Welcome to my page and thank you for visiting.
My mom (Reno, a Golden Retriever) and my dad (name unknown, a Standard Poodle) were both living in a North Dakota puppy mill. Along came Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota (RAGOM), who rescued my parents along with other dogs from this puppy mill. They were then placed in foster care. While in foster care, RAGOM found out my mom was pregnant. My mom was surrounded by loving and caring volunteers throughout her entire pregnancy and delivery process. On January 31, 2008, my 8 litter mates and I entered this world. In spring 2008, I was adopted to my forever family in Southern Minnesota and the rest, as they say, is history!
Here is a picture of all my brothers and sisters and I! From the left: Maggie, Spencer the Goldendoodle, Tanner, Charlie, Leia, Gideon, Sebastian, Abby (RIP), and Kraelyn.
About this Blog
With the help of my humans we started this blog on September 7th, 2013. Here is our goal for this blog:
- To share the adventures of me, Spencer the Goldendoodle.
- Bring awareness on the importance of adopting, instead of shopping. As well as supporting rescue organizations, humane societies, and other non-profits groups.
- Educate people about Goldendoodles and clear up some myths out there.
- Here is a one of my post about Goldendoodles.
- Provide honest product reviews that are informative and helpful.
First off we have my mom and dad, aka my humans. They help me out with my blog since it is hard to type with no thumbs. My mom is in charge of taking pictures and providing moral support. While my dad provides all my tech support.
Next, we have my fur-sister Callie the Cat. Now, don’t let those eyes fool you. She loves to get into trouble and blame it on me. She is the ruler of the house and loves to cause mischief. But, at the end of the day, she is my right hand gal
Finally, there are my pals from the farm. These are my grandparents’ dogs and I sure love to visit them.
- Abbey, pictured in the back. She was rescued by RAGOM and had a horrible life prior to being rescued. She sure has come a long way from hiding under tables and never wagging her tail. Now, even though she is slowing down, she still has some spunk in her step and loves to socialize especially with the boys.
- Louie is the big white and black dog. My grandparents adopted him from a local human society. He is one funny pup and loves to jump over the fences. Don’t worry, he will also jump back in. If you get close enough to him he will plant a big, wet one on your face.
- Carlie, the golden on the left side of the picture, is also a rescue from RAGOM. Where do I start with Carlie?! To sum it up, she is fast as lightening and thinks she is a big dog stuck in a little body.