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2019: Mini and Medium Whoodle Puppies for adoption!

Whoodles Adoption 2019 Thank you for your interest in learning more about our wonderful Whoodles! In 2019, we will have multiple opportunities for loving and caring homes to adopt their own Whoodles. Take a look at the information below or contact us to find out more. Here are our planned litters for the coming months: June 2019: Miniature & Medium …

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Miniature Whoodles Coming Soon! Available in 2018

We are excited to announce that we will have Miniature Whoodles available for adoption in 2018! Whoodles We have F1 & F1B in standard, medium and mini Standards weight: 50-60lbs Medium weight: 35-45lbs Mini (coming soon!) weight: 15-30 lbs More information will be made available shortly. Please contact us for information or to be added to our waiting list! -> …

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10 Signs That A Puppy Is From a Puppy Mill

This article has been reposted with permission from The I Love Dogs Site. So you are looking for a puppy, maybe you’re a first time dog owner. You have heard about puppy mills and know they are bad. But what you don’t know is how to make sure you don’t accidentally buy from one. Here are 10 signs to help …

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Our new partnership with Capes4Heroes!

Hello everyone! We have GREAT news! We will be teaming up with Barbara Casados (of Capes4Heroes) to donate a puppy a couple times a year to a Super Hero Child. The theme will be a Super Hero kids and their Super Hero Pup, and she will make the capes for the puppies as well as the child. She has been …

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Please Beware of Puppy Mills

I am so heartbroken and disgusted. When looking for a puppy, don’t be in a hurry. I have recently been contacted by several people who have purchased puppies from this breeder to be told she has been shut down and they will not get a puppy. HERE IS WHAT A PUPPY MILL LOOKS LIKE! Link: http://www.battlecreekenquirer.com/article/20140603/NEWS/306030024/ Tips to Avoid Puppy Mills …

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Whoodle Stories: The Remily Family

We keep close ties with everyone who has taken one of our pups. Nothing makes us more happy than hearing stories about how one of our Whoodles or Wheatens has impacted the lives of their owners. This was shared by one of our puppy parents: We were fortunate enough to get 2 pups from the February 14th litter of Whoodles. …

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Whoodle Stories: Bruce & Debbie

We keep close ties with everyone who has taken one of our pups. Nothing makes us more happy than hearing stories about how one of our Whoodles or Wheatens has impacted the lives of their owners. This was shared by one of our puppy parents: We are the proud parents of 2 Whoodle Puppies. This whole thing started 8 months …

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Whoodle Stories: Kelly Miles

We keep close ties with everyone who has taken one of our pups. Nothing makes us more happy than hearing stories about how one of our Whoodles or Wheatens has impacted the lives of their owners. This was shared by one of our puppy parents: From the minute we found “Da Wilson Dog” with his head under the water bowl …

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Whoodle Stories: Mandi Jo, Cole & Pip

We keep close ties with everyone who has taken one of our pups. Nothing makes us more happy than hearing stories about how one of our Whoodles or Wheatens has impacted the lives of their owners. This was shared by one of our puppy parents: I just have to share with you guys. My boyfriend is the kind of person …

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5 Ways To Keep Your Wheaten or Whoodle Healthy

Wheaten Terriers and Whoodles are some of the most desirable dog breeds for people with dog allergies because they do not shed extensively. Both of these dog breeds have a similar coat, which sheds very little compared to a lot of other dogs. Whoodles were originally bred by crossing Wheaten Terriers and Standard Poodles. The Wheaten Terrier was bred as …

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