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Mini maltipoo,
& Goldendoodle puppies

Bring home your doodle puppy.

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Why doodles are a good fit for your family:


  • They require very little exercise.
  • They're perfect for small homes or yards.
  • Doodles are the right size to sit on your lap.
  • They are intelligent because of the poodle side.
  • Doodles are sweet because of the Maltese side.


People love our doodles!

About Us

We work hard to create the best genetic quality combinations of breeds available on the market today. Customer satisfaction is number one. Our goal is to go above and beyond to make your transition in acquiring your newest family member as easy as possible. We are caring, puppy loving sisters who want to bring the love that we have of our own puppy family members to the new loving homes of others. When we see the smiles on childrens' faces, it makes it all worth it.

Frequently asked questions

What do I need to do prepare for my new puppy?

You will want to have grooming supplies.

How do I care for my puppy?

There’s a lot to caring for a puppy. See details in the blog.

How do I buy a puppy?

Contact me by texting at (435) 632-6561. You put down a deposit. Then, when your puppy is 8 weeks old, it’s time to come pick your puppy up.

Is there a waitlist?

Normally, we don’t have a waitlist. If we need one, we will make a waitlist.

How much do I feed my puppy?

Feed a 1/4 – 1/2 cup mixture of wet food and dry kibble 3 times a day. Refrigerate after opening and follow instructions on the dog food can for expiration.

Does it come with its shots and deworming? What about the next shots?

First shot for parvo is administered at 6 to 8 weeks old. Your veterinarian will administer the second shot 3-4 weeks later and a third shot at 6:00 3:00 to 4 weeks after that. At 16 weeks the rabies vaccine needs to be administered by your veterinarian.

How do I keep my puppy safe?

Your puppy cannot be taken anywhere where he/she can be exposed to parvo until all shots are completed. This includes grass and dirt or any unwashed surface. Basically keep your puppy in the backyard or in your home away from potentially unvaccinated dogs. Parvo can live in the ground for 10 years.

Should I take my puppy to the vet?

We recommend you have your puppy examined by your veterinarian within 72 hours after you pick it up.