Providing Families With Loving, Healthy, Superior Whoodle & Schnoodle Puppies!


Genetically Tested

Our sires and dams have all ben DNA tested for the presence of certain genes known to cause health issues in both poodles and Wheaten Terriers. All of our sires and dams are 100% clear of those “problem” genes that cause Degenerative Myelopathy (DM,) Osteochondrodysplasia, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Rod-Cone Dysplasia, Chondrodystrophy, and Protein Losing Nephropathy (PLN.)


Early Neuro Stimulation

We implement the “Super Dog” program (Early Neurological Stimulation) beginning when pups are 3 days of age.

Advanced Puppy Socialization

Because we have many years of professional experience in training dogs, we are able to provide an advanced socialization program which involves lots of love, attention, proper handling and proper sound adaption and conditioning.

Healthy Puppies

All puppies are dewormed at 4,6 and 8 weeks, are always up-to-date on vaccinations and your packet will come with information to schedule continued vaccinations to keep your puppy healthy and safe.

All of our puppies are born in our homes under strict supervision and all puppies are examined by a veterinarian before going home to be verified as healthy.


Your puppy is microchipped before arriving to you. This allows your puppy to be easily identified by vets, the humane society, and independent animal welfare institutions.

Registered Parents

Our puppies come from purebred registered ancestry including AKC Poodle and AKC Wheaten Terrier

OFA Tested

OFA (Orthopedic Foundation for Animals) testing is conducted on all breeding females and males. This testing helps us determine whether or not hip dysplasia is present in the parent dogs and/or probable in offspring. All of our breeding dogs must show that they are clear of any type of hip dysplasia and must score above average for the breed.

Puppy Albums

We provide puppy pictures or videos for each individual puppy 2, 4 and 6 weeks of age.


Although the energy level of the Schnoodle is reflective of the parents, and is therefore variable, expect to exercise your dog for about 30 to 60 minutes per day. Some require less while others require a bit more. Schnoodles enjoy brisk walks and make great jogging companions.

Schnoodles can adapt to a variety of residences, but take size into consideration. A Toy or Miniature Schnoodle will do well in an apartment or condo, but a larger Standard may not. Ideally, a home with a fenced yard is best for all Schnoodles. A Schnoodle should not live outside or in a kennel; they’re companion dogs and do best when they are inside the house with their owners.

Schnoodles can suffer from separation anxiety when left alone for long periods of time. This can lead to barking and destructive behaviors. Schnoodles aren’t a noisy breed, but if they become bored or are left alone for long periods, they may begin the habit. And once that habit starts, it can be difficult to stop.