Irish Doodles!!!





 We have provided some beautiful dark apricot and red golden doodles over the years, but golden doodles almost never hold their color.  We now have Rogan, a gorgeous mahogany red Irish setter male, that we will be using to sire our Irish doodles.  Irish setters are extremely friendly, outgoing dogs that are wonderful with children, have few health issues and shed very little.  We have a passion for red dogs and, having seen pictures of the more rare Irish doodle, decided that we want to add them to our breeding program.  We began this venture in 2013 and have had several litters starting in 2015. These dogs may have a bit more energy than the laid back  golden doodle and would be recommended for families ready to accommodate that.  They should still be much more relaxed than the purebred setter, do not shed much at all and are be wonderfully happy, social and excellent with children--plus they will be RED :)  If you are interested in being on the list for one of these puppies, please call or email for more information.
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F1b Irish doodle puppies due June 21st and ready for forever homes around August 18th, 2017
Red wavy to curly non~shedding coats expected
50-65 lbs at full maturity
$2200


Dam~Claret
AKC dark red Standard poodle
Health tested lines
Gentle, calm girl
50 lbs

Sire~R. J.
F1 Irish doodle (Born here)
Health tested lines
Sweet, easy going boy
55 lbs
( He is obviously a puppy here~we need to catch
up on photo shoots!  He is actually a bit darker
now and oh, so handsome :)
 
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F1 Irish doodle puppies due June 23rd and ready for forever homes around August 26th, 2017
Red wavy low to non~shedding coats expected
50-65 lbs average at full maturity
$2000


Dam~Rosetta
AKC red standard poodle
Loyal. affectionate girl~50 lbs
Sire~Rogan
AKC Irish setter
Champion lines~65 lbs
Sweet, loving boy
RESERVATION LIST:
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Past puppies from Rosetta and an Irish setter: