Previous Puppies

Below are some of the puppies we have had the honor of raising in the recent years of 2018, 2019 & 2020.

The best part of my days are raising, and spending time w/these babies and their parents each day. I know people think that caring for one or two dogs is a lot of work, but they really aren’t. They are much more company, love and companionship than they are work. But, of course, I also realize this is a God-given calling and not all could fully agree with me, or commit to serve their pets full-time. So, please enjoy the labors of my love!

Below the updates you can see photos of some of the other puppies.


Purchased a Labradoodle (Maverick) from Allison back in February of 2020 and he has been the best dog ever. He was well socialized, healthy, and we are happy to have him as part of our family! Integrity Pets is A+++ in my book and definitely recommended!


Erin sent me this update on “Pheobe”, the Goldendoodle, 7/2020

Our girl is loving her new home! She’s doing great with the potty training, is already learning what “no” means, is learning to fetch, and sleeping through the night! And it seems like she’s already grown. lol. Can’t believe how much we love her already!!


Hi Allison! Just wanted to give an update on our sweet girl before I forgot. She’s an absolute angel, we already are so in love with her. On Friday, she went to the vet and won everyone over with how calm and friendly she behaved! Potty training has been largely successful and she’s the most cuddly and affectionate pup I’ve ever known. She sits beside me on the couch and naps while I study for exams with no qualms. She’s just what we needed for our season of life. Thank you so much for giving us our sweet girl Raven Octavia. 🙂 
Have a blessed Sabbath. Zach and Rachel
Adopted a Westipoo August 2020


Annie is adjusting really well to the other pets. She is very attached to me, since they won’t play with her. I guess she didn’t like the way I planted the flowers, so she tried to help. She is very, very smart! She is about 90% potty trained. If I happen to miss her standing at the door or ringing the bell I hung, she uses the puppy pads. I never really trained her to do that– I just laid them in areas she had frequented a few weeks back. Thank you so much for helping me pick her. Have a great week.

~Debbie H. adopted Annie, A Goldendshepadoodle June 2020

August update on Annie….
Annie is such a sweet heart. She is 20 lbs now & doesn’t even look like the same pup. She is like a fluffy cotton ball all over except down here back… it is gold straighter hair. She is in training right now. The trainer said the sky is the limit w/ her abilities. She is so smart & very attached to me. Hope all is well w/ you & all your fur babies. Thank you for picking a good baby for me.


Dear Alison,
I hope you remember me. We got Clover, the Goldendoodle from you on February 1, 2020.Despite this chaos, I hope you are well. Clover is doing really well. She stole our hearts with her sweet and playful nature. We are absolutely happy with her, and she is doing really good.
-Soyoung C. adopted Clover, Goldendoodle


Lorelei, Will and I go to the dog park almost every day.  Of course, little Will at sixteen pounds has to keep up with the big boys and girls-they have a separate park for little dogs 35 pounds and under- but honestly, he’s so fierce about protecting her that he doesn’t even hesitate to get in the middle of a group.  On other days we walk. I’ve discovered that evening is not the best time for Lorelei because that’s the time when the bunnies are out in numbers.  She’s learned she can’t fly with the mockingbirds or climb trees with the squirrels, but she seems confident that she could catch a bunny, if I’d just let her go.  I don’t need a gym for strength training. ~Kathleen L. adopted Lorelei F1b Labradoodle


Allison, You are so sweet, thank you!
I admit, it’s been an adjustment and I struggle to keep up with his energy. However, things are better and we are in more of a routine. I just wish I had a big yard for him. But I walk him as often as I can and take him to the dog park. He is lovable, smart, and a bit mischievous. He knows when I’m getting dressed for work and tries to pull those clothes off of me. When I come home, he has started bringing me my shorts and tshirt because he knows I’m staying. Lol. Smart. 
Thanks for touching base. Take care. ~Tracy T. adopted Comfort Retriever, Simon


Hope you’ve been well! I bought a black westipoo from you on Aug 3, 2020. I just wanted to let you know he’s doing well and has been lovely in our home. Thank you for making it possible for him to be a part of our family!
Have a wonderful week! Jenni


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