Updated NOVEMBER 16, 2019-
Pending Mother Nature, I have developed a tentative plan for my breeding in 2020. Zuni and Onyx have been bred so that's a pretty solid plan. Millie is coming up soon. Scroll down on this page to check that and all 2020 breeding plans out. It's never to early to start planning for your puppy next year.
After reading my breeding plans (below) for 2020 and you've decided which litter you may be interested in and you have read Price page and what happens after reservation page, please contact me via email or phone, but only after you've read about my upcoming litters and think one of them would work for your family. This saves both of us time.
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All my parents are fully health tested against any genetic diseases common to their breed. Hips, elbows and patellas are all approved. Eyes are examined and approved for breeding with a certified canine ophthalmologist. All puppies are hypo allergenic and as non-shedding as a dog can be.
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PLEASE TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION WHEN PUTTING IN RESERVATION FOR PUPPIES. For your sake, my sake, and especially for puppies sake, I HAVE TO BE FIRM ON THIS.
Puppies are picked up for your forever
homes when they are about 7 1/2 weeks old. (That is the Friday after they turn 7 weeks). The State requires puppy pick up
should be at 7 weeks. This date is very important. Make time for
this new family member. Those with reservations will get this date as soon as breeding has occurred.
As soon as I give you this date, mark your
calendar. Plan vacations accordingly. If looking at a spring litter, take into account your spring vacations. If this date does not work and you can't work something out with a trainer or a friend or family member, I
can only keep your puppy for just a few extra days. It's not fair to the puppy to be left here alone with no other siblings or
their new family. They need to begin training and to be loved by you. If your pick up date is a problem you will have to move to the next litter.
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Cedar and Finn puppies have all found their forever homes.
Keep scrolling to learn about all my breeding plans for 2020.
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Tentative plans for breeding 2020 –
These reservations are filling up so don't hesitate to get your reservation in.
Breeding Pair Breeding Born Home
Ollie/Malechi November 11 Jan. 11 March 6
ZUNI IS IN HEAT. Zuni and both Ollie and Ollie/Malechi have honeymooned and all went just as planned .(Yes, this is acceptable behavior in the dog world- lol) Puppies will go home March 6. Zuni is a beautiful sable/white parti Goldendoodle, Ollie is a black/white parti Australian Labradoodle. This pair has had wonderful litters in the past and this will be their last litter together. I am going to dual sire this litter so that I get some solid color puppies. Zuni has big litters and I'd like some solid blacks or solid apricots. This is a common practice in the breeding world. I will know who the daddy is because of color of pups. Any two-color (parti) brown and white or black and white are Ollie's. Any solid color black or apricot pups are Malechi's. Zuni/Malechi pups are Goldendoodles and Zuni/Ollie pups are Double Doodles. Read about Double Doodles here. Pups are wavy-curly, They are all standards. They mature at 55-65#. Zuni and Ollie will retire after this litter. Ollie will live forever here at Doodles of the Valley and Zuni will live with her forever home with her wonderful family and one of her sweet puppies in Markesan, WI. Malechi lives in Larsen @ GoldendoodlesbyEllie. He will continue his career for a few more years there. Thanks Ellie for the use of this lovely boy.
Onyx/Finn November 14. Jan. 16 . March 6
ONYX IS IN HEAT. Onyx and Finn have had a wonderful honeymoon. Puppies will go gome home March 6. If your on her list and this date doesn't work, contact me soon so I can get you on another litter. Litter reservations are filling up fast. Onyx is a jet black standard Goldendoodle weighing 52#. Finn is a smaller apricot Goldendoodle weighing only 30#. This will be their third litter together because I love this pair. They’ll have a wonderful wavy coat – not to curly. I expect solid black, solid brown and solid apricot puppies in this litter. Some of them being parti’s (two color). So their will be a kaleidascope of colors. So much fun to see what Mother Nature decides. Puppies should mature at 40-45#. This is Onyx’s last litter. She’ll retire in Door County and have a wonderful life.
I can take one more reservation. Must be willing to take either sex
Millie/Guinness Late Nov. Late January Late March
Millie is a very playful fun
loving black and white Australian Labradoodle.
Her top weight is 40#. Guinness
is a smaller Goldendoodle weighing only 25#.
