Spring 2020

You may be wondering “whats new and coming up on the farm”? Please feel free to call or email anytime if you are currently on our waitlist and looking for “updates” with potential litters OR if you are looking to get your name on our waitlist. We would love to hear from you either way! I apologize for not posting more updates, but we will try to do better in the future. Everyday since the move in December we feel more “at home” and settled. I planted peach, pear and apple trees yesterday and I’m slowly getting back into Gardening and doing things that make this land feel like “home”! Working/training horses and dogs is what makes me smile on a day-to-day basis and being with them brings me more joy than I can express! I am so blessed have my animals and family so close to me – God is so good! Of course, our priority jobs have kept us busy, such as getting our dog houses “comfy” for our mamas and trying to get, water, electricity and air-conditioning units put in for our big Berners before the heat comes. Luckily, my husband was able to take off work and come down before the move to get some of the bare necessities done! As you can only imagine moving dogs, horses and kids 1,400 miles across the country is not an easy task! It does take time for things to feel normal, I’ve come to find out routine is everything!!! Not only for our children, but also for the dogs and animals. Believe it or not, they thrive with stability and gravitate to their human owners with the most level, calm and stable personality type. So, we try to do our very best to find balance; a happy-medium with work and play, not only for our children but for our animals, as well. We cannot do anything without our Heavenly Father helping us every step of the way. So, we are very thankful.

We look forward to having a litter or two of F1 Mini Bernedoodles this year! Currently, “BurjDe” is being progesterone tested every 48 hours at our local veterinarian. The Pulaski Vet Clinic has been PHENOMENAL for all our needs, they specialize in stock animals and companion animals. They know all my dogs by name already, and we could not be happier with their services, love, care and commitment they have for animals. BurjDe is still showing low numbers, but within the next week she should be ready. We will be artificially inseminating her with Winston. An ultra-sound for pregnancy confirmation can be done at four weeks gestation. We do expect 100% tri-colors with Winston.

Coming up this year, you can also expect a litter of F1 Standard Bernedoodles! We expect some flashy colors (50% Merle and 50% Tri-color)! So, Please stay posted for our new Standard Bernedoodle Babies!

Currently, we do have some availability, including: F1 Mini Goldendoodles, F1b Medium Goldendoodles and (soon to be born) F1 Petite Goldendoodles! Please, check out our “Available Puppies” page for updates.

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doth shall prosper.

Psalm 1:1-3 KJV
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