From the Barber Tribe living in Beautiful Northern, Wisconsin. I have 5 children whom are adopted into our chosen family. Our crazy home includes a fun loving mini golden doodle named Miss Mabeline, 5 wonderful golden retrievers named Daisy Sue, KC May, Sweet Peaches, Big Stella, and Miss Molly. You can meet all of them on our doodle parents page. We have two lovable baby daddy miniature poodles named Romeo and Brice. And our little hobby farm would not be complete without our two cats named Jazz and Pepper, a rabbit named Flower, and a few parakeets and 1 fish named Gill. It’s a great place to raise a family especially out in the country where we live.
With my past experience working as an adoption coordinator for adoptions for 4 years, I now bring that experience to matching expectant families with their baby doodles.
Our doodle dog business was started because we love doodle pets and we wanted the proceeds of this business to benefit what we are most passionate about and that is our outreach efforts in Liberia, West Africa where some of our children were adopted from. Each of our children own a golden retriever that they love and care for. When mother nature allows, (and yes sometimes assistance) their dog has a litter of miniature golden doodles. They find it hard to give up these playful puppies but know we cant keep them all and they go to great families. It is also their way of contributing to helping children less fortunate.
I was the founder of a non profit organization called Global Orphan Outreach. We were involved in many projects that help, encourage, and bring hope to orphan children and families in need. www.globalorphanoutreachblog.blogspot.com
While we are phasing out the organization, the efforts to assist will continue through our adorable doodles. We believe that change starts with us. We are never too young or too old to take our talents, resources, and abilities given to us and use it to help others.
So we invite you to explore our website and you will see why you will fall in love with these wonderful dogs and why they make such a great addition to your family. And thank you for taking the time to read about our incredible passion for Africa. This year we are focusing our continued efforts with Henry’s Elementary school in Liberia as well as raising funds to unite Courage with his siblings here in the states.
Courage is the little brother to two of my children adopted from Liberia. We have waited 7 years for the country to reopen to adoption and are excited about the opportunity to bring him home. You can be a part of that journey too!