4E's Favorite Things!
Noodle Neckties was founded by one of our clients! They are 2-1 reversible bandannas with adjustable, hassle free snaps! Some models feature terry-cloth on one side for your furry friend that gets messy when drinking!
The idea of Noodle Neckties came when Christine and Dean found herself following Noodle around with a towel after every time he drank water. This was harder to manage when they were in public so they decided to make a bandanna he could wear in public with a discrete towel on the other side, ready for me to wipe him down when needed.
Before Puppy Comes Home!
Some of my favorite training tools. I love the leash coupler to use for training. It is a great way to hook your puppy on your belt loop or around items in the house when using the tethering method to train! Th prong collar is an effective tool to use for training. It communicates in a way dog understand by replicating the way a mom dog corrects her puppy.
Adult Size: 36" (36" L X 25" W X 27" H) : For Pets 50-70 lbs. This kennel is not huge and is perfect for my 50 pounds f1 females. They are not in the kennel long (at night and sometimes a few hours a day) and I don't like huge kennels in my room! So this size works for me. For a larger male or a pup in the kennel for longer periods come up one or two sizes!
This is a safe way to have your dog travel in your vehicle with you. One of our very own 4E Doodle families make these. This is a great family owned business with top quality platforms. See for yourself!
Bath and Grooming
I have found through many years of bathing dogs, that high quality shampoo makes a difference. When goldendoodles came into my life I also found the necessity of using high end products. It makes a world of difference (just like your hair!). I love love these products below! A blow dryer makes a world of difference too and below is the dryer we use on your puppy before they go home.
Some of our favorite toys!
Great enclosures for added security for yard and house. Baby gates are also a great option to block off stairs, etc...
You can use either of these fence options to back up against a doogy door like we do in the nursery. This is a great way to keep puppies safe inside and outside.
Just for Fun or Expansion of Knowledge!