At A Glance

  • Age: 8 years, 4 months
  • Breed: Mixed Breed
  • Gender: Male
  • Location: N/A
  • Status: Adopted


Happy Spring!  Here's to a Happy Spring, and even HAPPIER new home for you and ALL of your brothers and sisters! From: Graham Robb

In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:
Date Posted Fence Kid Friendly Another Dog Cat Friendly
 4/13/16Not required
This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.

On Thursday, March 3, 2016, seven healthy Goldedoodle puppies were born at a RAGOM foster home. The litter has an Irish name theme since their mom and both foster brothers have Irish names, plus they were born so close to St. Paddy’s Day! Over the past 6 weeks, they have grown in leaps and bounds and are now looking for their forever home! They are happy, healthy, chubby little puppies that love to play outside and to get attention from people. Their mom is a small purebred Golden Retriever that came from a breeder who had both Golden Retrievers and Poodles. The puppies have been handled since day one, so they are used to being held and they love human touch! They have experienced kids from ages 3 and up. They have also been raised with our two Goldens, ages 4 and 1. They have been exposed to cats and aren’t too sure what to think about them, but they would do fine in a household with cats. The puppies have been dewormed every two weeks and will have their first vet visit and vaccinations on 4/28. They will be spayed/neutered the first week of May after they turn 8 weeks old and they will be ready to go to their forever homes after that! The puppies are growing quickly! Last week, at 5 weeks old, they weighed between 6 and 7.5 pounds. All of the puppies are very sweet and have great personalities! The families that adopt these babies will be very lucky!

Liam (black collar) is the shyest of all of the puppies. He is a medium-colored male. He is usually last to venture out of the puppy pen and the last to come in when I call the puppies. He loves to snuggle and chew on soft toys. He is a big eater and he is a quiet puppy so far!


  • Puppies are a LOT of work in their first year!
  • Puppies have a small, immature bladder and cannot go a full workday without being let out. You will need to make arrangements for someone to come in midday until he is about 6 months old.
  • Puppies NEED obedience, socialization, and manners training! RAGOM gets many unmannered and under-socialized dogs surrendered due to the simple lack of training and socialization when the puppy was young. This is a crucial time for puppies to learn about so many things!

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