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Puppy Names Puppy Care February 18, 2021 1:24 PM Last updated Previous litters of pups

 

Charlee has a litter of 8 Labradoodle angels! Born on Valentines Day Feb 14th, 2021. We have 5 girls and 3 boys. Colors will develope more in the next week, but they are light to dark shades of chocolate, and caramel color with markings, and the "cow puppy" is a girl, she is light chocolate or caramel and white abstract. This is a Medium multi generation Labradoodle, sired by Jack. The pups will be ready for their homes Easter weekend, April 3rd.

They had their 1st vet visit today, Everyone is doing great!

 

 

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To my families on the waiting/reserve list, please wait until both litters are born before deciding which litter to pick from.

 

Penelope will have a litter of Medium multi generation Labradoodle's due Feb. 22nd, 2021, sired by Jack. Contact me with questions or visit our policy & payment page to learn about our waiting/reserve deposit list.

Pics from our fall 2020 litters

 


previous litters

 

Contact me with questions. Email is best or you can call or text 810.728.827

If you are considering buying one of my puppy's PLEASE read the information below and all the information I provide on this web site. It is a huge commitment to bring a pup into your life, don't make a commitment you can't keep. Do the research! Ask Questions! Make sure you have the time and are completely committed to the work of a puppy. They will need constant activity and training in their first year. I would be happy to answer any questions promptly and HONESTLY!! 

All of my pups have Vet check ups, their dew claws removed, 1st set of vaccines, and are micro chipped before leaving my home, all done by my VET. Puppies are wormed at 4,5,6, and 7 weeks old. I provide their medical record from my vet and all vaccines are administered by my Vet. Please visit my Puppy Care page for more information.

More Labradoodle pictures? click on my Labradoodle & previous Labradoodle pages.


I will start letting pups go to their new homes at 7 weeks old. I believe this is the perfect time to take your puppy home and start their training. They are not benefiting from staying here until 8 weeks, they only learn more "pack rules" here, and they need to learn house rules, and potty training. They are completely weaned from mom at 6 weeks old. With in the litter there is competition for everything, food from mom, toys, and attention. The more competition the more conflict you will have, and a chance for bad habits to develop, such as alpha behavior. This is why I like to see them to start going to their homes at 7 weeks old. If you need me to keep them for longer, that is fine too. The most important thing is that it is a good time for you to bring home your new family member. We welcome visitors, just contact me to schedule a day and time. I am happy to plan my day around a visit, I just ask that you are PLEASE on Time! I pack allot into my days and have a tight schedule.

I will always be here for help! Whether you have questions about training, or you need a puppy sitter. The caring does not stop when you leave my home with your new angel. MY pups always have a home here, NO questions asked. You never know what life will bring, if for any reason you can no longer care for one of my pups please contact me, I CAN HELP! I will always take them back, even if you are out of state, I can help!

If you are thinking of buying a puppy from someone who is selling them for a much cheaper price, be careful. Do some research. Buying a puppy is a big commitment. They become part of your family. Plus, you have to remember that you are supporting, and sustaining a breeders program when you buy a puppy from them. Be sure that you feel that your breeder should continue breeding. Most pups that are sold at a reduced rate come from puppy mills. Puppy mills breed their females every cycle! The mothers are not healthy and are kept in terrible conditions, with little to no human contact! This means the pups are not healthy, usually do not have a strong immune system, and they are not socialized. Brokers buy the pups from mills by the litter. Then they take them into another state and advertise them at a reduced price, or they are sold to pet stores. DO NOT buy a pup from a pet store!! They are into quantity NOT quality! Puppy mills treat their dogs like a cash crop. Please do not contribute to them.  Please just do a little research, know your breeder and know where your pup is coming from.