Arizona great danes and doodles
All of our puppies are bred for health, beauty and most of all, a calm, loving, gentle disposition. We prepare each puppy to be a service, therapy dog or loving family member. A tremendous amount of time and love is dedicated to socializing, and holding each baby everyday calmly on their backs in our arms. The whole family shares in the joy of raising your puppy. All of our dogs spend time with us on the farm, in the house and on trips to the cabin. They have plenty of room to run and exercise daily. We may not be the cheapest but our puppys' families say we're the best!!!! EXCELLENT REFERENCES AVAILABLE!! Never even 1 unhappy family.
Specializing in AKC Harlequins, Blues, Mantles and Blacks-bred for sweet, gentle dispositions and muscular, boxy headed beauty. European bloodlines.
Doodles--Standard, Medium and MINI Goldendoodles, labradoodles and Rare reds, chocolate, chocolate or black partis (parti means 2 colors - white and brown, red or black), MULTIGENERATION
^^^^Please be very careful with your new puppy and protect him from Parvo. It is extremely bad in AZ. We suggest that you do not take your puppy anywhere public including parks unltil he has had 3 or 4 vaccinations. Also, hold puppy at the vet office, many sick animals have been there.--We are very careful not to have sicknesses brought to our farm. Having never had parvo here, ever, please be respectful not to visit us after you have looked at puppies at people's homes, a pet store or shelter. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
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The Dog Whisperer - S06E01 - How to Raise the Perfect Dog
This video by Cesar Millan is fabulous, pls watch before getting your puppy
Boys or Girls people often ask..... In our family's opinion, Boys make a better family pet: more laid back, loving, easy going, playful, sweet. Girls tend to be cleaner, more protective, sometimes higher maintenance and also sweet.
Here's what our puppy's families are saying about us....
It has been the best decision! I researched and watched her website for literally two years and researched other breeders in the state. My husband has asthma and is allergic to dogs on top of it. We are an active/outdoors family. Growing up, I've always had very large breeds, so we knew if we were going to have a dog it would need to be hypoallergenic and larger (didn't want a shitzu for example). The idea of a smart, hypoallergenic poodle crossed with the sweet, loving temperament and outdoor passion of a lab or golden retriever seemed ideal. So we began that search.
A little about my background so you know my perspective and breeding expectations:
Growing up, my parents were dog breeders of AKC show dogs - but most important to us was that they were a part of our family. They were never treated as product or income or anything of the sort. Both my parents had full time jobs and their intent was to share the joy and temperament of their breed (weimerauners). I grew up appreciating and understanding the gift that dogs are to families, breeding for health, temperament and breed standards. Showing dogs taught dedication, responsibility, commitment. Raising quality dogs and sharing their joy is a great responsibility and a gift for the values taught and joy that it brings to the families. Dogs love unconditionally, teach forgiveness, compassion, and bring benefits of laughter, memories and activity to people's lives.
Why we chose Caroline over other breeders:
I don't know if you've met Caroline and her family yet or been to her home, so I will comment on that. She is well-educated and intellectual. This impressed me in our first conversation. Meeting her in person at her home I further discovered that she is family- and values-driven. Her three young sons, whom I met at her home, were extremely respectful and impressive in their manners and intellect as well. Her home is clean, organized, family and values-centric, and beautifully designed. Also, the pups were in the family room in their pen. This may not sound like things one may look for in a breeder, but it tells me she has standards. She takes pride and gives great care and attention to her environment and her family. The fact that the pups were in the main family room told me they were a part of the family and constantly looked after. I have been to homes where the pups were in a filthy back room or in a garage. I have been in homes where the house was disgusting - what does that tell you about the health of the pups - if they can't even take care of themselves or their own family, how can you think they will take care of the pets - or are they selling them just for money? While in Caroline's home I felt that her purpose was to bring loving hypoallergenic dogs into this world for families, not as a supplemental income. Honestly, when I saw her home and met her wonderful family I knew their priority was for the pups' quality, health, and happiness.
The cost goes into the following:
- shots or other medical needs if necessary. Caroline will do whatever it takes to ensure the health of the pups, parents, and her other animals. The animals health is priority at whatever cost. She is very forthcoming to answer any questions if you would like examples.
- quality pup food - I believe Caroline feeds the pups and mom one of the top-rated foods. She will tell you exactly what kind. I researched it myself and it was 4th or 7th in the nation. I can't remember which, but either way - still great.
- time - Caroline and her family are with the pups full time - holding, crate training, noise training, temperament training - so that when you take your little one home it is crate trained, not crying at night alone, very used to be held and very comfortable). We were
Hi there! We bought a wonderful little Aussiedoodle puppy from you back in April. We name him Meatball...I've attached some pictures for you to see.
You made our day!! Thank you. This is why we have made this our life, we adore our dogs and love holding every puppy everyday. We have had 100% over the top positive feedback like yours. Not to sound boastful but it must be the love our whole family pours out to them from birth because whether its a dane, aussiedoodle , goldendoodle or labradoodle, we get the same feed back. Whether its a 20 lb. or 200 lb. breed the results appear to be the same. We thank God for this opportunity to do what we love and the outcome has been wonderful beyond our greatest expectation. Tom and I are both home full time and the 5 kids all take part to ensure that each puppy gets a great start in life, it is very rewarding for us.
