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My name is Laura Chaffin, and I am a small breeder of Golden Doodles, Labradoodles, and Double Doodles. We often have medium size dogs (30 to 45 pounds) and occasional have the miniature size (20 to 30 lbs) as well. These dogs have wonderful, faithful, obedient, and family friendly temperaments. I enjoy this combination because it brings in more diverse retriever blood while still including the poodle blood lines. 

I am a small breeder and do not have kennels. My dogs are well cared for, fed, and live with us in our house. Since I have just 3 females, I don't often have puppies. However when I do have puppies, I will have up to date photos and videos of the pups as they grow. I feed raw and home cooked food for my dogs, and I use NuVet and Nupro supplements. They are all up to date on heartworm prevention, and I also genetically test my dogs with OFA and through bloodwork. 

Let me know if you are interested in future puppies.

"I pray that the Lord will bless and protect you,
and that He will show you mercy and kindness.
May the Lord be good to you

and give you peace "  - Numbers 6:24
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Heidi

Heidi, a female Bernedoodle. I am hoping that she will be our future mom of miniature/medium F1b Bernedoodle puppies. She is adorable and sweet.

Paisley

Paisley is a miniature doodle weighing about 14 pounds. She is a reddish brown color. She is our mom for F3b mini doodle puppies; Goldendoodle/Labradoodle lines. Paisley is an easy keeper. She has a high drive for obedience and willingness to please, as well as being a sweet, loving dog. She had health testing done with Paw Prints Genetics testing 150 different diseases. Paisley is not at-risk for any of the diseases tested. And Paisley is not a carrier for any of the diseases tested. Patellas were tested with no luxation.

Wren

Wren is a red, third generation Goldendoodle/labradoodle. She weighs about 25 lbs. She has a mellow, sweet, gentle temperament. Her mother is our Double Doodle, Wiggle II, and her father is our Goldendoodle, Ambrosias. Her grandmother is our Goldendoodle, Bunny, and grandfather was our Moyen Poodle, Jacques. Her great grandmother was our English Golden Retriever, Liebschen.

Liebschen

Liebschen (Retired) has a beautiful, spun gold coat. She is willing to do anything you ask of her. And she absolutely loved being a mommy! Her hips score was good.




Wiggle

Wiggle (Left, retired), Bunny's daughter, looks like a miniature golden retriever and is a golden color. She is very submissive and obedient, as well as loving and affectionate. She has her CERF Certifications. 



Bunny Annie Laurie

Bunny Annie Laurie (Retired),  sister to Albert,  is an F1 Golden Doodle, weighing 50 lbs. She is OFA Certified Excellent for hips and OFA cleared for cardiac, and has her CERF certification. She is from the Champion Gold Rush line of Golden Retrievers and has a wonderful, willing to please temperament.

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Grigsby

Grigsby, a male miniature poodle. Hoping for Bernedoodle and goldendoodle puppies from him. Great temperament!

Wally

Wally is our male miniature poodle. He is a cream color and weighs about 10 pounds. Wally is the dad to our miniature doodle puppies. He is a sweet boy and loves attention. Wally has had genetic testing with Paw Print Genetics, testing for 150 diseases. Wally is not at-risk for any of the diseases tested. Wally is not a carrier for any of the diseases tested. He also has Patella certification with OFA.

Jacques

Jacques is a small standard poodle we acquired in 2004. Together in 2005 he and Liebschen had Bunny Annie Laurie, the mother of our miniature goldendoodle puppies. His OFA hips score was excellent.

Winston Pooh Bear

Winston Pooh Bear is a miniature poodle. He sired Bunny's litter of goldendoodle puppies. He is a brown and white parti and weighs 13 pounds. He has a wonderful personality and has VWD, CBC, OFA good hips, and OFA good elbows, good knees. OFA cardiac, and CERF cleared. Excellent health results!

Harley

Here is Harley the miniature Australian Labradoodle. He is the father to Cubic Wiggle. He is a sweet, lovely little guy and comes from tested parentage.

