Toby (Lovingly known as
Toby was always the easy-going one of the litter; a little pudgy since birth,
but sweet and lovable as they come.
Toby was one of four puppies born in Zoe's first litter in
2014. He and his 3 siblings have stayed in touch and even got together for a
six-month reunion AND to celebrate their first birthday at a dog park in the
area. Check out
more photos on the Facebook page.
Tucker was the first-born and first-selected. He stayed in the San Diego
area and became a "regular" at the
Sophia Hotel in San
Diego (a pet-friendly hotel in the Downtown area).
He's a favorite at his doggie-day-care center. He's fun-loving and everyone
that sees him stops us to ask what kind of dog he is and just have to take time
to pet and love him. He's completed extensive training and became a stunning
example of a Goldendoodle. He goes to work
with "dad" about 4 days a week and does just great hanging out at the office.
He goes to a groomer for a bath and brush weekly just to keep him looking and
smelling nice. "We leave his fur longer as we really like that look."
Aslan moved to the Northern region of San Diego, joining a family with a boy and
a girl to keep him busy. He began as one of the most quiet and relaxed puppies
in the bunch, but quickly grew into an active little boy!
"We've taken him to the groomer and we prefer the
"clean cut" look; a bit leaner and neater. The nice
thing with doodles is that you can have many different looks, just let it grow
out, cut it, style it. Aslan loves getting his hair cut, he seems to like being
Sweet Sally stayed in Alpine, California, (just East of San Diego). She was
consistently a favorite due to her gentle features and precious smile. If the
truth be told, she learned very well how to defend herself in a litter
surrounded by six boys!
Benson moved to Denver, Colorado. Although there were concerns that he might be
lonely, being so far from his "birth family," he joined a family with two boys...so he
has new brothers that he'll be playing with for years to come.
As much as everyone loved his long coat, the poor guy couldn't see where he was
Here's his "pre- and post-haircut" photos:
headed out to Corona, California (East of Los Angeles, part of the
"Inland Empire"). Harley was the lightest color and, when he went to be with his
new family, was by far the curliest of the litter.
"Harley is doing so great and is so super well
behaved and has become my shadow. He sleeps through the night from around 11
until 6.30 when
he lets us know he needs to go out. He is a big sleeper and eater
and is definitely not a hyper dog at all. Harley absolutely loves the outdoors! He plays great with his two "siblings," the puppy pictured here and a kitten his same age."
Marley was known as "Mr Green" for the longest time. His new family was waiting
to meet him before selecting just the right name to fit him and his
Marley was born with a fairly straight coat, but developed large,
thick waves as weeks passed.
"He is such a joy and has settled
into his new home quite nicely. He struts around like he has been here forever!
Marley is clearly the smartest dog I have ever had! I wanted to thank you all
again! I know that Marley’s first 8 weeks were critical in his development! He is an
outstanding puppy who I know will be an amazing adult dog! As far as grooming, well, we like him long but it is a chore (we
brush him out every evening). I trim around his eyes and have the groomer
clip up his legs so he doesn't track in everything.
Loveable teddy bear Kody (descriptive of a Kodiak Bear) stayed in California,
going up to the Ventura area. He was the little chubby guy in the litter,
developing a thick, soft, fluffy coat. Cuddly and adorable - there's not a lot
more to say about Kody.
He could go into professional modeling as an example of
a perfect little stuffed animal.
Kody has learned to ring the bell at the door when he needs to go out!
"He is such an affectionate dog and everyone loves him. I took him for a Vet
check today and he passed with flying colors. At the same time, he really hammed
it up at the Vets office and everyone immediately fell in love with him. I have him in doggie day care twice a week,
and they call him "Krazy Kody." He also loves mud and getting dirty. I haven't
shaved him at all...I really like the way he looks with longer hair, so I've been
clipping little bits of hair around his eyes only."