How do you spell adorable? A-R-C-H-I-E. But seriously–how darling is this dood?
“I had just found out that my parents had to put my beloved Labradoodle Edison to sleep. I was heartbroken,” remembers Archie’s mom Quinn. “A few hours after that phone call, my boyfriend and I found out that the mini goldendoodle we were expecting to pick up in early fall would actually be ready for us to pick up four months earlier.”
“We got Archie from a breeder in Indiana, [about] seven hours from our Pittsburgh home; to say the drive out there took forever is an understatement! We walked in and there were four little doods waiting with wiggly butts, but there was one who had his front paws up on the gate and [who] was basically falling over from excitement. His little chubby legs could barely stay on the ground! All of the pups were so lovable and excited to see us, but the little chunky white one was over the moon,” says Quinn adding, ” We fell in love with him as soon as we saw him.”
“He is almost always smiling with his tail up or wagging, which I love! It just shows how happy and loving he is all of the time.”
A fun fact about Archie: he is a therapy dog with the Therapy Dogs of Pittsburgh and also has a Canine Good Citizen certification! It’s easy to see why; he was such a good boy during our session.
If you want to see more of Archie (and who doesn’t?!), follow him on Instagram @archiethecheesedoodle.
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