People often ask us, why do you refer other breeders?
Our answer: If we do not have the exact dog you want, we want to provide other options. We all share the very same interest and want you to choose a friend for a lifetime. A quality friend with a healthy background is important. Below we have listed a few local breeders we trust and we hope that you will take time to visit their websites.
GOLDENDOODLES & AUSSIEDOODLES
Abounding Grace Doodles
What Does An F1B Look Like All Grown Up?
Although puppies from Suwanee Goldendoodles receive a great head start, we feel it is important that you continue training with a professional. Soft handling is the key to the success of training a Goldendoodle. They are so willing to please and very easy to train. If you need training resources or want to further the training for your dog after leaving Suwanee Goldendoodles visit the links provided below.
Only the Best Groomer Grooms Our Dogs
Don't think for once that you can bring home a Goldendoodle and not have to brush/comb their hair, keep their ears clean and of course caring for the dog through proper diet and exercise to keep that healthy coat. This is a very important commitment that you have to the dog and it just makes them love you more when they feel absolutely beautiful. Finnegan, our male, requires haircuts about 4-5 per year. Chloe just a few and Scarlett on an as needed basis. Finding a professional groomer is not easy. Be sure to take pictures with you and ask if they have pictures of Goldendoodles they have groomed.
Our health guarantee and proof of testing sets us apart from the rest.
Training should continue once a puppy leaves our home. This includes socialization, exercise and more.
Other Training Resources
To the left, APDT is a professional organization where you might find other trainers in your area. All you have to do is go to their website and put in your zip code to find a trainer near you.
Training Links That Might be Helpful
As a service to you, we will provide a book on Goldendoodles and other training material in your puppy packet.
Training, Grooming & Other Breeders