I grew up on a farm and from a very young age was surrounded by goats, chickens, pigs, cows, horses... you name it, I have been around it and know lots about it, but dogs... those were my favorite! As a young kid running through the woods at night with my uncle and cousins chasing coon hounds as they treed raccoons, my heart was captured by the pure enjoyment and near addiction of dog ownership! The connection that a dog owner and his dog have fascinated me and I realized from a young age that this would be something in which I would always want to be involved. At the age of 7 I got my first dog named Chip. He was a beagle and from that point my parents gave me full responsibility to train, feed, and care for him. By the age of 10 I started buying young calves, raising them and then selling them. Then I also started breeding "show chickens" to sell them as well. As a kid I was addicted to raising things and improving their bloodlines by pairing the best of them together.
When I was 15 I went on a trip to Ohio to visit some friends and they were breeding "Goldendoodles”. I knew very little about them, but I knew one thing and that's I love dogs and I wanted to know more. After talking to them I bought a Golden Retriever from them and from then on I was addicted, obsessed, fascinated, you name it and that's exactly what I was. I learned everything I could find about breeding and Goldendoodles in general. My journey into dog breeding had begun! I fell in love with the personality of a Goldendoodle and also the amazing look that they have! At this time I am now 20 years old and have decided to pursue this dream full time and to aim to make every litter of puppies better than the last. I have now turned it into a established program and have some of the greatest lines in the world, with customers flying from all over the United States and other countries for my dogs. Why, you might wonder, do people fly from all over for my dogs? Over the years I have developed a certain type of Goldendoodle which is what I call a "teddy bear" medium goldendoodle. It is 35-45 pounds with a straight/wavy coat and a calm, loving, and easy to train personality. (The picture to the left is a great example of a "teddy bear” Goldendoodle.) Word of mouth has also contributed to my reputation for offering great looking, healthy, family-friendly dogs that easily become “Your new best friends”. Families that get my pups can also attest to the fact that I love to answer questions and give advice about training, feeding, and grooming both in person and with my online videos! I’m passionate about these dogs and about the pleasant and healthy addition they can make to our lives!