Sheepadoodle Puppies

2024 Sheepadoodle Litter for Adoption - Photos Below!

Contact: Michelle via text @ (717) 271-6576

All Puppies Reserved – Contact Michelle to be put on the waiting list.

We have SO enjoyed raising and placing Labradoodle pups, but this spring we get to switch gears a bit. Our entire family is over the moon to have f1 petite Sheepadoodle puppies to love on! Shortly before Easter Merritt presented us with her first litter – and we’ve been impressed! Merritt has been a fantastic mom. She’s back to tagging along with the kids as they feed the goats and the pups get to explore the world on their own now as well. The pups are growing and developing each and every day. 

Old English Sheep dog and Sheepadoodle puppies
The puppies have been undergoing Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) training since day three of their lives. Recommended by AKC as a way to help puppies learn to self-regulate stress, it’s a part of our puppy-raising routine. As the pups grow, we’ll add in sounds of thunderstorms, vacuum cleaners and – hello, there’s 4 kids in this household – general chaos. With the well-adjusted puppies we’ve placed previously, we feel like giving them age-appropriate challenges is important to creating dogs who are outgoing and have a flexible mindset. 
We’re enjoying snuggling them and having our friends and family over to have their chance to hold puppies. This litter is used to lots of love already! We will continue to keep you posted on their growth.
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The Pups


Reserved by The Helsel Family.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania


Reserved by Gary and Ilsa L.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Reserved by Bradford Family
New Jersey


Reserved by Kevin & Michelle K.


Reserved by The Kessler Family.


Reserved by Simon & Anthea


Reserved by John


Reserved by Tim H.


Reserved by Hershey Family
Lancaster, PA


Reserved by Michael & Amanda
Washington D.C.


Reserved by Elias Family


Reserved by Heather H.
New York

The Parents


Merritt (AKC #DN64875103)

We always say Merritt is our “sunshine, rainbows, butterflies and unicorns” dog. Her sunny personality is absolutely irrepressible – which is what makes her so much fun to be around. However do not mistake her eager, happy character with flakiness – she’s proven to be trainable – she’s got brains under that fluff! 

red parti moyen poodle


Victor (AKC PR23987908)

We chose an AKC stud who also LOVES people (one of our biggest factors in deciding on a stud: are they people-oriented?) but we also loved his luxurious curly coat and his outgoing nature. We’re pretty sure he can laugh out loud, he’s just that kind of guy. Victor is a red parti moyen poodle and has tested clear for vWD1, PRA-prcd, DM, and NEwS.  He’s a fully furnished and he’s a 25-pounder. So with Merritt checking in around 60 pounds, we consider the puppies “petite” – falling in between the larger “standard” and smaller “miniature” Sheepadoodle ranges.

Our breeding standards include:
* Supervised Start: We stay with Merritt during the entire whelping process, to make sure all puppies are breathing well and eating properly to start life off correctly. 
* Implementation of the “Super Dog” program: From day three we start the Early Neurological Stimulation training to help them learn to self-regulate stress. This program is recommended by the AKC and was developed by the U.S. military to improve the performance of military working dogs
* Routine dewormings: Every two weeks, beginning at two weeks of age, we deworm with Pyrantal Pamoate. We will also give Toltrazuril for coccidia prevention before the puppy leaves our home. Don’t worry! You don’t have to remember all this. We put all the dewormings and Toltrazuril coccidia prevention on a health pamphlet that we send home with you. 
* Vaccinations: Each puppy will get a five-way modified live Parvo shot. You’ll want to make appointments with your vet for the booster Parvo, (in 3-4 weeks from the initial shot) plus the rabies shots at around 17 weeks. 
* Vet visit : The puppies will be seen by a vet for an initial visit before they head to your home, and we’ll send that paper home along with your puppy.
* Socialization: We are blessed with an incredible network of wonderful people who “just happen to be stopping by” when we have puppies. Coincidence? We think not, but all joking aside, we’re glad that the pups have met so many people of all ages before they leave here. 
* Goats: We recognize that you might not have goats (but you should!, ha). Even though goats might not be part of their daily routine when they get to your home, we think they’re important to puppy raising. Why? The pups have gotten exposure to other pets, dogs, noises, and distractions that come with living on a small farm, and we think that makes for helpful growing-up lessons and an overall well-rounded dog. Plus, if you’re a puppy…’s just fun to chase goats. 
The great families who have gotten puppies from us are glad to talk to you! References available, just ask!
“Tucker has been two years of pure joy for us. We couldn’t love him any more than we do.
Thank you for this very special gift for all of us.”
– Tori O