Magnum Ops

This is Magnum Opus, a red moyen Poodle. He is Pinky's father. He has CERF Certification, Von Willebrand Disease cleared, good hips and elbows - OFA Certification. He is a very gently, sweet guy. He is 32 lbs.

Sir Fezick the Great

Above is the miniature poodle, Sir Fezick the Great. Sire of our first miniature goldendoodles and labradoodles.

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These puppies have been reduced in price. If you are looking for a Goldendoodle, I would recommend that you don’t pass these up. These are from champion bloodlines and were intentionally bred for soundness and raised in a home -not a kennel. 😊😊We are wanting to find furever homes for our little babies. They are 5 weeks. Ready to go home July 5th.
They are f1 Standard goldendoodles.
Parents have championship bloodline.
Mom is an English cream and weighs 50lbs
Dad is a red standard poodle and weighs 60lbs
We have 7 males and 1 female.
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250 no -refundable deposit.
They will go home with 2 sets of shots and deworming. Vet checked at 6 weeks.
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Beautiful puppies available!We are wanting to find furever homes for our little babies. They are 5 weeks. Ready to go home July 5th.
They are f1 Standard goldendoodles.
Parents have championship bloodline.
Mom is an English cream and weighs 50lbs
Dad is a red standard poodle and weighs 60lbs
We have 7 males and 1 female.
We are letting them go to their homes 950
250 no -refundable deposit.
They will go home with 2 sets of shots and deworming. Vet checked at 6 weeks.
We will deliver or half way for the cost of the gas!
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English Teddybear F1 Goldendoodles available from Pattington Doodles! Beautiful, in - home raised babies!

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I have been owned by 10 dogs in my life. If you are not a “dog person,” you don’t know what I mean about the mystery of dog ownership. We think we select them. We see them at the shelter, the pet store, the breeder, or as a stray, and we think we are giving them a home. We think we’re caring for them, feeding them, and paying their ridiculous vet bills. But that is not how it really works. Dog ownership is more like the mystery of the doctrine of predestination—a theological term theologians don’t understand. This doctrine clearly (not really) states that while we are deciding to follow Jesus, He really didn’t give us a choice. He had already selected us. Confusing? I know. But dogs aren’t as confusing . . . they select us. Somehow, they send a dog email to God saying, “That human needs a dog exactly like me.” And God says, “I agree, but we will let the human think he picked you.”

So, I have been picked, or owned, by 10 dogs in my life. Maggie, our Golden Retriever, died Saturday night. It was not a predicted death. It was a big surprise. It wasn’t a violent death. We just woke up, went to the garage to get her, and she wasn’t breathing. Wow. A family member gone. ‘Cause we Ramseys are hillbillies of the best kind. We LOVE animals, and our dogs are family. We talk baby talk with them and shorten our syllables to make our point. They steal food off our toddler’s plate and we sort of think it’s funny. We treat our dogs like family and they treat us the same way. We love them conditionally and they love us unconditionally. I have cried an embarrassing amount over Maggie’s passing.

I have been owned by dogs that were pretty, dogs that were dumb, dogs that were hyper, dogs that shed, dogs that didn’t, dogs that would chase a ball, dogs that would catch a frisbee, and dogs that were good with kids. And out of all 10, only one was mean: a crazy Dalmatian that only liked me—no one else. I have been owned by purebred dogs and by pound dogs, and they all chose me and loved me.

In my limited experience, most dogs are better than some people. They don’t ask much, they aren’t mean, they care about your feelings, and they can sense when you’ve had a bad day. If you have had a bad day, it is their job to make it better.

I wish I was more like that.

Maggie is possibly the best dog that has owned me. In her 10 years of life, I never saw her aggressive or mean with a single person. She was gentle with children and had big eyes that said, “Pet me please, you will be glad you did ‘cause angels sing when you pet me.” She might have been my smartest dog—she was purebred from a championship line—and could intuitively learn instruction better than any I have seen. Of course, she was a retriever, so boy could she retrieve everything all the time, just in case her human might need one of “those.” She would jump off our lake house dock for hours fetching whatever was thrown, but certainly her favorite duck—one of those fake ones you train with from Sports Academy. She was beyond affectionate. She would stand on your foot and push her head into your waist, which was as close as I have ever come to being hugged by a dog. Truth is, she would do anything to be petted. I wish I had done that more Saturday.

