Upcoming Litters for 2023-2024
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If you are interested in adopting a puppy, please fill out our application form.
Planned Litters For 2023-2024
*If you do not see a litter that you have placed a deposit on. Do not worry, we remove the litter from this page once the litter is completely reserved.
*Please know that the litter date is subject to change. The litter date is based on our best estimate of when Mom will be bred. We are dealing with Mother Nature, not Amazon!
*Breeder always reserves the right for first pick from the litter.
Nova x Walter
Christmas time puppies 🐶 🎅🏻
Nova and Walter will have puppies born in November. They will have Chocolates, caramel, and creams puppies in the 45-60 pound range. Ready to go home for Chriistmas!
Good Day’s Ryleigh x Hight Mist Sage
Good Day’s Ryleigh and High Mist Sage will have a litter due to be born in February. They will be 50-60 pounds when fully grown. They will have puppies with Chocolate, caramel, and cream coats.
Sire: High Mist Sage
Coco x Banks
Coco and Banks will have a litter of puppies due in February. They will be 25-35 pounds fully grown. They will have a beautiful litter of chocolate, caramel, and cream puppies.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When should I tell my kids about the new puppy?
How much are your puppies and what is included?
Pups are $3000. for the 2023 year. Puppies born in 2024 will be 3500.00 regardless of gender, coat, or color. This includes a two-year health guarantee against congenital health problems, the first round of core vaccines administered by a licensed veterinarian during a thorough physical examination, and a microchip. The microchip is an ISO chip that is universal and will be recognized should you travel outside the United States. Lastly, this price includes a lifetime of support for you in providing the love and care that every puppy deserves.
How do you keep the families updated on the puppies?
What happens after the puppies are born?
How are pups allotted?
At what age do puppies go home?
Do you provide transportation services if we live out of town?
Can pick up be delayed due to vacation/work schedules?
What else do you send home with the puppy?
If I have other questions what is the best way to contact you?
Our reputation and business have really grown. I would say 90% of business comes from word of mouth. Chances are you found us because a friend or a family member has one of our puppies or you ran into someone walking an adorable doodle down the street. Our mission has always been to breed for health and temperament and moving the breed forward. One way to ensure we are doing just that is by rising our puppies in-home while giving both mom and puppies individual love and attention. However, with as much as our reputation has grown, there is no way we can meet demand and continue to execute our high level of standards when it comes to socialization, care, and attention. This brings me to our exciting news! We are happy to announce that we are expanding and opening up two new sites in addition to our Greensboro and Milton locations. Puppies will be raised using the same “Raising Super Star Dogs” regimen that we began so many years ago.
We will now have a location in Wytheville Va. My sister, who holds a doctorate as a Nurse Practitioner, and provides tela-health from home, is very excited to join our team. We believe her medical background and a lifetime love of dogs, will be an excellent addition. She adopted a puppy from us named Ginger, and once she received her, she was hooked on the doodle breed. She will whelp and raise the Georgia x Harley litter that is due August 1st. Because we came to this decision after her litter was already reserved, we will still hold Family Day and Go Home Day in Greensboro, so that a change in location will not be an inconvenience to you.
We are also going to have a new location (when I say location, I just mean home) in Winston Salem, NC. Sally and Andrew Anglin have one son, Ben, a rescue dog, and a current guardian mom, Sammie! Because Sally was recently furloughed from her position at Forsyth Country Club, she has extra time on her hands, and expressed an interest in raising Sammie’s last litter for us! We want our puppies to get a tremendous amount of individual hands-on attention, and I knew this would be right up her alley! Sally knows our Puppy protocols by heart and will be sending out weekly email updates, will have a nest cam available for live streaming “Puppy Action” every day, and will follow all of our health guidelines regarding de-worming, vaccination, and surgery schedules. It is our sincere hope that the Anglin family will want to continue raising the occasional Good Day Doodle litter after Sammie retires!
We do not want to expand Good Day Doodles unless we can do it in a way that maintains our highly regarded reputation for excellence. We are very excited and want to see Good Day Doodles grow and produce the best possible puppies. We believe that we have put together an outstanding team to do just that.