Roxy and Sallie have been sold!
Roxy and Sallie were born Oct. 1st, 2013. Their parents are Tigger, my smaller Chocolate English Lab, and Cesar, my Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle, making these girls F1 Labra Doodles. Roxy (Clarice Reindeer toy) is the smoother coated of the two, and also the smaller, although she will get shaggy as she gets older, she will never be as shaggy as Sallie (pink Wubba toy).
They have just been started on leash. This bitterly cold weather has slowed our progress down but we are trying to work once every two days. They were in the house for pictures and were understandably a little wary but I let them stay in after pictures and they checked the place out and decided it wasn’t scary and having a nap in the sun would be in order so both comfortably laid in a sunbeam and had a long nap. I know some people think that pups should be in the house in winter but I do not agree. I have my pups where they can sleep together in warm dog houses that are not drafty and are full of nice dry straw. This gives them the option to go to a buyer that wants an outside dog, or a buyer that wants an inside dog…you can take an outside dog in but you can not take an inside dog and put it out!
These girls are classified as minimal to non shedders, they have a gentle, quiet temperaments and are both very quick learners that are eager to please. The price of a pup now is $900, that includes delivery. Once they have more work into them the price will go up. They have not been allowed to jump up on people, lick or tug on clothes so they are leaving me with lots of manners and good ground work. Their feet are handled lots, they have always been laid on their back in my lap so they learn submission. To get more information on one of these crackerjack good pups please text 306 521-1371, call 306 792-2113 or use my contact page.
Roxy and Sallie have now started obedience training and both are loving the extra attention. These girls were born Oct. 1st so are three months old and now have the attention span to retain their training and start learning new skills. Roxy, with the Clarice Reindeer toy, is the straighter coated one of these females and Sallie, with the Pink Wubba Toy, is shaggy coated. Both are the smallest pups in the litter but will not be small dogs, my guess is they will be about 50 to 55 lbs. of extremely lovable, intelligent and loyal canine. They both have soft personalities, they are tail waggers that wag all the way to their neck once they start. When they were in the barn, (which is where my pups stay unless they are adopted) in a safe quarantine area, they learn to come to a whistle, get nails nipped weekly and paw massages and belly rubs. They learn to keep their feet off me (4 on the floor), that no licking is allowed and tugging on clothing is not in a pups best interest, they also learn to pee and poop in one designated area and that napping in a crate with the door off is fun. They are provided with toys that hang from the rafters and toys that roll around their pen, by this they learn coordination and to share. My pups are never penned alone and are never out of food and water, they are fed dry food free feed in chicken feeders to minimize waste, and watered in chicken waterers for safety (so a pup doesn’t fall into a pail). Yesterday was the big day, three weeks past the third set of boosters and warm enough to go outside and romp in the snow….oh what fun we had! Picture taking was really great as it had finally warmed up and then I pulled up a chair and just ‘puppy watched’ for about half an hour, there is nothing to cheer me up more than watching pups explore new territory and meet other pups. Roxy and Sallie need about another weeks work on leash and then they will be ready to either go to their new family or onto more intense training, at which time the price will go up accordingly. I try to give my pups the best possible start so they can go on to be great dogs.
If you may be interested in one of my Doodles and want a little older pup that will be ready to keep up by summer, then now is the time to let me know. The price of the pups is $900 at this stage, that includes me delivering her safely into your arms if you are on the central prairies, if you are further away we can arrange to meet part way, or you can fly to Regina and I will take your pup to the airport to be escorted home by you. I do not ship my puppies. For further information please text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.
Roxy and Sallie are daughters of Tigger, chocolate English Lab, and Cesar, Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle, making them F1 Labra Doodles (half Lab and half Standard Poodle). They were born October 1, making them 12 weeks old now. I did not aggressively advertise them as I was having some health issues and I don’t really want my pups to be caught up in the hype of Christmas, I want them to be the center of attention with their new family.
Tigger is the smallest of my English Labs and also the one with the most character. I have three full sisters in my breeding program: Tigger, Winnie and Robyn. The smallest of the pups is the straighter coat female that I have now named Roxy, and the mid size female is now named Sallie (you can certainly change their names once they are your puppy). Roxy is the quieter of the two, she likes to be held and follows me everywhere I go in her pen just hoping for one more pet or cuddle. Sallie on the other hand is the rascal of the two, she is the girl that will take the ball or toy and run with it, trying to get Roxy to chase her. Both these girls are very good about having their feet handled, being laid on their back for belly rubs and are excellent about having nails trimmed.
My take on these two are that Roxy would like a home where things are more laid back so she could bond with her family, go for walks and go on to excel in obedience as she really pays attention to what is going on around her, she is a very quiet pup that lets her sister announce when I show up to play with them. Sallie would like a more rambunctious type of family that would have kids that want to throw a ball, take her swimming in the lake, go cross country skiing and maybe become an upland bird hunters dog. She would announce an intruder, so far she is quiet as soon as she is told so she is not a barker, but if you want a dog that will let you know someone is at your door this is the girl for you. Roxy is smoother coated, she will get wavy with a shorter shaggy coat, Sallie will be shaggy coated, both will get blonde streaks throughout their coat as they mature.
These girls are trained to pee and poop in one area of their pen, so house training will be quick and easy. They sleep in a crate with the door off, so crate training will be fast, I have lots of instructions on how to keep them happy in their crate and I am a firm believer that crate training and house breaking go hand in hand, and that pups house train a lot easier in winter. They are old enough to sleep through the night or stay in their crate a full day while you are at work. They do their business faster when their feet get cold and only track in clean snow, not mud as in spring.
If your New Years resolution was to get in shape, here is your motivation….you will have a dog to take for a walk! These girls have had three sets of boosters and have been dewormed twice, so they are safe to go anywhere now. I stick by my pups and my buyers, so if you need advise I am only a call or email away. For more information on Roxy or Sallie please text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.
These girls are $900, that price includes delivery… if you are further away and I don’t have two or more pups going your way, or if you are further away, you can meet me part way. I do not ship my pups but choose to place them safely into the new families’ arms.