Sheepadoodles are Highly addictive! One may not be enough...
We Relocated from Amboy, Washington to Two Harbors, MINNESOTA in August 2015
We will DEFINITELY miss all our friends and PUPPIES in the northwest area and Hope to extend our dog family to Minnesota!
It was quite an adventure Moving such a long distance. Thank Goodness for so many rest areas with pet areas :)
Where and Who We Are: My new pup is located in Two Harbors, Minnesota. We are a large family and live on a 20 acre farm with Horses, Cows, Chickens and cats. Our love of Sheepadoodles began after we got our first Old English Sheepdog.
Why We Love and Raise Sheepadoodles: We had previously raised Goldendoodles until we discovered Sheepadoodles! I had always wanted an Old English Sheepdog but they are hard to find. So when I found an adult for sale online in my area I was very excited. I did research and surprisingly discovered that English Sheepdogs are considered low-no shed and hypoallergenic! That is what I loved about my Goldendoodles but to achieve that in most Doodles (Goldendoodles, Labradoodles, Ausiedoodles...) you must breed F1B's Which essentially means 75% Poodle . I love the fact that with Sheepadoodles (unlike other Doodles) their coats are more consistent. Don't get me wrong I have produced and met some GREAT Goldendoodles and Labradoodles, But I am totally in love and have never met a Sheepadoodle I haven't liked!
About Our Sheepadoodle Family: Sheepadoodle Temperaments seem to be as consistent as their coats. At least that is what we have found here at MY NEW PUP. Of course all our dogs are our pets and family and so no dog with bad traits will be used in breeding. All our puppies are born in our home and are handled lovingly and daily by children ages ranging from 2 years old to teenagers. Everyone is taught manners around other animals and strangers. All our dogs take turns going on regular trips with us. Whether it be to run errands or on vacation. They all love the car! All are kept up to date on shots (including rabies) and worming and see our Veterinarian at least once a year for regular check-ups. Our Vet has become a close friend and is always available for us. He also gives us good and honest advice for our breeding program. We have been with the same Vet for many years and he knows all our dogs.
We groom everyone ourselves with occasional trips to a professional to fix what I've done (LOL) and for socialization. Our dogs get to have play dates with other known dogs (that are healthy and up to date on vaccines). We have placed a couple of our retired breeding dogs to Therapy homes and that should say A Lot about the temperament of our dogs.
Contact us: Phone/text: (218) 269-5126 Due to poor cell service text and email is best.