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KIMBERLENES

Post by Emma » 03 Sep 2007, 20:58

I have read quite a few threads about Kimberlenes doodles. As many of you know, Amos is a kimberlenes pup too.
I've already tried to find any of his siblings, without any success.
I'd like to continue this thread with dates of other Kimberlenes doodles together with parentage to see who might be related to who.
Amos's parents are HONEY and SWEEP (known as Pooch).
His grandparents are BEN and BLONDE BEAUTY
Amos was born 8/11/2005
Amos and Emma
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Post by Nic and Marley » 03 Sep 2007, 22:01

Marley is a kimberlenes doodle, not related to Amos i'm afraid.

Parents are Nutmeg and Digby

Grandparents are Cosmo,Joy, Pooch and Rusty

He will be 1 tomorrow, hopefully i'll work out how to put some photos on !!!!

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Post by labradoodleFan » 06 Sep 2007, 18:08

This doesn't help you find out about the answer to your question, but the father of a litter I have at the moment is called Freddie and his owner's called Emma! I'm called Emma too, that makes three of us, Emmas with Doodles! Strange!

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Post by Emma » 06 Sep 2007, 19:20

Its a good combination :D
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Post by Connie » 07 Sep 2007, 15:27

We have a nine week old Kimberlenes doodle who is called Fudge - photos will be posted soon.

His mum is Bonnie (a full sister to Fleur) and his dad is Templars Murphy. Sweep is the maternal grandfather.

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Post by Blacklabradoodle » 25 Sep 2007, 19:57

I have a Kimberlene dog called Dillon who I was recently given, and therefore made a generous donation to the RSPCA who told me about him.
Although when Dillon's previous owner told me how much she had paid for him I felt like I should be donating them a new van - :oops: but I don't have a job in television -lol

He was born on 02-03-05 parents are Willomine Sweep and Kimberlene Amber Dawn, Grandparents are Vanitonia high profile x Willomine the prima donna and Kimberlenes Ben x Kimberlenes blonde beauty,

He's an absolutely gorgeous loving dog but must admit he moults for England (perhaps the reason that he wasnt wanted) compared to our first dog clifford aged 5 who was a bargain basement 2nd gen dog at £300 from down the road, I would exhibit Clifford any day as a near perfect example of the Labradoodle breed in my opinion - just prooves it's not always how much you pay for a dog, the moulting wouldn't suit everyone and it was a real shock to us when we got him home.

Both dogs have had small operations so are not available as breeding stock.

DILLON: Licking his lips in anticipation of some chop juice!

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CLIFFORD: Loking rather scruffy in the Summer at work under my van guarding his territory.

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CLIFFORD & DILLON - Best Mate's - could never be seperated now.

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Re: KIMBERLENES

Post by Judy Shelton » 25 Sep 2007, 22:35

Just goes to show! Two greay dogs you have there.

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Post by Blacklabradoodle » 25 Sep 2007, 23:34

Judy Shelton wrote:Just goes to show! Two greay dogs you have there.

Judy
Thanks Judy,
We had an Airdale and a shaggy (labradoodle like) Portugese water dog as pets before these two, the Airedale died of old age and Portugese's back legs collapsed at 8 yrs when in the kitchen waiting for scraps, our vet wanted to put him down but said it may be worth us trying a specialist vet's in Solihull, we took the poor little thing in the back of the car, a hard journey to forget and paid a grand up front for the operation but had a phone call saying his spine was too far gone- still cost us the grand but at least we did all we could, that made us feel better - we said no more pedigree's a cross breed or rescue dog next.
A year went by then whilst doing an house clearance in nearby Moira a gorgeous Black dog shoved it's nose through the fence, We had not seen a Labradoodle before - got chatting with the owners and the bitch was expecting pup's so we had the choice of 8 at a very fair £300 each, the owner asked our 5 year old son if we wanted a dog to play football with him, he said yes and the damn dog ruins every football game we ever play and would run on a football pitch at the drop of a hat, Clifford's coat is like velvet and he was named by our 5 year old and is big but not red -lol

Honestly I don't think we would ever have any other breed of dog now, apart fron Dillon's really excessive moulting (Mr Dyson you are a genious) they are absolutely perfect -great with children, superb characters and full of fun and mischief, we are self employed and they go to our workshop with enclosed yard every day, Gypsys are scared of them when calling for metal etc and won't come through the gate when they growl and bark but when the 2 dogs have a fight it's just a joke,they dont have a scrap of anger in them, give them a pair of pink childrens tights (I have bag fulls for polishing cloths) and they play tug-of-war for hours and they stretch them to about 8ft, We have not been abroad for 5 years - holidays wouldn't be the same without them.

This year they have been to Wales, Lake district and out on a boat in Coniston and soon Norfolk.

Pretty good advert for the breed -and I'm not trying to sell any!

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Post by susiegill » 26 Sep 2007, 08:23

:lol: What lovely dogs, both of them!

I think it's great when you have two together, they seem to thrive with a companion. (Well that's what I kept telling my OH when trying to persuade him to have another Dood)

Seems to have worked though next year Rosie should have her friend :)
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Post by Anna Costaire » 26 Sep 2007, 08:40

Hi Emma, glad to see you started a Kimberlenes thread again. I was going to bump the 'old' one up to see if there were any more of us around.
I still havent been through my paperwork to find M's parents proper names (to be honest I forgot - its an age thing!) But just for the 'record' M's parents were Steve's big white poodle and his small darkish chestnut labrador. M was born on 14 Feb. 2004, so she's one of Steve's F1 lot.

Hope we find lots of relations this time round.

Anna and M
Thank you for ten and a half years of love, loyalty and happiness. 14/2/04-5/8/14.
R.I.P my sweet girl - always in my heart. xx

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Post by Blacklabradoodle » 26 Sep 2007, 08:48

Dillon's Pedigree -any brothers or sisters about ? if so can we see them please!

What do the dogs names written in red and black define - sorry if it's a silly question -we only have the dogs for pet's.

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Post by Bid » 26 Sep 2007, 12:18

susiegill wrote::lol: What lovely dogs, both of them!

I think it's great when you have two together, they seem to thrive with a companion. (Well that's what I kept telling my OH when trying to persuade him to have another Dood)

Seems to have worked though next year Rosie should have her friend :)
Fantastic - another OH has been "persuaded" :lol: Perhaps we need another post on persuasion techniques :lol: :lol:
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Post by Lynda_UK » 26 Sep 2007, 12:36

Beautiful dogs :D

On the pedigree the dogs in red have achieved the titles before their names as follows-

Ch - Champion in breed competitions
FT Ch - Champion in Field Trials
Ag Ch - Champion in Agility competition
Sh Ch - Champion in both breed competitions and a working competition

So a pretty impressive pedigree! On the Poodle side Montravia have produce some lovely dogs that have done well in obedience as well and on the Lab side Sandylands are a very well known kennel for their working dogs.

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Post by Carole g » 26 Sep 2007, 12:52

Its not Ag Ch, its Am Ch, American Champion behind the dog called "Sweep"
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Post by Blacklabradoodle » 26 Sep 2007, 14:45

Gosh -better not explain any of the above to Dillon or he will be expecting his own butler,

Then again - Clifford would no doubt convince him that it is another dogs certificate that has been put in his folder by mistake :mrgreen:
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