GOLDEN VALLEY DOODLES

Quality breeders of outstanding doodles. We specialize in Goldendoodles, Sheepadoodles and Aussiedoodles. Our dogs are raised for health, temperament, intelligence, family compatibility, and allergy friendliness. Not to mention you've probably never seen a cuter doodle than the ones you'll see right here.

CONTACT

915 Hattie Wallace Rd.

Morton, MS 39117

T: (601) 900-2991

E: info@goldenvalleydoodles.com

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What We Recommend

Golden Valley Doodles takes great pride in the pups raised here, and we want to ensure a happy, successful upbringing in your home. Over the years, we’ve wasted precious time and money on inferior products - it’s a learning curve. Our goal is to point you in the right direction for tried-and-true methods, products and services. Get ready to start nesting … it’s just like bringing the new baby home!

Bedding

We love round doughnut beds for new puppies. Because the bolster that goes all the way around it seems to comfort puppies - they are
accustomed to piling up with their litter mates to nap, and the cocoon like style of these beds mimics that feel for them.

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Housebreaking

Crate and tether! Two important factors in housebreaking, aside from
patience and consistency. I don’t suggest using paper training methods, nor the puppy pee pads. Read More

Feeding

The puppies have been on PawTree (salmon formula), soaked in water to soften it, with some goats milk added for flavor. Your pup will be weaned off the goats milk and water soak at 5-6 weeks, and eating dry feed when they come home. Doodles can sometimes have sensitive tummies ... you will NOT want to change to a different brand of feed right off the bat. Read More

Extras

Three things I always keep on hand - canned pumpkin, coconut oil, and essential oils. Puppies will have digestive upsets for many reasons, and
sometimes for seemingly no reason at all.
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Collar & Leash

Start small, and let your pup grow into their collar. You’ll end up buying a couple of them before they're finished growing.  Read More

Toys

Get lots! Soft toys that squeak, tug toys, and some that are rigid for teething. Rotate the toys so she doesn’t get bored with them. I like antlers for chew toys better than bones. Rawhide chews are not
recommended at this age - tough on their tummies, which means accidents and messy clean ups for you. Read More

Grooming

Doodles will mat, and mats are painful for them. Think of your hair being in too-tight pigtails, and how that pulls at your scalp. Now consider that behind your ears, Read More

Going Home Bag

No, we won't send you away without everything you need!  Read More

Crate Training

The crate is without a doubt the one of the best foundations for training one can have. So many benefits! One, and the most natural, is that a crate will become your puppy’s “room”. Just like all of us, puppy will need some alone time and a place where they can get away from the
household at times. Read More

Treats

For the first 3-4 days, withhold treats. There will be plenty of time for that later. In the very
beginning, dietary changes are not recommended because they are already a tad stressed from all of the recent change.
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Resources

Doodles will mat, and mats are painful for them. Think of your hair being in too-tight pigtails, and how that pulls at your scalp. Now consider that behind your ears, Read More