Goldendoodles are being used more and more as service dogs? Because of their loving, friendly, non-aggressive and intuitive nature, Goldendoodles are helping lead the blind, watch over the sick and elderly, and are even providing therapy for victims of crime!
The first Goldendoodle Seeing Eye Dog is named Richter. Richter was born on April 23, 2003 and donated to the “Guide Dogs of America. He was then raised by Judith Gomez until his graduation on May 1, 2005.
Teghan, the service dog pictured top left, has been chosen from Knight Goldendoodles as the State of NC first Courthouse Facility Dog. She will train for one year and then start work in the courthouse as a therapy dog to assist witnesses who have to endure difficult courthouse testimony. She was named for Teghan Skiba, a four year old child who was tortured and murdered by Jonathan Richardson in 2010.
Lilybelle, also pictured bottom right, is watching over 7 year old Meghan during her hospital stay. Meghan has a rare disease that causes seizures and she has a serious allergy to nuts. Lilybelle is a true “guardian angel” to Meghan with her constant loving attendance. Lilybelle is just one example of how truly special this breed is. So, when you choose your Goldendoodle, you can be sure that you are bringing home one of the best breeds you can find!
Knight Goldendoodles always sell fast. For more information, or to reserve a puppy from one of our next litters, on a first-come first-serve basis, with a reservation deposit, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (919) 771-4643.