MRS. O'POODLES -                    ...welcomes you to O'Shannonville
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PUPPIES

F2B Goldendoodle puppies are here!
Born August 8, 2017.

Ready to go home with their new families after they are 8 weeks old... Oct. 3, 2017.

$950 each. Lifetime Guarantee for genetic soundness and Calm disposition!
$300 deposit will hold a puppy for you. You will get to pick your puppy at 5 to 7 weeks old, in order of deposits according to "when" the deposit is received.
First pick will be given to the first deposit , 2nd pick to the second deposit , etc.

Sometimes, we receive several deposits before the parents are even bred! And some after breeding but before birth! And then some deposits are made after folks visit the pups. We usually have one or two pups left at 8 weeks, but not for long!


Any deposits can be "rolled over" (transferred) to another litter, if you find that you are at the bottom of the list of choices and you don't find a puppy that "clicks" with you!
We want you and your puppy to be absolutely bonded to each other... and it shows when a puppy knows when his "humans" show up!
The reason it's obvious is, because when the pups are born, we PRAY that each puppy will find the human that we have asked God to choose for him/her, and then send to us.
We have so many testimonies about how this has been made obvious to us over the years!
So we try to get out of the way and let those potential families interact with the puppies for as long as it takes!
Folks are invited into the pups' area, but must always disinfect their feet before going inside. We do, and the mother dog also must, after being out.
It's called "biosecurity" these days, and it's a real thing! Parvo, especially can spread so easily on shoes of anyone! Tires can spread it to our driveway...birds feet can spread it too...although, that's rather remote, but possible! Parvo is a virus and can stay in the soil for 5 to 7 years, some experts say.
So we are Double Dippers! Both feet in the disinfectant bowl for 5 seconds and then into the puppy area...no exceptions!

Back to "rolling over" your deposit...
So if you don't bond with a puppy in the present litter, you can just wait for an upcoming litter and perhaps get the #1 choice for that one!
We want all of our customers to walk away feeling like they chose the perfect puppy, for their family! The puppy will know and so will you when it's the right fit!
And that makes us so HAPPY!










All our puppies carry our 'Lifetime Guarantee' for genetic soundness and calm, laid back disposition. Understand that we can't refund money, but YOU can pick a healthy puppy to replace your dog, should some serious genetic problem manifest! (It hasn't yet) And you will NOT have to return your affected pet!
We would need proper veterinarian documentation, of course.
We've had no reports of any genetic problems manifesting for over 10 years or more! And this bloodline is calm and laid back!

See the Goldendoodle puppy page...for pictures!


Here's a glimpse into life in O'Shannonville over 25 years!

O'Shannonville is a small community nestled deep in the Oregon woods, once inhabited by a large Human Family with six children, 2 parents and ONE dog plus a big organic garden.


Life was peaceful and serene in O'Shannonville until Mrs. O'Poodles was stricken with the dread post-PMS disease known to only a few, as MPS or "Multiple Poodle Syndrome"!. No cure has been found for this puzzling condition, however some folks seem to be totally immune...but not poor Mrs. O'Poodles. Actually, it's poor MR. O'Poodles who has suffered the most from this invasive disease, even though he shows strong signs of immunity. Meanwhile, MRS. O'Poodles remains oblivious to her condition.

Mrs. O'Poodles of O'Shannonville



An O'Shannon Red pup An example of MPS...You can't have just ONE Poodle!

4 Red boys in the lineup

Multiple Poodle Syndrome out of control


Mr. and Mrs. O'Poodles' six children having mostly grown up, now with little ones of their own, fled the woodsy homestead, hoping to remain unaffected by MPS.






Most succeeded, however one is highly suspect, although she tries to hide it.



Here is Stormy with her daughter Honor...Oh wait...that's not her daughter! That's Thunder...beloved Boxer.

Stormy getting kisses from ThunderHonor talking to three pups








Looks like Honor takes after Granny O'Poodles. heh! heh!

Honor helps Granny O'Poodles by loving and holding all our new pups.


Honor and Bubbapuppy love..parti boy and Honor








puppy kisses and Honor Mama Stormy, Papa Richard and big sister Madison all love their dogs and are in real danger of developing MDS...Multiple Dog Syndrome.

This is a kissing bunch of people! I love them! They're like ME!

Mama Stormy and Papa Richard...all heavy kissers!













Honor loves to kiss too!










































Madison, not to be outdone by the other members of her family....


















