Breed: Multi-Gen Goldendoodle
Coat Color: Red Abstract
Coat type: Wavy/Sraight, low/non shedding
Hair Curl: -/-
Birth Day: April 22, 2019
Height: 17 inches
Weight: 21 pounds
Penn Hip:Right DI 0.38
Left DI 0.41
OFA Patella: Normal
OFA Cardiac: Normal
Eye Cerf: Pending
Full Clear Embark panel
Clear for 160 Genetic Conditions
Lives with a guardian family here in Twin Falls
Masi & Maverik
Miniature Multi-generational Goldendoodles 20-30 pounds
Due: Born March 11, 2021
Match Date: Around April 21st
Go home: May 7th
Red or Red abstract with white markings:
1. Jann Boyer--Pink collar tiny girl
2. Brooke Jockin--lt. blue collar girl
3. Mike and Kendra Cook--red collar boy
4. Amy Mink--Forest Green Boy
White with red markings:
5.Bryan Clapper Redwood City, CA--orange collar girl
6. Mike Ackerman--Purple collar girl
7.Heather Kooren Happy Valley, OR. Grey collar Boy
April 8, 2021
Masi's babies are all doing great! They are all up walking and they have started playing and interacting with each other. They still occasionally fall over as they toddle around but they are getting better and better every day!
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. We feed the babies outside so they get used to going potty on grass--puppies usually eliminate within a few minutes of eating or drinking. They still don't spend a lot of time outside as they are still learning to walk and interact with the world around them safely.
The babies are two weeks old now. They are just leaving the neonatal period and entering the transitional period which will last from 14-21 days.
We expect everyone's eyes to be completely open in the next few days. It will take a little while for them to be able to see clearly. Their ears are still closed and they can't hear much of what is going on around them. They are starting to move around more and more. We hold and snuggle the puppies every day! During the next two weeks we will begin to introduce them to a 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.
As soon as everyone is up and walking we will divide the whelping box so they have two distinct areas for sleeping and potty. This is the beginning of potty training. Mom still spends a lot of the day with the babies but she will start leaving them more and more as they are able to keep warm on their own and they start walking and interacting with each other.
Masi's babies are just past a week now. Her labor was super fast and easy--about two hours total for all seven deliveries. All of the puppies were born at 8-9 ounces except for our first born little tiny tiny girl. The was born at just 4 ounces. Our little tiny girl is doing great! She was born active and vocal and has been responsive since the minute she arrived. She lost weight in the first few days after birth so we supplemented with a couple of tube feedings each day for the first week. She is latching and nursing all on her own now and we will continue to monitor her weight each day.
We have three red and white puppies in this litter in addition to our tiny girl. We have three families who have been waiting on the list for the three red and white puppies--I will continue to reach out for the other three puppies on Monday.
Previous Puppies from Masi
Masi and Tucker
Miniature multi-gen Goldendoodles
Born July 22, 2020
Go home September 15, 2020
Masi had her puppies late Wednesday night. She had two extreme parti males, one extreme parti female, one abstract male and one abstract female.
These puppies will mature to be about 25-30 pounds full grown and about 17-19 inches.
Masi Reservation list
1) Janell Focht (Abstract female/purple collar) Pullman Wa Paid in Full
2) Caitlin Zumalt (Abstract male/Green) Lincoln CA Paid in Full
3) John & Amanda Hill (parti/Red collar male) Loveland OH paid in full
4) Brady Van Engelen (Parti Yellow collar female) CA Paid in Full
5) Hayley Kinseth (Parti Blue collar male) Dallas, TX Paid in Full
September 8, 2020
These little babies are all doing great. They are using the dog door to go potty without any accidents (yay!) and they are all eating hard food. They put themselves to bed in their shared crates. They don't sleep all by themselves yet. This week we will keep working on learning to "sit to day please" and we will continue to introduce new experiences every day to prepare them to meet their new families!
August 31, 2020
The babies have had a big week! They have moved into the bigger pen with access to the dog door. Everyone is going in and out of the dog door--they still have a paper tray area in their inside pen where they occasionally go potty. They are still getting their molars in so they prefer to eat soft mush food. Over the next week they will start eating hard crunch food and they will be going potty outside 100% of the time. We are working with them learning sit as a default "polite" way to greet us. We introduce new toys and sounds to them each day and most of that is done by the kids around them! They are held and snuggled and loved by our kids neighbors and cousins every single day! They all do great with the kids and they love to be held.
August 11, 2020
Masi's babies are three weeks old! This week they all opened their eyes and are toddling around on wobbling little legs. They moved to a bigger pen. They have access to a crate to sleep in and they are ready to start potty training. They aren't quite ready to start using a dog door. We will start solid soft foods this week and the babies will start spend time outside in the grass. We will introduce them to new toys and items each day to help their little nervous systems develop.
August 4, 2020
Masi and the babies are all doing great! We are watching and waiting for eyes to open. They are still in the neonatal period where the babies can't see or hear. They spend all of their time eating and snuggling with each other and with mama. Everyone is gaining weight and growing right on schedule. We hold and stimulate each puppy every day to help develop resilient nervous systems. They will change dramatically this next week as they open their eyes and start toddling around on their little shaky legs.
Masi/Tucker 1 week
(Blue Boy) -wavy/straight extreme parti apricot/red (Red boy) -wavy/straight extreme parti apricot/red
(Purple Girl) - wavy/straight abstract apricot/red (Yellow girl) -wavy/straight extreme parti apricot/red
(Green boy) -wavy/straight abstract apricot/red
Puppies are 1 week old and have all doubled their weight. These first 3 weeks they grow so fast!
Momma is still doing most of the work right now feeding, cleaning, and keeping them warm and happy. We are enjoying giving them short times of daily handling.
The puppies are entering their 2nd week of the Neonatal period. When the puppies were 3 days old we started Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS). We will continue doing ENS until they are 16 days old. ENS is a combination of different tests and stimuli that is designed to get your puppy comfortable being handled, desensitize him/her to discomforting touch, and get their brains working. We perform a series of tasks from handling the puppy upright, upside-down, on his/her back, tickling his/ her toes, and setting them on a cold surface.