Tomorrows Pups update
November 3

I have over 35 people on my waitlist for all sizes and timeline requests. The number of pups born in each litter will determine how much room I have for more deposits. I'll only accept more deposits if you are willing to wait while previous deposits are filled.

The current average of pups in a litter is 7. I don't like to take more than 5 deposits per litter until the pups are born, and when there are more than 5 I'll accept more.

Winter 2017/18 litters: bred but not confirmed pregnant (we will not confirm pregnancy until 2-3 weeks before they are due).
JJ and Ryder, for F1B mini goldendoodles. Various shades of apricot expected. Due mid-December and can go home in February.
Tilly and Yogi for F1B standard goldendoodles. Apricots expected. Due mid-December and can go home in February.
Kit and Horton for medium F1 goldendoodles. Light apricots expected. Due just before Christmas and can go home in February.
Penny and Horton for F1B mini/medium goldendoodles. Apricots and creams expected. Due January 1 and can go home in February/March.
Fiddle and Yogi for F1B standard goldendoodles. Apricots expected. If Fiddle cycles this next week she would be due the second week in January and can go home in March.

Spring Litter: planned but not bred.
Tess and Winter or Swede for F1 standard/medium goldendoodles. Various shades of apricot expected.

Summer Litters: pairings are not certain, and will depend on demand/ suitable partners.
Biscuit and Winter or Yogi for F1B standard goldendoodles. Apricots and creams expected.
Hazel and Swede or Yogi for F1B medium or standard goldendoodles. Apricots and creams expected.
Chevy and ? for F1 goldendoodles.
Jam and ? for F1B goldendoodles.

I have 1 mini poodle, 2 goldens and a mini goldendoodle who are waiting to come of age and finish health testing in 2018. I hope to breed them by the end of the year.

We're waiting with bated breath...
September 29

We watch and wonder when our girls will have their next cycles. None of them are bred yet and now our wait lists for all sizes are growing and getting closer to 30. We likely won’t have any pups ready to go home now until February at the earliest?

Thanks for your patience as we wait to see what course nature will take! I'll only take more deposits from people who are flexible with their timing to get a puppy. It depends on how big the litters are when they come, but now we're guessing a wait of spring/summer for those at the bottom of the list.

Montana's and Winter's litter at 4 weeks old
August 30

Montana’s and Winter’s F1 Standard pups are growing like weeds and doing so well. There are a variety of sizes and coats in this litter. All of the pups are very sweet and we look forward to seeing their personalities bud over the next few weeks! Their 6 week vet check is on September 13th and choosing will occur at some time in the next 1½ weeks after that. They can go home on or after September 27th. All of these pups are spoken for unless someone backs out (for whatever reason).

I expect my next litters to be available maybe late December, and into January or February. No dogs have been bred yet, but they should start to cycle soon!

See Tomorrow’s pups for planned litters. My wait list is just over 20 at this time for different sizes and timing.

Merlin: male ~ blue collar -- ADOPTED

Chickadee: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED

Finch: female ~ blue/green/white ribbon -- ADOPTED

Robin: female ~ coral ribbon -- ADOPTED

Sparrow: female ~ purple ribbon -- ADOPTED

Montana’s and Winter’s F1 Standard Goldendoodle Pups arrive on August 2, 2017
August 4

This is Montana’s last litter before she retires. Montana is a fabulous mama. She happily came for a run the morning of August 2 and didn’t even lag too far behind. She started having her pups only a few hours later!

There are one boy and four girls. They're named after birds of Alberta. Merlin is the boy, and Chickadee, Finch, Robin and Sparrow are the girls. I believe these pups will range in weight between 60-80 lbs, give or take.

Choosing will occur between September 16-23rd for these pups after their vet check, and they can go home September 27th. I do have a couple spots available at this time for this litter.

Contact me if you're interested.

Jam's and Ryder's F1B mini/medium Goldendoodles at 4 weeks
July 10

Jam’s and Ryder’s pups are growing and are quite delightful! Jam is a sweet, calm, attentive mama and Ryder is a proud papa. These pups are all spoken for and I have a wait list in case someone backs out.

The choosing for this litter will happen days after their vet check on July 26th and they can start going home on August 9th. Please see Tomorrow’s pups for planned future litters.

Bias: male ~ burgundy ribbon -- ADOPTED

Dart: male ~ neon orange ribbon -- ADOPTED

Denim: male ~ blue ribbon -- ADOPTED

Patch: male ~ plaid ribbon -- ADOPTED

Serge: male ~ lime green ribbon -- ADOPTED

Tailor: male ~ grey ribbon -- ADOPTED

Thimble: male ~ yellow ribbon -- ADOPTED

Design: female ~ green/pink ribbon -- ADOPTED

Polyester: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED

Chevy's and Swede's litter at 4 weeks
June 17

Chevy and Swede sure do make some amazing puppies together!! They're such a curious, active, and yet chilled bunch of puppies!! As soon as their eyes opened at 2 weeks old, they started wandering out of their whelping box (some litters don’t start venturing out until they're 4 weeks old)! As their personalities develop and grow we'll see lots of interesting changes in them.

