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Most of our parents live in the home of me and my husband. Those that do not, are placed in "guardian homes", which are families that have gone through an  extensive application process.

All guardians live within 30 minutes of our home and bring their dogs to visit every 6 weeks, if not more.

All Hoth Doodles puppies are born and raised in our home, which the moms are very comfortable in due to the regular visits. 


Ruby has passed (with flying colors!) the AKC Star Puppy program and have received her certification. 

Marley is working towards her Star Puppy certification, and starting her therapy dog training. 

Ruby and Marley will someday be Therapy and Facility dogs through the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. 

Our goal is to visit hospitals, nursing homes, and schools in our area to share the love that a dog can provide. 

Health Testing 

We begin a large portion of our health testing at one year of age. We complete our genetic panel prior to a year of age due to the genetic makeup of the dog staying the same for the entirety of the dogs life. Our health testing includes genetic health and testing panel done, OFA testing that includes, OFA Hips, OFA Elbows, OFA Patella , OFA Cardiac, OFA CERF EYES. 

We do OFA preliminary hip, patella, and elbow screenings and proceed with that parent according to the health score that was received and do this because of the research and the paragraph below from the OFA website. OFA Prelims are not listed on the OFA website or database. We will happily provide you with a copy. Just message us :)

This is a paragraph off of the OFA website-
"A previous OFA veterinary journal publication* compared the reliability of the preliminary evaluation hip grade phenotype with the 2 year old evaluation in dogs and there was 100% reliability for a preliminary grade of excellent being normal at 2 years of age (excellent, good, or fair). There was 97.9% reliability for a preliminary grade of good being normal at 2 years of age, and 76.9% reliability for a preliminary grade of fair being normal at 2 years of age. Reliability of preliminary evaluations increased as age at the time of preliminary evaluation increased, regardless of whether dogs received a preliminary evaluation of normal hip conformation or HD. For normal hip conformations, the reliability was 89.6% at 3-6 months, 93.8% at 7-12 months, and 95.2% at 13-18 months. These results suggest that preliminary evaluations of hip joint status in dogs are generally reliable. However, dogs that receive a preliminary evaluation of fair or mild hip joint conformation should be reevaluated at an older age (24 months)."

You can access the article here









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F1B Mini Sheepadoodle

Mother: F1 Sheepadoodle
Father: AKC Red and White Mini Poodle

Weight: 24 lbs.

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F1B Mini Goldendoodle.

Mother: Hazel, F1 Mini Goldendoodle
Father: AKC Red Mini Poodle

Weight: 34 lbs.

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AKC Small Standard Poodle

Mother: AKC Cream Small Standard Poodle
Father: AKC Small Standard Poodle

Weight: 24 lbs.

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 F1 Mini Goldendoodle

Mother: AKC Golden Retriever
Father: AKC Red Mini Poodle

Weight: 28 lbs.

Hazel has been retired and she has given us four beautiful litters of amazing puppies. She has blessed us with many service dogs, ESAs, and therapy dogs. We wish her the best retirement because she deserves it!

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Mini Multigenerational Goldendoodle

Mother: Multigeneration Goldendoodle
Father: Multigenerational Goldendoodle

Current Weight: 20 pounds

Maverick will be available for stud services when he comes of breeding age. Completely Health tested females and approved programs only,


Multigenerational Mini Goldendoodle

Mother: Hazel F1 Mini Goldendoodle
Father: Milo Multigenerational Goldendoodle from @Bountiful Doodles

Current Weight: 18 lbs.

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Mini Mulitgenerational Goldendoodle

Mother: Ruby Mini Goldendoodle
Father: Cruz Multigenerational Goldendoodle from @Gilson Doodles

Current Weight: 11 lbs.

Another Momma coming soon!

Another Momma coming soon!