News and Updates
7-19-21 We’ve had a busy puppy room since late Thursday night/early Friday morning. Bailey delivered 5 puppies from 11 pm to 4 am. On Saturday at 8:30, Artemis delivered 10 puppies. I the middle of her delivery, Sophie got in on the action by delivering 4 puppies of her own. I am working on getting photos on each litter’s page. Rosie is likely to deliver her medium F1 goldendoodles tonight since her temperature went way down last night.
7-14-21 Tinkerbell is healing well from her spay and will be ready to go to her new family in a couple of weeks. She is just as happy as ever!
Sophie is still hanging on to her babies and her temperature is not showing that deliver is eminent. Bailey and Artemis are right on her heels. Bailey’s temp is actually lower than Sophie’s today, but not near the 99 degree mark. Generally, when the temp falls into the 99 degree range, delivery is less than 24 hours away! We also have one more pregnancy with Rosie, our dark red golden retriever and Bilbo. She is due in a few weeks and is already showing. This will be her first litter. I will post some photos of her in the next few days.
Our waiting list for miniature Goldendoodles is now closed unless you already have a puppy from Quartz Mountain.
6-30-21 We just want to let you all know that Tinkerbell underwent a miscarriage a week ago and is doing fine, but there will be no puppies from her. She will be spayed next week and after healing from that surgery, will be going to a new home. Also, we have 3 confirmed pregnancies and they are all due in July. Sophie and Phoenix are due early in July, Bailey and Phoenix are due mid July and Artemis and Colt are due the third week of July.
6-5-21 ******Mini Goldendoodle wait list opening at 10 am on Saturday, June 26 by email only. ***********Just send me an email and I will send a waiting list back to the first 20 people who respond. You can fill out the form and send it back with a $300 deposit to secure your spot on the waiting list. I anticipate 3 or 4 litters ready to go home from fall to the end of the year. Puppies will be $3000 unless they are particolored. Partis are $300 more.
5-21-21 We are working to update photos and there are a few videos on Facebook and Instagram. We have decided to release Calliope to be adopted. We were planning to keep her for breeding, but we discovered a tiny umbilical hernia and cannot breed her after all. She went to her new home last week and her new family adores her.
5-20-21 Exciting news for everyone on our medium bernedoodle waiting list! We are taking Artemis to the vet today to breed with an outside stud, Colt. We hope for her first litter to be beautiful and be born near July 23. I can’t add any more people on her waiting list till I know she is pregnant and we have more puppies than people waiting. I am just so happy to anticipate Artemis’ first litter! We have also bred Tinkerbell (medium), Sophie (mini), and Bailey (mini) in the last few weeks.
5-17-21 We have 3 spots open for BB’s black mini goldendoodles. They are awesome, funny pups who get all of Frankie’s attention and yes, they are spoiled! Sophie and Bailey have been bred for litters in July, hopefully. Tinkerbell has been bred for medium goldendoodle pups in July and Artemis is going to be bred next week for medium bernedoodles. It is very busy around here with our puppies growing and playing and new pregnancies! Remember, we are opening our list for medium sized goldendoodles on Saturday morning right at 10. I have an F1 boy from Lilly and Lincoln who will be going to someone on this new waiting list. He is ready to go home on May 27, so someone won’t be waiting very long!
5-10-21 Lily (Cleo) has 6 new babies to care for in her first litter. There are 4 girls and 2 boys and photos on her page. The new waiting list for medium goldendoodles will open on the 22nd. More info is on the waiting list page. We will be taking new photos of BB’s pups tomorrow and getting them on the website as soon as possible. Also, we are looking for a very secure guardian home for our new mini phantom poodle male, Pippen. He will be the sire of our bernedoodes in about a year if he passes all his health tests.
5-1-21 I just posted new photos of Arya and Lilly’s puppies. Thank you for your patience! Our daughter got married last weekend and most of our time was occupied by that! BB’s puppies have opened their eyes and will get photos this coming week. And, in less than 2 weeks, Cleo/Lily will present us with a whole new bunch of adorable puppies. We will be starting the process of selections for Lilly’s puppies on May 6 and for Arya’s puppies on May 11.
*******My waiting list for medium goldendoodles will open up sharply at 10:00 on Saturday, May 22 via email only. At that time, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond back. I will send out waiting list forms to the first 20 people which can be filled out and returned along with a $300 deposit. When I have received both items, your name will be added to the waiting list and when it comes time to select puppies, you will be invited to come, play with and choose your puppy in the order you appear on the waiting list. Puppies will be $3,000 unless the are parti colored. Partis are $300 more.*****
4-13-21 Lots of news! My daughter and I went to visit Lily/Cleo and performed a pregnancy test which came back resoundingly positive! So, we expect some medium apricot and parti pups in another month!
Then, on Monday, I went over to BB’s home at 11 pm because the time of her delivery had come! She now has 10 new puppies. There are 6 black puppies and 4 red-apricot puppies. There are 4 girls and 6 boys as well! BB did an awesome job and has taken to motherhood with ease! Frankie has named all the puppies with names beginning with the letter L in honor of her and her husband’s last name.
4-7-21 Gabbi’s prospective puppy owners are beginning to come and select their puppies! Everyone is having a great time with that process!
Lilly had 7 puppies on Thursday, April 1 and Arya had 5 puppies on Tuesday, April 6. She has 4 girls and 1 boy. I visited BB yesterday and I think she is going to have a large litter. She feels like a basketball! Lily’s (Cleo) guardian family feels she might very well be pregnant. She has thrown up twice and her nipples seem enlarged. So, I am hopeful that she is going to give us puppies in May.