Current update for Maddie...22 years old (as of Sept. 2017), with two years of University study behind her, living in NYC, (temporarily we hope) and planning to further her education...
She's been seen kissing BOYs now, OOPS! I guess she's kissing a certain young man, these days! She's 22 yrs old! Where does the time go?













Will she return to her wacko family and continue kissing goats...or will she become a CITY girl and continue kissing that certain young man that she's been seen with? Time will tell...



My youngest son Andy, and his sweet new wife (of 5 happy years)...beautiful Ashley, have a Beagle...just one dog.How impoverished!
They had a beloved Cat, but it didn't last very long, after dashing out the forbidden door, into the street!
He was a good cat!

I'm so glad that they believe in "dog kisses"! It runs in the family, I guess.


I guess it's OK to have just one dog 'cause they have a gorgeous son to keep Lulu company...his name is Judah and he loves dogs, just like Granny O'Poodles.

Now the one-dog family have a new little son, Rees. Lulu dutifully and lovingly takes up her guard post right beside Rees as he naps.


"It was MY bed first" ... she whispers.



WOW! My, Oh my! That Beagle means business!
Actually, Miss Lulu (formerly a street urchin in Kansas City), is as gentle and loving as they come! She loves those babies...especially when they are old enough to spill their food on the floor! That's her favorite thing and she wouldn't miss "feeding time" for anything in the world! She does love her twice daily walks with The Mother and The two Boys all through the lovely streets of Ashland, Oregon...where wild deer wander in the streets and yards, to either the delight (or anguish) of the neighborhood.
They eat shrubs, gardens, flowers and scare some folks and little children! But it's still a delight to see deer in the street!

The Good Wife, Ashley brings Andy lunch during his workday! But where is Miss Lulu? Guess she is all tuckered out from her morning walk.









My oldest son Cedar and wife Brettani used to have a LabraDoodle...but now their kids get plenty of dog-time at Granny O'Poodles. Yet I am still very concerned that they are "dogless" at the present. They do have chickens...at least.
And now they have an indoor cat! Whew! I was concerned...


Their kids Carter and Lucy, help Granny O'Poodles by playing with puppies.




















4 yr old Lucy has found a new friend...



























My youngest daughter Willow and family have a Border collie cross.. just one. They also have pygmy goats and two cats, but that Boomer doesn't let those catz get into any mischief in the house...Looks like the catz win out! and where's Boomer?















My oldest daughter Robin and husband have a Pit Bull..just one. Gee! They used to have 4 dogs in the house...what happened? Itza puzzle to Mrs. O'Poodles!

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My 2nd oldest daughter Margo and husband have a cat...and NO DAWGS! I'm worried for them...



All my kids seem totally unaffected by Multiple Poodle/Dog Syndome and appear to be normal animal lovers...except for Stormy and Richard and their girls..



I feel so comfortable when visiting their home.
Last year when I arrived to house sit for a couple of days, I found this: pictured below.
Those considerate dogs...they just wanted to make me feel right at home. Wasn't that just so sweet? They shredded the trash, and spread it all over the house, pee'd on the rug...and chewed up a few toys! Boy!

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Mr. O'Poodles aka THE Mayor of O'Shannonville
resides outside the city limits in his "Dog Free zone". Is he IN or OUT of the city limits in this pic?
Crazy Dave, The Mayor of O'Shannonville















The Mayor has many fine friends around the outskirts of the city whom he calls his COMMITTEE.



The Mayor's Committee











They have secret conferences with THE Mayor, in their own private "NO-Dog Zone" quarters and have elected Willy, the Mini donkey to be thesecret tale-bearer and spy since he has super abilities with those long ears and can hear THE Poodles/Doodles scheming and conniving against THE Mayor and his Committee.


The Spy and The Mayor
Blackie, the committee enforcer and 2nd in command takes his job very seriously, and is diligent at keeping those pesky Poodles away from THE Mayor's door!


Blackie, guarding the Mayor's door
The Mayor's office outside O'Shannonville





The Hilariously Happy Couple!
MR. and MRS. O'Poodles



2009, Nov. The Hilariously happy couple!



Uh Oh! check out the Mayor.....

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Is MR. O'Poodles exhibiting symptoms of MPS?



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Meanwhile... Mrs. O'Poodles and her beloved Poodle/Doodle Pack continue to enjoy life in O'Shannonville.

Mrs. O'Poodles' Happy Poodles




punk poodles of O'Shannonville
Mrs. O'Poodles' therapy hour There's nothing more relaxing than taking a nap with good friends!