My guess weights for this litter are from 30-60 lbs. They have a good variety of sizes and coats. The vet check will be on July 5th and folks will start choosing which pup they'll take home after that. The pups can go home after July 17.

I have one spot available for this litter at this time. See how our adoption process works on FAQ. Please contact me if you're interested in this litter.

Tux went home earlier than his littermates. He got laid on a few weeks ago and died. Poor Chevy felt so bad, my heart broke with hers. She certainly has her paws full looking after all those pups and is doing an amazing job with them! I can not imagine looking after all those babies at once!! She is very patient!! We make sure she gets her breaks and goes for runs with the quad to get a well deserved mama break!

FIL: male ~ red ribbon -- ADOPTED

Groom: male ~ navy ribbon -- ADOPTED

Pastor: male ~ green ribbon -- ADOPTED

Bride: female ~ white ribbon -- ADOPTED

Cupcake: female ~ blue/purple ribbon -- ADOPTED

Grad: female ~ purple ribbon -- ADOPTED

Hairdo: female ~ yellow ribbon -- ADOPTED

MC: female ~ lime ribbon -- ADOPTED

MIL: female ~ orange/white ribbon -- ADOPTED

Speech: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED

Tassel: female ~ burgundy ribbon -- ADOPTED

Vow: female ~ light blue ribbon -- ADOPTED

Jam's & Ryder's F1B mini/medium goldendoodles are here!
June 16

Jam and Ryder are proud to announce their litter of 9 F1B mini/medium goldendoodle cuties!!

Jam was not anxious to go for a run this past Wednesday morning. She had not had much to eat for a couple of days, so I knew her time was near. By noon she had her first and by 9 pm she was finally done! Some of the girls whelp within an hour and others take a long while. She had a couple of 2 hour breaks between pups, then had a couple close together. It made me tired watching her. I can’t imagine how she feels! lol But Jam is an amazingly calm mama -- very attentive and proud of her babies.

These pups were born on my sister’s birthday, so their naming theme is after sewing terms. My sis loves to sew and quilt. We're best of friends, but very different from each other. There are 7 boys and 2 girls. The boys are called Bias, Dart, Denim, Patch, Serge, Tailor, and Thimble. The girls are Design and Polyester.

This litter will be able to go home August 9th. Choosing will happen a few days after their shots, which is on July 26th. At this time this litter is all spoken for, but sometimes things come up and someone backs out.

If you want to be on a back up list and/or have an interest in one of our future litters, please submit your application form.

Back to business!!!
June 5

Just to let you know that the huge celebrations in our family went very well. The office is open and back to business as usual. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

Chevy's and Swede's F1 goldendoodle litter born on Victoria day!
May 24

Chevy and Swede are happy to announce a huge litter of 13 F1 medium to large goldendoodle pups born on Victoria Day!

I knew Chevy was labouring that morning, but she really wanted to go for a run with the quad. I went very slowly and then convinced her to ride along with me side by side. She ended up being very happy with that! lol

At noon I was called to the field to help harvest part of last year’s crop which we had not been able to take off until now... so I gave her a big hug. I knew she was experienced and would do well on her own, but I still had my kids make sure to check on her. I received several texts with updates, and I could hardly believe that at the end of the day there were 13.They're very similar in size (no scrawny ones) and all seem to be thriving very well.

This has been a very busy time for us. Between seeding and harvesting, we've used every piece of machinery we have just in this week! This weekend my youngest daughter, Sara is graduating from High School and the following weekend, my oldest daughter, Emily is getting married. Because there were so many pups we decided to split the theme with Grad and Wedding terms.

The boys are Groom, Pastor, Tux and FIL, (Father in law). The girls are Bride, Cupcake, Grad, Hairdo, MC, MIL (Mother in law), Speech, Tassel and Vow. These pups can go home on or after July 17th and choosing for this litter will likely happen around July 5-8.

With all these pups, I do have availability in this litter!! If you're interested, please read through FAQ and submit your application.

Biscuit's and Winter's F1B Standard Goldendoodles at 4 weeks old
April 1

This is a mighty fine litter. I love their look and they're starting to show a bit of their personalities. There were some small ones that struggled a bit at first, but all are doing very well now. The boys are close in size, except WestJet is the little guy and the girls are all smaller than the boys with Eva being the most petite at this time.

I do have a few spots left for this litter as of today. Folks can start choosing which pup they want from this litter in the order I get the deposits, and this will start anytime after their vet check/vaccines on April 17th. They can go home after April 29th.

Please contact me if you're interested in this litter.

Delta: female ~ purple ribbon -- ADOPTED

Tango: female ~ watermelon ribbon -- ADOPTED

Air Canada: male ~ red ribbon -- ADOPTED

Condor: male ~ green ribbon -- ADOPTED

Lufthansa: male ~ red/green ribbon -- ADOPTED

Qantas: male ~ orange ribbon -- ADOPTED

Skylanes: male ~ blue collar -- ADOPTED

United: male ~ lime green ribbon -- ADOPTED

Westjet: male ~ grey collar -- ADOPTED

Eva: female ~ pink ribbon -- ADOPTED

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