THANK YOU :)
> Hi there Jamie,
> Just wanted to drop a line to say a big thank you for everything.
Finn is even more wonderful than we imagined.
In only 2 days we cannot see our home without him now.
Hes such a well behaved little guy.
We're having a real easy time training him, we're kennel training at night.
As for the potty training he's pretty much trained !! We couldn't believe it really.
All around he's just a delight and we all love him so much.
You can tell he was well cared for before he came to our home,
we would recommend you as a breeder to anyone :)
> Jessica and Jeremy
> Labrador city, NL
We wanted to let you know how thrilled we are with our puppy from Dreamdoodles.
Female #3 from Zeva and Wizard's litter is now our little "Heidi."
She is truly part of the family, and completes our home.
She is the happiest, most intelligent, sweetest puppy we've ever met.
She is eager to learn and see new things every day.
She completed two puppy classes, and most recently, became a weekend
boating expert as you can see in the photo. We couldn't be happier with her.
Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to what you do!
Here are some photos of her as she grows.
She is almost 27 lbs and 6 1/2 months old now.
Thank you so much!!!
-Lauren & Jordan Nick
I want to tell you that he is the sweetest, funniest, cutest darn dog I have ever known. He is friendly and playful, makes me laugh, makes me smile, just generally brings joy to me and everyone he meets. Except for my schnauzer Rogan, who Seamus still terrorizes. The good news though is that Rogan now gives as good as he takes. I take Seamus with me to my brother’s house for dinner every Sunday. I’m beginning to think they love him more than me from the way they all cheer when he comes in the door, and pretty much ho-hum when I follow behind him. My daughter Katie has pictures of him up on her desk at work and tells everyone that he is her puppy. Seriously, I’m beginning to get a complex! (Just kidding.) J
I’ve included a couple of new pictures of him. The cone is from his neutering -- he wouldn’t leave the incision alone -- so he had to wear the humiliating cone of shame. But it didn’t keep him down. He still ran around like a crazy dog chasing Rogan and playing fetch. It was pretty funny when we went outside. He would put his head down to sniff the ground and scoop up all this snow into the cone. It was hilarious! He was so happy Saturday when we got his stitches out and took the cone off.
I could keep going on, but I won’t. I just wanted to thank you again for Seamus. I am forever grateful!
Meagan, Mike and Mila
We would like to thank you for our wonderful puppy Finnigan.
He is the son of Sparrow and Lucas, and was born on May 12, 2016.
He is incredibly smart, and learned to sit and lie down within 48 hours
He continues to impress us with his intelligence. The first time I threw
his ball he retrieved it and brought it back to me. Now it is one of his
He loves to go for walks and meet new people and other dogs.
He is super friendly and well behaved.
Finnigan is such a calm puppy and everyone loves him.
Our family just adores him and we are thrilled to have him.
He wakes us up in the morning by licking our faces.
What can be a better start to your day than waking up to puppy kisses.
He is like a teddy bear that has come to life.
Thank you for being such a fantastic breeder and taking the time
and effort to breed such wonderful golden doodles.
We will send more pictures as he continues to grow.
Sue and Mark Dudley