My wife and I are picking up our labradoodle Nov, 23!! We are looking at getting a Cream Male. There are 4 of them in the litter and we have second pick we are very excited! Any tips on what to bring or how to start the tranning off right??
How far away are you from the breeder? And sign up for a puppy training class as soon as you can - SO worth the time and effort. THis will train you to train your dog and brings to the table the skills you will need to continue throughout the pup's life.
She is our first Austrailian Labradoodle. She is the sweetest, nicest, friendliest dog we have ever had. We owe it all to her breeder. She turned seven last May. We almost lost her last year due to copper elimination disease last March. I can't say enough kind words regarding our veterinarian or the staff of MSU Veterinary Clinic. They saved her life.
Yes, I have 2 beautiful labradors, a black lab and a retriever. I love them, I spend all the time I can with them. Im a freelance writer and I work walking and training dogs. Im glad I found this forum
I would like to share tips, stories and learn about all of you guys.
Hi! Excited to have finally joined this group! We are in new territory these days with our new addition, Georie. She's an 11 week old Labradoodle (F1B), and our first time getting a big dog. Our other dog, Cowboy, is a 15 year old shitzu so it's a whole new (and larger) world and we are loving it!
Now for the question you've seen a million times...What will this girl turn out like??? She's changed SO much in the last several weeks it's unreal! We thought she'd be wavy fleece when we got her, but now we're just stumped! Thoughts?
I just found this forum. I have a four month old female Labradoodle named Bailey. She is wonderful. She is potty trained. We have been thru puppy classes and we are now attending basic obedience classes.
She is very sweet, great with my 5 grandsons and my 10 year old rotti. Bailey is 18 pounds and growing fast. She is very picky about her food. We have been feeding her TLC pet food (suggested by the breeder) but she will not eat it anymore, so I have to add things to it to get her to eat. Any suggestions?????????
Good day all. User id: Nick79 but everyone please call me Bill. Owned a "Labradoodle" long before they became fashionable. "Lady" was an accident that the breeder wanted to get rid of. She was a spectacular Family member who lived 16 years. I built a ramp for her over our deck steps which I am sure eased some discomfort she felt by age 11. She was a straight black haired LD that looked very pure Lab and was very smart. After she passed I was hesitant to get another pet. I didn't want to try to "replace" her and didn't want a new animal compared to her. Well some years have past, I now Summer in NY (home) and Winter in FL. Our FL condo has an animal weight limit of 40 lbs. So I adopted a female mini - labrdoodle named Palmer this week. She is 13 1/2 weeks old and I have forgotten some of the "work" needed to help her start adjusting to her new home. I am sure I will need help along the journey. Anyway - happy to have found this forum. Bill
Hello, those puppies are adorable. I like dogs a lot. I have a German Sheppard, called Bax. He is so cute and funny. Frankly speaking, I can't imagine my life without him. When I start working at my business memo writing service he always tries to play with me