This will be their third litter together because I love this pair. This litter gives me very unique color combinations. I get solid blacks and browns and parti blacks and browns. I also get "phantom" coloring - meaning tri-color. Click on "phantom" to see an example of a puppy like that. Millie is also retiring after this litter and
will stay here at Doodles of the Valley. These puppies mature about 30-35#. I can only take reservation for a boy.
Kali/Finn Late March Late May Late July
Kali is a beautiful
brown/white Australian Labradoodle.
Guinness is a smaller Goldendoodle
weighing only 25#. This will be their third
litter together because I love this pair. These puppies will be either solid
brown or brown/white parti’s. Kali is retiring after this litter and will live
with her forever home in Sherwood, WI, with her human girls that love her. She does have a daughter that will have pups
(pending health testing) in ’21. Puppies
will mature about 35# .
Lola/Malechi Mid May Mid July Mid September
Lola is a standard dark red Goldendoodle
with amazing white markings on her face, chest and feet. She’s about 53#. She will be bred to Malechi. Malechi is a smaller light apricot Goldendoodle
weighing just under 50#. This will be a repeat
litter together because I love this pair.
Puppies will be all shades of apricot with some having nice white markings on face,
chest and feet. They’ll have a wonderful
wavy coat – not to curly. With mom and
dad weighing 53 and 48#, pups will mature about that. Malechi lives in Larsen @ GoldendoodlesbyEllie. Thanks Ellie for the use of this lovely boy.
May Mid July Mid September
Maddie is a new girl for
Doodles of the Valley. She’s a beautiful
wavy white Goldendoodle weighing about 50#.
Pending Maddie’s health testing she will be bred to Finn. Finn is a smaller apricot Goldendoodle
weighing only 30#. This pair will produce lighter puppies than Lola’s, all being shades of
apricot from light cream to medium
apricot. All puppies will have a loose
wavy coat, and of course like all my pups be hypo-allergenic and non-shedding.
Lola/Malechi Late Nov. Late Jan. Late
Lola is a standard dark red Goldendoodle with amazing white markings on her face, chest and feet. She’s about 53#. She will be bred to Finn. Malechi is a smaller light apricot Goldendoodle weighing just under 50#. This will be a repeat litter together because I love this pair. Puppies will be all shades of apricot with some having nice white markings on face, chest and feet. They’ll have a wonderful wavy coat – not to curly. With mom and dad weighing 53 and 48#, pups will mature about that. Lola will retire after this litter and live
with her forever family in Manitowoc, WI. Malechi lives in Larsen @ GoldendoodlesbyEllie. Thanks Ellie for the use of this lovely boy.
‘20 February ’21 April ‘21
Cedar is a beautiful
brown/white Australian Labradoodle.
Nestle (also Australian Labradoodle). Pending testing, he is a upcoming stud at Doodles of the Valley. He's a beautiful solid chocolate with a nice wavy coat. He will be raised here, right on premises at Doodles of the Valley. He's about 40#. These puppies will be
either solid brown or solid apricot (any shades of apricot) and some will have nice markings of chest and feet. I expect puppies to mature in the 35-40# range.
That’s it for 2020 and into 2021. I can take reservations for any of these
litters. Most of these boys and girls
are on my “moms and dads” page on this website if you’d like to see pictures of
them. Remember this is tentative. Sometimes Mother Nature messes me up. I do reserve the right to change studs at
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All Doodles at Doodles of the Valley have been fully health tested, including eyes, hips, elbows and patellas. Coats have been dna tested to make sure we get that wonderful shaggy coat we all want in a doodle. A few pups will be slightly curlier for those wanting that. All pups are hypo allergenic. All pups have a 2 year health warranty against any genetic disease, including hips and elbow problems.
$200 deposit will hold you a puppy.
Balance to be paid at time of pick up.
All puppies for 2020 are $1900. (no increase over 2019). Check our the "pricing and what's included" page to see what's included in that pricing.
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Regarding Reservations: How many do I take? How I take reservations?
I take 6 reservations per litter -- two for "I must have a female", two for "I must have a male" and two for "I will take either, male or female". I definitely do not want to disappoint people on the reservation list and this almost always assures that those with their reservations in (whether your #1 or #6) can count on getting the puppy they had their hearts set on. Note that if I do not have the sex or color you had wished for, your deposit can be moved to another litter or refunded - your choice.
I may have more than 6 puppies per litter. If you missed the reservation list, I will post a date for you to mark on your calendar. This date is a couple days after pups are born. At that time I know exactly what I have to offer. Contact me ASAP at that time to then reserve your puppy and get your deposit in.