So, why am I telling you all this? Because if you’re a dog person or if you just should be, there is a lesson in a life like Maggie’s: wag more, bark less. Be others-centered instead of self-centered. Don’t be too busy jumping off the dock chasing ducks that aren’t real to stop and love your family. People matter, and you should treat them that way. When you are given an assignment, devote yourself to it as if your life depended on it. It doesn’t, but someone else’s life will be changed if you do.

My prayer for you is that you are blessed by God someday to be owned by a dog or two in your life. Hey Jesus, if you will pet her, the angels will sing. I know it’s not in the Bible . . . but I believe it anyway.

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The dogs that chose me:

1. Mugsy: the Boston Terrier that raised me. My best friend.

2. Ishka: the Alaskan “Malamutt” (we said that since she came from the pound). Beautiful dog. Dumber than a rock.

3. Wendy: the Dalmatian given to me by a real estate client when I was in college. We soon found out why she was free—she was mean.

4. Max: the strutting Schnauzer that we got while newlyweds. Great dog. A Frito truck got him when he ran into the street. The driver and I both sobbed while we buried him. The driver was also dog people.

5. Domino: the guy said she was a Boston Terrier, I swear he did. But he lied. She had some hound dog mixed in and the mixing didn’t go well.

6. Scarlett: the prayed-for Schnauzer. When Domino ran away, my little children prayed for a dog. We were too broke to buy a dog. A friend at church bought a new house with new white carpet, so Scarlett came to live with us and raised our kids. Her real name in heaven is Grace.

7. Angel: the first Pug that, after six months with spinal problems, went to heaven. Which led to our second Pug named...

8. Heaven: who raised our son, Daniel, and dutifully lost her winter weight every summer at the lake house by running up and down the bank barking or coughing loudly (ever hear a Pug bark?) on Jet Ski patrol. She was really convinced she had run them off. We told her she was a bear dog. Well . . . we had never seen a bear since we got her.

9. Maggie: dear, dear Maggie.

10. Rufus: our remaining dog in charge . . . a Shih Tzu with an attitude, but a loving little guy who has been comforting me today.
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Why Should You Buy From a Breeder?

Buying a puppy, or even an older dog from a breeder does not make you evil and against rescue. It makes you an individual, and even though rescuing a dog is seen as the true dog lover's way of acquisition, the fact remains that buying from a responsible breeder is a personal choice and not a reflection on a dog owner's morals. responsible dog breeders do not cause pet overpopulation. Irresponsible dog owners do, whether they breed their dogs deliberately, or don't bother to neuter their dogs in the first place.

Researching and selecting a dog breeder after deciding on a purebred dog is a lot of work, but generally, pays off in the end. While no future is written in stone, a good breeder has done the work to ensure that his puppies are as free from disease and undesirable temperament traits as possible. Interacting with a breeder's dogs can give a fairly clear picture of how your dog will turn out in the future (providing you put in the effort to train him).
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Your purebred puppy, whether a pet or a show prospect, should include these things:

A pedigree of three generations or more
OFA certified hips and elbows (a score of "Good" or "Excellent" on both parents)
Eyes have been CERFed and free of genetic abnormalities
A guarantee that your dog is free from inheritable diseases and conditions, with replacement (not exchange) or refund terms, should something happen
Right of first refusal should you need to relinquish the dog for any reason
A healthy, well-socialized puppy who should adjust easily
My Story

My Story

I was wondering if you ever thought about spiritual things? Do you feel you have a moral responsibility toward God?
I would like to tell you my story. It actually started when I was in high school in Pennsylvania. 

