She's a super model puppy! Kim M., WY
We are happy to announce that all of the puppies from Willow and Diggers February 2020 litter have been adopted out to great families! It makes us so happy when they go to good homes.
Willow and Digger will be parents sometime around the end of January 2020. There should be chocolate, caramel, parchment, and black pups. Her last litter had eleven pups so there should be both male and females. Reserve one today!
Due to the fact that Meg had 4 female pups and only one male pup we have one female available. Every pup in this litter is large and healthy. Give us a call, text, or email. She will go quickly.
Digger and Willow have a litter of Labradoodle pups ready to go home today! there are nine pups with a variety of colors - black, chocolate, caramel, and cream. Males and females available.
Click the link to watch a short video of a Digger/Meg pup retrieving. This is a long retrieve for such a young pup! Thanks to owner/handler, Blaine Reed and "Boss." Digger-Meg pup Retrieving
Meg and Digger had a litter of nine pups October 21, 2017. They are all happy, healthy, and busy! Most were reserved before we put the notice on our website. We do have one of the females not yet reserved as of this date and every one of these pups will make an excellent addition
Willow, our Standard Bred Poodle has had a litter of eleven pups! The sire is our Chocolate Labrador Retriever, Digger. The litter has both male and female and four different colors - Chocolate, Parchment, Caramel, and Black. Female pups from this litter should be around 65 lbs. while males should be around 75 lbs.
Some time ago we began debating the need for our oldest son, Parker, who is mentally and physically handicapped, to have a dog to care for. He and I both felt strongly that we needed an in-the-house dog that would be gentle and wouldn't be leaving hair all over. We studied and thought about it
In the past several years our females have gotten older and have "gone the way of the world." In fact, our beloved female, Dizzie, is now older and has cancer. She will need to be put down in the next few weeks. We have not kept up on getting younger dogs and so there has