This is Sadie, one of Tigger and Cesar‘s females from the October 1, 2014, litter. This breeding will be repeated this fall if all goes well. Sadie still has two brothers here in training, to be sold as well started pups. They are named Rusty and Lefty. These two have really produced some awesome pups, Reese went to his forever home on Friday in Regina as a well started pup, he took to his new owner the moment the leash was in his hands, this always makes me feel more confident that I have the right dog in the right home. The pups that I have started are harder to part with for me and I love to hear how my pups are making out with their forever family so I sincerely thank the puppy owners that send me an occasional update like Kerry has done, it is very much appreciated. She wrote:

I am sending a picture of Sadie(Roxie) just shy of 6 months. She is doing great and we could not be happier with her. The kids are really enjoying her. We can hardly wait to get her out to the cottage. She is going to love the water.

Rusty & Lefty – F1 Labra Doodles (from Tigger) – Born October 1, 2013

Rusty and Lefty have both been sold!

Rusty and Lefty, born October 1, 2013, are now going into full training mode. They are doing very well on leash and are now starting crate training and house training to a dog door off my office. These boys are F1 Labra Doodles. The mother is Tigger, a chocolate English Labrador Retriever and the father is Cesar, my Silver Factor Chocolate Standard Poodle. Estimated mature weight should be around the 70 lb. mark and they will be 22 to 24 inches at the wither.

I kept the males back for training and there are now only two left. The bitterly cold winter threw us a little behind but the honking of the geese has begun and we are back on track. We are working on serpentine with pylons, ramps and stairs, sit is mastered and down and stay are started, recall is amazing on these boys and they have been excellent students so far. They have been separated so they do not bond with each other and are ready to bond with their forever family.

Dew claws are removed, they are intact, have three sets of boosters, are dewormed and very well mannered. No jumping on people or licking has been allowed. These are very intelligent, eager to learn, loyal dogs that are minimal shedding, they have not yet blown their puppy coat but with a weekly brushing that will be over shortly. These boys would love to go to a family that goes to the lake, or a hunter who wants a buddy to retrieve his ducks next fall. These boys are old enough to be crated when you go to work, I am finding there are a lot of people who do not have time to start a young pup with their work schedule but still would like a pup.

The price of the pup, $1,100, includes delivery to your area. If you are further away we can make arrangements to meet part way. Please use my contact page if you would like to know more about Rusty or Lefty (who used to be named Hershey but is so good with using his left paw to get a ball or toy out of a tight spot that he has earned the name of Lefty).

Standard Poodle Litters (Nancy and Nora) – Born Feb. 24 and Feb. 25, 2014

All Nancy and Nora’s puppies have now been SOLD!

I have six Standard Poodle puppies left available from two litters born Feb. 24th and Feb. 25th. They will be ready to start leaving on April 26th. There are three males (two black and one apricot), and three females (one dark apricot and two blonde) to choose from. The mothers are second generation here at Fur Fettish Farm. I am not a Poodle breeder as such but a Doodle breeder, and am now so smitten with the Standard Poodles that I have produced these two litters.

Due to health issues the mothers will also be for sale as soon as they wean their pups. They are now proven breeders and the pups are absolutely beautiful and both have done an outstanding job of mothering. The fathers are registered, the mothers are not, but are 100% Standard Poodle so the pups are being sold as pet stock which is why the price is reasonable and includes delivery so I can place my puppy safely into the arms of the forever family. I do not ship my pups!

The price of the pups is going to be a reasonable $600 with tails docked, dew claws removed and two sets of boosters. They will be dewormed before leaving my home for yours and very well handled, especially feet, which seems to sometimes be an issue with grooming, so I nip the tiny ends off the nails weekly and do paw massages.

The mothers are full sisters, Nancy and Nora, both were born light apricot but look white when they have a full coat on. They, and their mother, Casey, are on the smaller end of the spectrum for size weighing in at 45 lbs. Einstein, the father of the apricots, who is apricot himself, weighs 45 to 50 lbs. and Cesar, Chocolate with Silver factor, the father to the two black boys (that I think will have chocolate highlights as they mature) is 60 lbs. so his pups may get a little larger but still not anywhere near the top end of size for a Standard.

These are, of course, a super intelligent, loyal, non shedding dog with a long lifespan. They have a two year health guarantee for anything hereditary. For further information please use my contact page or text 306 521-1371


This is Charlie, one of Winnie and Cesar’s males from March 3, 2013. Charlie lives near Prince Albert, Sask. Winnie is just now being bred to Cesar again for her second litter. I still have three of Tigger’s males available that are in training. Tigger and Winnie are full sisters, same litter, so Tigger’s pups will be very much like Charlie. I am getting a lot of reports on how loyal and eager to learn these guys are so am very happy with this cross. Charlie’s new family let us know:

He just turned 1 and he’s a very good dog and a great fit for me! We’ve taken beginner obedience, a nose-work class and we’re doing clicker training right now (which I love!). Charlie loves to work and he catches on quickly. These days we take lots of off-leash walks in the bush because walking in town is so icy and dangerous. We often go walking with a friend of mine and her yellow lab, Brady. Brady and Charlie are wrestling buddies! Charlie has been to doggie day care a few times on the days when I have to work out of town and can’t make it home for lunch. He still walks well on a leash, gets along well with other dogs and kids and he loves it when I have people over. He and my roommate are good friends too. I can’t wait to spend summer with Charlie. He loves the lake! Here are a few pictures of him! Charlie and I are very happy together!

