really well. They have not learned specific cures for sit or any other behavior. One thing to remember with puppies is that they don't generalize! Even if they learn a cue (command) in one room of the house they will have to re-learn it when you move to a new room. Once they have learned that sit means sit no matter where they are, then they will start to generalize commands. It takes time for babies to get the hang of communicating with humans! Be patient. Repeating a command over and over doesn't give any useful information--both humans and dogs have to learn to understand each other and that's part of what makes training dogs so fun!
October 6, 2020
This week Maggie has just about completely weaned the babies. She is so funny to watch! She takes random bits of food or treats into the box with them and then watches while they try to eat whatever she found. They are eating all hard crunch puppy food and are doing great with sleeping in crates and going potty outside. We have them practice spending time away from their littermates each day to help with the transition to their new homes in a couple of weeks.
**Note--I originally put the wrong collar colors on the weight chart with the two chocolate boys. The smallest boy has a red collar with a white patch on his chest. The larger chocolate boy has a blue collar.**
September 28, 2020
This week everyone learned to use the dog door to go potty. YAY! It's always a great day here when puppies go outside to go potty. They have all switched over to hard crunch puppy food and they are all doing great. They had their first Parvo vaccine--Neopar--which will help their immune systems start getting prepared to fight off one of the most common puppies diseases. This week we will continue practicing 'sit to say please' and we will continue to introduce new people, toys, sounds and experiences every day.
September 21, 2020
The babies are 4 1/2 weeks old. Everyone is doing so great! There isn't a lot of difference in temperament between them--there isn't one dominant or shy puppy in this group which we love to see. They are just ready to start using the dog door to go potty and as they get their back teeth they will start eating hard crunch food. They spend time outside in the back yard every day and they also spend time playing with all the kids at our house every day.
September 12, 2020
Maggie and the babies have been enjoying the beautiful summer afternoons! The puppies are all walking on steady legs and have just started potty training with paper trays in their box. This week the babies will start trying soft food and they will continue potty training and teething!
September 8, 2020
The babies are all awake! This week the babies all opened their eyes and they are just starting to toddle around. They don't have any teeth yet and they still spend most of their time nursing and sleeping and snuggling. Maggie has started sleeping outside of the box but she still nurses every couple of hours. This week the babies will get more steady on their feet and they will start to interact with each other. Once they are walking we will add clearly separated potty and sleeping area to help get potty training started! We continue to hold and interact and stimulate the puppies every day.
August 24, 2020
Maggie has five healthy babies! They were born the morning of Thursday, August 20, 2020. All of the babies were born healthy and they are all growing right on schedule! For the first two weeks the babies are in the neonatal period. Their neuro-pathways are still developing. They can't see or hear and are primarily driven by smell and touch. Maggie spends virtually all of her time nursing and cleaning the puppies. We handle each puppy every day to help develop and condition their little nervous systems. Adding a small amount of stress helps to develop resiliance and trainability as they get older. They will open their eyes at about 2 weeks old and shortly after that they will start walking and interacting with the world around them. Until then we focus on keeping mom calm and happy so she can do her job taking care of the babies.
Maggie and Pierre
20-30 pounds apricot, cream and black miniature doodles
This is our second litter with Maggie and Pierre. They will have cream, apricot and black miniature goldendoodles. These babies will be a great option for those who are concerned with allergies.
We have received rave reviews from the puppies from the first litter with these parents. We are confident that these puppies will be soft, curly, friendly, outgoing and great for families.