3-25-21 There are new photos of Gabbi’s pups on her litter page. In about 2 weeks, we will begin having visitors for her puppies. Lilly and Arya and BB are all looking round and full of puppies.
3-4-21 Gabbi had 7 puppies early Tuesday morning. There are 4 girls and 3 boys. All the pups will go to people already on our waiting list. Arya is next to have her pups in the beginning of April. Lilly will be having medium sized pups close to Arya. BB will follow them later in the month of April with minis. Lily (Cleo) will be bred this coming weekend for mediums. So, lots of babies coming!
2-22-21 All of Tinkerbell’s puppies have gone to their new homes and Bailey’s puppies start leaving this coming weekend. I am beginning to contact people on my mini list for Sophie’s puppy selections. Gabbi’s guardian family wrote me last week saying that all of a sudden Gabbi was looking pregnant and her tummy seemed to have doubled overnight. When I visited her 3 weeks ago, we were all convinced she was not pregnant, so I didn’t do the blood test. Well, she surprised us and is now looking definitely pregnant! She is due the first week of March.
1-29-21 We have people coming to visit Tinkerbell and Bailey’s puppies beginning in February. They are getting fatter and fuzzier by the day. They are very happy, friendly pups. In other medium goldendoodle news, Lilly has been bred and I will know in 5 weeks if she is pregnant. BB just went into heat and will be bred in about a week and a half.
For our minis, Sophie’s puppies will be opening their little eyes soon and be moving about in a week or so. I should know in about a week if Gabbi is pregnant. My daughter took off for college in Riverside, 8 hours away, and the day after she arrived, Arya went into heat! So, I am driving half way to meet her on Saturday to bring Arya home for breeding. I will be breeding Arya in a little over a week. All in all, it is a busy time around here.
1-23-21 Tinkerbell’s pups are 4 week old and I will be reaching out to the first 6 people on my waiting list to set up visits for people to come, play with the pups, and make their selections. Bailey’s pups are beginning to work their way out of the whelping box and will be exploring the puppy room soon. Sophie had her pups last Saturday night and they are growing well and looking sweet and healthy! Sophie is a very protective mother and her babies are kept shiny and clean. I have posted a few new photos of them. I hope to do Bailey’s puppies’ photos tomorrow or Monday. I can do a pregnancy test for Gabbi next week to see if she is pregnant and Lilly has just gone into heat, so we will be breeding her in a week and a half.
1-6-21 Bailey and Tinkerbell’s pups are growing fatter by the day and Tinkerbell’s babies are just starting to open their eyes! I’ll take photos on Friday. Sophie is getting rounder and rounder and due on the 16th. Gabbi has been bred to Phoenix, but we won’t know if she is pregnant for a month and there is the possibility that she might go into heat again. She has had a split heat twice in the past and I don’t know if she will do the same thing this time.
We do not have any open waiting lists at this point. I don’t anticipate opening any lists till approximately February and that will be for F1 or F1B medium pups from Lilly and BB.
1-1-21 Two things happened today. Our little Tinkerbell boy passed away peacefully with his little head resting comfortably on the stuffed animal we had placed in the basket with him. There must have been something going on internally that we couldn’t see.
After checking on him, I looked in on Bailey and Tinkerbell and discovered that in 2 hours, Bailey had delivered her first litter, all by herself! She had 6 babies and they all looked fat and healthy. Happy New Year!
12-27-20 Tinkerbell started running a fever of 103.1 and we called the vet for advice. Since she was still eating well and acting completely normal, we decided to just watch her for signs of improvement and by morning, her temperature was down to normal range. The tiniest puppy, who was about a third the size of his siblings was not able to maintain his body’s temperature, so he came inside to be placed in a basket with a heating pad. He was bottle-fed every 2-3 hours and on antibiotics. He ate well, but never vigorously.
12-26-20 Tinkerbell had 6 puppies from 11 pm on Christmas Eve and ending at 8 am Christmas morning. I could tell she still had a puppy inside, so, by late afternoon, at our vet’s advice, we gave her some oxytocin. It increased her contractions, but no puppy was produced. After a second dose of oxytocin an hour later and still no pup, Tom took her to the vet’s office. He tried a couple of different things, but no luck. So, at 9:30 pm, he performed a C-section and 2 puppies were born limp, lifeless and dehydrated. Tinkerbell was also dehydrated and was given an entire bag of IV fluids. One puppy, a male, was revived and given fluids, but the other was unresponsive. At 12:30 am, Tom brought home a groggy momma dog and a fat, hungry, very large puppy. The vet advised us to watch Tinkerbell closely for fever or other signs of infection. All of the puppies did well with bottle feeding in her absence.
12-23-20 I am beginning to think that Tinkerbell will hold onto her puppies till Christmas Day again, just like last year! What a dog! She was due on Monday, but no signs of any changes yet. I take her temperature twice a day and when it plummets down below 98 degrees, she will have puppies within 24 hours!
Bailey is due in the first week of January and Sophie is due in the middle of the month. Gabbi just went into heat and should be bred the first week of January for puppies in March or April. She has had split heats the last two pregnancies and has been rebred a month after her first breeding. Makes life interesting! Our two new mini bernedoodle girls are growing and learning their manners well. One of them, Snickers, has been claimed by our daughter who is working hard on potty training and obedience training. Her hardest lesson is to learn to take treats gently. I don’t even think she tastes the treat, but just gulps it right down without even chewing! Shasta, her sister is in a guardian home nearby and is really doing amazing things with her owners and big brother, Truckee, who was a Paisley puppy. Both girls are absolutely stunning!