We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!
This breeder is highly recommended by multiple reviewers. They have an immaculate facility and take excellent care of their dogs and puppies.
The common areas for the pups are clean and fun, and the dogs are groomed and trained. Customers have mentioned that the puppies are mostly potty trained and adjust easily to their new homes.
The breeder, Melissa, has been praised for her thoroughness, experience, knowledge, and customer service. One reviewer mentioned that they have collaborated with Melissa for over 10 years and that her breeding practices are honest and ethical.
However, there is one negative review mentioning that a dog purchased from this breeder developed allergies and diabetes, which the reviewer believes could be a genetic trait. Overall, this breeder seems to be a trustworthy choice for customers looking for a Golden Retriever puppy.
Farmer Doodles Reviews
We’ve compiled a list of the most helpful reviews for this breeder below. We’ve included both positive and negative (if applicable) reviews to give you a better idea of the type of breeder you’re considering.
Best breeder around. Melissa is thorough and you can tell that she loves what she does. Puppies are for the most part potty trained and adjust easily in their new home. I highly recommend this place!!
I’ve known and collaborated with Melissa at Farmer Doodles for over 10 years. She is the breeder I refer to when families are searching for a Goldendoodle or Bernedoodle to add to their family. Her experience, knowledge, customer service, and honest, ethical breeding practices are unparalleled!
This breeder has an immaculate facility and takes excellent care of their dogs and puppies. The common areas for the pups are clean and fun. The dogs are groomed and trained.
I have a 2 year old doodle from Farmer Doodles and he is a joy. He is excellent companion, great guard dog and easily trainable.
I would highly recommend this place for anyone looking for a new canine family member!
We purchased mable from their 2013 April 28th litter. Since we received mable she always had allergies which we knew could happen. However, we have just left the vet as our children were saying goodbye to mable who just turned 5 years old but whose diabetes ( which is rare in 5 year old) has now shut her liver down. Vet said she forms dog that young which she probably had gotten it younger was probably genetic.. we know anything can happen but diabetes in doodles is a very genetic trait that is passed.