Sookie and Susie

This update has really made my day. Sookie is everything I hoped she would be. Sookie will be getting little brothers and sisters in about two months as Debbie is being bred to Cesar now, this will make pups born the end of June, ready to go in August. I really love this Debbie dog, she is destined to go to the Yukon to a horse ranch when she retires, it will be hard to let her go but she would have the best life ever there with horses and other dogs. Thanks Alison, I appreciate this update very much. She wrote:

Well the “girls” are really really great. Sookie is still the reserved lady and Susie is just a wiggly eager and attentive teenager! Susie plays fetch and Sookie plays chase. So, as you can imagine mayhem ensues when Sookie takes the ball Susie is to retrieve and takes off with it with Susie in hot pursuit! The girls are inseparable and will cry for one another if you separate them. They will often share the same crate! We invested in an additional crate that’s larger to accommodate their rooming in together.

We have taken up the challenge of grooming the dogs ourselves. We just invested in a good set of clippers and various guard lenghths etc. Both dogs absolutely love being groomed. They just love having your hands on them! From brushing to trimming- they love it! It’s a good way to bond with your dogs. I still have trouble trimming Susie’s nails – mostly cause she can’t be still. I’m hoping she will settle down so I’m not so exhausted after…

Sookie loves to cuddle – just full on body hugging she will lean her whole body in- most affectionate. You try and pet Susie and she’s on her back for belly rubs! As different as they are they are quite complimentary to each other and to our household! Thank you for allowing us to welcome your dogs into our home!


Sookie is the apricot and she is from Debbie and Einstein‘s August 25, 2012, litter and Susie is one of Dory and Cesar‘s pups from their July 9, 2013, litter. I have numerous buyers that have bought a second Doodle, some families I have put three into the same family and one Regina family now has five of my Doodles spread amongst their family. This makes me wish I were younger! Their family wrote:

Hi Margaret Ann and company!

I am just sending you a couple shots of the girls- Sookie and Susie. I have so much to tell you but so limited space!

The gals are such unique individuals – each with such endearing qualities. Sookie is our graceful lady and Susie, who is still coming into her own, I think will be a show stealer.

The two are the most attentive dogs we’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing…..

We just took clippers to Susie for the first time. She did real well. I asked the vet when they were prepping for her spaying to tend to any matts on her legs and belly that we could not keep up with and naturally we had some “fixing” to do to even her out afterwards. Nail trimming is still a challenge. It takes me a long time to tend to those black nails safely and Susie just doesn’t have enough patience to put up with me.

We took the gals ice fishing with us and they were so good in the shack – better than the kids! They were so curious with the fish – and they stuck to the bed we made for them – real troopers!

Thank you for the opportunity to introduce these characters to our family. I hope to update you again real soon – it’s been too long since the last time…..


This is another big pup from Robyn and Cesar, she gave herself last year off so she will be bred the same way this year, at least now I can give a more accurate estimate on mature weight. I never in my wildest dreams thought they would get this size, that being said they have awesome confirmation and personalities. I thank everyone for sending, there are still a few I have not heard from (and that always gets me worried). Si’s family wrote:

I thought I would also give you an update on Si, he just turned 2! He’s a big boy too, weighing in at 106lbs. He does shed quite a bit, but nothing we can’t handle! He loves to run, and play fetch with his ball! Keep up the good work.


This is Si, one of Robyn and Cesar‘s males from their Feb. 21, 2013, litter. He lives in Calgary.

Reese – F1 Labra Doodle (from Amber) – Born August 31, 2013

Reese has been sold!

Reese was born August 31st, and is the son of Amber (Chocolate English Lab) and Cesar (Chocolate Silver Factor Standard Poodle). He is now leash trained, house trained to a dog door and sleeps in a crate at night. He is a very willing student that pays attention and quickly picks up on what is expected of him. He has extremely good manners, no licking nor jumping up has ever been allowed. He is not a barker but will give a few deep woofs when someone comes into the yard. He is done changing teeth and will weigh about 60 to 70 lbs. when mature. With a good spring of rib, nice flat head and very proud tail carriage, this guy is an eye catcher and anyone would be proud to be on the end of his leash. He is now at $1,100 and as he gets more training the price will go up accordingly. At the stage he is now he will make someone that doesn’t have time to properly start a pup, a great dog. He is old enough to crate while you are at work and will be happy to see you come home and spend some quality time with him. One great feature of having a well started pup is that he will get you out for that walk you keep putting off.

The price includes delivery and a demonstration on what he knows and lots of instructions on how to continue with making him into a very obedient and loyal dog. He has lots of bird dog in his background so could also be a dual purpose dog, a hunting companion plus a valued family member. The price of Reese includes delivery to most places on the central prairies. He is up to date on boosters and deworming, his next set of boosters could be done when he goes for neutering. For more information on Reese or pictures of his parents and grandparents please browse the site, text 306 521-1371 or use my contact page.