F1 puppies available mid July 2009

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Hobbit
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F1 puppies available mid July 2009

Post by Hobbit » 06 Jun 2009, 23:08

My mum Bramble has had her F1 labradoodle puppies, now 2 weeks old. She had a litter of 10 just like she did when she had me 2 years ago. There are four left. If anyone is looking for a doodle and would like to see them on our web cam, check out
http://www.trentishoedoodles.com
There is also a daily updated blog with photos of events and past relatives.
Both parents live with me, are health tested and we all have superb temperaments. The puppies will be intensely socialised and new owners must be willing to continue with socialisation and training in the new home. Accredited breeder with the UK Doodle Club. Bred in accordance with the UKLA's code of practice. Advice freely given and visitors welcome.
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Re: F1 puppies available mid July 2009

Post by amber » 09 Jun 2009, 20:27

Awww that's lovely Hobbit. Thanks
Going to have a look now.
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Re: F1 puppies available mid July 2009

Post by julies0708 » 24 Jun 2009, 23:50

what a coincidence, a guy on our local forum has just posted to say that his son is getting a doodle puppy and the website he's linked to is yours - we're in the far north of scotland!

think the puppy he's referring to is Raven?
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Re: F1 puppies available mid July 2009

Post by Hobbit » 21 Jul 2009, 14:21

Raven was collected last week and has settled into her new home amazingly well. She has Jezz the Labrador to keep her company and as our puppies are trained to eliminate on the command 'be quick' and she is crate trained, no accidents!
Kay, Colin and children are keeping us posted of her progress for our daily blog updates.

One F1 black bitch left from Wader's litter ready to leave 1st August.

http://www.trentishoedoodles.com
Breeding for health and exceptional temperament

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