Good morning Sue,
Sorry I haven’t gotten back to you sooner on Buck’s new name. We have chosen Jax. He is such a blessing and only after having him for 4
days, we cannot imagine our lives without him. He has adjusted wonderfully and loves to play! I know for me personally, when I had to come
to work on Monday and leave him at home in the crate, it saddened me. My heart ached for him to be at work with me or me, home with him.
I just could not wait to get home just as Barry and Chris could not either. Yesterday was the 1st time he had messed in his crate and that was
because he would not pee for me before leaving for work. Granted, he had peed at 5 that morning, but would not do it again after eating and
drinking that morning. But this morning, I took him out at 5 when I got up and again at 7:15 before leaving for work. He peed both times and
pooped once. He has also slept through the night. He whines for about 5 minutes when we 1st put him in his crate for bed time, and then he’
s quiet and sleeps the whole night. If one of us gets up in the middle of the night, he whines until we get back in bed. It’s the cutest thing!
I am attaching a couple of pictures……
Thanks for such a wonderful, beautiful, and loveable Doodle.
We call him our little ‘Jax-a-Doodle’!!
Good morning Sue.
This is just a note to let you know that Ashton (my great grandson wanted to name him Blazer) is just doing great. He is a smart puppy. A lovable
adorable little puppy. We love him so much and he is a great part of our family. He is eating good, going to the bathroom outside, playing, just a
great puppy. I put a bell on the door and he is now ringing the bell to let me know he wants to go outside. I think that is just incredible. Our
neighbor has an Italian greyhound. She is Lulu and is very small. She is so fast, has real long legs, but anyway, Blazer just loves to play with her.
When they see each other they bark to get together. We will take him to his first obedience class on Saturday. We took him to a socialization class
last Friday and he had fun there playing with the other puppies and people.
I want to thank you for such a wonderful little puppy. We will enjoy him for years. He is so good.
Just wanted you to know he is happy, and has a good loving home.
We adopted "Riggly" (aka-Kelly), from BPD, in March.
My husband and I want to thank you, in addition to BPD, as we adore & love Riggly. He is adorable, fun, full of energy and so smart!!! We feel
so lucky to have such an awesome little guy! Thank you for your great breeding of Doodles, and assuring his safe journey to San Diego, CA,
where he get to play in water, which he loves!
Off to "Dog Beach"!!!
thanks again for Riggly......
Marcee & Scott
San Diego, CA
Hazel is off to a great start. She was absolutely perfect cominghome and getting used to her surroundings.
Our autistic boy Luke is over his initial fear and now is just curiously cautious.
We decided on the way home to name her "Nilla" since she is southern and is the same color as a vanilla wafer.
Maddie was out of Ellie/Scooter litter from 8/28/08 Her name is now, after 4 or 5 name changes, Mahalo. This means "thank you" in Hawaiian.
And how I thank you and everyone for her. I have had a dog for most of my 62 years and NEVER had such a wonderful, smart, and beautiful
dog. She was the one that was so shy. She still is quiet and reserved. My grandchildren call her "The Duchess". She goes with me
everywhere. What a great companion and friend. Mahalo and Thank you!!! Holli Green
I wanted to let you know that this was one of the best days ever. We are so in love with our little puppy. We just adore his little personality
and he is even cuter in person, if that was possible.
My husband picked him up from the airport this morning and we surprised the kids.
I wanted to let you know our family has decided to name him Cody. It was a name we all loved for him. You can move forward in changing his
records to his new name.
I have attached a picture of our family (Zachary is 8yrs old and Reegan turned 5 yrs old just Monday) with our newest addition. I already can't
imagine our family without Cody and it has been less than 12 hours. :-)
We promise to give him lots and lots of love.
Take care, Shauna
p.s. I bought a bell today and we are trying to start training him on what it means. If you have any suggestions, please don't hesitate to share
Just dropping a note to update you on Lacey (Blondie's 03/03/09 liter). I took vacation upon her arrival, so for 10 days she never left me. I
played with her all day and noticed she always went to get my house shoes. So, on her first night, it went well because I had a soft bed pad in
her crate with one of my tee-shirts and a stuffed dog and my house shoe which she sleeps on.
She is wonderful although she is already spoiled. She stays at my wife's feet all day while she works on a computer from home. Then when I
get home she comes running with an exuberant greeting. If we go off in the car she has a car seat in my car and a full back-seat pet-blanket
in my wife car, which has a pillow and her toys. She stays with one or both of us constantly from morning until bed time. She loves her crate
at night or whenever the vacuum cleaner is running. Since, I picked her up from the airport, I have gotten her use to blow dryers and I held
my electric razor close to her to prepare her for grooming. Last Wednesday was her first grooming, to which she did great ( I have attached a
few picture below.) It was a light trim, more for getting her use to it, than needing a cut.
