About Mule Mountain Doodles
Our family is passionate about breeding Labradoodles and Sheepadoodles. Our mission has been to breed healthy, brave puppies with good structure and an outstanding temperament!
"Before you get a dog, you can't quite imagine what living with one might be like; afterward, you can't imagine living any other way."
Our Doodles are health-tested and coat-tested prior to being breed. Our puppies are handled daily using Puppy Culture protocols to ensure you get a confident, well adjusted and sociable little bundle of fluff!
Our first Labradoodle, Yankee, started us out on our Doodle journey. She is an abstract black Labradoodle who is genetically blue and while I have a personal preference for black Labradoodles, our love has grown to include an interest in other Doodle breeds. Due to how amazing our Labradoodle experience has been, we have decided to
include Sheepadoodles in our journey.
We are blessed to live in "The Valley of the Sun"! Where we are a short drive away from the lakes and mountains. We love taking our dogs on outdoor adventures with us, camping, hiking, fishing and playing in the pool when the weather gets too hot.
Here is Poppet at just four months old!
This is Yankee during her first week home with us!
For us, breeding Labradoodles and Sheepadoodles is very rewarding. We are proving that not all doodle breeders are in it for the money or are "backyard breeders" and that a purpose-bred mix breed dog can be just as amazing as a purebred.
We do not breed for a popular color or charge more for color or gender. We look at temperament, health and structure before considering color. We coat trait test all dogs to ensure a proper, minimally shedding coat and we health test using genetic health panels, our reproductive vet as well as OFA's and/or PennHIPP to ensure we create the healthiest puppies possible.
We could not be happier doing what we are doing and we thank you all for being on this exciting journey with us!
How we make a difference. . .
The Labradoodle was originally created in an attempt to provide a guide dog for a blind woman in Hawaii whose husband had allergies. We honor the breed's original purpose and breed for the same temperament and hypoallergenic coat and donate puppies that are suitable for a Service/ESA training prospect. We also give discounts to active and former military members as well as LEO, 1st responders and BPO.
We, along with local training facilities dedicated to training dogs to get their service certification, aim to pick the best suitable pup to become a service dog. We partner up and pick a puppy with the best characteristics/traits that will be a good service prospect that hopefully be able to complete the service dog training. The puppies that graduate from their training are then donated to former and active military who are in need of a service animal.