I’m Bobbi, the dog lover behind Diamond Companions. I have always been an animal lover and grew up with animals of all kind’s. Horses, rabbits, cats, and dogs of many breeds. When I was a young girl, I remember our Brittany spaniel female having puppies. I would bring home every stray cat I found having to tell my mom it followed me home. When we were first married, we had to have a golden retriever. We had  obedience training done with her . She earned her CDX Title. We bred her and kept one of the male pups. It was a lot of work but well worth It. However our time went towards raising our family but  We continued to have Golden Retrievers as pets (4 to be exact) in 35 years. When our last one went over the Rainbow Bridge, we were not going to have any more dogs. It lasted 18 months when I realized being empty nesters really meant empty. I decided I wanted a small lap dog hence Miss Bentlee became a new member of our family. The rest is history. Be sure to read our story how diamond companions became what it is today.

How it all began

I have worked as a companion caregiver for over 5 years loving and giving myself to others. I decided to get a small dog to keep myself company at home. Miss Bentlee, a Maltipoo, she became a new member of our family. She was an incredibly special puppy that everyone fell in love with, even as she got older, she attracted everyone to her. I decided to train her to be a therapy dog so she could go along with me when I made my visits. We went through the training needed and she became a therapy dog. I love watching how she loves visiting everyone and how she brightens their day. I researched for two years about breeding these mixed non shedding hypoallergenic dogs and learning more info on being an actual breeder. Miss Bentlee was back bred to a toy poodle not knowing at the time this will make them more hypo allergenic and less chance of shedding. We ended up breeding her with a red toy poodle named Moose and 9 weeks later she was a mama of 1 boy and 1 girl. She was such a good mama; she took incredibly good care of her babies. These two puppies went to families that needed a hyper- allergenic dog due to kids having allergies but most of all these families needed these puppies for emotional support. One family lost their husband and dad, another one their teenage daughter needed some support at home. At that moment I realized the need for emotional supports dogs were in a much higher need than I ever anticipated.

This was the beginning of Diamond Companions. We have grown to having (2) Maltipoo’s, (2) Red Toy Poodle, Morkie and a (4) GoldenDoodles. So far, they have been able to provide emotional support and unconditional love to many families. The puppies are bred in my home and are delivered and cared for until they are ready for their homes. I do ENS stimulation with them along with canine socialization learning different sounds textures situations and how-to problem solve. Then after we move to human socialization. They are exposed to small children and adults and exposed to other dogs in the household. They are raised underfoot, so they are used to all sounds in the home from ringing doorbells to TV and music, dishes, loud voices, doors closing, and vacuums etc.

I am very particular on who qualifies for my puppies, I will take applications first, then once the application is accepted, I will contact you to see if there is a puppy that is right for you. I am very dedicated to my breeding program and I know the importance of breeding these quality dogs to help these families that are in need. As a responsible breeder I know if you do adopt a puppy from us that it is 1 less dog adopted from a shelter. Therefore, we donate proceeds from every litter to an animal shelter of or nonprofit rescue organization. We want you to know that when you adopt from us you will be helping abandoned animals at shelters, we want to do our part to help support these facilities both local and countrywide. We are very dedicated to Diamond Companions and we are learning and researching daily to make Diamond Companions the best it can be.


Check back this summer for our Goldendoodle litters that will be ready for their homes early fall.

MorkiPoo Puppies have all  found their furever families

Born: January 14, 2021

4 Beautiful black abstract Puppies

2 Girls & 2 Boys

Est. Weight: 8-12 lbs

These puppies will go fast! Apply for a puppy today!

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Diamond Companions proudly donates to Rescue Rovers with every purchase of a puppy. Click on the image to go and see how you can help this Non-Profit organzations.



Diamond Companions is simply amazing! Diamond Companions raise puppies that are thoroughly socialized and taught positive behaviors from a young age. Our new puppy has the most wonderful temperament and he has already become a true member of our family. He is extremely playful, but also enjoys some cuddle time. He is the perfect puppy and we are so thankful for Diamond Companions bringing him into our lives.

Cody Dunn

Mr. Magoo

We got our little Cooper from Bobbi last year and it was such a great experience for us. We were so grateful to find someone that cares so much for her dogs and puppies. A lot of people we found were just breeding to earn money fast, but I could tell that Bobbi was being really careful about selecting great homes for her puppies. Would definitely recommend!


Happy Owner of Cooper Maltipoo,

We felt so blessed to find our puppy. We had an older dog that our kids adored, and we knew he didn’t have much time left. Some of our kids have anxiety, and we knew it was going to be so hard on them when Pepper died, so we needed to find just the right dog for our family. We checked shelters and websites, but nothing seemed right.  We saw Bobbi’s puppies listed on KSL and I just thought, “there’s our puppy.” 
We met Bobbi and the puppy, whom we named Milo, and played in the backyard. I was so impressed with the work that Bobbi does with her dogs. At 8 weeks, they already knew how to sit and not jump up to greet. They had been socialized to accept touch, even on the paws ?.  She loved her puppies and cared deeply for her breeding dogs. (We met a “retired” mama dog who was only 4 years old, but retired because the last pregnancy was too hard on her, and now she’s part of Bobbi’s family). She let us come back and visit until the puppy was ready to come home, which was at 9 weeks.

When we brought Milo home, Bobbi gave us the records from the vet, the parent’s papers, and the DNA analysis. She gave us a puppy care bin that included a puppy stuffed animal with a heart ❤️ beat and which warmed up, which really helped Milo those first nights when he missed his litter mates.

Bobbi has been great to answer questions we’ve had as we began a new adventure with our puppy. We feel so blessed to have our puppy, especially as  we had to say goodbye to our beloved dog, Pepper, much sooner then we thought. We truly felt led to Bobbi and are so grateful for her hard work and love for her dogs. Thank you Bobbi!!



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