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Labradoodle F3 Litter Due October 10th - waiting list now open
Our labradoodle Rita is now pregnant with her second litter, confirmed by scan.
Rita is beautiful and a devoted, intelligent doodle. She has lived all her life in a busy family home, loves children and other fun people, and is much adored and admired by all. She is of athletic build and loves long walks over moors and forests in our Pennine home. At home she is gentle, affectionate and restful. Her biggest fault – over-wagging! She adores everybody, wagging like crazy when she sees all her many friends – doggy and human.
Rita has good instincts and good doggie manners, friendly with other dogs and loving a good chase or game.
Rita’s coat is soft and shaggy, a non-shedding type, though she does need regular brushing to keep her tangle free.
The puppies’ dad, gentle giant labradoodle Barclay, is a fine café au lait labradoodle, health checked and hip scored, much cherished by his owner because of his fabulously gentle nature. He too is great with children.
Rita was a wonderful attentive mother to her first litter. She has had regular vet health checks since prior to pregnancy, as her welfare is a top priority, along with that of the puppies. Puppies will be brought up in our home, with plenty of attention, hugs, fun and games when they are old enough, to stimulate them, socialise and give them a great start in life.
Puppies will be individually fed on Burns puppy food to promote best health in each of them (no bolting food as they will each have their own bowl). They will have good routines of feed, sleep, playtime, repeat. As they get older they will be encouraged to use a designated corner for excretion and will be partly litter trained in time for their departure to their forever homes.
Puppies will be wormed fortnightly and will each have had a full vet health check and microchipped.
Our requirements for puppies’ new homes are strict.
We will be vetting new owners carefully to ensure that our much-loved puppies will have the very best. We hope you understand! They need forever homes with devoted families to give them good lives and we regard it as our responsibility to ensure they are well provided for as they are not able to do this for themselves.
Preferably new families will be taking the puppies to puppy classes or obtaining professional advice on training, as labradoodles are loving dogs who eager to please and are easily trained – but they can be bouncy and over-exuberant (looking at you here Rita!) and they need to learn good habits and nice manners.
Safety is paramount and especially in the current COVID-19 situation we will take great care over social distancing and staying safe when it comes to viewing the puppies.
Puppies are ready at the end of the first week in December and it does not need saying that Puppies are not Christmas presents…
We will be requiring £500 deposit to secure your puppy once the puppies have arrived safely.
We have included photos of Rita now, and as a puppy, so you can see what the puppies are may look like, as well as the splendid Barclay….
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Before contacting or visiting the advertiser for this Labradoodle. Please make sure you have printed and read this checklist fully. Do NOT buy a dog or puppy from the advertiser unless you are happy that they follow all the advice on the list. If you have any concerns, report them to us.
Please read our Pet Advice section for further information before buying a dog. Here are a few very useful articles you should read before visiting any dogs or puppies :
1) Ten pitfalls to avoid when buying a pedigree puppy
2) What paperwork should you have
3) Important Questions to ask the Breeder
4) Picking a healthy puppy
5) Choosing a pedigree puppy
6) Health testing for dogs