f1 Golden Doodles & Bernedoodles due in December
Our belief is early intervention and socialization. Puppies are respectful before they leave us. Meaning no jumping up on children, no nipping or biting. Appointments are required to assure one on one attention with our visitors.
Call or Text 508-558-2221 Nicole or email NICOLE@Doodlelitters.com.
All emails and phone calls will be returned within 24 hours.
Please see FAQ page for additional information
We breed primarily first f1 Goldendoodles, multigen Double Doodles & f1 Bernedoodles. All puppies are no shed - to very little shed. Puppies will vary once adults, depending on parents and grandparents.
F1 Goldendoodles $2,400
45-60lbs full grown
Star due mid December (accepting deposits)
Stella due mid December (accepting deposits)
Luna due mid January (accepting deposits)
Double Doodles $2,400 Multigen
30-45lbs full grown
Minnie due late January (accepting deposits)
Soma due mid December (accepting deposits)
Heidi due mid January (accepting deposits)
Bernedoodle Pricing: $3,600 One color
$4,000 Two colors
$4,600 tri colors
Puppies normally go to new homes at 8 weeks of age. For those that desire a more mature, well mannered puppy, an extra week with breeder makes a huge difference. With this package, there are two visits and a 3 hour family training class that is one on one with breeder with their puppy to educate how to continue the "manners" learned. Cost is $400.00
What kind of manners you wonder...? When puppies are here, they are worked with once they are 5 weeks old. They learn not to jump up on people, not to nip or bite. Basically to be respectful towards people. If you want a quick start to a well mannered "family member", it is YOU that must be trained so not to enable normal puppy behavior.
There is no real reason for a puppy to jump up on people, little children, grab food off of counters and plates, pull on walks, take things off the floor and run with them, chew or destroy household items. Puppies do because they can, because they are allowed to because "they are cute and adorable"...but when it is not cute any longer? When it is too late and they are already programed that they can do no wrong. Not all people need help, but for those who do, I am there for them.
BOARDING ACCEPTED ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS
Our customers are important to us. To give individual attention to each family's needs in a puppy, we do not allow walk ins. Puppies are born in our home and raised in our home.
Taunton, Massachusetts 02780, United States
10:00 am – 05:00 pm
WE ARE OPEN WED-SUN 10am-5pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
People will be coming into our home, so appointments are mandatory.
First of all, to be a successful breeder, one must have a huge passion for dogs, lots of patience, and the desire to help with transition into new homes. Always looking to learn and to breed for not only good looks, but for great traits.
The number one goal a breeder should have is bringing healthy puppies into the world for families to enjoy. Not just a dog, a new family member. Respect for people, manners, rules and lots of love makes for a true member of the family. To teach the puppy not to jump up on people, nip or bite.
Experience is the most crucial. Sincerity, honesty, commitment, all rolled into one. Breeder has been breeding doodles since 2007, prior, Golden Retrievers and Labs. Psychology background and working with the special needs population. has the commitment to both the puppies and the families they go home with. To have a wealth of knowledge to share. To teach and train the puppies at an early age, giving a strong foundation of respect for humans.
Early intervention and socialization leads to a well mannered, balanced, happy puppy. Learning social skills early, working with motor and cognitive skills motivates puppies to learn.
Tough love belief is age appropriate, rules & expectations with lots of love and praise. No treats are used in early training.
One big mistake new puppy owners do, is let the puppy run free - having no rules to speak of in the house. Crate training is essential, not only for safety, but for control.
Dogs are den animals and enjoy the feeling of being in a place of their own. That is started here at 6 weeks of age. Quite difficult to house train a puppy if it is running all over.
Puppies are all conceived, born and trained here in a home setting. All breeding males and females are personally owned or are in guardian homes.
Puppies are primarily 2nd generation or multi generation. That is done for consistant traits, such as no shedding, nice waves to soft curly coats, less "poodle look".
I have been breeding for over 15 years. Many New England families' have my Golden Retrievers & Labs, which I bred for 5 years or so.
Now only breeding doodles, I still strive to keep much of the golden and lab traits. Nothing like those two breeds. Breeding in the traits of the poodle; intelligence, no shedding and a wave to the coats...to me , is the prefect dog. As I say..."You need a poodle to doodle!"
Taking a break with my granddaughter! We went for a ride around the backyard in the golf cart.
My two grown children and my grandchildren are in Florida. One in Orlando, and one in West Palm Beach. I try to visit in between litters, preferably NOT in the summer months!
We are primarily breeding third generation doodles. Late summer we will have a litter of F1 Goldendoodles again. We also breed multi gen Aussiedoodles, Double Doodles and Bernedoodles. Pre-training of the puppies and offering family "Boot Camp" is what we take much pride in.