How did we get here.....?

Our family has had many dogs and animals around our farm over the years. Horses, pigs and of course dogs!  We wanted to give our kids the experience for having a litter of pups. Our oldest daughter got to work researching breeds and breeding techniques, genetics and best practices. She landed on the breed cavapoo! Read about this special breed here.

Our Little Fancy Pants

Fancy came into the family after all of this reasearch and we searched nationwide, luckily our little Fancy Pants was born just a few months earlier close to our home! She has been the apple of Makenna's eye ever since!  


When Makenna went off to college, Fancy went to visit often and missed her while she was gone with her livestock judging team trips across the US.  


When it was time to breed, sad story, Makenna is in college 8 hours away! So mom and dad are helping out! Her brothers are loving the process too!

The litter has a special spot in our home where we are working with them daily to make them great pets for you. We work on early stimulation to help problem solve, we are introducing household noises and textures to help them transition as well!


"But it looked good to Charlene, in John Deere Green...." We are pretty strongly John Deere here on the farm so the Charlene seemed pretty fitting for our little lady.  


Introducing Charlene, "Charley" our F1 Mini Cavapoo. Charley was handpicked out of Fancy and Chief's 2/22/22 littler to stay in our family and have a litter of her own! F1b Cavapoos are still a year out, but we are so excited to watch her grow! She lives at Grandma and Grandpa's house and enjoys all things about farm life including her own sibling, the barn cat, Spot Jr.

The Future....

We have learned and continue to learn so much about breeding and raising quality family-raised puppies! We are absolutely LOVING IT! 


The youngest in our family is going to begin his journey caring for a female dog. He is not yet a teenager, but is most certainly the puppy whisperer of the family!  He is going to keep a female from our Hero Litter (9/11/22)! Looks like as long as we have people wanting to adopt quality home-raised cavapoos, we will keep caring for them. It is our mission to only place puppies in loving homes who are seeking a quality, healthy and happy puppy!