This website is dedicated to
sharing information with Doodle
owners and prospective doodle
lovers about the wonderful world
of Labradoodles and
Goldendoodles in Colorado.  It is a
resource for all things doodle!
What is a Doodle?
Labradoodle: Labrador Retriever + Standard Poodle*.
Goldendoodle: Golden Retriever + Standard Poodle*.
Doodles have the best of both worlds from the 2 breeds. They have
a positive disposition, are smart, affectionate, playful, good with
children and other dogs, and loyal to their owners.  Labradoodles
were originally bred in Australia as guidedogs for people with
allergies as some doodles don't shed. Doodles make great
companions! and They're everywhere . . .
*or other size poodle - even mini's!
For information about Doodles or this website, please contact Rosie's mom
Links: History of the labradoodle  
Goldendoodles Website
Gleneden Labradoodles
Rutland Manor Labradoodles in Australia
Colorado Doodle
Romp Pictures
Information on Breeders
Doodles in the News
Dog Friendly Places
Silly Doodle Pictures
Doodles available for
rehome or rescue
Tessa, Goldendoodle,
Crested Butte
Rosie, Labradoodle,
Breeders in Colorado
Poison Warnings
Responsible Dog
Please do not bring your dog to any events if he
or she has not been vaccinated.  We do not want
to spread diseases that are highly contagious
and fatal - including but not limited to: Caninie
Distemper, Canine Hepatitis, Canine Parvovirus,
Canine Cough, Canine Leptospirosis, Rabies,
Ringworm, Heartworm, Fleas, Lice.
Please do not bring any intact male dogs.
Videos on YouTube
type in Labradoodle or Goldendoodle in
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Fall Doodle Hike - Lily Pad LakeTrail, Dillon
Sat, Sept 19, 2015, 10:30am - 2:30pm
directions below
please RSVP to
also go to
Facebook and click on Events
Directions to Lily Pad Lake Trailhead from Dillon:
•    Take I-70 to Exit 205 for Silverthorne and Dillon
•    At the end of the exit ramp, turn right (north) and immediately get into the left lane
•    Turn left at the stop light onto Wildernest Road,  
•    Take the 3rd left turn onto Wildernest Road (about 2/10ths of a mile) Do not take the first
two left turns that go back under I-70 to the Factory Outlet stores.  3.16 miles to the trailhead.
•    Follow Wildernest Road while it curves uphill to the right and then to the left, and becomes
Ryan Gulch Road, follow all the way uphill, through many street intersections and neighborhoods.
•    You will see the Buffalo Mountain trail on your right, and the trail to Lily Pad lake will be the
next trail on your right
•    Parking is in the curve on your left, we will meet here