Big Doodle Dreams
Robin Crubaugh
59 Deerwood Trail Road
Blairsville GA 30512
Unfortunately in the world of dog breeding and training you encounter times when it's best to let one of the dogs go on to another family, this is unfortunate for me and fortunate for you. Most of the time it's a dog that has had many hours of training and is now in its youth/prime and transitions easily into the next home. All of the hard work has been done. I retire my girls at a young age (under 4 yrs of age) and sometimes I will take on a project dog that I change my mind on and let him/her go. Dogs that I have available on this page are healthy, socialized, love children, may have basic commands, they are accustomed to using a leash, a crate, and have been in the car and are friendly with strangers. They are accustomed to household noises, children, cats, and other dogs. All of my dogs are free fed (eat when they want, no food aggression). Please contact me via phone call on these guys as they are part of my life and not just a puppy that I had the privilege of raising for 9 weeks.  


Georgia (Sproodle)
available in late January

Georgia is a first generation Sproodle (English Springer Spaniel and Poodle), 34 lbs and 3 yrs old. She loves everyone, there is no such thing as a stranger. She loves toys and loves to play, but don't give her a stuffed animal, she will de-stuff it for you. She loves to be with us and is an inside dog only. She is UTD on vaccinations, health tested, microchipped, potty/crate trained, social/friendly, shaggy coat (limited shedding),and just an absolute doll. She is also on my YouTube channel, the video titled "Dental Toys for Dogs." If you think that she would be a good fit for your family then you will need to call me (expect a long conversation) and schedule to meet her.

If I don't have exactly what you are looking for call me, there is always a retiree in the near future. I do my very best to match temperament with the family, so I will want to hear about you and your family and your expectations in wanting an older dog. Also, if you have very young children (5 and under) you might want to rethink the idea of adopting an older dog. I have small children and older dogs, raised together, but adopting an older dog is completely different from raising a puppy to adulthood.

I have pics/videos I can send, just give me a call and let's talk (706)-994-1678