To show a bit of her personality.....she loves to be held. If some of her toys are in her bed room (yes she has her own room) and some toys in
our room....she takes inventory of all her toys every morning and she collects all of them into one room by her day-time bed (a soft puffy pink
bed). She doesn't like to be told "no", but does mind when told that. If I set a phone or remote down and I tell her not to bother it, she
doesn't bother it, but she will bark at it. She loves to play fetch and tug-of-war. She loves to roll in grass and tries to eat it too. We get tickled
at her because she likes to sneak into our closet and steal either socks or house shoes. Then she eases out the closet and once she
reaches the door she bolts to her day bed.
She will set, set-up and heel on command.....especially if a treat is the reward. She never meets a stranger and has a dog-pal next door.
She goes to the vet again next Tuesday for more shots. I believe she is about 7 to 8 pounds now. Will update you again around her 6-month.
Bottom line: She is happy and makes us that way to.
Regards: The Murdock Family
May 2010 - One year update on Lacey, (actually 14 months) from (Blondie & Cooper's 03/03/09 litter). See photos below.
She is now 20 pounds and 15 inches tall. The only thing that is changed since the last note is our affection has only grown for her. She is still
so loving, sweet and gentle. Since my wife works from home she is rarely left alone.... at most two hours a week. She goes everywhere with
us. Everyone just melts when they meet her. She is soooo, bubbly and happy, she make you fill happy and loved too. She even loves other
dogs, cats, rabbits...it doesn't matter she likes them all. Only sweetness, not an ounce of aggression, except on her toys. It is kind of odd, but
she naturally knows what is hers. I don't even have to tell or show her... and she doesn't bother anything that she shouldn't.... she just knows.
She gets so excited with new toys and I usually get her one about every couple of weeks.
I can't even imagine life without her. She is so in-twined in our entire family. Both of our parents, the children and of course the
grandchildren just love her. They seems to look more forward to seeing her than us. Yes, she is spoiled.... but totally deserves it.
Regards: Steve, Cheryle & Lacey
Kingston is the sweetest, most gentle dog! I just love him to death. Not a day goes by that someone doesn't stop me to find out about him.
Looking forward to Kingston II ! Kingston weighs 53 pounds @ 11 months old.
I am the lady that spoke to you when Rick and Jen Geller got Tanner. I am their trainer. I just wanted to tell you what a great dog Tanner is
and how well he is learning as is the Geller family. I also want to tell you how impressed I am with the kennel you run. It is obvious you want
the best for your dogs and let me tell you that Tanner has got the best! I hear everyone wants a Tanner! They should all be so lucky! I can
certainly picture him seeing the kids through their high school years. If I ever know of anyone wanting a golden-doodle, I will certainly send
them your way. I am sure you will get lots of updates over time. It was nice talking to you and it is a pleasure to work with one of your dogs.
He is a quick learner! :-)
Liz Gruen, Trainer
I just want to say thank you for everything. I absoulutely love Jackson Nash. He is so calm and happy and hasn't cried once. He just acts like
he belongs here. My granddaughter cried when she went home tonight because she didn't want to leave him. Everybody loves him; he is
precious! And his care package had everything - how nice. Let me know if you have any problem opening his picture.
Thanks so much,
This is my "Summer", she is the love of my life. This picture was taken at a park across the street from my house. She lives in the water, can't
seem to get her out of it, haha. She gets along great with my other animals, she and my boyfriend's 100 lb. Lab are inseparable. She took first
prize in her Halloween outfit, we did a 3 mile walk and came in first also. She always has a smile on her face and all the kids in the
neighborhood LOVE her. They come knocking on my door so they can play with her. One person told me I should have named her
HOLLYWOOD because she looks like a star, she really is that beautiful. I only want to thank you "her Grandma", for raising her for those first 8
weeks because you raised a doll. Thanks so much and I will send more pictures as they come along.
Today, my son Eddie was home with him and he thought Cooper was in the kitchen...he is usually blocked in there with screens until he is
trained...and he kept calling his name. He finally found him UPSTAIRS...under our bed...where we store tons of shoes!!! he probably thought he
died and went to puppy heaven, because he loves shoes!!!
We couldn't figure out how he got up the stairs because he doesn't do stairs...in fact we called him up, just to try to figure out how he did it,
and he was all sea legs. Goes to show his persistence1 he is a darling....and very smart. he will pee on command because we give him a little
treat when he does. can't wait for you to see him!
