TWO of seven early reservations available
Standard/Medium Multigen Puppies due August 8th!
Standard F3 Puppies Planned!
*DOGS HAVE A HEAT CYCLE ONCE EVERY 6-8 MONTHS ON AVERAGE. BASED ON PAST HEATS WE CAN MAKE AN APPROXIMATION OF THE DATE WE EXPECT OUR GIRLS TO HONEYMOON. BUT UNTIL THEY ACTUALLY COME INTO HEAT THESE DATES ARE NEVER EXACT. WE ARE NOT ABLE TO MANIPULATE THE HEAT CYCLE OF DOGS AS WE CAN IN OTHER SPECIES AND THEREFORE ARE AT THE MERCY OF MOTHER NATURE. AFTER THEY COME INTO HEAT WE DRAW BLOOD FOR PROGESTERONE TESTING TO GET AN EXACT DATE OF OVULATION, GIVING US A VERY ACCURATE DUE DATE. GESTATION LENGTH IN DOGS IS 63 DAYS AND PUPPIES ARE ABLE TO GO HOME 8 WEEKS AFTER THEY ARE BORN. KEEP THIS INFORMATION IN MIND WHEN YOU ARE PLACING A RESERVATION FOR A PARTICULAR LITTER. ALSO KEEP IN MIND THAT THE COLORS, GENDERS AND QUANTITY IN A LITTER ARE ALSO OUT OF OUR CONTROL. WE ALSO RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OUR BREEDING PLANS AT ANY TIME. WE APPRECIATE YOUR FLEXIBILITY AND YOUR WILLINGNESS TO WAIT FOR A PUPPY FROM OUR EXCEPTIONAL PROGRAM.
Planned Future Litters
Scheduled To Honeymoon Oct/Nov 2020*
Standard F3 Puppies due June 25th!
Raising Exceptional Standard Labradoodle Puppies In Central Nebraska
**It is important to understand that no one can be 100 % certain what a Labradoodle’s permanent adult coat will look like until they are at least 18-24 months of age. Their coats can and will change color and type between birth and adulthood. They change a lot in the puppy’s first few months of life, and will go through 2-3 more distinct phases before reaching its permanent coat type. During these changes, you may experience some increased shedding. Through our experience we compare their puppy coat to our previous puppies as well as the coat traits of the parents we can genetically test for and make an approximation of their adult coat type, including the amount of shedding the puppy may have as an adult. Because many factors that influence shedding are un-testable at this time, they are out of our control. Therefore we make no guarantee that our approximations will be correct in regards to shedding.