Cha Cha Doodles

Family Raised Goldendoodles in New Jersey


Our search for the perfect family pet began many years ago. Although it would take even a few more to finally have our very own goldendoodle!

When we first decided to get another family pet, after our wonderful lab Shadow passed away, I found out that my son Christopher had allergies. There are only a few large breed dogs that are good for people with allergies. I know that my husband was not fond of walking a poodle down the street, so we began looking for something a little less prissy! And voila...we found out about goldendoodles! Our Lacy Doodles entered our lives 2 years later in September of 2004.



 The Story of our Lacy:

 First let me say, it took me 2 years to save up the money for Lacy. Not only did money stop us from getting a doodle sooner, I wanted my doodle to come from a home where she thrived from love and attention each day of her new life. I truly believe the first eight weeks is so extremely important to rest of the dog’s life. I finally found a breeder that the puppies and adult doodles were raised lovingly in their home. Not to mention their children held and loved the puppies daily. I wanted our puppy to know and be accustomed to small children before coming to our family.  After years of searching and saving, I finally found a great breeder. She was quite a distance. I had 3 small children at the time (ages 8, 5 and 2). I knew the breeder was too far to drive alone with 3 children. I was not able to pick out our puppy. However, I trusted the breeder to match a puppy that best suited our family. The breeder knew we wanted a doodle for along time and offered to meet me halfway with the puppy. That was a long drive for my children and myself. First of all, we teach our children that they should never talk to strangers as well strangers that say, "Do you want to see my puppy" And here I was driving to meet a stranger that had a puppy. I made sure we were to meet in a very public place. We drove for hours; the children were so well behaved. We kept in contact with the breeder via cell phone. We finally reached our destination with a few minutes to spare. I got the children out of the car. We freshened up. I then told the children it was time to go home. On the way to the car, my older son, Christopher saw a lady with a puppy. He asked “Mommy, could I pat that puppy”? I said "ok...but we really need to go honey" As he was patting the puppy, he looked up at the lady with his red curls and innocent big brown curious eyes and asked her "What kind of puppy is this" She said "it's a goldendoodle". Christopher instantly looked at me, his eyes very big and said "Mommy, you have always wanted a goldendoodle!" I said "Christopher, that is our puppy" With that we all, including the breeder started crying. She said the long drive was worth that moment in time. 

Once we got Lacy we knew that we couldn't stop there! When we were visiting a breeder in Canada, we decided to get Goldie! Goldie and Lacy quickly became the best of friends and completely inseperable.


With Lacy's first litter, we just fell in love with one of the little girls, and of course...had to keep her! We named her Apple Rose. Apple Rose has made the cover of ASPCA magazine and we are so proud!

Last but not least, came our Mackie. I have never met such an incredible guy. He gives the most amazing hugs I've ever seen from a dog. Just a great big bear hug. He is like another child to me, and I can't imagine not having him to cuddle with.

So there you have it, what started off as 1, became 2, and quickly became 3 and 4 dogs! A full house! But my 3 children love having tons of doggies to play with! There is never a dull moment here!

Our Doodles being their goofy selves!

We thought long and hard for a great name to go by. We needed something interesting and something that fit us. Well....we thought of Cha Cha Doodles! The CHA stands for my children's names - Christopher, Hannah, and Alex. So, Cha Cha Doodles was born!





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