Sadie is the daughter of Macey and Vinny. She lives with her guardian family and Macey, who is now retired. She is very affectionate and lives for cuddles from her human mom. Sadie weighs 40 pounds and has a beautiful curly chocolate coat. She is very loving and affectionate and got rave reviews from her professional trainers.
Sadie's Goldendoodle essential panel is all clear. Her hips are rated as Excellent, elbows and patellas normal. She also passed her CAER eye exam with flying colors!
Lucy is a future mom who lives with her guardian family and other future momma, Charli. Lucy weighs 40 pounds and has a beautiful thick coat. She is sable in coloring with cute black-tipped ears! Lucy is mild-tempered and was very easy to train.
Lucy's Goldendoodle essential panel is clear with the exception of being a carrier of PRCD and Ich (this is not relevant as these are recessive traits and can be avoided by pairing her with a stud who is clear of these). She has her OFA's for hips, elbows, heart, and her CAER for eyes.
Mya is the daughter of Twilight and Mac. She is lives with her guardian family here in Dubuque, Iowa. Mya weighs 25 pounds and has a beautiful wavy chocolate coat with white abstract markings. She loves the neighborhood kids and is a hit on her daily walks.
Mya's Goldendoodle essential panel is all clear, with some of her results being clear by parentage* and some requiring genetic testing. She has passed her CAER eye exam and her OFA results are all good as well!
*What is "clear by parentage"? This means that both parents were clear of a disease (they did not have any copies of the allele for a given disease). When this happens, the puppies cannot have inherited that particular gene because it did not exist in the parents - there was nothing to pass down. Therefore, for example, if neither parent has a copy of the gene for PRCD, then the puppies won't either. When this is the case, it is unnecessary to genetically test for that particular disease as the puppies are "clear by parentage". This is the reason you will see some of the genetic reports with only one or two diseases tested. The rest of the testing was unnecessary because the parent did not have any copies and therefore I didn't have to test for that particular gene. Please note that "cleared by parentage" ONLY applies to genetic testing. A puppy cannot be "cleared by parentage" for orthopedic nor eye testing.