Lorelie's and Rusty's 6 pups born on June 3, 2008

Miniature F1B Goldendoodle pups from a 28 lb F1 mini Goldendoodle dam and our 14 lb apricot Miniature Poodle sire.

Click on the photos above to find out more about the proud parents.

Robin Hood is available -- ADOPTED!
July 23

Through quite a shuffle of decisions that were made, and to make a very long story short, Robin Hood is available.

This little guy is quite full of beans, he loves to cuddle, and has a very sweet personality. Taking these photos took a long time as he just wanted to snuggle on my lap or run at the camera.

Robin Hood is now adopted

He'll be ready to go home after July 29th. Robin Hood has a very nice apricot coat that will likely not shed. I believe this guy is going to stay under 20 lbs.

Contact me if you're interested or have any questions.

Lorelie's and Rusty's pups -- at just over 5 weeks
July 10

Lorelie's and Rusty's pups are growing bit by bit. They're surely the smallest we've raised, and my... they are cute.

These sweeties were all spoken for... but someone had to decline for now, so one pup is still available. It will likely be a girl, but I'll know who after the others have been chosen when the pups are around 7 weeks old.

Please note that this is my first litter of F1B small mini goldendoodles and I am not certain of their adult weights. I assume that none of these will be shedders. They all are developing wonderful temperaments and it is hard for me not to keep one back for ourselves... :)

Aim is apricot and the smallest girl. She has a bit more of a curly coat than her sister Arrow and will likely stay small -- under 18 lbs. -- ADOPTED

Arrow is also a small, sweet girl. She has a more wavy, reddish coat and she should stay under 20 lbs. -- ADOPTED

Anchor is a big, apricot boy with the least amount of curl in his coat. My guess weight for him is 25 lbs. -- ADOPTED

Bow is the biggest boy, sporting a nice curly dark apricot coat. He'll likely end up around the 30 lb mark. -- ADOPTED

Bulls Eye is an eye catcher with his dark red, very curly coat and nice white markings on his head, chest and feet. He should stay under 20 lbs. -- ADOPTED

Robin Hood is a lighter apricot with a great curly coat. He is Sara's favourite and I find her sneaking him into the house quite often. My guess weight for him is under 20 lbs. -- ADOPTED

Lorelie's pups at 2.5 weeks
June 21

Lorelie's pups are all doing great and growing well. Here's a photo of them at 2.5 weeks old.

I'm taking one more deposit for this litter. Please contact me if you're interested.

Lorelie births our first little F1B goldendoodles!
June 5

We're very pleased to announce the arrival of Lorelie's and Rusty's mini goldendoodles, born just a few days early on June 3, 2008.

Lorelie birthed quietly on her own and is proving to be a very nurturing, loving mama. This is her first litter and we are so proud of our little girl... and Rusty as well, of course!

There were 6 pups born to this happy K9 couple -- 4 bouncing baby boys and 2 charming little girls -- of which 3 are darker red and 3 are dark apricot. Whether they'll stay these dark colours I don't know, but they sure are sweet and a fun change in our breeding program!

We're holding out for little Aim! She's very small and is gaining weight. We hope she's just taking after her Dad's side of the family and will stay smaller.

We named the pups after Archery terms.

The boys: Robin Hood, Bow, Bull's Eye and Anchor
The girls: Aim and Arrow

I'll now take a couple more deposits on this litter. The pups will be 8 weeks old on July 29th and they can go home around that time.


Arrow -- ADOPTED

Anchor -- ADOPTED


Bull's Eye -- ADOPTED

Robin Hood -- ADOPTED

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