Everyone knows I am a “standard poodle lover” (just as everyone knows I love chemical peels!).
Our 11.5 yr. old standard poodle “Maddie” is actually named “Majestic Glacier Siyeh Blackfeet” in honor of our trip to Glacier National Park in Montana. It is one of the most spectacular places on the planet! The name “Siyeh” is from a Blackfeet Indian, whose name means “crazy dog” or “mad wolf”, and she was the wildest puppy!
Stay tuned… we are getting a standard poodle puppy spring 2021.
My girl Foxy was my first little love bug. I rescued her in 2014 after she was found dumped in the woods as a pup. She loves to look out the window and protect her home from those ever-pesky squirrels. Her spunk is only matched by her adopted brother, Ragna, who was rescued from Quincy Humane Society in 2019. This guy is the smallest of my pack, but he sure has the MOST energy. He loves to torment his brother and sister into play time 24/7, 365! That leaves Groot, my tiny little 130-pound 1-year old puppy. Groot can always be found at my side. He has an old soul and prefers to take it easy with mom.
“Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet.” ― Colette
I am a Doodle Mama of 2 mini Goldendoodles. Bogey is a male goldendoodle who is 6 years old. He is loveable, calm and goes with the flow. He loves to chase squirrels and being outside. Bogey’s name came from my love of the golf game, not to mention I have my fair share in a round of golf. Molly is my female goldendoodle, she is 5 years old. She is very needy and always loves to be snuggled and loved. Bogey and Molly are the best of friends and love to snuggle and play together.
Freddie is my fat cat that adopted us as his family. Freddie was supposed to be an outside cat but made his way in the house with his charm. Freddie loves to eat, eat, eat and sleep! When Freddie is not eating or sleeping, he is out touring the neighborhood and bringing critters home, which is not so great. The dogs and cat all get along and are very spoiled, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.