We are a small hobby breeder of mini and toy doodles in the Colorado foothills.  We are proud of the healthy babies we have nurtured over the last 20 years to become exceptional family members. We are not a kennel, our pet puppies are born in our home and are socialized with adults, children, and other pets as they grow. Our goal
is to carefully breed beautiful doodles
with balanced temperament, excellent health and beauty. 

Our upmost priority is the health and safety of our puppies. We proudly use EMBARK genetic testing for our breeding dogs. 

We allow visits from buyers who have placed deposits on a 
puppy after they have had their first puppy shot at 6 weeks of age.

For anyone else that is seriously interested in purchasing one of our puppies and would like to visit them, we require a copy of a valid drivers license to be emailed to us prior to the visit.  We also ask that before coming to visit that you DO NOT visit with other puppies!  

We reserve the right to refuse to sell a puppy to anyone for any reason. Your depos​​it will be refunded if at any time prior to final payment it is necessary to refuse the sale of the puppy.​ We know you will understand that we only have the best interest for our family and puppies.

Please call us Monday-Saturday 9am - 9pm and if we are busy with our furkids we will call you back! Feel free to email anytime!
Our foundation Golden Retriever "Ruby" She is a joyful, healthy amazing dog. She is retired now, living the good life with her new mom and dad who she hikes, camps and chills out with! Thanks Neala and Devin for loving our special girl.​
Past puppies are serving as therapy dogs, emotional support dogs and all around great family pets!  We use a 5 step early Bio Sensory Stimulation modified from the Military/police dog "super dog" program which helps pups with skills in soocialization and training! All our puppies begin bell potty training as soon as their eyes open and will be working on basic commands until they come home.

 When you pickup your puppy you will receive health guarantee, vet record with vet contact information, baggie of puppy food that they have been eating and a blanket with scent of mom and litter mates. We provide lifelong support and assistance or you and your new family member.

Moyan Poodle

AKC designates a poodle under 15" as a miniature poodle. In Europe & Austrailia a full grown poodle (14-18" at the withers) is called a caniche moyen (in most of Europe) and a kleinpudel (in Germany). In the US a full grown poodle that's over 15" is
registered/shown as the standard poodle. registered/shown as the standard poodle. 
The standard poodle is regarded as the second most intelligent breed of dog after the Border Collie, and before the German Shepherd. The poodle breed with AKC is found officially in toy, miniature, and standard with many coat colors. Originally a water retriever and excellent swimmer, the poodle is skillful in many sports, including agility, obedience, nose work and water sports. 
Poodles like to be in the center of things and are easily trained to do astonishing tricks involving both brains and agility. 
Poodles are extremely people-oriented and athletic dogs and eager to please, and tend to be very good with children. They like to go everywhere with their people. Like most dogs, they appreciate daily exercise, such as a walk or a play session.  Poo
are agile and athletic. 

Golden Retriever 
It's no surprise that the Golden Retriever is one of the top ten most popular dogs in the U.S. It's all good with the Golden: he's highly intelligent, sociable, beautiful, and loyal. He's also lively.
The Golden is slow to mature and retains the silly, playful personality of a puppy until three to four years of age, and many keep their puppyish traits into old age.
Originally bred for the physically demanding job of retrieving ducks and other fowl for hunters, the Golden needs daily exercise: a walk or jog, free time in the yard, a run at the beach or lake (most Goldens love water), or a game of fetch. And like other intelligent breeds who were bred to work, they need to have a job to do, such as retrieving the paper, waking up family members, or competing in dog sports. A tired Golden is a well-behaved Golden.
As well as giving your Golden Retriever physical and mental exercise, you should also be prepared to include him in your family activities. The Golden Retriever is a family dog, and he needs to be with his "pack." Don't consider getting a Golden unless you're willing to have him in the house with you, they are not going to be happy being outside all day.
​Males are 23 to 24 inches tall and weigh 65 to 75 pounds. Females are generally 21.5 to 22.5 inches tall and 55 to 65 pounds. Golden Retrievers usually reach their full height by one year of age, and their mature weight by two.

Bernese Mountain dog
Big, powerful, and built for hard work, the Bernese Mountain Dog is also strikingly beautiful and blessed with a sweet, affectionate nature. Berners are generally placid but are always up for a romp with the owner, whom they live to please. 
Berners get along with the entire family and are particularly gentle with children, but they will often become more attached to one lucky human. Berners are imposing but not threatening, and they maintain an aloof dignity with strangers.