We have one litter planned for this fall, 2022! We purposely didn’t breed anymore females so we could give miss Sophie and her babies our undivided attention. We are accepting reserves now! I expect a flashy litter, 75% of Sophie’s puppies will be parti colored (red and white spots). The others will have white abstract on their face and chest. Israel is the proud sire of this expected litter.
Since the few pups I have are getting a little older and most of our puppies from our summer litters have gone home, I have some free time to do more one-on-one training sessions. This has been so much fun for the kids and I, these few puppies are just thriving!
If you would like to bring a puppy home that has been started on crate training, potty training and leash training this is your chance. An older puppy might be right for you. We are offering these select puppies for an additional small training fee, which goes towards the time we have invested in them.
We are also accepting reserves for F1 Mini-Medium Bernedoodles, F1 Standard Bernedoodles and F1 Mini and Standard Goldendoodles for 2023. We have recently decided to down size our program, so we will no longer be producing F1B’s and Multigenerational Puppies.
If you follow us on social media you know our house is bouncing with doodle puppies! We will start selections for Lady’s F1b Mini Sheepadoodles this weekend, and the weekend of August 23rd we will start selections for Missy’s F1b Mini-Medium Goldendoodles. This is a fun time for our families to meet their puppy on FaceTime or visit the farm during their scheduled visit, we typically give families one hour to talk with us and ask questions about personality type, different coat types and we also provide personality testing when needed. It is important to be in close contact with your breeder if you are concerned about bringing home a puppy that might be too passive natured for your lifestyle, or if you have young children you might be concerned about bringing home a puppy with a more outgoing personality type that could become over-bearing. If you are a highly active and outdoorsy family, this type of puppy might be best to keep up with your busy lifestyle. These are important things to tell your breeder before choosing a puppy, keeping in mind all puppies require consistency and training!
It is also important for your whole family to be on board with the responsibilities of caring, training and grooming your new puppy. Because they need daily exercise, playtime, and nap time. Quiet time for puppies is equally important as exercise. If your puppy is not receiving enough down time or exercise, more often than not you will notice a change in his/her attitude or behavior. This is why we like to hear how they are adjusting once they enter your home. How is their demeanor, do they seem happy/sad or overly rambunctious? Your breeder might have answers to help read your new puppy’s behavior.
We have some exciting litters coming up this summer; F1 mini- medium bernedoodles, F1b mini-medium bernedoodles and (possibly) one litter of F1b mini-medium Goldendoodles! June 2022 might be bouncing with Rollie-Pollie Puppies at the Perry household! Though, we are still waiting on ultra sound confirmations on some of the girls, I expect at least three litters.
Keep in mind the mini-medium litters must be bred via artificial insemination and there is a higher chance of error (not accepting pregnancies) with this process of progesterone testing/breeding. We should have an ultra sound confirmation on these girls at five weeks gestation. Here are the expected due dates:
1. Missy, D.D. – 06/16, F1 Mini/Medium Goldendoodles
2. Fazi, D.D. – 06/24, F1b Mini/Medium Bernedoodles
3. Miss Mae, D.D – 06/24, F1b Micro Bernedoodles
4. Nadja, D.D. – 06/26, F1 Mini/Medium Bernedoodles
5. Uzoma, D.D. – 06/ 30, F1 Mini/Medium Bernedoodles
We had four females and one male (far right, apricot) on Christmas Eve Morning! What an eventful Christmas we had this year welcoming these beautiful babies and our new boy, Floyd Auburn Roe Perry!
These puppies are all reserved. But, if you are interested in joining our waitlist, we may be having some F1 Mini-Medium Bernedoodles early 2022.
These babies were out of Kahn x Chevy, our beautiful F1 Standard Bernedoodle litter. Currently they all have homes, though we are taking reserves for future litters. Please contact us directly, #931-371-0043.
Our Tucker x Paisley babies arrived on February 3rd, 2021. We are feeling blessed to have seven wonderfully colored and perfectly healthy puppies from these two beaut’s. Please fill out our application to get the process started. Take home no sooner than March 31st. These F1 Standard Bernedoodles should mature to 65-75 lbs – Meet our “Chronicles of Narnia” Themed Litter! – SOLD OUT.
Bear and Rose were born on December 17th 2020. These two have the whole package; they’re rollie – pollie in nature, healthy and majestic in stance and appearance. We are ecstatic to have big teddy-bear like standard bernedoodles that closely resemble their Bernese Mountain Dog sire, Kahn.. They both have a blocky nose, white cross on their chest and beautiful white abstract. “Bear” has a gorgeous (flat) and soft flowing coat, where “Rose” has a slightly curlier, long and flowing coat type. Both babies have a very calm, laid back (chill) personality and will do wonderfully almost any family style; with or without children. We are estimating them to mature in the 70-90 lb range. Take home no sooner than February 11th.
Meet Sophie’s Singleton F1b Mini Goldendoodle, DOB: December 26th, 2020. Griffin should mature to 35-45 lbs. He is a very quite natured, and mature little fella. We sure adore his sweet nature and chubby appearance. My daughter, Isla, will miss him greatly when it comes time to say goodbye. Isla always has a few favorite puppies from every litter, so she learned quite quickly that her fur babies often go to families with children (sometimes her age). Which makes her heart so happy! Take-home day for Griffin – no sooner than February 20th, 2021.
Kaarina had a strikingly beautiful litter of five on Jan. 9th 2020. Every puppy was born healthy and thriving, except for the fact Kaarina’s milk didn’t come in fast enough for the increasing demands of her puppies. Kaarina was a great mom regardless and we are so proud of her for the love she showed her babies as a first time mother. On day three I brought the pups to our vet and visited in detail about options and a treatment plan, we all agreed it was best to slowly switch them over to a new mom. I tried to keep them on Kaarina as long as possible so they could get enough “liquid gold” colostrum.. But, it still wasn’t enough. I was just secretly hoping Kaarina would start producing enough milk to reverse the dehydration. After day six of supplementing, administering subcutaneous fluids, and getting very little sleep. Our dear mom Sophie was able to keep up with the growing needs of Kaarina’s babies and her singleton, “Griffin”. It was a blessing in disguise Sophie had only one puppy that was just two weeks older than Kaarina’s babies, so she was able to increase her milk supply quickly! Sophie is now nursing six mini-medium doodles and keeping up wonderfully. We have increased her calorie intake, with raw meat and free choice premium puppy dry pebble, as well as giving her the regular supplements we give all our nursing mothers, including: omega 3 fatty acids, Oral Cal Plus and Oxy Mamma. This experienced momma seems to be enjoying her new babies, you can look for updates on our Facebook page. We are feeling so blessed! Selections are tentatively planned for February 19th. Take home no sooner than March 6th, 2020.