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foxie68
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wanting a puppy to join our happy home

Post by foxie68 » 10 Feb 2007, 16:40

Hi folks

From reading about these adorable dogs it would seem they would be a wonderful choice of pet for our family (children aged 3 and 7 years).

My partner does suffer with allergies with some pets so I think an F1-B mix would be the most suitable.

Can anyone recommend a reputable breeder somewhere in the North West.

Thanks

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Post by kATE » 10 Feb 2007, 18:44

Hi Idon't know of any F1b Breeders in the north west , but I know that
tora labradoodles in scotland have some F1b pups at the moment
:D
http://www.tora-labradoodles.co.uk/home.html

Good luck, Let us know how you get on
Kate

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Post by itsmeisitu2 » 10 Feb 2007, 19:46

yep she may have and backcrosses are adorable.

I also know of a stunning litter of f3s available , due next week that will be stunning , both parents are adorable . Pm me if your interested
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Re: wanting a puppy to join our happy home

Post by Sharon » 11 Feb 2007, 11:38

foxie68 wrote:Hi folks

From reading about these adorable dogs it would seem they would be a wonderful choice of pet for our family (children aged 3 and 7 years).

My partner does suffer with allergies with some pets so I think an F1-B mix would be the most suitable.

Can anyone recommend a reputable breeder somewhere in the North West.

Thanks
Hi, I may be having an F1B litter later this year - I live in Southport. My pups are raised in my home with my five children so definitely leave here very child friendly ! Pm me if you think you may be interested for further info.

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Post by Sharon » 11 Feb 2007, 11:40

And yes, that litter F3's will be stunning and definitely worth considering ! 8) And available a lot sooner than mine will be.

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Hi Sharon

Post by foxie68 » 11 Feb 2007, 13:56

We live in Crosby so not that far from you. To be honest later in the year would suit me as I'd like to meet a Labradoodle or two first before choosing a puppy of our own.

The kids of course would like us to get a puppy today, however, it's a life lesson isn't it - that good things are worth waiting for.

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Post by Sharon » 11 Feb 2007, 14:43

You are not far away at all then - I have pm' you back. :D

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Re: Hi Sharon

Post by Katy789 » 15 Feb 2007, 20:14

foxie68 wrote:We live in Crosby so not that far from you. To be honest later in the year would suit me as I'd like to meet a Labradoodle or two first before choosing a puppy of our own.

The kids of course would like us to get a puppy today, however, it's a life lesson isn't it - that good things are worth waiting for.
We have one of Sharon's doodles a wonderful big boy called Alfie Doodle,he's nearly 14 months old and a joy to have off to dog classes in half an hour to be made a fool of yet again,but what fun wouldn't be without him

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Sharon's puppy

Post by foxie68 » 15 Feb 2007, 20:29

Thanks for that Katy.

Sharon kindly sent us a photo of one of her labradoodle's and she was lovely. The whole family can't wait to have a puppy join our family.

Just wondering how big your boy is now? Our house is a bit on the small side so I'm just wondering if a labradoodle is more of a big sized dog than a medium one.

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Message from Dora

Post by foxie68 » 15 Feb 2007, 23:44

Had a lovely p.m. from Dora who has one of Sharon's puppies.

Her doodle Kona she is just so lovely, we want one more than ever.

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Post by Sharon » 16 Feb 2007, 12:00

Alfie is BIG 8)

Standard sized Labradoodles are generally the size of a labrador at least, many are bigger ... and they are boisterous ...

if a smaller doodle would be more suitable, get in touch with Lisa (pennyali) as she will be having a mini doodle litter this year. :D

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Re: Hi Sharon

Post by Sharon » 16 Feb 2007, 12:01

Katy789 wrote:off to dog classes in half an hour to be made a fool of yet again
:oops: :lol:

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Post by Katy789 » 16 Feb 2007, 19:00

Alfie measures from his neck to the start of his tail 31", and 28" to the middle of his back - Kona && Alfie are brother and sister. We will send a picture of Alfie shortly.

Katy

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Alfie

Post by foxie68 » 16 Feb 2007, 19:39

Really looking forward to seeing pictures of Alfie, can't wait

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hello

Post by foxie68 » 11 Mar 2007, 23:41

Not been on in a while as we're hoping to get one of Sharon's puppies later in the year.

Still not actually got to meet a labradoodle yet so we'll have to make sure we do that soon.

Hope you are all ok and enjoying walking your labradoodles, we've had some lovely weather lately, great for going on long walks.

bye for now

Foxie

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