Bailey had her Puppies!  Dark Red Goldendoodles with white markings.  Born 2/13/19, will be ready to go home 04/10/19.

Around 1 week, A Blog Photo of these adorable puppies will be placed on the Home Page Blog, with Random Blog updates until they are 8 weeks old.  Many photos of their previous litter are on the Gallery page under Red Goldendoodles.  Bailey is DNA Genetic tested & carries the gene for both short & long haired Goldendoodles.  Yes, the short haired (Golden Retriever look) are low shedding, & the long haired ones are minimal to nonshedding. Individual portraits will be placed here around 6-7 weeks, with availability offered down the reservation list the first day, & any puppies not marked 'Reserved' will then be available for reservation/adoption.  In the meantime, this litter Puppy updates will randomly be added to the Blog on the bottom of the Home page. To be placed on this reservation list, please submit an Application, requesting same.  Reservations will take place between 6-7 weeks.  Reservation list is below. 


In a world of puppies/dogs, there are Very Few dedicated to eliteness; very Few will pour MUCH time, love, energy, money, sleepless nights, hours and weeks and months of research to get the right bloodlines and raise them as great as possible.  Here at the Triple C Ranch, we strive to maintain our status as one of those 'Few'...  Always learning, always striving to improve.

Possible Summer/Fall litter of English Cream Golden Retrievers.  Possible Dark Red Miniature Goldendoodles Summer or Fall. 

Update:  Dark Reds: Bailey and Lincoln -This litter will be posted individually under Available Puppies tab around 6-7 weeks old with coat types description.  Those on the reservation list will be notified then & have the first option to reserve their preference, on the first day they are posted.  Bailey's Reservation list is below.                            

 To be placed on a Reservation list: Send a message via the website, Call, text, OR email us. Provide contact information, Full name, and which litter you are requesting from. Also, remember to submit your Application as well.

Reservation list placement is open & has begun for the litters listed below. Reservation List Explanation: To be notified as soon as deposits are being accepted on that litter with the option to make a deposit or pass.  Opportunity is offered in order of the Reservation list.  Reservation list can accomodate many, as life events happen, people may pass their turn at the time and move it to the next on the list. When it comes time to Notify those on the Reservation List, you will get a 'Heads Up' about 1 week prior to Deposit time/Confirmed Reservation of which day this will take place, so that you can prepare to be available for contacting or checking and responding to your reservation message. Then when it comes time to Confirm your reservation, you will have between 2-4 hours to respond before it moves to the next in line. You may reserve what is available when you return your message.

 Please Note:  On some litters (Goldendoodles), Deposits will be open at 6-7 weeks. On other litters (English Golden Retrievers) , Deposits will be open at 2 weeks. This is to accomodate with more precise accuracy; coat types in the Goldendoodles.

Bailey's  April 2019 Reservation List-

Going Home around April 10th

Dark Red Goldendoodles

AKC English Cream Golden Retrievers

Reservation List 2019

Miniature Goldendoodle Reservaiton List 

(Possibly Summer or Fall 2019)

Dark Reds 

1. Diane B., Preference:  Short haired Atypical Coat Male  1.Robin M-P: Prefer Male  1.Alissa K.: No preference informed.          
2. Chris T., Preference:  Long haired Typical Coat Female.  2.  Robert S. Female 2. Chris M.
3. Sandy M., Preference: Long Haired Typical Coat-Curly, any gender  3. 3.
 4. Wendy N. - Any Coat type, Male     
5. Patrick & Erin R. - Short Haired Atypical coat, Female 

6. Chris M.- Curly Long Haired Typical Coat Male

 English Goldendoodles (Possibly not until 2020) 


1.  Chris M.- passing to 1st reservation of next

English Goldendoodle litter or Miniatures 


Reserve a Puppy

How Often should a Mom have a Litter of Puppies?

We have done Extensive Research, reviewed this with our Veterinarian, follow their approval, monitor the Health of our Mom's VERY closely, & research some more. Our Veterinarians Thoroughly assess and monitor the health of our puppies/dogs. We will always do what is best for the Mom's, Every time. The ultimate goal for each Mom here is that by the age of 5-6 years, they will be retired/spayed to enjoy a long, relaxing, and joyful life together with their Adoptive Family/Owner. What most studies have shown is that it is better to breed the mom's consecutively while they are young and then retire them earlier, versus skipping cycles and retiring them later.

Please review below, a study that was presented:

Recently at an AKC Dog Breeding Symposium held at Michigan State University with keynote speaker Dr. Claudia Orlandi Ph.D. (AKC's breeder of the year and author of The ABC's of Dog Breeding) shocked many breeders when it was disclosed that there have been scientific studies to show that it is detrimental for bitches to skip heat cycles. It was shared that once you have begun to mate a bitch that you should NOT skip any heat cycles until she is completely finished breeding. A bitch is said to be "finished" breeding when her litter size is drastically decreased. The study involved following females that were bred every heat cycle and females that were bred every other heat cycle. After they were "finished" breeding, the bitches were spayed and their uterus dissected. Those showing most stress, and damage of the uterus were the females that were bred "every other" heat cycle. Part of the rationale that skipping heat cycles is harmful stems from the fact that with consecutive heat cycles there is no "flushing action" of the uterus, that normally occurs by having a litter of puppies. The female will go through Estrus no matter if she is bred or not and by breeding a healthy bitch back to back, can lessen the chances of the female experiencing pyometra, infections, and false pregnancies. The choice to breed or not should be contingent upon the goals the breeder has and for sure the mental and physical health of the female, above all else. The important information to take away from this study is that a breeder with healthy females does have "choices". (Posted on FB by American Liberty Kennels 11.05.2012)

Puppy Culture

Our puppies are raised with love and daily socialization. Also utilized in our home is the Elite puppy raising program called 'Puppy Culture' with Early Neurological Stimulation which is enhanced perfectly by being in-home raised with children.

Adventurous Lives

The puppies begin their life in the Puppy Den & always spend much time from day 1 in our arms 'helping' with anything from reading a book, to supervising laundry chores, or board games, or going for wagon rides in the warmer months and sled rides in the winter. Yes, our puppies live quite the adventurous life, from early on.

Canine Comfort

Our Puppy Area is Completely Climate controlled for the comfort of our puppies, the Moms, and other dogs. When the Puppy Den is vacated by puppies, the big dogs enjoy lounging in there.

Manners Matter

Your puppy will also begin learning basic manners here, along with being socialized to Many people, other animals, sudden noises, motion socialization, introduced to a collar, and be very near to being completely house potty trained with a Piddle pad/litter box, and Doggie door. Will be familiar with a crate and Very familiar with grooming.

Early Neurological Stimulation

Research has proven that the more that a puppy's brain absorbs, from birth to 16 weeks - the stronger they are emotionally and physically. Some scientists even believe that early 'stressing' of puppies, actually prevents disease later in life! Starting from birth, our puppies are handled and loved on daily and so effortlessly become most elitely socialized!

Teddy Bear Goldendoodles

doodleAccording to Dr. Stanley Coren's research on canine intelligence, (most other resources ultimately come back to site his work), poodles and golden retrievers are #2 and #4 respectively.

We love golden doodles because they are incredibly healthy, docile, easy to train dogs. This means a happy, content friend in your family that you will love for years to come!

They have a much lower incidence of personality 'quirk' because of the hybrid vigor, and you will have a companion you can depend on.

Have you ever gone shopping for a Teddy Bear? There is an art to it. I learned from a master to Teddy Bear selection about 9 years ago. She would buy Teddy Bears for babies as presents, and each selection would take at least 1/2 an hour at each of multiple locations.


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