Welcome to Annie's Doodles! We are Closed and are not taking new applications, emails or phone calls until June 5th -12, 2017. ( The following folks - I have your deposit and application. I will process them in the order that they came in. Colacurcio, Gerson, Santiago, Morgan, Grinder, Berger, Mceachern, Edwards, Magnnuson, Cherry, McFadyen, Riles, McBride, Berger, Haarmeyer, Meggs, Drewery, Fadnis, Stewart, Clark, Pemble, Hendricks, Bellona, and Lengle.) I appreciate your patience. To be honest with you, it is going to take me probably till the end of April to process all of these applications. I have puppies on the ground here at the farm. So besides chatting with folks who have submitted an application, obviously giving lots of attention to our pups is priority! I receive many calls, and emails everyday, but I can't make enough of our amazing Doodles to keep up with this demand. So those emails, and calls go unread, and are deleted. ( unless you are on my reserve list- then I am very attentive.) So I encourage you to really study my site, and watch the videos. The answers to most folks questions are right here on my site. If you like what you see great! Nothing is final until your name is in my puppy reservation book. To get in my book I need a hard copy of my application, and a deposit sent via US mail- sent between the dates above. Once I receive it, I will call you in the order that your application came in. At that point you, and I will talk about if we are a good fit for each other. If so you will officially be put on a reserve list. If not I will tear up your check, and text you a picture of it, and we will go our separate ways! Site updated March 23rd Annie~
TIP from Annie: How do I get an Annie's Doodles as soon as possible? Actually read my site so you understand my policies, and how things work. The following is how my puppy list works: After I receive your application and deposit, I will eventually call you. If you have to, have to have a very specific thing with your puppy -if you want a certain color, or if you are dead set on getting a male, or you have to have a female that is fine. That means that you need to be in the #1 spot on a particular litter. At this point the #1 spot open on any of my upcoming litters is in January 2018 or later. The reason you need to be in the #1 spot is because unfortunately Mother Nature does not take requests from me. Sometimes I have all red puppies, sometimes I have all female puppies from a litter. (Side note- your puppy will either be blonde, apricot or red- those are the only colors I make) Where you are on the list determines what pick you have in the litter. When you reserve a pup from me, you reserve a certain "spot" in particular litter. You can not move onto another litter list if someone ahead of you picks the puppy with the trait you want. Only the first person on the list has that prerogative. If you fill out the application, and are 100% open to male or female, and open to any of the 3 colors, that will speed up the process. You might ask why this is the case? I have been implementing this exact system for the last 11 years as a breeder, and I have found this is the only way I can logistically make the lists work. Also my husband and I firmly believe that the most important thing about your puppy is not the gender, or the color, but the actual breed, and who the parent dogs, are and that your pup is raised the right way when he is here. In our opinion that is what determines who your puppy is. There are a lot of stereotypes out there about what a female or male dog is like, or maybe you grew up with all female dogs so therefore that is what you want. I get equal requests for either gender. The last time I opened for a week I received 27 applications. There obviously is a bit of a wait to get one of our puppies. If you want to speed up the process I encourage you to be open to what I have mentioned above.
Australian Labradoodles (ALD) are Family Friendly as you can see!
Who We Are
We are located just north of Seattle, Washington in a little farming community called Ferndale. Every morning we wake up to Mount Baker in our lap! We are blessed to live on 22 acres. We moved from the big city to have a taste of the quiet, but of course with a handful of children and several dogs quiet is hard to find at times!
We are not a kennel, but a family dedicated to raising high quality Goldendoodles, and Australian Multi-gen Labradoodles. We think Doodles are a perfect family dog. Our dogs receive lots of love, and romp all day in our home, out in our field or in guardian homes. They are smart, spunky, fun-loving, loyal companions. Our dogs produces a wonderful light to non- shedding coat that is compatible with families who have mild allergies.
Annie's Doodles believes that only the highest quality dogs should be bred, therefore only dams and sires that are fully tested according to the Premium Breeder List standards are used.
We love country life!