If you are looking to add a Labradoodle or any dog to your family obviously you would want to do your research. Perhaps you may want to make a list of important questions you would like to ask the doodle breeder. First of all, if you cannot get a hold of the breeder that is where your search should end. Second, if you get a hold of the breeder but they won’t let you visit unless you purchase a puppy then that should also be the end. If you get a hold of them and you visit then take a look around.
What to look for
Is it clean?
Do the puppies get plenty of exercise?
Do the puppies have interaction with the family?
Are the parents available to meet?
What is the temperament of the parents?
What kind of food does the breeder feed their puppies?
Do the parents look healthy?
Don’t be fooled
Documentation stating the puppies and the parents are healthy can be doctored especially with a friend that is a vet. Use your observation. Health guarantees also aren’t always reliable. If you have a problem you may never speak to the breeder again once you pay them. Even if you do, most live half way across the country and will expect you to bring the puppy to them or to their vet friend to be inspected. So health guarantees don’t always mean a lot.
What you will notice:
Tanya is always available to answer your questions
The 10 acre ranch give the puppies plenty of room to roam
All the parents are on site all the time
No cages or kennels
All dogs are in perfect health
Family interaction is a must
The knowledge of dogs and training ability can not be beat
Hand delivered puppies from birth
Essential oils used in cleaning