I am glad that you received the flowers and I hope you know that I am so grateful to you for raising such a dear, dear puppy. She had a great
checkup at the vets. Will get the remainder of her shots on schedule. I will be taking her in every three weeks for the time being. We start
Puppy Training for four weeks next Saturday. I will have her spayed in September. She already walks with me several times a day. Obeys come
and sit. She is puppy pad trained and is doing pretty well on going outside. I give her a treat every time she goes out in the yard. She loves my
garden. Bats at the roses with her paws and chases rabbits like a hound dog. I love when she falls asleep in my lap and snores. She is truly
darling and very social with all my neighbors and their kids and dogs. She has given me a new lease on life and I love her to bits. I will stay in
touch and again thank you for your work. I have given your card to some of my neighbors, If you think of it send me some more. Fondly, Carole
P. S. The first night I put her in the laundry room and put up the baby gate. I went to bed and set my alarm for 6:30. The alarm went off and I
woke up thinking, what a great dog , she never even cried during the night. Well, as I went to get out of bed, I threw back the covers, and
there she was at the foot of the bed all curled up and sound asleep.
She had wiggled and worked the gate so she could get out and climbed two flights of stairs to find me. Needless to say she will be in the
bedroom at night. I am going to put her crate in the bay window area so she will be with me. What a cutie!!!
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Just wanted you to know we have been enjoying our loveable Remo, he is a wonderful, beautiful, smart, doodle, he is part of our family, what
a treasure, he is potty trained and is only alittle over 4 months, fact is he did extremely well, and did his business mostly outside from the
beginning, we kept a close eye on him and encouraged him just like you recommended. He knows how to sit, drop, Pound it (hand shake), up,
and stand, and is still learning, he keeps us laughing, he loves, loves, the snow, I wish I had more pictures of him in the snow, we get to
playing, and he is so fast and furious, we laugh like kids. Remo can climb 5-6 ft steep embankments of snow. Remo is amazing, he tons of fun
and just keeps getting better. We had forgotten what it was like to have a puppy. We have learned. We take walks daily, and he is learning
the leash, he likes to retrieve, and we have an agility course for him. He loves to climb and does the flying nip (we’re working on this). Thanks
Sue, we’ll keep you posted.
Love the Schaefers
Just wanted to let you know that we arrived home safely, and Bella is making friends with our other doodle, Callie. We actually changed Bella's
name to Penelope, and we call her Penny for short. Here is a picture of Penny and Callie meeting, I think they will be good friends! I'll be sure
to send more pictures as she grows!
Thanks again for our wonderful puppy, she's great!
We just wanted to let you know how Princess is doing. She did absolutely fantastic on the long car ride home. She pottied outside when we
stopped and slept most of the way. Our girls were so surprised when we brought her home. I have attached pictures of them with Princess.
We have changed her name to Zuzu. She slept all night in her kennel without a whimper and didn’t potty in it either. She went right when we
took her outside this morning. I think she was exhausted from all the attention and love the girls gave her last night. Our girls just can’t get
enough of her! It was so very nice to meet you and your family yesterday and thank you once again for our adorable Zuzu!!
The Boucher Family
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I just wanted to thank you for everything! Brody is just a doll, he is so well behaved, playful, and sweet! He slept the entire 6 hour drive home,
and you are right, he does great in the car!
So far so good, Brody has not had one accident in the house and has been going outside! He slept well last night in his new crate, which
He is a great little puppy and we are looking forward to everything to come! He is just so fun! Thank you for raising such a great puppy!
Brody and Emily
We got home safe and sound. The puppy slept on my lap just about the whole way home - he is so cuddly and cute! And I was very impressed
that he peed on the grass! I have already bought him a bunch of puppy play toys and he loves them. And you were right - he follows me
around everywhere like a shadow. Too cute!
Thanks again - my husband and I are thrilled with our new family member - and he is getting spoiled already :)
Take Care. Talk soon.
P.S. We have decided to name him "Eddie" as my husband is a huge fan of the band "Pearl Jam" and the lead singer of the band is Eddie
I thought you might like to see a recent picture of Luna. She is not very patient when it comes to posing for me so this is the best one I have.
She had her annual check up today and weighed in at 48 pounds. She is healthy, happy, smart, sweet and playful. Not to mention very
determined to have someone petting her at all times. Her favorite thing is playing ball when not getting belly rubs. She keeps going even
after we stop. She usually grabs another toy in her mouth and kicks her ball all over the living room.
We have had a few unexpected surprises recently. She is going to be a big sister soon. We are expecting a daughter around Thanksgiving
and I'm very anxious to see how she handles that. She is generally good with small children she just doesn't always remember how big she is.
It might be hard for her not to be the baby but I think she'll do great.
I'll try to send you and good picture if I can slow her down long enough!
Thanks again for such a wonderful addition to our family.
Good morning from Haddie!
She is the BEST puppy! We all love her - the whole neighborhood. :) 8-18-12