A stunning litter of first generation Giant Sheepadoodles born to Razzyl and Huck on March 7, 2023. There are available puppies in this litter of three boys and three girls - pictures coming soon! Expected adult weight is 70-100lbs. Genetic health, hips, and temperaments are EXCELLENT! Please, visit the "Adopting" page for more information and to view the "Application Document".
AVAILABLE PUPPIES READY FOR ADOPTION BELOW.
Standard F1bb Sheepadoodles
Born 10.6.22 - Ready for Adoption
The sweetest little tomboy you'll ever meet.
Diana has a big personality that will be nearly reckless for attention, will be a pain just for the fun of it, will cuddle on your lap for hours despite being obviously overheated, is curious about everything, can hardly contain her excitement over any smaller being, and whom we are confident will make one of the best four legged companions because of her intelligence, tenacity, and high drive to please.
Diana has been Puppy Culture raised including: crate training, litter box training, sensory training, startle-recovery training, problem-solving training, is comfortable with nail and scissor trimming and has been trimmed with clippers. She has been introduced to the basic commands: sit, up, lay down, and out, did well on the leash for her recent veterinarian visit, is comfortable with a harness and views the collar as a constant nuisance, and was 25 pounds at 16 weeks old. Her expected adult weight is between 50-60lbs.
The boy who's ready for anything.
Arthur is more than just a stunning coat, he is precious, gentle, patient, sweet, cuddly, intelligent, has eyes that speak to your soul, and a tail that rarely stops flouncing his joy. He loves cuddles and will put up with nearly anything to stay cozied on a lap, is curious about everything (just like his sister), cannot wait to hear or see a little being, loves to run, run, run, is a quick learner, and loves a long nap on a soft bed.
Arthur has been Puppy Culture raised including: crate training, litter box training, sensory training, startle-recovery training, problem-solving training, is comfortable with nail, scissor, clipper trimmings. He has been introduced to the basic commands: sit, up, lay down, and out, did well on the leash for his recent veterinarian visit, is comfortable with a harness, and was 29 pounds at 16 weeks old. His expected adult weight is between 60-70lbs.