Well our last litter of puppies was about 8 months ago. So this is exciting time for us here at HermeierDoodles. We love our dogs and are very excited to bring you such amazing puppies. We have 4 litters currently to choose from a Miniature F1B labradoodle mature about 25lbs, a Standard F1B litter mature about 40-75lbs, a Standard Multigenerational litter of Labradoodles mature about 75lbs, and a litter of F1BB goldendoodles mature about 50lbs. 3 different sires were used for these litters and why you ask? You can't cross the same stud with all 3 females and expect to get the same great crosses. We all know genetics and some studs just cross better with some females than others. Now as far as beauty goes I think we have it perfected. I don't know if I have seen prettier puppies anywhere. But the good news is all of our females are shown by kids and tested to the max on temperament. You have to be involved in your momma dogs lives they can't live in kennels you need to know what to expect. I believe we know our dogs and this shows in our service and therapy dog numbers we currently have. I am very proud and we currently wont be buying any females we stay tried and true to our girls and keeping our females to 4 and making quality has worked for us. So please if you are looking for puppy give me a call and let me know if I can help. Enjoy our new litter pictures.
This beautiful boy will do his service work as well. Getting closer to being certified.
Our first Borderdoodle actually going through service training. We have a number of therapy pups out of this Borderdoodle cross but this is our first extended program Borderdoodle service dog can't wait.
"A therapy dog in the making from our beautiful momma's. Thank you for this beautiful boy who will get to serve the Howard-Winneshiek schools, meeting the needs of students in need of social emotional support. Howie is excited for this journey to serve kids.
UPDATE: Howie had his first day on 3/15/2017 and did amazing. Yeah I think he is going to make it. Great job to his handlers that try so hard."