Doodles of the Valley -
Updated August 18, 2020.


IMPORTANT NOTICE:  I DO NOT HAVE ANY PUPPIES READY FOR YOUR HOMES NOW, BUT -- 

SCROLL DOWN FOR ALL MY PLANNED LITTERS.  JUST ADDED LITTERS FOR 2021. KEEP SCROLLING - YOU'LL FIND INFORMATION. 
DO NOT HESITATE TO GET YOUR DEPOSIT IN FOR YOUR NEW FURRY FRIEND IN SPRING/SUMMER OF 2021.  $200 will hold your place in picks.  I HAVE OPENINGS FOR RESERVATIONS IN ALL OF THE PLANNED SPRING/FALL LITTERS  
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After reading my breeding plans (below) for 2021 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 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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Here's my new chocolate boy, NESTLE!
He will make the "very best chocolate".
Puppies coming soon with both Maisy and Cedar.

























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Tentative plans for breeding 2020/2021 

I'm sorry but all three winter/early spring litters are reserved.  Maisy and Maddie both came into heat on the same day!  Honeymoons are complete for both couples.  Puppies will be due October 18.  If interested in one of their pups and you do not have your down payment (reservation) in start checking a couple days before that and watch for any extra puppies from their litters.  All of my girls have come into heat at this time so I have some idea now of puppies to come in spring/summer '21.  Keep scrolling for more information on that. 
     
 A little about size of my puppies. 
You want a "mini"doodle.  I don't always know what that means.  All my breeding dogs are 32-55#.
Most of my puppies mature 35-50#.  If your looking for a tiny lap dog type doodle, I don't breed them.  I also don't breed the super large doodles (90-100#). I do what I believe to be a super nice sturdy family dog - not to big and not to small.  I'd refer to them as "large mini's" or "small standards".  Lola's puppies are the largest of all my breedings.
 
Breeding Pair      

Maisy/Nestle
Maisy and Nestle have honeymooned and all went perfect. Puppies will be born October 18.  This puts puppies going to forever homes on 
December 11.  If you have a reservation in, mark your calendar!
Maisy is an adorable new girl.  She is the daughter of Kali and Finn and will replace Kali in the breeding program.  She's a medium apricot, weighing about 38#.   Maisy and Nestle will give me solid apricot, blacks and/or chocolates.  This litter is closed.  If Maisy has any extra puppies I will post as soon as they are born (10/18).

Maddie/Finn
Maddie and Finn have honeymooned and all went perfect. Puppies will be born October 18.  This puts puppies going to forever homes on 
December 11.  If you have a reservation in, mark your calendar!
I'm repeating this litter.  It turned out fabulous. Here's a couple pictures from their first litter of a couple puppies.  Puppies in this litter will be similar.  Maddie is 52# and Finn is about 35#.  Puppies maturing somewhere in between.  They will all have a wonderful wavy coat, no puppies will be super curly.  All hypo-allergenic and as no-shed a s a pup can be.  This litter is closed.  If Maddie has any extra puppies I will post as soon as they are born (10/18).

  



















Cedar/Nestle
Cedar should come in season in October so puppies will be born in December  and go to forever homes February of '21.
Cedar is a beautiful brown/white Australian Labradoodle.  (Cedar is very similar to Kali and has similar puppies).    Nestle is also Australian Labradoodle, with the sweetest temperament I've experienced.  He lives right here at Doodles of the Valley and we love him.  He's about 50#.   Cedar has been on break enjoying her time off and waiting for this new perfect "man" to grow up and be ready for her.    These puppies will be either solid brown or solid apricot (any shades of apricot) and some may have nice markings on chest and feet.  I expect puppies to mature in the 40-50# range. This litter is closed.  If Cedar has any extra puppies I will post.  
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So girls are coming into heat now and I’ve got some idea of what’s to come for 2021.  I’m taking reservations on all of these litters.  Just listing now so lots of availability.  $200 will hold your place in picks of puppies.  This sounds like a lot, but if you want to be high in the picks, don’t hesitate.  Believe me, these lists fill fast.

All the puppies below will have beautiful wavy non-shedding coats.  No poodly coats in these litters.  They will be all solid colors.  Some will have small amount of white markings on chest, feet and/or face.  I do not have any "parti" puppies available in 2021.  

All of the litters below have availability.  If you do reserve a pup in one of these litters and I do have extra puppies in the earlier above litters, you will have the option to move up to that earlier litter.

Lola and Malechi will have their last litter of standard (dark apricot) size puppies in April and puppies will be ready for forever homes the middle of June ‘21.  These puppies mature the largest of all my puppies expected in ‘21.

Maddie and Finn will have another litter of light to dark apricot puppies in  April. These pups mature a little smaller than Lola’s.  I’d call them large minis or small standards.  Puppies will be ready for forever homes the middle of June ‘21.  This will be their third litter.  Wonderful puppies.

Honey/Nestle
Honey is also a Kali daughter and Finn is her dad. She's a chocolate girl that looks like a mini Nestle).   Honey should be bred the middle of March.  Their litter will be 75% chocolate puppies/25% cream pupppies.  I’d call these small standards or large minis, similar to Maddie/Finn puppies.  Puppies ready for forever homes mid July.  

Masey and Nestle will be  bred end of March.  Their litter will be 25% chocolate/50% cream/25% black pupppies.  I’d call these small standards or large minis, similar to Maddie/Finn puppies.  Puppies ready for forever homes mid July.  

Cedar and Nestle will have their last litter of puppies in July of ‘21.  These puppies will also be small standards.  The litter will be 25% cream/75% chocolate.  They will be ready for your homes middle of September. 
 
I have another girl, Mocha (chocolate) looks just like Honey and they both look like a mini Nestle.  lol.   She’ll also be bred to Finn for puppies going home in fall of ‘21.  I don’t have a real good guess on dates of that litter yet.Their litter will be 25% chocolate/50% cream/25% black puppies.

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Regarding Reservations:  How many do I take?  How I take reservations?
I take 6-7 reservations, depending on the girl and how many pups I expect.  I usually have a few extra puppies when litter is born.  If you are strongly interested in a puppy from any particular litter and you've missed the reservation list, watch website closely on the date the pups are expected to be born.  Extra puppies will be posted.  Call quickly, as they do not last long.  
When taking reservations, I only take two "I only want a girl" or "I only want a boy".  The rest will be a "I'll be happy with either sex".