Yes, I think you should do therapy dog work in the hospitals or somewhere. He won't be the first, we have donated to children with health issues, for them to be companion dogs as well as some of our dogs have becoming therapy dogs. One will be used in a psychologist's office. It is amazing how much joy and peace a beloved pet can bring to people. Thank you again for sharing.
Hi Caroline! Deb Ogden in Prescott . First I have to say, Cooper is the love of my life! He is so sweet, smart and loyal. We jog together and he did not have to be trained to stay at my side…he just does and did from the first jogging. Any way. Just wanted to see what little guys or girls you have avail currently. Just curious. People are loving my little Cooper (Mini Cooper). Just in case someone is really interested. He is 21 lbs now. Guessing he will be closer to 30 lb mark. He is 5 and ½ months now. Not sure when they stop growing. 9 months or so? He is getting his rabies this week and I will send you the info on his surgery, vaccines, and his chip for your records.Hope all is well. When I get situated financially (someday) I will look in to another one. Don’t know if another could be as sweet and loving but Im guessing so. He is a winner! And so am I now that I have him. Deb
I just to let you know how happy we are with our little boy! He has managed to integrate himself into our lives so much that it’s hard to believe it’s only been two months. He goes to the dog park, on walks and is in puppy training at PetSmart. He is just the light our of lives. And I have a confession: after all those sleepless nights of crate training at night….guess where he now sleeps… with us. He’s so snuggley, we couldn’t resist him.
Thanks again for showing us so much joy. And of course I am spokes person for AZdanesndoodles!!
This aussiedoodle will be used as a therapy dog.
There are no words.... so I will let this picture tell it all. With humble gratitude, Lori
I wanted to thank you so much for our precious gift you and your family have given to our family. His name is Shadow and he is the most amazing, loving smart dog I have ever owned. I can’t take him anywhere without someone stopping me and asking me what kind of dog he is and that he is the cutest dog ever. Cars actually pull over to the side of the road to talk with us about Shadow.
I also wanted to take the time to thank you for the very kind, and easy transaction we had. I have never had a more positive experience buying a puppy from a breeder. (to be honest I was always uneasy about breeders) You, on the other hand completely changed my attitude about the good breeders. The minute I walked into your home I felt the love from your family and I could see just how loved these animals are. Your boys were truly amazing with my family and the pups it was such a joy and positive experience I didn’t have to worry about anything you wormed them, gave them their shots and when I took Shadow to the vet for his first check up he told me the puppy was in perfect health and his weight was perfect. We even sent in a stool sample to be tested and he was clean as a whistle. (ha ha)
In closing I would like to compliment you on mama and papa dog. I couldn’t have had such a great puppy if you did not take the care and knowledge you have in choosing the perfect parents. I honestly can’t wait to get another puppy from you and your family and I would recommend you to anyone who was looking for a puppy.
Thank you again,
Cassius @ 3 1/2 mo. 47 lbs. Gaining 4-5 lbs a week. He is getting big and we love him to death. You can give people my phone number, you are a pro. Thank you, Brooke
Brooke came back and got a female pup, Illy. Looks like Cassius likes her:)
"Frida has adjusted brilliantly. On the ride home to Tucson,
she slept almost all the way in her carrier (bed) The 1st night I was prepared for yelping but a 10:30 i put her in her crate beside my bed and not a peep out of her until 5:30 the next morning I thought o.k., she's exhausted from all of the excitement the first day. But every night th esame drill. She goes right to sleep. A couple of nights she cried softky at about 3 am. I took her outside, she did her thing and went back to bed for 3 more hours everynight the same drill. She goes right to sleep. A couple of night she cried softly about 3 am and I took her out and she did her thing and then right back to bed for 3 more hours. During the day I put her in an open metal crate and she settles down in a minute or so. every 1.5 to 2 hours I bring her out for a bit. in the evening I spend more time playing and training she is already on spot with come and sit. She has quite an appetite! She is very inquisitive and able to play by herself some of the time. Not needy. Whatever it is you are doing to prepare your pups keep it up! I'll keep you posted. Lauren
Specializing in Partis (white and chocolate or white and black), chocolates and Minis
I wanted to give you an update on our sweet baby Lemmy!
Well all I can say is that this is the best puppy we have ever had. He came to us so friendly and happy and was potty trained in no time. Everyone loves him and he really doesn't shed! When we take him out, people stop us constantly and rave about how beautiful he is. Now I'm ready to get a girl. Thank you so much for our mini labradoodle-we adore him.
a beautiful Great Dane (we are stopped constantly by people
Also, I thought I should mention that she does not shed AT ALL...not even when we brush her or bathe her. I love it! But really why we wanted to her is for my husbands allergies. As you know he was tested and the results were positive for dog allergy. She doesn't bother him at all - it's such a blessing for our family! So, thanks yet again!!
Oh - and EVERY TIME I take her to the vet, while we're in the lobby at least three different people each time comment how beautiful she is.