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Raising Our Fur Babies

It is no easy task introducing new furry lives into the world that brings so much joy to their human families, but it is unbelievably rewarding seeing the smiles they bring to everyone they encounter. We want to make sure our puppies have the very best start in life so they can reach their full potential, and we are not afraid to go the extra step to make sure they are everything they were meant to be. There is no better dog than the Labradoodle to pour our time and hearts into, for they were born knowing exactly how to be that devoted best friend every human needs, and we love them for it.  

From day one

Our puppies are delivered in their own whelping box inside our home. They have their own little corner area off our family room so they have security but also hear the normal hustle and bustle of family life. At this stage, we expose the puppies to early stimulation daily. Our mothers are wonderful about keeping their area clean and tidy and let us know when they need to go outside. At first our mother stays very close to her puppies, wanting to keep an eye on them at all times, but when the puppies are around 2 weeks old, the mother also enjoys break times periodically running around the house.

3-6 weeks

 At this age, the puppies are beginning to show their own personalities and are starting to explore their world as their eyes open. This marks the beginning of the socialization process. The puppies learn from their mother about boundaries and respect, and their siblings teach them how to play nice and understand what is too rough. It is also critical to have as much human interaction as possible to develop confidence with many different people and many different situations. We continue to handle the puppies daily, and encourage our friends and family to cuddle with them. This encourages a love of people and sets the foundation for that strong bond Labradoodles are known for. During this period, we also introduce food and water to the puppies while their mother is enjoying a break.  They pick this up quickly from watching their mother eat and drink. 


The puppies also begin to spend some time in our puppy play area in our home at 5 weeks of age. This area is set up for the puppies to have a play side, a comfy bed of blankets, and a litter box potty area. The puppies are already aware of the difference between a bed area and potty area from their whelping box and within a week know to use the litter box for their bathroom.  The puppies also spend some time outside if the weather permits.

6-7 weeks

At 6 weeks, the puppies are weaned completely and are eating dry food. Over time, we are able to increase the distance between the potty and bed areas while they are still in the Nursery play area. This process greatly aids in our ability to crate/house train when the puppies are in their 7th week.  We also are starting to transition the puppies into spending some alone time in a crate at different points in their day, by first grouping them into pairs and only for short durations. We find that by doing this process gradually, the puppies are more likely to succeed quicker at crate training and learn to enjoy it, making their first nights home with their new family a more joyous experience for all. We also introduce treats during this time to strengthen the puppies' drive to please and promote eye contact, setting them up for success during our next puppy phase. 

Puppy preschool begins

At 7 weeks our puppies all receive their own collar and leash. At 8 weeks they are ready for their new homes! You will receive a puppy package at the time of pickup with everything that has been used with your puppy and that he/she is comfortable with.  During their training period, the puppies go outside regularly to potty and play with our other dogs. The puppies are completely integrated into what life will be like for them in their new families with rules and basic training before entering the arms of their new owners.

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Meet the kiddos!  Spring 2020


We have beautiful mini F1b labradoodle puppies! They are just 1 week old! Their colors are Red & Apricot. These little guys will be between 25-35lbs fully grown. Adorable! 

Meet the kiddos!  Fall 2021

Oodles of doodles! We have a new litter of standard F1 labradoodles; just 10 days old. Their colors are red and apricot. Fully grown they will be between 50-60 lbs. Stay tuned for some more cuteness... to be continued!


Meet the kiddos!  Spring 2022

So much cuteness! Our F1b minis are just a few weeks old! They will mature to be 25-35 lbs. 


OMG! These cuties just turned 4 weeks old! Cuteness overload!

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