|KC Doodles And Poodles
Aka "FIFTY SHADES OF RED- GOLDENDOODLES"
Specializing in Apricots and Reds
F1B, Multi-Generation and "Teddy Bear" Goldendoodles
and now Red Miniature Goldendoodles
We will also be doing co-op on a litter of Bernedoodles late 2017
We treat Our Dogs- Like You'd Treat a Member of Your Family-only better!
We are not a "Backyard Breeder"- nor a large, impersonal kennel.
**We are licensed with 'Kansas Dept of Agriculture'-**
Our dogs are our pets, live jn the house with us, enjoy running around on our double lot backyard,
swimming in a 17,000 gallon inground pool during the summer-
And are never kept in a dog run or a kennel.
We have a couple dogs that we "Co-own"- so that they too get to enjoy
living full time with their forever families.
Soul mates 'Sunny & SOPHIE'
Dark Red Golden Retriever 60-65lbs & Red Standard Poodle 40-45lbs
Parents of OUR Goldendoodles 'Lucy & Ruby'
(Unfortunately, Sunny [and his family] moved away-and now live in Utah and Sophie is retired)
But we still love this picture ;)
Red & Blonde
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F1B Apricot/Cream, curly Coated Doodle 50lbs
Standard Poodle Frankie
Goldendoodle Charlie [male]
Pipsqueak Palmer aka Squeaky
Red w/White abstract 10lb Toy Poodle
Lower Left Corner
On January 19, 2015- our Male Labradoodle, MoJo- (pictured above)
was "rehomed" to a family in Concordia Missouri
on a 1 week trial basis-(due to their free range chickens)
After contacting Cynthia DAILY to see if things were "working out"
i finally found out (on day 6) that she had actually SOLD MoJo to someone else (on Craigslist)!
She refuses to give us ANY information on WHERE he is or WHO they SOLD him to.
So, if you know of anyone who recently bought a
3yr old, cream colored, male doodle- PLEASE have them contact us!!
Part of the [rehoming him for FREE] deal was that he was to be NEUTERED,
-so that he didnt end up in some horrible"Puppy Mill" situation- -
And, since that did NOT happen-
we just want to make SURE that he is okay.
For our peace of mind- we just need to know that he is in a
good home with a family who loves him- and NOT living his life with
some backyard breeder who has him living in a cage or dog run.