"When you go to college, you can be anyone you want to be because no one knows you." These words were spoken to me by my sister when I was a senior in high school. The words were like a life raft to me; thrown as an offering of hope and escape. You see, I wanted so desperately to be a different person; I hated myself. I was extremely shy. I didn't like my shyness. I hated cowering before people; stammering and trembling when I talked. I couldn't look into anyone's eyes. I hated being ugly. I couldn't bear to look in the mirror. I entertained thoughts of suicide but was afraid I would go to hell. I was frightened of the Devil! When I realized I couldn't kill myself, I began to feel a certainty that I would not live beyond age twenty-one. I decided I would die by then from despair and a broken heart. 

However, those words spoken by my sister gave me great hope! I determined that I would, in a sense, 'birth' another person upon arrival at college! In college I hung out with people I wanted to copy. I put on a facade and became a good actor. Only, I found out that I still felt despair because the real me was still the same. I could, perhaps, fool others; but I could not fool myself. About that time I came to know a few people who were ...different. They had something about themselves that actually drew me to them. I found out what that something was: Jesus Christ.

They told me that they knew Him; actually had a relationship with Him. One friend explained to me his relationship with Jesus. Now, I want you to know, I thought that I was a Christian also. I went to church occasionally, though more so as a child. Anyway, this friend showed me that God loved me. The Bible says such beautiful words! I has no idea!

"This is Love! It is not that we loved God, but that He loved us." (I John 4:10a) He also shared that I could be forgiven. I knew what sin was. I knew I wasn't keeping the Ten Commandments. I knew I put myself before other people and God. But my friend shared a verse, " For God sent His Son to pay for our sins with His own blood."( I John 4:10b) I found out that when Jesus died on the cross, He took the sins of the world upon Himself. But He didn't stay dead of course. He rose again, alive! It was that day on campus that I told Jesus I believed that He died for me, and I was sorry for my sins. I invited Him to come and take control of my life. I prayed a simple prayer, but it changed my life. Jesus washed away my old person and made me brand new. He has not left me. He taught me how to love others, and how to live each day as He wants me to live. I have come out of that dark haze I was in and I am a new person. I find great comfort in a verse in Romans that says nothing can seperate us from the love of God. The lovely people who introduced me to my Savior invited me to church, and it was from meeting often with other Christians, and reading the Bible, and praying to Him, that I grew and am continuing to grow into the person I had always wanted to be; although I sure have a long way to go!

So that is my story. :-) I also invite you to think about how much God loves you and how much you need Him, whether you realize it or not. What if it's true? Thanks for listening!

Our Tragedy Of 2007

On May 9th of 2007, I was returning home from taking Beth to violin lessons when John, my husband, called me on the cell phone. He said that he got a call from the police. They said our house was on fire. I arrived at our house just a few minutes later. The police were there and as I drove by I screamed at them that we had dogs in the house! I got out and kept telling them I needed to get the dogs out. They said the house was on fire and no one could go in until the fire department got there.

Well the firemen got there and set up to fight the fire and I was going berserk, of course. They had to make sure that the gas tank in the back was not in danger of exploding and other safety precautions and it was like slow motion...
Finally they were able to go in after controlling the fire some and search for the dogs. Some of our dogs perished in the fire...

They were Wiggle, Charm, and three puppies. I am so sad.

Liebschen, Bunny, and Beau are all safe. And Beth and Liam and John and I are safe too. We were only gone 50 minutes. The house was destroyed. The fire started from some loose wires in an outlet in the kitchen which started smoldering behind the wall.

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Preferred Nutrition

We use Springtime Inc. products to improve the health of our dogs. We recommend their Bug Off Garlic and Longevity whole food formula, or Fresh Factors. 

We feed our dogs Drs. Foster and Smith dog food as well as a raw food from Drs. F and S is economical and supierior to others. it contains no wheat or corn, and is loaded with probiotics for easy digestion.

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I recommend Life's Abundance. They don't sell it in stores because they want to have control over how fresh it is. So you have to buy it online, just like the Barf Raw.

Actually it is kind of impressive how they make the food, they cook it so that the good enzymes aren't cooked out of it, so you get more value for your dollar. Anyway, if you don't think you could stick with the raw or if you would like to go half and half or just want to use kibble, try to use Life's Abundance.
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