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Current Litters

Rosie just had 11 goldendoodle puppies!

Check out our Litters page for more information.

Upcoming Litters

No dogs expecting! 

For now, if you would be interested in reserving a spot on the waiting list for any future litters, please fill out this form. The waitlist is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

We are allowing our dog moms to rest in order to assure that next litters will be healthy, and that our moms will be ok to give birth.

About us

Experienced Breeder

Willow Paws is a family owned & operated dog breeder specialized in mini goldendoodles & toy size Malteses! All of our puppies are up to date on all vaccines & are vet checked. Our puppies are all looking forward to finding the right fur-ever home!

About our Dogs

Happy & Healthy Goldendoodles

Goldendoodles first appeared in the late 1990s when breeders attempted to breed a larger alternative to small fashionable dogs. They grew quickly in popularity and became one of the most recognizable dog breeds in the world. They are referred to as designer dogs. They are gentle and affectionate dogs with an easy-going temperament. They are extremely intelligent, coming in at #4 on the list of 150 smartest breeds. These wonderful dogs have an extremely social and loving personality, as they love to be with people, their family, and other pets.

Adorable & Snuggable Malteses

One of the oldest of the European toy breeds, the Maltese has been a lap dog to royalty for centuries. This all-white dog has silky hair instead of fur, often making it more tolerable for those who are allergic. Maltese love to be pampered, cuddled and held, and typically form strong attachments. They are gentle and affectionate, and are easy to train, especially when training is started early. Maltese have a medium energy level and do well indoors or in small living spaces. This breed is known to be by their owners’ side at all times, and is sure to charm anyone they meet! 

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