Current and Upcoming Litters

All of our parent dogs go through structural, health, and temperament analysis.  We decide on who to pair based on what dogs we feel best compliment each other in those areas.  Our dogs are not simply chosen for looks.  They are carefully selected to achieve temperament, health and structure goals.  We abide by the goldendoodle breed standard outlined by the Goldendoodle Association of North America (GANA).  The standard is found here.

We also study our parent dogs’ lineage and have their DNA analyzed to ensure that all of our breeding pairs result in low Coefficient of Inbreeding (COI) percentages (below 5 percent).  We value high genetic diversity in our pairings, as we understand that genetic diversity has a correlation to healthier outcomes.  Measuring COI is important while breeding multigenerational lines.  

We primarily breed multigenerational Goldendoodles so that we can achieve a good balance of Golden Retriver to Poodle while selecting for certain traits like looser wavy coats, and the genes correlated to no/low shedding.  Breeding multigenerational lines allows us to work towards standardizing the traits we like. 

All of our parent dogs have had their breed verified by DNA testing.  We also do DNA health panels to test for all breed relevant diseases.   Our parent dogs’ hips are also, X-rayed and submitted for review to either  the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) or Penn Hip.   We also submit X-ray’s of elbows, as well as testing on patellas, heart and eyes to OFA.  Our parent dogs must pass this testing to be included in our breeding program.  We also submit all of their health testing to GANA for 3rd party accountability.  Litters are all registered with GANA as well. 

We will be breeding mini, medium, and 1 standard sized litters for fall/winter.  If looking for that timeframe, feel free to reach out for our tentative plans.  We list upcoming litters once a female has gone into heat so that we can better know the timeframe of the litter.  


Lilo and Nash – Medium Multigen Goldendoodles:

Lilo is a 35 pound multigen goldendoodle.  She is a lazy, mellow dog that loves all people.  Nash is 32 pounds multigenerational Goldendoodle with a coat that is to die for.  Everywhere this guy goes, he is turning heads.  He is not only gorgeous but is such a fun cuddly dog.  These two will throw pups with wavy, no to low shedding coats with white markings.  Their pups are expected to mature in the 30 pound range.  This pairing should produce very well-rounded pups that are well suited for both therapy roles as well as family life.  This size range is small enough to be able to take along in the car but robust enough for hiking and cuddling from little people (aka kids).  This litter has been born and currently has a full deposit list.

Health testing – Embark DNA panels, OFA – hips, elbows, patellas, heart and eyes (both have passing scores on all)



Willow and Nash – Medium Multigen Goldendoodles

Willow is a gorgeous F1b Goldendoodle. She is 48 pounds and has a gorgeous soft wavy red and white parti marked coat. Willow is quite mellow and friendly. She loves to cuddle but is always up for a hike as well. Nash is 32 pounds with a loose wavy red and white coat. He turns heads wherever he goes. He is extremely friendly, confident and playful dog. These pups should be gorgeous shades of apricot to red with loose wavy coats. They will have tuxedo or abstract markings (like Nash) as well as some parti marked pups (like willow). Pups should mature in the 35 – 45 pound range full grown. They should be nice moderate pups temperament wise. We have availability on this list. This litter has been bred and is confirmed pregnant. Pups due mid October will go home mid-December.

Health Testing – Embark DNA panels, OFA hips Willow – Excellent, OFA hips Nash – fair, OFA elbows – normal on both, OFA patellas – normal on both, OFA heart – normal on both, OFA eyes – normal on both


Didi and Ransom – Mini Multigen Goldendoodles

Didi is one of our 30 pound F1 (first generation – 50 percent retriever/50 percent poodle) mamas. She is gentle, calm, and eager to please. Didi loves to go on walks around her neighborhood with her guardian family. She is a favorite of their granddaughter and wonderful with kids. She is a wonderful companion dog. Ransom is owned by our friends at Red Rock Goldendoodles. He is a 25 pound Multigenerational Goldendoodle that is super trainable dog. He earned his Canine Good Citizenship award at 4 months of age and therapy dog certification at 6 months of age. He is a mellow boy that is also always up for a hike or playtime. He is a super friendly, confident boy that loves people.

Didi and Ransom’s pups are expected to mature in the 25 – 35 pound range. The majority of the litter will be wavy coated, along with some curly coats. The coats will be cream, apricot or red with some white chest markings. These pups should make wonderful family pets or therapy prospects. This litter has been bred and is expected to be born end of October and go home around Christmas. We have some availability on this litter

Health testing – Embark DNA panels, OFA hips – good on both, OFA elbows, patellas, heart and eyes (all normal)