Expanding our Goldendoodle breeding capacity dominates conversations around our home. When our master waiting list fills up a year in advance, puppy supply must be increased to meet demand.
Although we’ve wanted to rush in both feet first, so many details required meticulous thought.
So many questions...
Which moms? How many? From our line? Should we keep an in-house stud? What size? Who should be the guardian parents? See...lots of questions needed answering.
Well, once answers started surfacing, we recognized our top priority - controlling the “home” environment from as early an age as possible. One of the top benefits of being in-home Goldendoodle breeders, is we have intimate relationships with our dogs. They become family.
Each of our new dogs deserve that same attention. Sure, this meant more waiting, but in the end we know it was worth it. From house training to command instruction, our guardian home parents have learned the personalities of our new breeding moms as they’ve grown up before our eyes.
So, without further adieu, let us introduce Chloe & Lucy!
Meet the Goldendoodle Moms
These two sisters (yes - from the same litter in Ohio!!) live with the wonderful Baker family in Archdale, NC. Having the Bakers as guardians for these two has been such a blessing. Their two boys each have “their own” dog - as you can see pictured below.