We are currently located in Tennessee. We have moved around a little due to selling our home. Our home-based breeding program will remain the same, however we are currently taking a break from breeding until our younger females are health tested and old enough to breed. We will still be breeding Standard Multigenerational Goldendoodles and will raise our sweet dogs in the home and provide the highest level of care possible. We love our fur babies and consider them an extension of our family.
If you have any questions about how our move will affect the adoption process, please reach out today. We are happy to answer any questions and clear up any confusion.
Twin City Doodles strives to produce healthy, well-structured and allergy friendly Goldendoodles with amazing temperament and vitality. Our parents are both health tested for clearances of genetic disorders that are common with both the Golden Retriever and the Poodle. The parents are also physically tested for any congenital health defects.
We are accredited Blue Ribbon Breeders with the Goldendoodle Association of North America, which means we hold our standards to the highest in the breeding of our Goldendoodles and we certify the health testing of every breeding dog. Our health test results are required in order to be approved and certified by the Goldendoodle Association of North America.
We have also been recognized by Good Dog as a Responsible Breeder and they have given us their Seal of Approval. We were recently awarded the badge of Excellence for our health testing and practices for Goldendoodles.
We are happy to share the test results of our parents on any of our litters that you are inquiring about. We also limit the amount of litters that we have in one year and currently have only one female that we are breeding. We are NOT a puppy mill.
We raise all of our puppies in our home and they are loved and cared for by our entire family. We socialize our puppies with our adult dogs and children in our family. It is our goal to produce puppies with the temperament that is social, affectionate, non-aggressive and easy to train.
Training and Socialization
The first weeks of a puppy's life can have an effect on its emotions and behaviors as an adult. This is why we follow Puppy Culture training and socialization guides starting when puppies reach three days old. This includes early neurological stimulation, in home socialization, clicker training, house and crate training, behavioral (temperament) evaluations, and structural assessments all within the first eight weeks of our puppies lives.
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