Update on March 31, 2011 litter (Dayle)

All of Dayle’s 2011 have now been sold!!

Joe and Sam are the last two pups remaining in Dayle‘s 2011 litter. They are F1 LabraDoodles, and are Dayle’s last puppies ever as she is now retired and lives the life of luxury with her own love seat to sleep on and a family to dote on her! The pups were born on March 31, 2011 and both have all of their puppy shots and have been dewormed and vet checked! They are two year health guaranteed, and I am reducing their price to $600 each in order to get them to their forever families to start bonding with “THEIR” people! Here are some pictures and a little more information about Joe and Sam:

Joe has now been sold!! Joe would like to think he is a lover, he has such facial expression it is almost like he is anticipating your next move. He is doing well with leash work although is a little rambunctious at the start of each lesson. Joe would make a great kids dog. I am reducing the price on him to $600 to get him to his forever family, he deserves to bond with “HIS” people. He would be happy to be an inside or outside dog and is a minimal shedder, which means he loses the odd hair but will not shed like a Lab. You can not go wrong with choosing this pup as a forever member of your family….I have visions of “Joe” and his kids romping through the grass on an acreage or in a park and I hope for him that will come true! Joe has now been sold!!

Sam has now been sold!! Meet Sam. Sam would be a very good dog to take to obedience, he heels so perfectly he doesn’t leave my side no matter which way I turn or how quickly. This guy really pays attention to what is going on around him. If anything is out of place he lets me know with a sharp bark. I have dropped the price to $600 on Sam and his brother, Joe, to get them into their own forever family. You would never be sorry if you added this fellow as your newest addition, sometimes doing the right thing for the pup is better than the extra money. Sam is a ‘minimal’ shedder although he is an F1B Labra Doodle. He will not shed out like a Lab but he will shed a bit. His haircoat is getting quite curly so that may stop once he matures as it seems to be the coat of guard hairs he is loosing. Sam could be a bird dog, guard dog, family pet, he will be a very versatile fellow with an exceptional eagerness to learn and please. For more information on “Sam” or his brother “Joe” please e-mail or call.  Sam has now been sold!!


The pictures above were taken on July 9. All three of these guys are doing well on the leash and come when they are called, crate training will start next week. For more information or pictures call 306-792-2113 or 306-521-1371.

First up is ‘Wally’, he is Dayle and Einstein‘s soft coated male pup. He is well started with the leash and is learning to sit and do a short stay. Wally is a clown, he throws his stuffy into the air and catches it and then squeaks the heck out of it’s squeaker. This pup would make a great kids friend, he is ready to go camping or just hang out at home with the family. He comes to a sharp whistle and is eager to please. He has had three sets of boosters and is soon ready for his rabies vaccination. He has been dewormed three times now.

Next is an apricot pup with a straighter coat whom I’ve named ‘Sam’. Sam is full of P and V, he takes note of everything that is going on around him and if there is a toy around he has it in his mouth and runs around teasing the other pups with it. His favorite thing is his Kong, he takes it to bed and sleeps with it to make sure nobody else gets it when his eyes are closed.

Finally, there is a blonde pup with a straighter coat whom I’ve named ‘Joe’. Joe (in contrast to his brother Sam) is a very laid back character and not as noisy as his brothers. He is a people dog, he will leave the other pups to come and lay his head in my lap and get ear rubs.

Keep scrolling down for more pics and info from this litter.


These characters are Dayle‘s last three male pups, the three hombre’s.  What calm and beautiful pups these are! All three lean toward the Lab temperament and are going to be slightly smaller than a Lab but with good stout barrel of chest when they are mature. They will be very minimal to non shedders, have all their boosters up to date, they are Parvo proofed and ready to go camping, to the dog park or just hang out with their family. They are starting to pick up on commands and just want to have fun and be pups!

Keep scrolling down for more pics and info from this litter.


These are the only F1B LabraDoodle pups that will be available this year.  These three pups, all males, have more of the Lab look than the Poodle look.  I call them the three Musketeers. When I sit in this pen to play it is loving time, I keep telling them they are way too big to be lap dogs but they haven’t figured it out. You can tell by the pictures that they are very well behaved- they lay on their back in my lap for nails to be clipped now (with a little belly rub thrown in). This is Saskatchewan so every day is “hunt for ticks” day which means they are totally gone over each day and they are soaking that attention up. These boys are ready to bond with their forever family, it would do my heart good to place them where they would have their own kid(s) as these guys are sweethearts and they would be so very loyal and loving to their own family. These are the last F1B Labra Doodles that will be available from Fur Fettish Farm for 2011!


Dayle has only five boys left to dazzle the new owners with how kind and loyal they are (pictures were taken on June 2nd).  The bigger curlier male (blue bunny stuffy) will be a great little watch dog; nothing gets by this guy.  The donkeys came up to the back door to visit and this little character did everything in his little puppy dog power to scare them away.  The other boys were more interested in what they were and how they smelled.   These boys will all be a little bigger and stockier.  They are showing Lab laid back temperament, and get really excited when they find out I am in their pen with a Kong and have already picked up on retrieving it to me.  I have two Kongs and it is a race to see who can get it back to me the fastest.   These boys would keep kids entertained for hours with their antics and willingness to play and retrieve.  They were born March 31st so are 9 weeks old now…all their sisters are spoken for and some delivered.  All their cousins from Danni are also sold and showing the new families what smart little pups they are.

Check out some more pictures and information about this litter farther down the page.


Dayle and Einstein‘s available pups, born March 31st, ready the end of May (pictures from May 21st).  What a bunch of characters these guys are, they just love picture day so they can strut their stuff.   This week is vet check and booster week, deworming has been done and they get their nails done every picture day so they are really great at having their feet handled, not to mention hamming it up for the camera.   They are turning out like their mum, quiet and loving…these will make someone a great family member.

Below, you’ll find some older pictures and info about this litter.


These are pictures taken May 15, 2011, they are Dayle and Einstein‘s March 31st. 2011 litter.  These are two females, one smaller and a bit lighter apricot (pictured with the pink bunny stuffy – This puppy has been SOLD!), and one a bit larger and darker (pink pig stuffy – This puppy has been SOLD!).  These are well handled little girls, they are starting to eat from a dish and waddle around the pen behind me when they hear me in their pen.


These pictures (the males from Dayle’s litter) were also taken on May 15.  They, like their sisters shown at the top of the page, are F1B LabraDoodles.  Here is a little more info on each:

This puppy has been SOLD! Dayle’s darker apricot male (blue bunny stuffy) will be quite curly. This puppy has been SOLD!

This puppy has been SOLD!Dayle’s bigger apricot male (green frog stuffy) will be a fair sized dog when he matures and have a wavy coat.  This is a wise little character, is eating well from a dish and then basking under the heat lamp as we still seem to have winter here in Saskatchewan.This puppy has been SOLD!

This puppy has been SOLD!Dayle’s apricot male (light green rope dog stuffy) has a wavy, softer coat.This puppy has been SOLD!

Dayle’s blonde male (yellow duck stuffy) will have a straighter, Lab like coat but still be a non shedder.  He will be stocky and is a very gentle character.

Dayle’s lighter apricot male (orange monkey stuffy) will have slightly wavy haircoat.  He is a little clown at this stage and likes to scamper just out of reach and then scurry back again to tease me.

This puppy has been SOLD! The last pup is another apricot male (blue duck stuffy).  This puppy has been SOLD!


More pictures of Dayle’s puppies (taken May 8, 2011).  Females:



Check out these older pictures of Dayle’s puppies (taken May 8, 2011).  First the ladies:

Then the gents: