|We live in beautiful Tennessee, we have been breeding goldendoodles since 2004.
Our puppies are family-raised in our home and yard with lots of love & attention. All
of our dogs are our family members, they are not kennel dogs. We help deliver each
puppy & from birth to "toddler-hood", they sleep next to me for the first few days, and
always inside with heat lamps, constant monitoring, & lots of attention and
socialization. We form a bond with each pup & we record each pup's personality in
order to match it to the right family. We utilize guardian families for many of our dogs
which ensures that every dog gets individual & 100% attention as an important family
member and keeps the number of dogs living together in our home and our guardian
homes to a minimum. A "guardian family" is a family to whom the dog belongs and is
co-owned with Goldens-n-Doodles of TN. We retain breeding rights, oversee all testing
and breeding of each dog, and bring the dog to us when it is time for the pups to be
born. Once the pups are born and are thriving, they will return to live with the
guardian family for care and socialization under our supervision.
All parents are tested and cleared for genetic abnormalities that could be passed to
the puppies. (See our "What To Look For In A Breeder" page.) We belong to the
breeding associations shown below (see logos). We comply with the testing
requirements set forth at: http://www.goldendoodleassociation.com/service3.aspx
All of our puppies are handled daily and pre-spoiled. We implement the
"SuperPuppy" method of biosensor early neurological stimulation from days 3 through
16 (click HERE for link to "SuperPuppy" explanation and photos). They receive lots of
love and affection and are used to being around other dogs, kids, and a busy
household. They live in a climate-controlled environment with music. They are used
to household noises such as the television, vacuum, lawn mower, etc., and are not
easily "spooked" by such common noises. They are litter-box trained to use
newspapers to do "their business." We have many wonderful references and
testimonies from happy owners, and are happy to share those with you.
A number of our puppies have been trained and are working service dogs for children
with autism, angelman syndrome and down syndrome. (See our Service Dogs pages.)
We take our job as your breeder very seriously. As fun as it is to have pups, it is also a
business and we treat it as such. Our goal is to operate with integrity and ethics and
produce genetically sound pups. This takes a lot of time and expense for testing, and
we are proud of the result.
Please see our Breeding Program/Pricing page and our Purchase & Guarantee
Contract page for more information.
5/26/12: Due to recent outbreaks of the parvovirus in our area, we have had to revise
our "open door" policy that we have enjoyed for years. We must limit puppy visits to
pups 6 weeks and older and only to those who are purchasing a puppy from us.
Depending upon whether or not we have puppies on site and the mothers are
presently nursing will dictate whether or not we are able to meet with you inside our
home. Weather permitting, we do have outdoor yard areas where we can meet with
you. This is for the safety of our puppies and your understanding is greatly
|Thank you for considering
Goldens-n-Doodles of Tennessee
|We are proud to be a member of the doodle organizations listed below (see logos). As
a premium & recommended breeder, we belong to a group of top breeders that is
doing its best to insure that our clients are finding the puppy that will be as
genetically sound as possible. We test for the following genetic problems and only
breed dogs who have been cleared for: Hip displaysia (OFA or PENNHIP), elbows,
CERF (eyes) (for all dogs) and additional testing on our poodles (Sabaceous Adenitis,
vonWildebrands, and thyroid). Whether you purchase your beloved pup from
Goldens-n-Doodles.com or another breeder, we recommend that you buy from a
breeder who performs these tests. To insure that you are getting the best, you need to
search out the best.
|PLEASE scroll to the bottom for very
important information on how to choose a
reputable breeder, and how to stay away
from puppy mills.
|Thank you for visiting our website. We
hope you find that perfect puppy you've
been dreaming of.