THIS IS CHLOE ENJOYING THE SHADE. SHE HAS A FULL MASK AND A RING AROUND THE START OF HER TAIL .
THIS IS OUR TWO MALES WHO BOTH LOVE TO RUN AROUND THE YARD TOGETHER. THEY CAN GO HOME FOR $1000 EACH.
THIS IS MY BOYS AGAIN.
Dawggonedoodles is a dog breeder in the Inland Empire of California. We have been involved with breeding for seven years. Our main priority is to ensure that all our dogs are healthy and well socialized for their new forever families.
We strive to be an ethical, genuine Labradoodle breeder in good standing while promoting this great breed by maintaining their health status unique nature, temperament and characteristics. We strive to provide top quality dogs, with a focus on excellent temperaments, to loving families and service homes throughout the country..
As responsible breeder Dawg Gone Doodles will continue to care about our puppies long after they leave us. As such, it's our strict policy to only sell to individuals; we will never sell to pet shops or brokers. To make sure our dogs get the forever home they deserve, we carefully interview all potential owners. Contact us to find out more about the process or to get on our waiting list.
Labradoodles are smart and sociable dogs, affectionate with both adults and children, and also pets. They are friendly, energetic. very intelligent, and always ready to play. They love water and they are good swimmers, just like their parents. Being versatile family and therapy dogs, Labradoodles devoted and enthusiastic, with an eagerness to please that makes training quite easy. People usually say Labradoodles have the energy of a Labrador and the work ethics of both Labradors and Poodles.
It is important that puppies learn to interact with people and other dogs at an early age. They need to be held, talked to, played with, and taught acceptable social behavior. It starts with us. We hold them, touch their paw, stroke their heads, ears and rock them daily. This helps them grow into a gentle, loving pet.
It's not fun but someone has to do it.! Early training with the us makes for an easier transition with a new family. We gradually increase the size of the play area for our new Dawgs. We include a separate space for the kids to do the deed! It take anywhere from a few days to a week for them to understand that place is their place to go.
We introduce a crate to all our pups. It allow them a space to relax and feel safe. We believe this early training helps the puppies transition from mom and litter mates to their new home.
Sometime between the 4th and 5th week we begin introducing solid food. These new foods can cause some upset digestive systems. we carefully monitor their daily deposits and make sure we are not moving too quickly with the solid food. At this point they are still nursing on mom and receiving all the incredible benefits from her milk and presence.
The puppies are dewormed beginning in the 3rd week and vaccinated with the first in a series of 3 shots beginning the 7th week before joining their new families at 8 to 10 weeks. All families will be required to sign a spay/neuter contract before puppy is released to their care.
How big will a Labradoodle get?
21-24 inches tall
How much will they weight?
What is their expected life span?
How intelligent are Labradoodles?
Very intelligent. Both the Lab
and the poodle are in the top
10 for obedience & intelligence.