Front Range
Goldendoodles

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The Perfect Family Pet

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Our goal is to provide you with a happy, healthy, well socialized family pet that's been raised in our home alongside our own family.  Adding a puppy to the family is a big decision!  It can be a confusing and daunting process but should also be a lot of fun! We're doing all we can to take out the guess work and make it an easy and enjoyable process.  Our puppies have all the benefits of a responsible breeding program  in the warm and loving environment of our home.  

Puppies

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Tundra's next litter will be early fall of 2020. Please subscribe below for updates about future litters.

Puppy Culture

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We raise our puppies using the Puppy Culture method. This program of raising puppies follows the pups week by week, providing a good foundation and the best possible outcome for adult dogs. This includes: early neurological stimulation, resiliency, socialization and enrichment activities appropriate for each developmental stage. The first eight weeks are critical to the puppies emotional and mental development.  Puppies are in our home full time (no kennel or garage) where we work daily on early potty training techniques, positive exposure to crates and grooming as well as early behavior training. This program starts each puppy off in the best way possible.  For more information, go visit: https://shoppuppyculture.com/pages/puppy-culture-1 or https://breedingbetterdogs.com/article/early-neurological-stimulation

GANA

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We are proud accredited breeders of the Goldendoodle Association of North America.

The Goldendoodle Association of North America (GANA) is the first and only breed club established for the Goldendoodle.  The GANA’s primary objective is to promote and guide the development of the Goldendoodle to achieve breed standards while maintaining optimum health. A Code of Ethics and Accredited Breeder Rules and Requirements have been created to assure that the common goal of the betterment of the breed is followed by all breed members.

To find out more about the GANA click the link below.