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A short video about us how to get ready for a puppy.

Many our dogs end up being personal support dogs for autism or PTSD

Quite often, our dogs become service dogs for seniors residences and hospitals.

Our Dogs are geared to be family oriented dogs.  Very tolerant of children and gentle with seniors.

Retriever doodles are the calmest doodles.  The retriever breeds were created to be companion dogs - not a prey driven.


Puppy Style and Coat:  F 1 b is very curly   F 1 is curly  Both are not shedders.

Getting prepared:  Our Boutique offers everything you need

Our Training Program: Choose 10 days or a month - Boarding & Training is $60/day

Delivery of your pup: (contactless)  $1 per km one way. (if you live 50km away its $50)

The Doodle Story

We love every minute of our journey

An Idea is Born

1980s... a chance breeding starts a whole new trend in dog breeding.  Standard Poodle hybrid popularity has increased each year since the Labradoodle and later Goldendoodle were found to be hardier, smarter and low shedding.  Allergy concerns and breed specific health problems were reduced; the poodle hair and intelligence combined with the retriever, a companion-minded people-pleaser, proved to be a very popular combination.  Both standard poodles and retrievers are not prey driven or high strung working dogs.  They are companion style, approval seeking animals.

Both breeds are water lovers and prefer social activities.  They are NOT hyper like working dogs such as Aussies or Dobermans who need constant mental work or they get bored and destructive.

Why a Retriever Doodle?

Why people are choosing A goldendoodle over a golden retriever?

A Labradoodle over a Lab?  Adding the poodle brings intelligence, structure and nonshedding coat to this amazing hybrid combination.  They love people!  Big and small.  


-Less time training.

-Less shedding.

-Less work. 

Our Retriever doodles are excellent companion dogs and are considered the calmest of the 'doodle' combinations.

They shed less than retrievers.

They are calmer than an aussiedoodle.

They are quieter than a cockapoo.

They are smaller than a bernadoodle.

They are self entertaining and independent.

They bark less than miniature doodles.


Breeders of Retriever Poodle Hybrids • Goldendoodles & Labradoodles

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Be sure to read all the pages to 

discover who we are and 

about the dogs we produce.

Our doodle puppies are from excellent parents; generally allergy friendly dogs without tons of shedding. 

Doodles have the awesome low-shed Poodle hair as well as the poodle intelligence AND the awesome kid-friendly personality of the Retriever. They are easily Trainable teddybears who aim to please. 

We do not breed miniatures because of their small dog syndrome and their tenancy to fear bite.

We happily breed Medium size 40-50 lb medium framed but will have happy go lucky, kid loving, big dog personalities. The back of the dog would come up to your knee. They are Quiet and calm. They love swimming. Parents are here for you to meet.



Here are quick links to common questions...


Available and upcoming puppies

Which colour and styles do we have?

See the pups page for specific pups available.

Reserving a Dog

with a Deposit

How Does the Deposit Work?

We take 5 deposits on a litter -

we have a waiting list if you want to wait for a particular colour.

Let us know your specific choices of sex and colour- mix preferred and shedding concerns.


Kinds of Doodles

F1 v F1b?

Do you want a F1 F1b. F2 Or F2b F3?


F1 F2. Are 50/50

NO shedding. Loose curl/waves

Fluffy Shaggy look.

Shorter legs. Thicker body mass /muscle

F1b. F2b. Are. 25 retriever 75% poodle

Hypo and super low shed

Curly teddy bear look

Longer legs. Slighter body frame



Puppy Go home Kit & 

Health Guarantee

A great socialized personality;

a 2 Yr Congenital Health Guarantee;

First vaccine shots;


Vet record of health

Parasite prevention

Puppy Care info package




Doggie cloth

Breeder support and education



We Only breed Medium Sized Doodles

Size of our pups full grown


approximately 40-60 lbs. (Heights and weights vary as this is a hybid.  So we can't guarantee size or height.)

The Back of the dog comes up to your knee.

Stay away from MINIATURE doodles!!!


Holistic Approach

About our Holistic Approach?

We feed a holistic diet

(a no corn/no wheat/no colour/no additives /no filler KIBBLE -

; natural raw beef marrow bones

and RAW supplements)

You can - Reserve a puppy for anytime in the future.



Best timing to get a puppy is during your regular work pattern or schedule. Taking off a month or two to “train” your puppy only results in having to “re-train” your puppy AGAIN to get used to the NEW schedule. Much harder on the puppy and you. Teachers and people who get lots of time off in summer should get a puppy in closer to summer than February/ March so the puppy is used to his regular schedule by the time summer comes.

Being home for A few days to get him used to being alone a bit at a time and using a crate is suggested.

