Hazel is a 3 year old intact female F1B Labradoodle.  She is a breeding female in my breeding program that needs a guardian home.

Hazel is a wonderful running partner, would make a fantastic frisbee dog, and desires to be loved more than anything else in life.  

Please read about my guardian home program on my site for more details.  If you are interested in becomming a GH for Hazel please fill out an application and I will respond quickly.  If you have questions please email.

​Hazel is ready for her guardian home now.
​​ Doubledoodles

Stella x Eli
25-35 pounds

Due December24th--31st

Home February
(FIRM HOME DATE  announced after puppies are born)

~Fill out the application to begin reservation process~

​​ Multigen Goldendoodles

Bella x Asher
40-50 pounds

Due February

Home late March/earlyApril (depends on birth day)
(FIRM HOME DATE  announced after puppies are born)
​~Fill out the application to begin reservation process~


I am looking for 3 Guardian Homes coming in 2019 for puppies I will hold back from my litters.
Please fill out an application if you are interested in becomming a GH.  There is more info on my (GHP) Guardian Home program here:   http://www.montanagoldendoodles.com/guardian-home
Most of my puppies are placed by using the Volhard Temperament Test discussed in the book: The Art of Raising a Puppy by: The Monks of New Skete.  I administer this test once puppies are 7 weeks old. (There are a few times that temperament testing will not take place,)

Families are not allowed to 'pick out' their puppy.

After the test has been completed on all puppies and scored accordingly, I narrow down the choices for each family to a couple of puppies. I then discuss with each family the puppies that would make the best match in temperament and coat for each family on my reservation list.

I know by the time I do the temperament test the needs and wish list for the families on my reservation list. I work with them to place the proper puppy in each home. 

I have had amazing success using this method and look forward to placing a puppy in your home!

If you fill the final reservation for a litter, you by no means are getting what is 'left over.'  In the process of temperament testing, I keep in mind every family and the needs and wish list of each while making selections.

~I with-hold the right to reserve the first 2 puppies from each litter~


Your deposit can be moved from litter to litter. However, if after a year, I have received no contact from the depositer, the deposit expires and a new one will need to be placed to adopt a puppy.

The difference between friends and pets is that friends we allow into our company, 
pets we allow into our solitude. ~Robert Brault