2023 Adoption Photos below 🙂

About Us

Our family lives on a farmette in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Here we raise and show quality Boer goats, plus we raise and show rabbits on a national level and have been involved in the county 4-H program for nine years. Jamy is a graphic designer and Michelle is a stay-at-home mom and part-time agricultural reporter and photographer – animals have been important in our lives and we enjoy sharing them with the fantastic families we’ve come in contact with over the years as we’ve placed puppies in GREAT homes. 

Feel free to google us online to see that we are real people and that you can trust us.

See our Google Reviews here:

Jamy has been selling through eBay online for over 20 years and has a 100% credibility rating:

You can also check us out on Facebook 🙂

We had a wonderful experience at Creek Hill Farm! They helped us pick out our puppy based on our family’s needs and the puppy’s temperament. Ourdog, Ben, is absolutely the best! He is gentle and loves to play. He is off leash trained in our yard, but uses his leash well for walks. He is very smart and is a true family dog!

Amanda / Google

We’ve had the best experience with the Creek Hill Farm family! We purchased a labradoodle puppy from Dixie’s first litter in 2020 and the whole process was thoughtful from beginning to end. The Kunjappu family takes great care of their animals. From the beginning, Michelle was very attentive to the puppies’ personalities and carefully met with each family who wanted to purchase a puppy to ensure they went to a good home. We continue to keep in touch and update the family with pictures and they are thrilled to hear from us. We couldn’t have asked for a better experience!

Joelle / Google

If you’re looking for a reliable breeder, Creek Hill Farm is the place to go! We got our F1b labradoodle puppy from here at the end of 2021 and it was nothing short of an amazing experience. Michelle constantly communicated to us and even sent us pics/videos of our puppy (without us asking) until she was ready to be picked up. We also met the puppy’s mother and really felt the love the dogs/puppies receive here. Our puppy is just under 1.5 years old now and she is healthy, smart and extremely family oriented. We couldn’t be any happier to get our girl Lola from here!

Christina / Google

Our Health Guarantee

All puppies sold in Pa are covered by the Dog Purchaser Protection Act, but other states may differ. This means that every breeder offers a health guarantee up to 30 days after purchase.

Here at Creek Hill Farm, puppies will have their health record explaining what shots the puppy has had at the time of sale.

To preserve your rights of the dog health guarantee, you must take your newly-purchased dog to a licensed veterinarian for examination within 10 days of purchase. If a veterinarian determines, within 10 days of purchase, that your dog is clinically ill or has died from an injury sustained or illness likely to have been contracted on or before the date of sale and delivery, you may return the dog for a complete refund.

If, within 30 days of purchase, a licensed veterinarian determines that your puppy has a congenital or hereditary concern which adversely affects his or her health, or that the puppy has passed away due to a congenital or hereditary defect, you are eligible to seek protection from your state’s Heath Guarantee laws.

Once you have been approved as eligible for a remedy under a Pet Purchaser Protection Act, you will receive a list of potential remedies available to you.

These can include but are not limited to:

  • returning your puppy for a full refund
  • exchanging your puppy for one of equal or lesser value
  • keeping the puppy and receiving reimbursement for reasonable care of the associated veterinary fees

Adoption Areas

We’ve had many successful adoptions from many areas throughout the North East United States, even some from as far as Nevada and Colorado! We are in a centrally located area within driving distance of: Virginia (VA), West Virginia (WV), New Jersey (NJ), New Hampshire (NH), Vermont (VT), Connecticut (CT), Massachusetts (MA), Maryland (MD), Ohio (OH), Delaware (DE), New York (NY), and Rhode Island (RI).