Toilet training when you are at work is best accomplished by getting a dog walker or helper to come at 10 am and 2 pm to feed and take out for a toilet break. The puppy soon gets into this routine and that is what the dog gets used to. As they get older one mid-day break is ok. And by 8 months they can go all day in their crate if need be. (8hrs). When your puppy goes home they aren’t expecting to be with you all day- so why allow them to if that’s not what life will look like most of the time?

If you are at home - or work at home daily - the dog should be alone or in a crate least two hours a day to prevent separation anxiety.  


Looking at who to buy from???

So they say they're registered with the kennel club (CKC).

While breeders of purebreds register their dogs with the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), doing this alone does not guarantee that they treat their dogs humanely or do any medical screening. All it means is that the registered puppy is the offspring of two dogs that are both also registered as being purebred of the breed in question.

Registration happens by mail, and the CKC does not monitor or inspect the breeding facilities of its members or of breeders who register their puppies with the club. Just being a REGISTERED to a club breeder does not mean they are inspected by anyone.


The kind of BREEDER you want is a LICENSED BREEDER who is has a license to breed dogs, is inspected yearly and they practices are reviewed by a government licensed kennel inspector; and must qualify under the Code of Practice for Canadian Kennel Operations set out by Canadian veterinary medical association.




Here are a few red flags common to puppy mills, brokers, irresponsible breeders and scammers:

Selling their puppies for a low price - just to get them sold with little expectations from buyers.

Not allowing you to visit them and their dogs.

Not asking you anything about your experience with dogs, your lifestyle, etc.

Insisting on shipping or deliver the puppy to you or meet you in a public place to hand it over.

Offering puppies of many different breeds.

Requires you to send money to another country

If you do visit, they bring out the puppy to you so you don’t see the mother, litter mates or any areas where they are kept.

Puppy mills often keep crates of dogs in barns and sheds on the property that are used for mass-breeding dogs.

Doesn’t know anything about typical genetic disorders for the breed. Are not looking at ways to breed genetic issue out of their puppies.

Provides no guarantee of the puppy's health.

What is a 

Backyard Breeder?


This term is used for people who either intentionally breed to make few extra bucks - they have one or a few dogs but have very little breeding knowledge;

or who have an accidental litter because they hadn’t got around to spaying their female dog yet.

They may seem harmless, but there are so many of them that they make a substantial contribution to Canada's pet overpopulation in shelters.

These dogs are sold for less than professional breeders who provide a host of knowledge, information and knowledge of genetics impacting health, behaviour and longevity of an animal.

Cheap dogs end up being rehomed often, especially if a costly health issue appears. If someone can’t afford a dog from a reputable breeder then they probably can’t afford to provide good health care and appropriate diet.

Chances are you know someone who’s a backyard breeder, though you’ve probably never thought of them in those terms.

How about Bob from the accounting department at work who sent out an email last week to all employees about the adorable Cocker Spaniel pups his dog just had, who all need homes.

Or the young couple in another part of town advertising that their Doodle had a litter — the second in a year, apparently.

Or what about your friend, Sally, who kept meaning to get her 11-month old Labradoodle spayed but just never got around to it. One day, the kids let her out of the house by mistake and she had a quick rendezvous with the neighbour’s dog. His owners just never got around to neutering him either! Now Sally has to find homes for five puppies.

You get what you pay for.

So... you have narrowed down your list to a hybrid breed.

Hybrids are the future of dog breeding because of the increased health benefits from fresh DNA. Purebreds - some are registered CKC -are continuing to be more and more inbred- sister brother father mother- causing severe health repercussions and very compromised immune systems.

So hybrids offer renewed strength to the dogs immune system and are much healthier.

If you google goldendoodle breeders in ontario you will get a list of registered reputable breeders who know what they are doing. Out of that group- they charge anywhere from $3000 $5000 or higher. You are getting knowledge, piece of mind, future support and education not to mention a healthier dog with a better immune system. Good breeders look at where their dogs come from and if they are suitable to breed. They have to meet licensing requirements.

The cheaper dogs you’ve seen are usually NOT experienced ethical breeders. A licensed breeder is inspected yearly and monitored on vaccines, health, environment and protocols for their dogs.

Backyard or hobby breeders will breed any pet or dog - regardless of possible genetic issues; compromised health or poor temperment - with no information or education or breeder support at all.

They breed for a quick buck - not as professional knowledgeable breeders. Often parents are not vaccinated- which plays a role in the immunity of their offspring.

Puppy mill owners breed in massive barns - often in small spaces - and sell the puppies to brokers... or housewives who stay home and sell puppies. No parents to be seen. No history about the parents. They are breeding dogs like livestock. These pups are usually health compromised and often have No social skills at all. They will breed any dog or pet - regardless of health or temperment - with no information or education or breeder support at all.

They are the cheaper alternative - it’s a risk- and often we get families coming to us with heartbreaking stories of all the issues they had with their cheaper dog. They realized they got what they paid for. 

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