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 A little about DeeCor    Goldendoodles........


Welcome to our page where you will get to know a bit more about who your puppy will be spending the first 8 weeks of his or her precious life with.

Danielle and Adrian have lived in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada for 35 years. It will always be a place we call home. It is where we have raised our children and will look forward to our many visits and vacation time now.

We began our love of raising Goldendoodles in 2012.

We have moved to Airdrie, Alberta and we will continue to raise our beautiful Goldendoodles in our new home in 2023.

Our oldest daughter Tamara naturally took on the role of DeeCor Goldendoodles in the Comox Valley. Tamara is blessed to be able to be at home during the day with her 2 children (our grandchildren) and which has also enabled her to be availble to raise some beautiful Doodle puppies in their home! Tamara grew up with dogs and enjoys every minute of raising and training these sweet, furry bundles of joy! Her husband Ken is a Lieutenant for the Courtenay fire department and is also a linesmen by trade.

Raising puppies is not a job to us, it is a hobby that we take very seriously and is done completely out of love.

Our  family has a deep love for dogs. My girls and I started showing dogs in 1997. We have owned, shown and raised Shetland Sheepdogs, a Rough Collie as well as shown many other breeds in the show ring. I have been a member of the Canadian Kennel Club as well as a board member of  the Comox Valley Kennel Club. I retired from the dog show world in 2010 as I wanted to be able to spend more time at home with my family. Around the same time we began to search for our new family member. After owning dogs with quite a bit of hair and a lot of shedding, we knew we wanted a non-shedding breed, with an outgoing temperament that would also be wonderful with children and other dogs. With my knowledge of different breeds I was well aware of the breeds that were non-shedding. I know that I am not a terrier person and my husband wasn't too keen on the idea of being a poodle person. Our veterinarian who is our family friend mentioned one day that she knew of a Doodle that was in need of a temporary home.  After talking to my husband we decided we would like to meet her so off we went the next morning to the kennel she had been staying at. make a long story short, we absolutely fell in love with her and this is how we came to love, own and breed the best family dogs ever!



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